Date: 24th June 2009 at 12:00pm
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Blackpool have today announced that their matchday prices for single tickets have been reduced by 13%.

The move comes after the ill-fated membership scheme saga last summer which was thought to drive almost 20% of the gate away per home game.

The club are sticking with a scheme however; to get reduced tickets you must sign up to BSA, which you can do by clicking here >>>

But despite still having to sign up, tickets are now just £20, reduced from £23, and you get all the benefits which come with joining BSA. To view these benefits, click here >>>

And that makes The Seasiders the second most affordable team to watch in The Championship, with only Scunthorpe United cheaper.

This has been a very good move by ‘Pool in trying to coax back the ‘casual’ fan, and with the impending South Stand on its way, we should see a full Bloomfield Road on numerous occasions next term.