Saturday March 03, 2018
BIRMINGHAM have reduced admission prices for their season opener – which will also see Under 16s let in for free.

The Edwards Plumbing Brummies get their 2018 campaign underway when they host Midland rivals Coventry at Perry Barr on Wednesday, March 28 (7.30).

Not only have co-promoters David and Peter Mason raised the free admission age bracket for one meeting only, but they have also decided to cut Adult and Senior prices to just £10.

However, supporters should note that season tickets will NOT be valid for this meeting.

David Mason explained: “When we launched our season ticket sales, we only had one scheduled challenge fixture at Perry Barr which was included in the deal.

“But once we decided to accept another request for an additional challenge at home, we were keen to reduce admission for our supporters.

“To save any confusion, the challenge meeting included for season ticket holders will be at home to Kent on Wednesday, April 4 with our opener against Coventry on March 28 running with the reduced admission prices for everyone.

“We’ve got a lot planned for that opening night and we want to make a racenight more than just 15 heats of speedway.

“As supporters will already know we’ve got a lot of second half and Midland Development League action scheduled this season which automatically increases the value for money.

“We’re also looking into various bits of additional entertainment and we just want to get the crowd as involved as we possibly can.

“The supporters have been absolutely superb with us since we took over at the club and we can’t thank them enough.

“That’s another reason we decided to reduce admission prices against Coventry and hopefully plenty will bring along someone under the age of 16 with them, and get them hooked on speedway because the kids are the future of our sport.”

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