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Everton announce record season ticket sales

05/06/2015  Comments (18)  jump
Season Ticket sales at Everton have reached the record-breaking highs of last season — with the average price per game for a Toffees Season Ticket holder just 23.86.

Almost 27,000 fans have secured their seat for the 2015-16 campaign, with 4,000 junior supporters — one-in-six of all Season Ticket holders — able to watch Premier League football at Goodison Park for an average 7.47 per game.

The Club's affordable pricing extends to fans who are under 21 and pay on average only 19 per game.

Aggregated, young Evertonians account for almost one quarter of our Season Ticket base.

Senior fans who have taken advantage of the Early Bird prices will also pay an average 19 per game on their concession tickets.

Almost all Season Ticket holders have benefited from the Early Bird discount while one-in-four fans have benefited from flexible payment terms of up to 10 months.

Early Bird adult Season Tickets range from 23.37 per game to 31.53 per game.

Everton froze all Season Ticket prices for the 2015-16 season and extended the Early Bird discount window, rewarding the record number of Season Ticket holders during 2014-15 and reinforcing the Club's commitment to ensuring Goodison Park remains affordable for fans of all ages.

 

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Kelvin Thomas
1 Posted 05/06/2015 at 17:35:21
Very impressive considering the troubles of this season!
Pa Carty
2 Posted 05/06/2015 at 17:55:49
Great news, shows the fans are sticking by the team after a very poor campaign. LetÂ’s hope the team gives us all a lift next season.
Clarence Yurcan
3 Posted 05/06/2015 at 18:06:00
This is all due to the Cleverley news.
Brian Wilkinson
4 Posted 05/06/2015 at 20:58:48
Sounds great 䀋 juniour tickets, till you go on stubhub and see the same Juniour tickets week in week out for sale.

Paying out 䀋 and getting a secured cup final ticket should we ever get there is worth the layout, baring in mind a ticket resold is no outlay whatsoever and sometimes at a profit as well

I am all for getting Juniour fans a great value, just a shame some abuse it.

Mike Childs
5 Posted 05/06/2015 at 21:55:34
Sorry to hear this, Brian. Obviously the ones buying the 䀋 kid seats are not true Evertonians. The kind of fans that go to a game no matter what type of football the manager serves up.
Karl Jones
6 Posted 05/06/2015 at 22:00:08
Phenomenal! After last season's home performances too. Everton fans are amazing.
Len Gowing
7 Posted 05/06/2015 at 22:10:06
I sit in the family enclosure (with my son) and it never fails to surprise me the amount of adults in there without juniors – to the extent of groups of adults in there week-in & week-out. These are not just StubHub buyers but regular attendees.
Peter Sanders
8 Posted 06/06/2015 at 00:11:32
I for one take advantage of this great offer – having two young lads who are football mad (nay... Everton mad) being able to take 3 of us to the match at a discounted price is fantastic (٣ for U11s and 㾶 game for U16s) – if only the football on show would demonstrate a Â’go get emÂ’ attitude!
Dee Connelly
9 Posted 06/06/2015 at 01:22:30
Len, You cannot buy an adult season ticket in the family enclosure without purchasing a junior season ticket at the same time. i.e. No adults only season tickets can be bought for the family enclosure. (Maybe the people you see are selling their junior tickets game by game on StubHub.)
Brian Wilkinson
10 Posted 06/06/2015 at 12:05:02
Spot on dee and should Everton get to Wembley, chances are they will get a ticket without attending every home game, somethings not right cause week after week its the same tickets in same section for sale, I can understand not every ticket holder can get to every game, but selling each home ticket is spoiling it for genuine fans who have children and take their kids at an affordable price,
Dave Ganley
12 Posted 06/06/2015 at 15:03:31
27000 season tickets sold.....wow I am amazed. I have renewed but I just thought I was daft as a brush......but Evertonians are fantastic for showing that kind of support following a season of mind numbing football.....big hand to all blue supporters
Thomas Lennon
13 Posted 06/06/2015 at 19:02:18
And a big well done to Everton for making it affordable for kids. They are the future and a great incentive for them to be blues.
John O'Brien
14 Posted 07/06/2015 at 04:51:36
To all young lads who travel everywhere and watch our team: Never give up your dream.

I am lucky enough to have seen our club win trophies, but you kids inspire me. That's what our Club represents – the spirit of our great city.

Not Champions League but loyalty to what we stand for. The click of the turnstile. Football is not a game – it's a thing that dictates your life.

Thank god I never sold my soul and jumped on a bandwagon!

Phil Walling
15 Posted 07/06/2015 at 10:06:48
Seems to indicate that the majority accept the managementÂ’s view that last seasonÂ’s woes were just a blip!

Or, is it only some of us on TW that saw 2014-15 as verging on a disaster until that six game surge towards the end?

Either way, itÂ’s a great vote of confidence in Martinez who seems to have struck the right chord with what some of us see as his annoying over-positivity. And his Â’philosophyÂ’ on how the game must be played obviously get the thumbs up. So there, the masses have spoken. With their wallets.

Trevor Peers
16 Posted 07/06/2015 at 10:22:17
There have been some excellent deals from the club especially for younger blues. We will only be able to tell if their optimism will be rewarded when the season starts. Then we will see if Roberto has added to the squad wisely.
Phil makes a good point about that 6-game surge that was triggered by the signing of Lennon, at the time most of us couldnÂ’t see where the next win was coming from.
Dave Ganley
17 Posted 07/06/2015 at 18:39:57
To be honest Phil in my own case, how we are doing on the pitch doesnÂ’t really make much difference to me as to whether I renew my season ticket or not. I just like having my time at the football, spending all day talking about football with people I have been sat with for years. Granted I have made noises at the back end of the season as to whether I would renew or not but I guess I was only kidding myself....of course I would renew!! Us fans will still be here long after Kenwright/Martinez etc are gone although I certainly do see your point about how the board will view it as an acceptance of how we are doing. Alas short of going out to protest thereÂ’s not a lot we can do. Shitty football styles and a lack of forward thinking isn't, im afraid, enough to stop me seeing my beloved blues. Yeah I know, I am quite pathetic but there you go
Phil Walling
18 Posted 07/06/2015 at 19:19:14
Not pathetic, at all, Dave. I hope from the bottom of my heart that the loyalty, patience and love that you have for our club is rewarded Â’ere long. You put me to shame!
Dave Abrahams
19 Posted 07/06/2015 at 19:43:41
John (14) I echo what you say, patience is the key, it worked for me. I started watching the Blues in 1948; apart from winning promotion in 1954 I never saw Everton win anything until 1963, so that was fifteen years. It never really bothered me as long as I could watch MY team.

When my sons were born they were taken to the game as young as possible and the oldest had to wait another fifteen years before Everton won the league in 1970, the younger son was two years younger so only had to wait thirteen years.

Being an Evertonian means the good spells donÂ’t last long but for me and my sons being a bluenose is the thing that matters and in my case IÂ’ll be a blue until near the end when IÂ’ll become a Liverpudlian because IÂ’d rather a red died than an Evertonian.


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