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The Bracknell Bees are pleased to announce that their 2017-18 National Ice Hockey League (NIHL) Division 1 South season tickets are now available to purchase.
Application forms are now available below and will also available to collect from reception at The Hive from the evening of Tuesday 18th July.   

You can download the application form and information HERE    Payment plan options also available HERE

You can pay for your season ticket with cash, cheque (made payable to Bee Three Zero Ltd), BACS transfer (details available on request) and new for this season by Debit or Credit Card immediately & directly to the club.   

You can also post your completed applications forms for Cheque or Card payments and payment plans to: Bracknell Bees Season Tickets, 37 Neuman Crescent, Bracknell, RG12 7GL or email them to us at: press@bracknellbeesihc.com

This season, due to time restrictions, unfortunately there will be no early bird prices for any season ticket renewals but season ticket holders from last season will still have their seat from last season reserved until Monday 14th August before they are made available to any season ticket application.   

With the re-structuring of the leagues and the recent announcement of the Cup and Playoff formats we are now in a position to advise our fans of the details that they have been waiting patiently for! 
As a thank you to the Bracknell Bees fans for their continued fantastic support, you will be pleased to note we've reduced season ticket and match night prices to keep more in line with our competitors in the National Ice Hockey League (NHIL) for the upcoming season!

Season ticket prices are as follows:
Adult - £231
Concession (Aged over 60, Students with NUS card aged 18 to 21, Disabled) - £165
Junior (aged 5 to 17) - £71.50 
There are also a range of Family season ticket packages – priced as below:
2 adult and 1 child - £506
2 adults and 2 children - £550
2 adult and 3 children - £594
1 adult and 1 child - £275
1 adult and 2 children - £319

The Bracknell Bees 2017/18 season ticket will cover their 16 league home games and 6 National Cup home games – making a total of 22 home games.   Please note that the club has withdrawn from the Autumn Cup but with the addition of Telford to our National Cup group the number of games covered by the season ticket remains unaffected.   

Any pre-season friendly matches and Cup Semi-Final or Final home legs will NOT be covered by the season ticket nor Playoff games (upon qualification) but a season ticket holder discount will be available for these games (excluding Playoffs).

A season ticket again, of course, represents the least expensive way to watch the club’s home league & cup (group stages) matches.

Season ticket benefits include the following:

·         Avoid any queues
·         Convenient credit card style pass
·         Discount over the season relative to general admission prices
·         Keep your favourite balcony seat for entire season (downstairs rink side is unreserved)
·         Free membership of the Bracknell Bees Supporters Club (BBSC), and therefore discount to their social events.
·         10% discount on all club merchandise (excluding match night programmes & raffle tickets)
·         A discounted entrance fee of £5 to all Bracknell Hornets (NIHL2 S) home games on production of Bees season ticket
·         A season ticket holder discount offer on pre-season & any Cup Semi or Final match tickets
·         Instalment payment option by standing order/cheque/BACS
·         Your ticket is transferable within the same or lower concession type
·         Further season ticket holder special offers and discounts still to be confirmed

We hope we have put together a competitive set of match night and season ticket prices which offer value for money, in line with the squad that has been assembled for the Bees first season in the National Ice Hockey League Division South 1.

We will also be endeavouring to email all past season tickets holders directly with this information also.

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