Title Partners Suzuki GB are offering all MK Dons 2017/18 Season Ticket holders up to 22% off a new car.
Season Ticket holders can purchase one new Suzuki car in a rolling 12-month period, as part of the Suzuki Membership Scheme – it could save you up to £5,691!
The membership scheme can be purchased across all models including Celerio, Ignis, Swift, Baleno, S-Cross, Vitara and Jimny.
The car can be purchased outright or financed through Suzuki Contract Hire. The entitlement can be utilised for members own use or family member who resides at the same home address.
The member must be an MK Dons Season Ticket holder prior to the initial order date. The terms cannot be used in conjunction with any other Suzuki offer. Vehicles are not for re-sale purposes.
For more information on the Suzuki Partnership Scheme or to see a full list of prices and terms, contact your local Suzuki dealer who can be found by clicking here!
Proof of 2017/18 Season Ticket purchase will be needed when applying for the discount.
Adult Season Tickets are priced from just £34.23 a month; over-65s from £22 a month and under-21s from £15.08 a month while under-18s are able to enjoy the full 2017/18 campaign from just £3.06 a month.
The Under-12s go FREE offer also remains, meaning the Club’s youngest supporters can watch all 23 home league matches in 2017/18 for FREE when they become a Young Dons member.
To purchase a Season Ticket visit the Box Office at Stadium MK or call 0333 200 5343. You can also download an application form and post it to Box Office, Stadium MK, Stadium Way, Milton Keynes, MK1 1ST.
Terms and conditions
Members each qualify for one new car purchase in a rolling 12-month period – this can be used by the member of the scheme or offered to a family member who resides at the same address.
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