Prices dropped as Jets rise

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The Newcastle Jets have stepped up their mission to unite the Hunter community and club by today announcing slashed ticket prices for the remainder of the season.

In an unprecedented gesture of goodwill, the Jets will give free entry to the match against Melbourne Heart for the first 10,000 fans to register online as part of the club’s ‘Community Day’.

The generous price cuts have made attending Jets’ matches one of the most affordable across national sporting codes and sends out a warm warning to rival A-League clubs.

In what is the beginning of a raft of community focused initiatives and changes being made by the Jets, new ticketing prices are as follows for the remainder of the season.

• $10 General Admission Tickets for 2010 Games (previously $19.00 on line)
• $100 Family Reserved Season Pass (for 11 games)
• Children 15 and under FREE for season

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The Jets have extended their helping hand further in the community by also announcing a partnership with local charity, Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI).

The partnership will see the Jets donate $2,500 to the Institute for every away goal, and $5,000 for every home goal scored by the team as the club continues to build itself as a community asset.

The Jets will proudly display the Institute’s logo on the front of their playing strip with Jets Executive Chairman, Ken Edwards, delighted at the announcement.

“The Jets want to establish a direct connection and genuine relationships with the entire community and this is another example of this core principle in practice,” said Edwards.

“It is wonderful for us to be able to offer this level of national exposure to such a worthwhile and life-changing organisation as HMRI in our forthcoming matches,” he said.

The news from the Jets must be music to the ears of FFA considering the difficulties the A-League has experienced off the park this year.

The Jets’ management is hungry for success under the Nathan Tinkler led revolution and is quickly showing how effective and successful the club plans to be.

Clive Palmer’s of this world take note, although still early days, the Jets could well provide a blueprint for establishing the community base that is integral to the success of every A-League club.

The ‘Community Day’ match against the Melbourne Heart is at EnergyAustralia Stadium on Sunday 31 October.

All ticketing offers are available online only at the Jets’ website.

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