WANDERERS have announced their long-awaited season ticket prices, with savings of around 10 per cent on last year’s prices.

The club is offering the chance to watch all home games after and including the October 7 meeting with Blackpool for £216 in the North Stand Upper and Lower, or £12.71 a match.

Under-23s and Over-75s will pay £143 throughout all areas of the University of Bolton Stadium, equating to £8.41 a match.

Under-18s season tickets are priced at £57 in all areas, or £3.35 per match with under-12s at £42, or £2.47 a match.

Family tickets in the North Stand Upper for one adult and one Under-18 cost £250, or £14.71 a match.

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Members of the Lifeline lottery also qualify for a five per cent discount on season tickets.

Prices have been set at £20 for the first few games and will continue that way for the forthcoming meetings with Oxford and Sunderland.

There are also an administration fee of £15 for any supporters who sign-up for Direct Debit or have it auto renewed.

The Doncaster Rovers game which was postponed last month will not be part of the season ticket and prices for the match will be announced once it has been rescheduled.

Newly installed Wanderers boss, Keith Hill, said: “As somebody who was born in Bolton and lives in the town I know how much this football club means to all our supporters.

“It has been a difficult time for the fans but since the new owners have been in place, there is a real sense of positivity around.

“This is an incredible opportunity for you to get on board and be a part of our future, and we will repay that faith you have shown us. There is no doubt about it, Wanderers will rise again! You will lift us!”

Wanderers chair, Sharon Brittan, added: “The passion our supporters have shown since we arrived at the club has been nothing short of phenomenal. They have been through so much recently and it’s about time they were rewarded for their loyalty.

“Therefore, we are delighted to offer season tickets at a very attractive price for our most loyal fans. They are crucial to the renaissance of this football club and we want each and every one of them to play a key role on this journey.”