2017 Memberships on Sale
2017 Memberships for the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are now on sale with prizes on offer for anyone who signs up over first 18 days.
Affordability remains the key, with no changes to 2016 pricing which allowed families to sign up for a full season of Bulldogs games for as little as $300.
Membership will be the best way to secure prime seating for the Good Friday game against the Rabbitohs and Queen’s Birthday Monday game against the Dragons with 2017 marking the Bulldogs turn to host both blockbuster matches.
In response to Member feedback, family memberships will now include up to eight members. There are also significant savings for those wanting to sign up for small or large groups and once again all Memberships are able to be paid via affordable monthly payment options.
“We enjoyed record Membership in 2016 because more and more people are realising that a day at the footy is an affordable and genuinely fun way to connect with family and friends,” said Bulldogs CEO Raelene Castle.
“We’ve been very mindful of making sure that Memberships to the Bulldogs is as accessible to as many people as possible and we’re looking forward to even more people joining us in 2017 and together we will stand proud of our team.”
In other developments, the Kennel Bays have been extended to allow for the increased demand for Kennel Memberships and the Platinum Plus Membership offers better value than ever with parking included for matches played in Sydney.
After Membership numbers smashed through the 20,000 milestone in 2016, Brydens Lawyers have extended their sponsorship of the Membership Programme for a further two years, taking them to the end of 2018.
“Brydens Lawyers could not be more pleased to extend its partnership with the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs as Official Member Sponsor for 2017 and 2018,” said Brydens Lawyers Principal Lee Hagipantelis.
“The Bulldogs, through their community and membership engagement programs, encapsulate the principles and ideals that Brydens Lawyers adheres to in its recognition of its corporate responsibility to the community in which it operates. It is also personally and professionally rewarding to be able to provide the members and fans of the Bulldogs expert legal advice and representation for which Brydens Lawyers has become so recognised.”