The Early Bird period for 2014/15 Season Tickets concluded yesterday and Sheffield Wednesday would like to thank Owls fans who have committed for next season.
The club have seen a significant increase on sales during the same period last season as thousands of Owls fans have shown their colours and signed up for 2014/15.
During the final day of the Early Bird period yesterday, Wednesday youngsters Caolan Lavery and Liam Palmer were on hand to meet and greet supporters at the Owls’ Ticket Office between 5.00pm and 7.00pm.
As Owls fans queued for Season Tickets, the duo took the time to pose for photographs and sign autographs, as well as discussing all things Wednesday!
Palmer said: “It’s always nice to talk to supporters and get their views on the club and football in general.
“You can see Sheffield Wednesday means so much to so many people and seeing fans buy their Season Tickets and commit for next season is such a boost for the players.
“I’d like to thank everyone who took the time to come down and say hello.”
Lavery added: “It’s great to see so many supporters signing up to the club for next season and as a young player, it really is exciting to see.
“It’s been a big year for me this season and the fans have been so supportive towards me and I can’t thank them enough for that.”
With the five-week Early Bird period concluded, Season Ticket sales have now been temporarily withdrawn until the second period of sales, details of which will be announced in due course.
Ticket Office manager Alastair Wilson added: “The Early Bird period has been a big success and we’re delighted to see such an uptake on Season Tickets for 2014/15.
“It’s really pleasing to see over 700 new Season Ticket holders on board for next season and I am sure that figure will increase during the second phase of sales.
“The sales figures have significantly past those at the same period last season which is fantastic to see.
“It was also great to see two of our rising stars, Caolan and Liam, come down to the Ticket Office and get involved with the supporters, sign autographs and help in selling tickets!”