Aren't these the same prices as last year; frankly I'm astounded; I'd expected at least £300 for the adult bearing in mind I would expect at least the OF games to be in the region of £26 PATG.
Personally I think the biggest boost to season ticket sales will be if Hopkins agrees to an extension to his contract; Sean Byrne has already indicated in his interview that many of the out-of-contract player are preying for him to stay and, reading between the lines, I think the inference is that many will agree to a new contract if Hoppy remains the man in charge.
We will easily burst the 1000 season ticket glass ceiling but I would also hope that maybe 2000 wasn't too ambitious. If 2000 were prepared to make the trip to Glasgow then surely its not too far a leap.
I agree with Bertie in some split payment arrangement might be a good idea if you want to get people signing up early and not on the last day before the season starts (which makes planning more challenging). Having seen a large number of the fans travelling on Sunday last were possibly between 16 and 19; I suspect finding that lump of money in one go is going to be a bit of a challenge.