The club will have more than 23,000 season-ticket holders.
Brighton & Hove Albion have now reached a record number of general admission season-ticket holders; and fully expect to sell out before the end of the December, with more than 500 half-season tickets already snapped up by supporters keen to guarantee their seats for the second half of the season - and to have the first opportunity to secure seats for next season.
Going into 2017, the club will have more than 23,000 season-ticket holders, including 1901 Club members - the largest number of general admission season-ticket holders in the club's 115-year history - and while there are still limited numbers of half-season tickets available to buy, time is now quickly running out for those wishing to purchase.
The club is also warning that they expect to have very limited season-ticket availability in all areas this coming summer, and advise those wishing purchase a season ticket for 2017/18, and not purchasing a half-season ticket, to join the Seagulls Priority scheme as a Bronze or Young Seagulls Plus member for a chance to buy.
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Chief executive Paul Barber said, "Once again this is another demonstration of the outstanding support we receive from our fans. Our core fan base is strong and still growing - a key long-term aim of the club. We are only in our sixth season at the Amex, and to see such growth in such a relatively short period is testament to the football that has been offer and the quality of our stadium.
"The numbers are quite staggering and we are genuinely very grateful for that support. We have capped the season-ticket sales just above 23,000 in order to ensure we can accommodate up to 3,000 visiting supporters, and still have a good number of matchday tickets available at most home matches for those Albion fans unable to commit to a season ticket.
"We have seen great demand even for those matchday tickets in recent weeks. Norwich, Villa and Fulham were sell outs, over 28,000 were here for our home game against Leeds United, which was on a Friday night, live on TV and in the midst of a rail strike, and we expect QPR to sell out as well."
If you wish to purchase a half-season ticket, please call supporter services on 0844 327 1901 (calls cost seven pence per minute plus your network rate) as soon as possible, as we have extremely limited availability. Tickets can only be purchased by phone or in person, and are not available online.
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