Derbyshire County Cricket Club have announced their prices for tickets for the new 2016 season which are on sale now.
Supporters can join the club as a member at early-bird prices before the February 1 deadline, or they can buy a six-pack ticket for £76 that gives them entry to any six matches. Alternatively, they can buy tickets in advance of the day of the game at a discounted price.
Members can watch all 46 days of home cricket for less than £4 per day in 2016, if they pounce before the early-bird deadline. They gain admission to all Derbyshire home fixtures, including the County Championship and the group stages of the NatWest T20 Blast and Royal London One-Day Cup competitions, for just £190.
Further discounts are available for senior citizens, fans aged 16 to 21 and those living more than 20 miles from The 3aaa County Ground. Junior membership, meanwhile, is available before the deadline for just £20 for the entire 2016 season. Members can also earn £50 cash back for each new member (not a member in 2015 or 2014) they recruit for the upcoming campaign under the ambassador initiative.
Six-pack tickets allow supporters to choose any six home matches to attend in 2016, simply by turning up on the day. If these games include the NatWest T20 Blast ones against Notts Outlaws at Derby and Yorkshire Vikings at Chesterfield, fans will need to claim match tickets in advance, in return for a stamp on their six-pack ticket.
Supporters can also make savings of £4 by buying matchday tickets in advance either online, over the phone or in person at the 3aaa Pavilion.