The Plymouth Raiders can announce that the box office is now open and individual game tickets are available to purchase for the 2017/18 season. 

We strongly recommend that all fans make use of the excellent online box office where not only can you be sure to get your tickets nice and early to avoid missing out, but you will also benefit from a 50p reduction in the ticket prices, taking an adult ticket down to £13.50, children and concessions to £7.50, and a family ticket to £33.

We are also delighted to be able to announce our pre-season schedule, which this season takes the form of a double header weekend starting with an away trip to BBL rivals, Cheshire Pheonix on Saturday 23rd of September, followed by Cheshire making the return trip to the Pavilions on Sunday 24th.   

As a special, ‘New Era’ treat, ticket prices for the Cheshire home leg have been reduced across the board.  Adult tickets will now be only £9, Children and Concessions £5, and only £22 for a Family tickets.

Speaking of the ticket prices for this game, Raiders’ Director Richard Mollard said “we appreciate that our fans have had to endure a lot of change this summer and we want to provide a little gesture of good will from all of us at the Club in the form of a ticket price reduction, to make it even more affordable for our many fans to welcome their new team to the Pavilions.”

Given all the new additions to the playing and coaching staff, as well as all the exciting developments behind the scenes, it’s anticipated that demand for these reduced tickets to the Cheshire game on the 24th will be high as Raiders’ fans get their first opportunity to see their new team compete in the flesh.  As well as the new team, it will also be the first opportunity to see this year’s new light and music show, as well as all the latest Cheerleader routines, so we therefore highly recommend you visit the online Box Office early to avoid disappointment.

The Raiders start their BBL Championship home campaign against Leeds Force at the Pavilions on 8th October, followed by a visit from the BBL Champions, Leicester Riders on Sunday 15th, which is undoubtedly an early must not miss fixture for Raiders’ fans.