Sky Bet League One club Peterborough United’s season ticket sales for the 2018/2019 season are up by over 300% on the same period 12 months ago according to the Peterborough Telegraph.

The Posh are unbeaten in their last five league matches while they sit just two points outside of the play-off places with 12 matches remaining.

It has now been revealed that Peterborough United have already sold over 2,200 season tickets for next season with fans seemingly backing the ongoing promotion project at London Road.

The Posh announced ever-colourful manager Steve Evans as their new boss last week and the 55-year-old, who opposition fans love to hate, is likely to become a popular figure around the former Sky Bet Championship club.

Evans’ appointment is one of the factors which may have contributed towards the boost in season ticket sales while a number of ‘Early Bird’ incentives for those who buy season tickets before the end of March are also likely to have helped the club to increase their backing.

Adults who buy terraced season tickets before 1 April will guarantee an average admission price per match of less than £14 (less than £17.50 seating) while under-18s who purchase a season ticket in the same period will cheer on The Posh for under £4 per match (less than £5 seating).

The feelgood factor around the club has increased after new Canada-based investors purchased a significant stake in The Posh earlier this month.

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