Emirates price freeze: No ticket rises for Arsenal supporters next season

16 February 2010 12:07
Arsenal have confirmed that match-day and season ticket prices have been frozen for the 2010/2011 season.

It will be the fifth year out of the last six that admission fees have remained unchanged.

The Gunners' Chief Executive Ivan Gazidis revealed one of the reasons behind the decision was the fact that many supporters are feeling the pinch due to the state of the economy.

Privileged position: Arsenal enjoy high demand for season tickets

Gazidis also said that because the club enjoys such high demand for tickets, they did not need to push up prices.

He said: 'Having a lengthy waitinglist for season tickets puts the Club in an advantageous position whendetermining the ticket pricing policy each season.

'Having given thematter due consideration, we strongly believe the right course ofaction is to freeze the cost of match tickets and season tickets forthe forthcoming season.

'We are mindful that the current financial climate is difficult andour decision to maintain the current pricing structure reflects that.'

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Source: Daily_Mail

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