Sign up to the Academy Supporters' Draw and you could win back the price of your 2019/20 Season Ticket while helping the stars of the future.
The vision for the MK Dons Academy is to create exciting, talented players for the first team and the Academy Supporters’ Draw is pivotal in generating additional revenue to help the identification, development and coaching of the best home-grown talent.
MK Dons remain one of the country’s most highly-respected clubs for progressing talented footballers through the Academy and into the first-team squad, and the Academy Supporters’ Draw is one of the ways you can play your part in helping maintain that vision.
For just £12, the scheme is open to all Season Ticket holders aged 18 or over. As well as supporting the youth system, you will also participate in monthly draws where one lucky supporter will be selected at random to win back the price they paid for their 2019/20 Season Ticket*.
The draws will take place on 1st June 2019 and then at the first game of each month through until the final draw in April 2020.
You will also receive a regular newsletter with news and interviews from inside the Academy as well as exclusive ticket offers for selected Academy fixtures at Stadium MK.
A £1 monthly cost for the Academy Supporters’ Draw will be added to all Season Ticket holders over 18 who pay by direct debit, unless the Season Ticket holder advises the Box Office otherwise.
Not paying by direct debit? You can still sign up by ticking the relevant box on the 2019/20 Seaon Ticket Application Form or by informing the Box Office at Stadium MK.
*capped at £540.
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