Jeju launches new website/app with a slew of giveaways and discounts

To celebrate the launch of its new website/app and ticketing, Jeju United is offering a wealth of benefits to its members and ticket buyers.

Jeju’s newly developed website/app is a fan engagement platform that provides fans with a one-stop shop for ticketing, entertainment content, event applications, coupon offers, push notifications, and more.

Jeju intends to actively utilize the new website/app to conduct marketing activities that fans want and need. In order to increase the utilization rate of the new website/app and increase the number of memberships, the team has prepared various events to coincide with the opening of ticket sales for the home game against Jeonbuk Hyundai on Sunday, September 3.

Just by signing up for the new website/app, we will provide rich benefits. Until the day of the home game against FC Seoul on Saturday, September 23, all new website/app members will be eligible to win away support for 10 people (airfare and accommodation if necessary), player jerseys (10 people), Tamline meat set (10 people), Kiko & Lane accommodation vouchers (15 people), and stadium 7-Eleven hot dog set (100 people).

Fans who purchase tickets through the new website/app will receive a significant discount. General seats (E/N/W) offer a 2,000 won discount (memberships can be combined), and special seats (premium, table, etc.) offer a maximum discount of 8,000 won from the basic 5,000 won. (September home games only)

At the home game against FC Seoul on Saturday, September 23, we will also hold a fan signing session for members on a first-come, first-served basis. 카지노 It is limited to first-come, first-served applicants who sign up on the website and complete the application. The players who will participate in the autograph session are still undecided and will be announced in the future.

It’s not just the website/app that has changed. As part of its efforts to renovate the Jeju World Cup Stadium and improve fan-centered facilities with Seogwipo City (Mayor Lee Jong-woo), Jeju recently replaced the aging W seats with new folding chairs and installed additional table seats in some of the upper tiers.

The orange seats with Jeju’s brand identity (BI) are said to be full of value for money, with tables for each person (1,2,3,4), plenty of space, reasonable prices, and a hot dog set for two people.

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