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Guarantee Your Seat deadline is 1 May

16/04/2015  Comments (7)  jump

Everton Season Ticket holders are being urged to not run the risk of losing their existing seat for the 2015-16 campaign.

The Guarantee Your Seat deadline is fast approaching on Friday 1 May. For the first time, the Guarantee Your Seat deadline comes before the end of the extended Early Bird discount sales window — which closes on 24 May.

Almost 1,000 existing Season Ticket holders are already on a transfer list' eager to move into the best seats that are not renewed by existing Season Ticket holders. This 'transfer window' for existing Season Ticket holders will open on 2 May.

Existing Season Ticket holders wishing to change their seat can submit a transfer request if they'd prefer to move. All requests for transfers must be submitted in writing by Friday 1 May and will not be accepted after this date. If you're an existing Season Ticket holder who is keen to transfer to a better seat, a transfer request form is available from the Goodison Park Box Office.

Anybody wishing to purchase a new Season Ticket for 2015-16 will continue to be able to purchase at the Early Bird price until 24 May. And from 8am on Monday 11 May, the very best seats not renewed by Season Ticket holders or snapped up during the 'transfer window' will be released on general sale for new Season Ticket holders to purchase.

The 2014-15 Premier League campaign yielded a Club record number of Season Ticket sales, which has led to unprecedented demand for seats during the 2014-15 campaign, with three out of every four home fixtures selling out. Current Season Ticket holders are encouraged to act fast to guarantee their seat.

There is also still time for fans to take advantage of a 9-month payment plan and spread the cost of their seat ahead of the Guarantee Your Seat Deadline on 1 May.

For more information on buying and renewing Season Tickets, the freeze on ALL season ticket prices, full pricing details or payment options, visit evertonfc.com/chosen or call 0871 663 1878

9 month payment plan deadline —Thursday 30 April.
Calls to the Club telephone number, 0871 663 1878, are charged at 10p per minute from a BT landline; calls from mobiles and other networks may vary.
Tickets are sold subject to ticket terms and conditions and ground regulations.

 

Reader Comments (7)

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Colin Oakes
1 Posted 18/04/2015 at 00:28:05
My current thinking is that Kenwright can take my 2 season tickets located in the Lower Bullens and stick them up his fat arse. I donÂ’t think I can take watching another season of anti-football being dished up by Martinez.
Andy Crooks
2 Posted 18/04/2015 at 00:35:21
Colin, I may be wrong but I suspect you are dissatisfied.
Colin Oakes
3 Posted 18/04/2015 at 00:39:15
Andy, more frustration if anything. I love Everton and I love going to games, just sick of now expecting to see shite served up and then having it served up. I wouldnÂ’t mind if you could see a side developing a style with a few more youngsters thrown in to the mix. ThatÂ’s not happening and is unlikely too happen now that Martinez will be on borrowed time next season if things donÂ’t improve, and I doubt they will without fresh faces and a change in tatics.
Andrew Smith
4 Posted 19/04/2015 at 15:06:42
Anybody know if the Park End or Family Enclosure will be available for new applicants? Moving back from overseas this summer and promised the kids a season ticket each, not keen on any of the options available now.
Paul Burns
5 Posted 19/04/2015 at 22:05:42
Boycott your season ticket until Kenwright either leaves or promises at least some semblance of a plan to rid the club of the rigor mortis that has set in these last 20 years.
Patrick Murphy
6 Posted 21/04/2015 at 20:44:14
Seeing as the game against Manchester United this coming Sunday is a sell-out and the games against Sunderland and Tottenham will attract at least 35k, the average Premier League attendance at Goodison this season will be circa 38k, which is quite incredible seeing as the season has produced so little – imagine what it would be like if we had a really good team who were winning things.
Patrick Murphy
7 Posted 21/04/2015 at 21:11:42
I meant to add that the last occasion when Everton averaged above 38k in the Premier League was in Wayne RooneyÂ’s last season at the club 2003-04.

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