Pay What You Can returns in April - and tickets are already selling fast.
We have already sold around 1,000 tickets for the EFL 2 fixture against Swindon on Easter Monday (April 2) when we stage our second PWYC fixture.
Once again, the minimum price for a ticket will be £1 and each applicant can have up to six tickets.
The club has secured sponsorship for PWYC from D. Durrant Removals & Storage, who are based at Holmbush Farm.
We are planning other matchday entertainment around the fixture to help attract as many first-time fans and families to the Checkatrade Stadium.
Operations Director Kelly Derham said: “We are absolutely delighted to offer our second Pay What You Can game and really encouraged with interest in this game since we went on sale a couple of weeks ago.
“With Swindon well supported away from home and both clubs doing well, we’re hoping for an attendance of around 5,000 which would create a fantastic atmosphere inside the stadium for (Head Coach) Harry Kewell and the team.
“We learned a lot from last season’s Pay What You Can in terms of offering a bit more than just a football match, and we’re going to work hard to provide plenty of pre-match entertainment.
“I would like once again thank Jason and D Durrant Removals & Storage. Without their support we wouldn’t be able to stage Pay What You Can.”
As part of their sponsorship, D Durrant Removals & Storage is offering two free tickets to any home game for any future customers for the remainder of this season and next season for their customers.
Tickets are only available to purchase from the club direct or by calling 01293 410005. They will be on sale up until Thursday, March 29. Swindon have been sent an initial allocation of 1,000 tickets and Swindon fans should contact their Box Office for sales arrangements.
The club have also reduced the price of their hospitality package for the match to £42. This includes a three-course meal and access to the Mayo Wynne Baxter Hospitality Lounge, seats in the directors’ box and other benefits. To book please contact Joe or Michele at the club on 01293 410000 but hurry as places are now very limited and we are likely to be sold out very soon.
Picture: Jason Davis, of Pay What You Can sponsors Durrants Removals & Storage, with Harry Kewell and Kelly Derham at the launch of this year’s initiative. Photo by Derek Martin, Crawley Observer