Cricket Ireland launch revamped Membership Schemes
Wed, Dec 12, 2012 11:13 AM
New membership schemes have been launched today by Cricket Ireland giving sports fans a fantastic opportunity to become an integral part of the success story of the Ireland cricket team by becoming a season ticket holder for 2013.
2013 is shaping up to be one of the busiest home seasons ever for Irish cricket, with Pakistan, Australia A, and England fixtures confirmed, and a series against Bangladesh also being discussed.
In addition Ireland take on fierce rivals Scotland in vital World Cup qualifier games and the Intercontinental Cup.
Outlining the new membership schemes, Andrew Leonard, Marketing and Membership Manager for Cricket Ireland said: "The 2013 season looks to be the most exciting one ever for Irish cricket. There are some superb fixtures here at home in Ireland, we have the launch of the new interprovincial series and the highlight of the RSA Challenge against England at the new international venue in Malahide. That fixture has extra interest this year, as it will be the largest cricket match ever held in Ireland."
"The new Cricket Ireland Season Ticket offers superb value: free entry to every match at home in Ireland, the option to purchase up to four tickets for guests to the RSA Challenge and to bring them with you into the Members' Section, a free copy of All Out Cricket magazine delivered to your home each month and all the other membership benefits make it the complete package for every cricket lover."
He continued, "We are also launching the 'Cricket Ireland Cubs' for all Under 16's this year: which will feature access to every match next year, a monthly copy of All Out Cricket and your very own replica O'Neills Ireland youth jersey making it the perfect Christmas present for any youngsters."
The membership schemes offer fans exclusive discounts on O'Neills merchandise, Cricket Ireland personalised gifts, as well as a free copy of the Cricket Ireland Annual and free subscription to the renowned All Out Cricket magazine, which is the biggest cricket magazine in the UK and Ireland. All Out Cricket is packed full of the latest features from the world of cricket and in 2013 is set to feature more Irish cricket coverage than ever before. The annual value of this subscription is worth £66 per annum in the ROI and £40 per annum in NI which shows what great value the Season Ticket is.
The Cricket Ireland Season Ticket package offers tremendous value at just €149 while the Cubs membership is only €79.
In addition to these packages there is an executive membership available offering the highlight of Hospitality for Two people at all Ireland home games amongst many other benefits.