The Raith Rovers office will be closed on Monday 6 May for the Public Holiday and will re-open on Tuesday 7 May at 9am. The normal office opening hours are weekdays 9am – 4pm.

A reminder to fans that season tickets are on sale and , for a limited period only, prices have been SLASHED and are as follows:

ADULTS – £200 (£166.67 + VAT)

SECONDARY SCHOOL PUPILS – £100 (£83.33 + VAT)

PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS – £25 (£20.83 + VAT)

SENIOR CITIZENS – £100 (£83.33 + VAT)

STUDENTS – £150 (£125.00 + VAT)

So based on 18 league matches plus a forecast minimum of two friendly matches, that equates to the club charging just £8.33 per match for adults, £4.17 per match for concessions and a token £1.04 for primary school pupil…remarkable value!!

Qualifying criteria are as follows:-

Secondary School Pupils – Purchaser must show either (1) valid Young Scot Card showing age under 16 years at date of purchase, or (2) other acceptable proof of age / continuing attendance at full time secondary education in academic year 2013 / 2014

Primary School Pupils – Purchaser must show acceptable proof of child’s date of birth in order to confirm attendance at primary school in academic year 2013 / 2014.

Senior Citizens – Existing holders may renew at concessionary prices. Any new applicants for concessionary prices must be aged 65 years.

Disabled – Purchaser must bring proof of status and a passport photo as a pass will be issued this season and not a season ticket book.

Life Members – Existing members must bring a passport photo and photo I.D such as passport or driving license.

Students – Purchaser must bring in a matriculation card or letter stating they will be in full time education during 2013/14.

Time is running out to get the season tickets at this price as fans only have until Friday 10 May. Tickets are available Tuesday 7 May – Friday 10 May between 9am to 4pm from the main office at Stark’s Park. 

Purchase may be made by cash, debit card or credit card. If ordering by telephone (01592 263514) there will be a £2 charge per order to cover postage & packing).

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