Buy a part-season ticket for thrilling finale
Do you fancy guaranteeing a seat for every home game during AFC Wimbledon’s exciting chase for promotion?
For the first time, we’re introducing a part-season ticket covering what could be a thrilling run-in as Neal Ardley’s men bid to end 2015/16 in glory.
With the Dons currently in fifth place, there’s a chance our season could lead to a tilt at promotion via the play-offs - and there’s a bonus for those who purchase part-season tickets.
Season ticket holders (including those with part-season tickets) will have priority over other applicants to reserve their place for the following season, along with the opportunity to obtain play-off tickets in the event of us finishing in the top-seven.
A part-season ticket covers all SEVEN home Sky Bet League 2 matches from the game against Oxford United until the end of the 2015/16 season.
Owing to large demand we are unable to offer any part-season tickets for the Paul Strank Stand, or access to the President’s Lounge, but there is availability for all other areas of the ground, including the popular John Green Stand and the Chemflow End.
How to apply
to access a form. This section also outlines prices with the cheapest adult part-season ticket at just £70 for the Your Golf Travel terrace.Your AFC WimbledonAn application form can be collected from the complimentary tickets window before the Oxford match. The form is also available for download from the official website. Click on
If you have not been a season ticket holder before and you are applying for an age-related discount, you will need to supply proof of your date of birth before we can give you your part-season ticket. Your age on 1 August 2015 determines which pricing category you fall into. Young adults are those who were over 18 and under 21 on that date.
Season tickets may be purchased by cash, debit card, or cheque.
If email@example.com require any assistance or advice or any aspect of applying for a part season ticket, contact our office team on 020 8547 3528 or e-mail .