Brighton & Hove Albion season-ticket holders are reminded that if they have renewed and not moved seats or age brackets, then their season smartcards should be used this season - starting with the Nottingham Forest match.
New season-ticket holders, and those who've moved seat or changed any age bracket from under-10 upwards to over-65, will be sent a new season smartcard ahead of the new season.
Head of supporter services Jenny Gower commented, "Most existing season-ticket holders who have renewed will need to use the same smartcard to enter the Amex, as they used last season.
"The only exception are those who have moved seats or changed age bracket, for example under-10 to under-18 or adult to over-65, who will be sent a replacement card.
"New season-ticket holders will also be sent their new smartcard to gain access to the stadium, which will be pre-loaded with the 23 Championship fixtures for the season.
"To access the stadium, season-ticket holders need to simply place the card as directed and the turnstile will allow entry."
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New cards will be despatched in time for use for the new season, and are expected to arrive in the week before the Nottingham Forest match.
Gower added, "As is fairly typical with most sporting and music tickets, we like to send the cards as close to the event as possible, in this case the season start, this way we tend to avoid anyone mislaying their smartcard before the season even starts."
Season-ticket holders are reminded that ecash has now been phased out, and replaced with contactless technology across all kiosks.
Fans who haven't yet purchased a season-ticket for 2015/16 season are reminded that prices have been frozen, and tickets are available to buy using the club's interest-free, direct-debit payment system.