Over 150 schools has signed up for the Club's popular Six4Schools T20 ticket initiative, from the Birmingham Bears and Selco Builders Warehouse.
Pegasus Primary School, based in Birmingham, was the 150th school to sign up for the initiative for the 2022 season which offers schools the chance to access adult tickets for all Vitality Blast group fixtures at Edgbaston in 2022 for only £12, a saving of £7 compared to the usual advance ticket price.
Each adult ticket purchased will also earn their selected school £6 cashback to be reinvested back to supporting the education of local children.
What’s more, each registered school that sells 20 tickets is entered into a draw to win £1,000 of building materials towards a school development project. The school that sells the most tickets will also receive a signed Bears shirt and a player visit.
“We’re working closely with the club to get more children supporting the Bears in the upcoming T20 campaign,” said Warwickshire Cricket Board Schools Manager, Danny Maskell.
“Six4Schools is great as it gives a school a considerable discount on the price of tickets for its network of parents and, more importantly, it gives money back to the schools as a thank you for their support.Danny Maskell, Warwickshire Cricket Board Schools Manager
“Warwickshire Cricket Board works with around 250 schools throughout the year and we hope that as many as schools as possible can join this programme and hopefully support the Bears as they aim for Finals Day this summer.”
All schools can register for Six4Schools now by clicking here. Adult tickets sold through the unique link of a participating school are priced at £12*. Alongside this, parents can secure free tickets for all children aged under 12, with 12 to 15-year-olds priced at £5.
*Fixture with Worcestershire Rapids on 24 June excluded from Six4Schools.