CRYSTAL Palace co-chairman Stephen Browett says the club have a little more than 1,000 season tickets available ahead of the new campaign and has urged fans who haven't yet to snap them up. And with the limit set at 17,000, Browett insists the Eagles will stop selling when they reach that figure. They have, though, sold more so far than last year. "We have decided that when it gets to 17,000, which is just a little over 1,000, we have to stop because we need to keep at least a couple of thousand decent seats back to sell on a match-to-match basis," he said. "The exact figure on season tickets now is 15,850, so that is already more than last season's grand total, which was 15,500. "We will definitely stop at 17,000. I think we ought to as a lot of Palace fans have to work on Saturdays or do shift work or can't afford a season ticket, so it wouldn't be fair on them that there weren't tickets available. "There are a very limited amount though and we're expecting to do well and for every game to be sold out next season."
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