Big response for Inverness Caley Thistle season tickets as stadium reopens to public
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Inverness Caledonian Thistle have announced it has sold a third of last year's total number of season tickets in the first two days of reopening the Caledonian Stadium to the public.
Season tickets, which were able to purchase online on Friday, were also available to purchase at the ticket office yesterday and today.
Chief executive Scot Gardiner said over a third of all season ticket purchasers have made additional donations and contributions to the club at the same time.
He said: “The response of the fans in only a couple of days has been fantastic.
"To see a queue at the front door for almost all of the day on Monday was extremely gratifying and after all that time away from us, something of a relief, even if it was socially distanced.”
“Manager John Robertson has been in on both days and was speaking to many of the fans and he was as pleased as I was to see everyone returning.”
“What was also encouraging was the number of new season tickets being purchased. The supporters have really grasped the need to get behind us now and I look forward to meeting and greeting many more in the coming days and weeks.
"It really will make a big difference to the club."
The club previously announced season tickets would only be 75 per cent of last season's price due the the 2020/21 campaign only having 27 games during the regular season as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Championship season is schedule to start on October 17.
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