Rangers season ticket renewals have now closed as of Monday the 20th May 2015.
It means that any supporters who had a season ticket last season really should’ve renewed by now if they want the same seat(s) for next season.
The club sent out plenty of reminders, and attention will now move to shifting the extra briefs. Firstly, tickets will be offered to those who are on the waiting list.

Tomorrow will be Steven Gerrard’s second season in charge at Ibrox. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)
Should anyone on the waiting list not snap up the season tickets within a set time period, they will then be put to general sale.
When do they go on sale to those on the waiting list? This hasn’t been made public as of yet,
but the club’s website says it is likely to be sometime in June.
So if you’re on the waiting list, don’t panic if you’re yet to hear from the club. After all, the renewals period only ended yesterday.
Once on general sale, the club will be
looking to shift record numbers for the second year on the bounce. Tickets went on general sale on the 7th of June last year. It’s likely to be a similar time this year too.
Rangers Chairman Dave King has already intimated his intentions to use any season ticket money to fund player arrivals in the summer [Rangers.co.uk].
The prospect of a more settled side in Steven Gerrard’s second season at Ibrox is also not to be missed.
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