Date: 6th May 2010 at 5:18pm
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Wednesday have acted fast following relegation to League One by slashing the price of season tickets for the 2010-11 campaign.

Over 9,000 season tickets had already been sold for next season prior to Sunday’s defeat against Crystal Palace which saw the Owls relegated.

And in a bid to up that number over the summer chairman Lee Strafford has announced a price slash of up to £30 for adult seats at Hillsborough next term.

Fans who’ve already bought season tickets will be refunded the difference, either by way of a cash refund if bought after April 10, or by ‘TeamCard’ points if bought before that date.

Strafford said: ‘Obviously everybody associated with the club is disappointed not to be competing in the Championship next season and as a gesture to our loyal supporters we have decided to lower the cost of adult season tickets currently on sale for the 2010/11 season.

‘It is vital that we look to the future with optimism and realism; we now have to do everything we can to give Alan Irvine the tools he needs to build the foundations of future success and that starts immediately.’

For full details of the season ticket price restructing, visit the official SWFC website at http://www.swfc.co.uk.