RANGERS have embarked on the latest chapter in a 143 year old story that has spanned the ages and inspired countless supporters over many generations.

The Club has a deep and rich history but Rangers is as much about its future as its past and Rangers Chairman Dave King this season called on supporters to buy season tickets at record levels in order to protect the Club for future generations.

Rangers is a club steeped in history and tradition. A club with a glorious past, littered with trophies since its earliest days. Throughout its history the support of Rangers fans has been a constant. A source of strength for those wearing the Light Blue jersey.

Memories have been made both on and off the pitch. We have faced our challenges in recent years, but this is our time. It’s time to make a new piece of history that we can all be proud and part of, together.

The team has made an excellent start to the season under the guidance of Mark Warburton, winning the first eleven matches of the league season by playing an exhilarating brand of attacking football that has captivated the fans inside Ibrox.

We know the task ahead. Your support will carry the team forward as we battle to win promotion back to the SPFL Premiership.

You can join your Rangers Family inside Ibrox for the rest of the season by buying a half season ticket which starts from the crucial clash with Hibernian on December 28.

Half season ticket prices start from £131* for adults, £105* for concessions and just £26 for kids – a perfect gift for Christmas! Tickets are available to purchase now from the following channels:

  • Online Sales Website HERE
  • Telephone: 0871 702 1972
  • Rangers Ticket Centre

Valid from Rangers V Hibernian – 28 December 2015.  Prices quoted are *Value season tickets in Club Deck – (kids £39). Family Section in Broomloan Rear – (adult £156)

Last posting day for Christmas delivery is Friday 18 December.

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