With tickets to Hyundai A-League round one on sale now, the Central Coast Mariners have launched an innovative range of ticket prices in a new strategy designed to appeal to the local community.
The Central Coast Mariners have announced that tickets to home matches will start from $15 for adults and $35 for family tickets. The range of new ticketing initiatives include the introduction of:
- A Yellow General Admission Category
- “Super Six” discounted match pricing for rounds 1, 5, 9, 11, 19 and 22
- 10% ticket discounts for ALL Mariners Members
- 10% ticket discounts for away team Members
- Sunday Fundays with fans on the field
The “Yellow” General Admission Category is a new initiative that allows supporters to purchase tickets seated behind the goals at the northern end of the ground for a very affordable price. This new initiative is not only geared towards growing the passionate Yellow Army Active support but will also allow new supporters and families the chance to be a part of the action at Central Coast Stadium for the best possible price.
“Super Six” pricing for rounds 1, 5, 9, 11, 19 and 22 will see some unbelievable savings with tickets starting from as little as $15 for adults and $35 for families. These six matches include the blockbuster season opener against Perth Glory on October 10 as well as the round 5 “Pink Day" that will see elite women’s football return to the coast as the Westfield W-League Champions, Canberra United take on Melbourne City’s W-Leauge outfit as a curtain raiser.
The 10% Mariners Member discount is yet another member benefit that adds to the growing list of Member inclusions. Mariners Members have the ability to purchase additional tickets for their friends and family at the discounted rate that will help our valued members expose new faces to the action at Central Coast Stadium.
"Sunday Fundays" will also give members another reason to bring their friends and families along to Hyundai A-league matches where after EVERY Sunday match at Central Coast Stadium all Mariners supporters will be granted access to the hallowed turf of Central Coast Stadium. After the full time whistle, a second siren will sound that will be the signal to come onto the field for a kick!
Meanwhile, the Mariners continued preparations for their season opener against the Glory with a 7-0 win over Western NSW Mariners in Orange on Thursday night.
New recruit Dan Heffernan netted a hat-trick and Fabio Ferreira scored a double in a dominant display.
The Mariners will face Newcastle Jets in a friendly in Orange on Sunday.