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Eight Year Price Freeze At Toon!
Published : 18 Apr 2013 19:51:43Rss feed
Newcastle United have announced a massive eight-year price freeze on their season tickets.
The offer, which follows the success of their 10 and nine-year deals, will start from next season.
Supporters can secure their seat until 2021 with a guarantee of no price increase in an offer.
The fixed-price deal was launched in 2010 – the first of its kind in football – and thousands of supporters took advantage with several games, including Sunday’s derby against Sunderland, selling out at St. James’ Park this season.
But those who missed out can still protect themselves against any price increases, with those who sign up immediately benefiting from this price freeze deal.
Managing director Derek Llambias said: “The club is dedicated to making football affordable to our fans and that’s why we’ve again decided to offer a price-freeze to our supporters. And supporters who sign up can rest assured that the price of their season ticket in 2020/21 will be exactly the same as it is now.
“There’s nothing quite like a packed St James’s Park and, with an adult and a junior able to watch Premier League football from as little as £483 per season, we hope supporters will take advantage of this superb deal.”
Initially, the offer is open to existing season ticket holders who will be renewing, but it will be opened up to non-season ticket holders next month.
The waiting list for non-season ticket holders will be live from Wednesday, May 1 with fans able to choose an unallocated seat (green) or go on a waiting list (red), just like last year.
The scheme can be paid for annually or by monthly direct debit and also offers the opportunity to opt out if they choose (opt outs for the following season must be received by January 31).
Signing up for the eight-year deal over 10 months (May to February) will mean fans in standard seating pay less than £61 a month.
Supporters can also sign up for one year season tickets at the same price but would not then be protected against any price increase for the following campaign.
All adult season ticket holders also receive the club membership, which will provide fans with a host of benefits, discounts and ‘money-can’t-buy’ offers. Club Membership is not frozen for the duration of the deals . The standard membership price of £30 will be applied to all season tickets for 2013/14.
Source: Newcastle United Mad
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