Rangers have sent a MyGers rallying call as the club targets 30,000 members for the scheme and claims all membership fees go “directly” towards the transfer budget.
The ground-breaking Rangers membership scheme has been designed to create a new revenue stream into the club which rewards supporters for their loyalty.
📝 Every MyGers Membership directly and immediately supports the first team transfer budget.
🙌 So in addition to accessing a world of benefits, you can take pride in knowing you are part of the team’s success!
Join the #MyGers family today 👇
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) February 9, 2021
According to the club, signatories to the scheme are “immediately” supporting the first team transfer budget, meaning the contribution of Gers fans will help to secure new players.
This is based on the comments of deputy Rangers chairman John Bennett, who directly praised the scheme and revealed its relevance to the transfer budget.
“I am proud to be one of the many investors in our beloved club,” said Bennett [Glasgow Times].
“You can contribute too, becoming a MyGers Member ensures funds are invested directly and immediately into the first-team squad and our transfer budget.”
The scheme firstly helps Rangers financially, but it can also award supporters tickets for cup finals through a points structure, put them at the front of queues like season ticket waiting lists and give them first access to official Gers products.
A target of 30,000 sign-ups is both achievable and admirable for a Rangers support already shelling out for season tickets and the new Castore kit releases.
Memberships for season 20/21 have been reduced by £5 to £30 for the rest of the campaign whilst MyGers memberships for juniors start at £15.
Read more about the membership scheme HERE as Rangers look to secure more funding to help the club grow.
Rangers shareholders Club 1872 have just announced another “huge opportunity” for fans to invest millions into the Ibrox side this season.