Season tickets for the 2010/11 season are now available to buy at this seasons prices.
Cherries Chairman, Eddie Mitchell is quoted in the Bournemouth Evening Echo as saying: "What has been achieved during the first half of the season has been fantastic. We have got one opportunity to try to reinforce the second half of the season and the board and the management have looked at things realistically. We know supporters have been asking whether there is anything they can do to help. We will be selling season tickets between now and February 14 with an incentive to those who purchase early. If we could sell 80 to 90 per cent prior to February 14, we would have enough funds to try to clear the embargo. We are not asking people to give us something for nothing. As a club, we feel we have got to grasp this opportunity and give it every bit of support. We need to raise as much as we can to pay off the debts. I think we would achieve that if we were to sell 80 to 90 per cent. Every one of our supporters would like to see the embargo lifted and we are asking them to buy their season tickets three or four months earlier than normal. Those three or four months could be a crucial time for our club to try to gain promotion".