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Priority Ticket Information

Priority status will be classified into four categories: Gold, silver, bronze and community. 

Anyone with a priority status will also have a corresponding priority number.

During the gold and silver phases each member will be eligible to purchase one ticket. The club will announce how many tickets per member will be available during the bronze and community phases. Gold and silver members may purchase additional tickets in the Bronze phase or later. The club reserves the right to adjust this should operational needs demand.

Gold: Supporters who hold three or more years of continuous membership of Exeter City Supporters’ Trust (at the time of the fixtures release for sale or a cup fixture is drawn).

Silver: Supporters who are fully paid-up members of Exeter City Supporters’ Trust (at the time of the fixtures release for sale or a cup fixture is drawn). This recognises Exeter City Supporters’ Trust as the primary group.

(NB. This will mean that season ticket holders, that are not members of Exeter City Supporters’ Trust, will not qualify for silver membership, even if they are a member of another affiliated supporters’ group.)

For more information about joining the Trust click here

Bronze: Non-Trust members who are season ticket holders or fully paid-up members of anyone or more of the affiliated supporters’ groups (at the time of the fixtures release for sale or a cup fixture is drawn)(see below).

(NB. Should a supporter be a member of more than one affiliated supporters group,  e.g. a Season Ticket holder and member of East Devon Grecians, will not constitute any additional priority.) 

Community: Supporters whose names and contact details are registered with Exeter City, but who are not current members of any of the affiliated supporters’ groups.  If you are not yet a Community member, you can be added to our database instantly simply by bringing photographic ID to Reception at St James Park, and therefore hold a priority status.

Qualifying groups

Exeter City Season Ticket Holders

Exeter City Supporters’ Club

ExEC-100 Club

Exeter Exiles/London Grecians

North Devon Grecians

East Devon Grecians

Great Western Grecians

East Midlands Grecians

Exeter City Disabled Supporters’ Association

Exeter City Supporters Club of Norway

Red or Dead Contributor

1931 Club member

Senior Reds

If you are unsure what priority status you hold or are unsure of your priority number, contact reception by ringing 01392 411243 or by emailing reception@ecfc.co.uk 

Please note that this may differ from a membership number that is held within an affiliated supporters’ group.

Season ticket holders will find their Priority Number on their Season Ticket. 

HOW THE PRIORITY SYSTEM WILL OPERATE IN PRACTICE

All home League and priority away games:

Phase 1

Gold Members

Gold Priority Members to have first choice of any available tickets.

Phase 2

Silver Members

Gold and Silver Members can purchase any available tickets

Phase 3

Bronze Members

Gold, Silver and Bronze Members can purchase any available tickets

Phase 4

All members on the priority system

All priority members can purchase any available tickets

Phase 5

General Sale

Any unsold tickets offered for General Sales

All home cup games:

Phase 1

Gold Members and Season Ticket Holders

Gold Priority Members to have first choice of available tickets

Season Ticket holders to claim their reserved tickets (seat or space on the Big Bank).

Phase 2

Silver Members

Gold and Silver Members can purchase any available tickets.

Season Ticket holders to claim their reserved tickets.

Phase 3

Bronze Members

Gold, Silver and Bronze Members can purchase any available tickets.

Unclaimed reserved Season Tickets will be released for general sale.

Phase 4

All members on the priority system

Any remaining tickets made available to anyone registered on the Exeter City Priority system.

Phase 5

General Sale

Any unsold tickets offered for General Sales

The actual phases to be used and dates that apply will be announced with the appropriate game.

In special circumstances depending on the numbers of tickets available, timeframes or the anticipated demand, phases may be combined.

For example: Phase 1 and 2 (gold and silver). Some games may only have phase 1 and 2  then go straight to phase 5 for general sale.