Thank you, once again, for your support as a Season Ticket holder and for choosing to #KeepTheFaith with MK Dons.
We appreciate that this is a difficult time, financially, for most people, so we are extremely grateful that you have still elected to maintain your commitment to the Football Club.
The money received through Season Ticket payments is of crucial importance to the Club, with all our businesses at Stadium MK receiving very little other income during this unprecedented period. We are determined to come through this in as strong of a position as possible and your financial support will be vital in helping us do just that.
Over the coming days and weeks, we will be writing to Season Ticket holders to provide some clarity on the current situation for MK Dons, the future of the 2019/20 campaign and what the upcoming 2020/21 season may look like.
There is of course plenty of speculation in the media, but nothing has yet been confirmed by the EFL and as matters unfold, we will do our best to address the questions that you have and to reassure you on where you stand as a Season Ticket holder.
We acknowledge that during this lockdown period, you have not been able to make the most of your Season Ticket by watching football at Stadium MK. Therefore, in the very near future, we will be providing you with some exciting details on exclusive prizes, offers and opportunities that you can take advantage of as a Season Ticket holder. Stay tuned!
Please remember that each and every Saturday, between 2 and 4pm, we have been assisting MKFM with an on-air Fans Forum, which has provided supporters with an opportunity to have their questions answered. In recent weeks, Pete Winkelman, Luke Chadwick and myself have all featured on the show, while MKFM were also able to arrange forums with Russell Martin, Alex Gilbey and Rhys Healey.
In the meantime, please continue to log in to mkdons.com for the latest official information on all things regarding MK Dons. We have compiled answers to some frequently asked questions which should be of interest, you will see the link at the bottom of this page. If you need to get in touch with the Club, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as soon as we can, recognising this may take a little longer than usual, given that the majority of our colleagues are currently furloughed.
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