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Season tickets on sale Monday

20/02/2015  Comments (9)  jump
Everton's 2015/16 Season Tickets are on sale from 8am on Monday, February 23. Earlier this month the Club announced a freeze on prices across all price bands to reward record figures of Season Ticket holders and ensure Goodison remains affordable.
Evertonians are born, not manufactured. We do not choose, we are chosen. Those who understand need no explanation. Those who don't understand don't matter"

Adult Season Tickets start at 444, with Concession Season Tickets available from 328. Pricing for children under 11* remains at 95 (equating to 5 per game) while Junior Season Tickets (under 16s**) are also frozen at 149 in the Family Enclosure and 199 throughout the remainder of the stadium.

The window for Early Bird Discount has been extended to Sunday, May 24, offering a minimum 25 per cent saving for renewing and returning Season Ticket holders when compared to purchasing on an individual game basis. For the first time new Season Ticket holders will benefit from the same discount.

Payment plan options remain in place and last year a record number of fans took up the opportunity to secure their Season Ticket through the Everton MasterCard nine-month interest-free offer or Direct Debit, allowing up to ten monthly instalments.

The Blues' new Season Ticket campaign focuses on the theme We are Chosen' exploring the unbreakable bond between supporter and club' as they progress through life.

Highlights of the 2015/16 Season Ticket offer:

  • Adult Season Ticket from 444
  • Concession Season Ticket from 328
  • Junior prices (under 16s) from 149 — less than 8 per game
  • Under 11s Season Tickets 95 - 5 per game
  • Early Bird Discount offers a minimum 25 per cent saving
  • Early Bird Discount available up to and including Sunday, May 24
  • No online booking fee
  • Nine months interest free with Everton MasterCard
  • Direct Debit available over 10 monthly installments
Goodison Park welcomed over 4,000 new Season Ticket holders this season, extending the number of fans with Season Tickets to almost 30,000.

With the record number of Season Ticket holders and the number of sold-out home games already in 2014/15, supporters are encouraged to take advantage of the Early Bird Discount to secure the best seats in the house.

2015/16 Season Tickets will be available to purchase in person at the Goodison Road Box Office, Everton Two, online on evertonfc.com or by phone on 0871 663 1878.***

* Children aged 10 and under on or before September 1, 2015 will be eligible for under 11s Season Tickets.

** Young people aged 11 to 15 on or before September 1, 2015 will be eligible for Junior Season Tickets.

*** Calls cost 10p per minute from a BT landline, mobile charges may vary, please check with your network provider. Booking fees apply.

Tickets are sold subject to ticket terms and conditions and ground regulations.  


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Eric Myles
1 Posted 21/02/2015 at 04:56:12
Should be some rumours eminating from the Club about a takeover and new stadium about now then?
Tony Abrahams
2 Posted 21/02/2015 at 21:05:03
Not just Evertonians, but the supporters of every Premier League club should boycott buying their season tickets for the coming season, unless there are some major reductions.

Football is nothing without the fans, and if not one single person bought a ticket by the end of June, the clubs would panic, and give us supporters something they should have given us years ago.

They get billions now and each club, supposedly sets aside 𧶲,000 a year to help the fans? How do you think the television company's would react if they knew the games they have paid so much money for we're going to be played in empty stadiums?

With no atmosphere in the stands, the game would become awful to watch, and it would be the last big deal the clubs would ever get. We have much more power than we realise, but we won't use it. Imagine the outcome if we did?

Chris Regan
3 Posted 22/02/2015 at 20:21:58
Eric, I thought exactly the same as you.
Tony, I have been boycotting the game for years. Due to the cost and annoyance at watching overpaid players.
Nick Entwistle
4 Posted 23/02/2015 at 18:27:40
What reductions will be made if we're to be relegated?
Ian Riley
5 Posted 23/02/2015 at 21:07:44
Nearly 30,000 season tickets sold! Even with most home games falling on a sunday or midweek, fans are still committed to a season ticket. I don't have the figures but I would guess up to 70% of the 30,000 have sky for the football. An extra 𧶲 a year for sky, season ticket(s), travel, food, drink, and club merchandise.

Most men would never spend this much on a woman but our club is our life. This goes for non league football, 𧸠 for a season ticket for my local non league club. Everton average 𧻞 for top flight football, sorry this is value. However, how long can people spend thousands of pounds a year?

If Everton were relegated, fans would still pay because the club is more than money. Its an addiction and clubs know that!

Chris Wright
6 Posted 24/02/2015 at 15:30:57
Not too sure prices will ever come down. Clubs have to account for every penny spent (I know, I know!!) for Fifa Fair Play rules. Plus you would never get every fan not to buy. Especially at the top clubs like Man U or Liverpool where the non-going ’glory hunter’ will take the chance to get a ticket. Premiership clubs know this and as Ian said, us the addiction. Most Premier League clubs know are virtual franchises, they are only interested in money making. They will use history or tradition only as a way of making money. People can associate themselves with a club, with no geographical link or family link just because they are successful. Buy the merchandise and watch virtually every game on tv. But never go. The way EFC is set up is more traditional but long term I’m not sure if it is ever going to be successful this way.
Chris Regan
7 Posted 26/02/2015 at 12:30:14
Not one takeover rumour.

Has anyone else heard Randy Lerner is selling Villa for £150 million, what price would that put Everton at? considering I've heard figures in the pasty of £300m.

Brent Stephens
8 Posted 26/02/2015 at 17:22:40
Couldn't see it in the above info, and it's not clear on all EFC communications - while Early Bird goes up to 24th May, you need to renew by 1st May to keep your current seat!
Mike Goodwin
9 Posted 26/02/2015 at 17:39:31
I’ve just had an email from the club which confirms what you’re saying Brent. So that means that for existing season ticket holders, the early bird deadline is effectively 1st May rather than 24th

This doesn’t seem fair and could lead to a lot of upset for ticket holders who might easily assume (wrongly) that they’ve got till 24th to renew.

I’m sure this hasn’t been the case in previous years.


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