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After an eight year wait it seems Gold Coasters are determined not to miss a minute of NRL action when the Jetstar Gold Coast Titans take to the field in 2007.
Just four weeks after releasing its range of membership programs to the public, a third of the tickets available for 2007 have already been snapped up by fans, with another membership surge expected in the lead up to Christmas.
?Jetstar Titans Gold Memberships have proved to be the most popular option for local fans so far, closely followed by our Jetstar Titans Foundation Memberships and the Steel membership option?, said Jetstar General Manager of Special Projects and Commercial Cameron Murray.
The ground swell of support from fans snapping up memberships has continued the support the community gave the City?s bid to have the Gold Coast re-admitted to the National Rugby League when they turned out in their thousands to the trial matches at Carrara Stadium.
The Titans PSR (Personal Seat Right) has also been accepted as an exciting investment by Gold Coast Rugby League fans who have quickly warmed to the idea of securing a ?seat for life? to watch all of the Titans regular season home games. ?The PSR is a brilliant initiative where our supporters actually receive lifetime rights to their very own stadium seat at all Jetstar Titans regular season games, and as a PSR holder you can also legally on-sell (for profit or otherwise) your PSR to whoever you choose, now, next year or at any time in the future. They really are the ultimate for Jetstar Titans fans?, said Jetstar Gold Coast Titans Managing Director Michael Searle.
Searle expects an avalanche of memberships to be purchased in the weeks following Christmas, when people?s minds once again turn to Rugby League as the Jetstar Titans prepare for the first of their trial matches and their debut NRL season.
?The mere fact that we have in just four weeks sold a third of our total ticketing available for 2007, is further evidence that the Jetstar Gold Coast Titans will play in front of capacity crowds at all 12 regular season home games next year.?
?My only concern is for the supporters who have been with us from the beginning who don?t act quickly enough and may miss out on securing a seat next year.?
For those looking to be apart of the Jetstar Titans inaugural year, the process is simple.