Discount for City fans - at the Linnets

PUBLISHED: 09:37 26 March 2009 | UPDATED: 16:09 10 September 2010

Norwich City season ticket holders are being offered the chance to get a discounted live football fix this weekend at non league neighbours King's Lynn.

Norwich City season ticket holders are being offered the chance to get a discounted live football fix this weekend at non league neighbours King's Lynn.

A free upgrade to the club's Main Stand is available for Saturday's Blue Square North home game against play-off chasing Stalybridge for City season ticket holders who pay the standard £10 adult admission price at The Walks.

Lynn commercial director Simon Pomfret is keen to foster even closer links between Norfolk's two premier clubs with no Championship fixture for the Canaries due to the international break.

Pomfret also confirmed children aged 15 and under will be admitted to the ground for £1 when accompanied by a full paying adult.

"The youngsters are the future of this club and it is my aim to encourage them along to see live football and also to support their local team," he said. "Over the past seasons Norwich players such as Dion Dublin and Jerry Goss have worn both clubs' shirts and there is an excellent relationship between Keith Webb and Bryan Gunn.

"What we have proposed to do is after payment of the standard ground admission charge of £10, on production of a Norwich City season ticket book, the holder will be given a 'free' upgrade to a seat in the Main Stand - which usually costs another £2. I think those taking up the offer will be surprised at the standard of football at our level."

For further information contact King's Lynn's commercial office on 01553 760060.

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