Pars passport scheme operational for kids!Date: Tuesday, 16th Aug 2005
Under 12s can get into Livingston FREE this Saturday!
Young Pars Fans to get Free Entry into Livingston game on Saturday!
For the first time this season young Pars fans will be able to take advantage of the new Bank of Scotland Premierleague Passport scheme. The aim of the SPL initiative is to encourage more kids and families to follow their teams around the country this season.
DAFC season ticket holders under the age of 12 will receive a book of vouchers that will enable free entry to most away games as long as they are accompanied (on a one-for-one basis) by an adult paying full price.
To gain free entry to Saturday’s game against Livingston, bring your season ticket book to the DAFC Ticket Office this week to receive your Passport. Voucher No1 from the passport will be accepted at a (still to be nominated) turnstile at the Livingston ground to gain free admission.
Notes for Editors
All SPL clubs (except Falkirk) are participating in this scheme. The number of free places for the youngsters are restricted by Celtic, Rangers, Hibs and Motherwell whilst all other participants are offering unlimited numbers to travelling Pars supporters.