NEC Harlequins have announced today that they have reached the 4000 season ticket mark and will not be selling any more.
Season Ticket sales have been fantastic and this follows on from previous year sales of 1665 in 2000/1; 3258 in 2001/02 and 3746 in 2002/03.
"It is brilliant news that we have made the 4000 mark, but it is also frustrating having to cap it at this number as we cannot sell any more due to our ground capacity," said Tony Copsey, NEC Harlequins Managing Director.
There has been such a demand for tickets that we have launched the unique 'Quins Ticket Pool,' which is a system that has been put in place to give season ticket holders the opportunity to return tickets for matches they cannot attend.
This 'Ticket Pool' is exclusively for season ticket holders. Quite simply, if you cannot attend a match due to other commitments, you can return your ticket to us and get credits towards your 2004/05 Season Ticket.
This news will put a lot of pressure on match day sales, so we urge all those interested in attending games at the Stoop to buy their tickets in advance.
During week commencing 22nd April Harlequins will launch an innovative, new Membership Scheme which will replace the existing Season Ticket Holder Programme. Further details of the scheme will be announced in due course.