Date: 21st October 2009 at 1:47pm
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Wednesday have announced that they’ll put season tickets for the 2010-11 campaign on sale before Christmas for the first time in the club’s history.

The move aims to give boss Brian Laws a headstart in next summer’s transfer market, according to chairman Lee Strafford, as the Owls look to achieve over 17,000 in season ticket sales.

Season ticket prices will be frozen, regardless of what division Wednesday find themselves in next season, for Wednesdayites booking their season tickets early, with a 12-month interest free payment option also available.

With the club striving to get into the heart of the local community, a new Community Season Ticket will give students, armed forces and those on working tax credits the chance to buy a season pass for just £184.

Strafford told the official SWFC website: ‘The transfer window system means that it is vital to plan ahead in terms of recruitment.

‘If we are not ready to do business until July next year then we risk missing out on the key transfers we will want, because other clubs can get their foot in the door earlier.’

Season tickets will go on sale on Monday, November 16, and full details can be found by CLICKING here for the official SWFC website.