ANOTHER sign that the new season is right around the corner is the announcement today that tickets for the next five Home Park matches are now on sale.
Supporters who have not bought a still-available Membership for the 2015-16 Sky Bet League 2 campaign - by far the best value for watching the Pilgrims - will be able to purchase tickets for the opening three home league games: against Portsmouth, on Saturday, August 15; Carlisle United, on Tuesday, August 18; and Newport County, on Saturday, August 29.
New manager Derek Adams' new-look side is in action at Home Park twice before the league season kicks off, with a Capital One Cup tie against League 1 Gillingham on Tuesday, August 11.
Before that, they entertain Championship side Reading's Under-21s in this year's only home pre-season friendly.
Admission prices for league games this season remain the same as in 2014-15, namely:
65+ and Students: £15
Wheelchair and Disabled Stand
65+ and Students: £12
All prices will increase by £2 when bought on the day of a fixture. A family ticket - for one adult and one under 18 - costs £25, rising to £29 on a match-day. Additional under 18s are £5 (£7 match-days).
Exceptions to the above are the games against Portsmouth, on Saturday, August 15; Bristol Rovers, on Saturday, September 19; and Exeter City, on Saturday, November 21. Because of the additional costs the club expects to incur in stewarding and policing in these matches, the Board has decided to increase the standard ticket prices for both games by £1 this season.
Tickets for the friendly with Reading Under-21s are just £6 for adults and £3 for concessions. Ticket prices will rise on the day of the game by £2.
Booking charges apply to all ticket purchases this season, as follows:
Online orders - £1.35 per ticket
Phone orders - 50p per ticket
Optional, Additional Delivery charges
Ticketfast (print at home, online only): 60p
First class post: 75p
For a PDF of all ticket details, click here.