THE fixture list for the upcoming Guinness PRO14 season is yet to be confirmed but Dragons season ticket holders have just two weeks to renew their memberships.

The Rodney Parade region become the first Welsh side to release their season ticket prices ahead of the 2020/21 campaign, which is due to start in October.

The Rodney Parade side have also introduced ‘The P.A.S.S. Promise’, which is a series of commitments to supporters should matches continue to be played behind closed doors.

Season ticket sales are currently only available for renewals, but new buyers can join a waiting list.

In recognition of the coronavirus situation, the extended renewal window is open until Friday, September 25.

The Dragons revealed 85 per cent of supporters chose to either donate or claim a credit rather than a refund for their membership for last season after the pandemic curtailed the campaign.

Fans with credits will have their total added to their ticketing account and this will be automatically available to use towards a 2020/21 season membership.

However, supporters not wishing to renew their season ticket can ask to use their pro-rata credit towards match tickets later this season when it’s safe to return to watch live sport.

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Members only need to pay a third of their price of their season ticket at renewal, with payments split into three and staggered until February, with home games initially expected to take place behind closed doors.

The three separate instalments have been introduced to help the Rodney Parade faithful pay for their season ticket given many have taken a hit to their personal income during the lockdown.

This will be managed directly by the club and will not come at an additional cost to supporters, who also won’t need a credit check to pay via this method.

Even though Rodney Parade has been certified as a Covid-19 compliant venue, it’s expected that games at the start of next season at least will continue to be played behind closed doors, so the ‘P.A.S.S. Promise’ initiative involves four key commitments designed to protect supporters looking to renew.

Along with the staggered pricing, Dragons are pledging absolute priority to those members that renew their membership for admission to any home fixture that goes ahead once supporters are allowed to return.

The club also said season ticket holders will receive priority for any ballot allocation should capacity need to be reduced at any stage as well as the first opportunity to renew for the following campaign.

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