Stoke City: Season ticket prices frozen... again
STOKE City are freezing season-ticket prices for a sixth successive year, the club has just announced.
Season-ticket holders can renew their seats at existing prices during a one-month window between February 20 and March 20.
That means adults can watch games for as little as £18.10 per match - the equivalent of seven free games compared to matchday prices.
The club, which has around 21,000 season-ticket holders, is hoping to expand on the recent trend of younger supporters signing up to the cause.
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With that in mind, an adult and under-14 season ticket works out to a combined price of just £23 per Premier League fixture for the 2013/14 campaign.
And as a thankyou to loyal season-ticket holders, Stoke are offering them the chance to buy two matchday tickets at just £10 apiece for a designated game next season.
Chief executive Tony Scholes said today: "We have always ensured that season tickets represent the best value ticket by some distance. This is especially so this time when we are offering for the first time the opportunity for them to purchase two guest tickets for a designated game.
"Being a season-ticket holder is a huge part of a supporter's life and this offer means they have an opportunity to share that experience with family or friends."