Tomorrow (Tuesday 3 May) is the last chance for Everton Season Ticket holders to guarantee their seat for the 2016/17 season.
Season Ticket holders are being urged to not run the risk of losing their current seat, with a number of existing Season Ticket holders ready to transfer into the best seats when they become available.
Anybody wishing to purchase a new Season Ticket for 2016/17 will continue to be able to purchase at the Early Bird price until 25 May. And, from 8am on Monday 10 May, the very best seats not renewed by current Season Ticket holders will be released on general sale for new fans to purchase
The Box Office will remain open until 6pm tomorrow, while the ticket booth at Everton Two open until 7pm. There is also the option to renew online until midnight.
Season Ticket prices for 2016/17 have been reduced in price by more than 5% for all Adult Season Ticket holders while prices for Junior Season Tickets have been slashed with an extension to the upper limit from 16 to 18 as part of the Club's commitment to making football affordable.
Adult seats are available, for the 2016/17 season, from £420 during the Early Bird window which represents a ‘free game' when compared to this season's prices. Junior Season Ticket prices for fans aged between 11 and 18 will be £149 throughout the stadium, less than £8 per game and a £50 price reduction for this age group in all stands with the exception of the Family Enclosure, where the price has been frozen at £149.
The Club has extended the age range for Young Adult Season Tickets to those from 18 up to 22 with a set price across all stands of £299. The top price was previously £382.
Kids' Season Tickets (aged 11 and under) have been frozen at £95 – just £5 per game – and are available in any stand across the stadium.
Prices are also reduced in the Senior category (65 and over) with a Season Ticket in any stand in the stadium reduced to £299, representing a saving of between £29 and £86 for the 3,000 fans in this category.
For more information on buying and renewing Season Tickets, the reduction/freeze on ALL season ticket prices, full pricing details or payment options, visit evertonfc.com/1617 or call 0151 556 1878
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1 Posted 02/05/2016 at 20:42:43
2 Posted 02/05/2016 at 21:07:20
3 Posted 02/05/2016 at 21:35:39
4 Posted 02/05/2016 at 21:39:30
They don't care if they loose their seats which they have had for 9 years.
5 Posted 02/05/2016 at 21:45:13
6 Posted 02/05/2016 at 21:50:14
7 Posted 02/05/2016 at 21:57:25
Leicester are champions, that is all that matters tonight.
8 Posted 02/05/2016 at 22:19:40
9 Posted 02/05/2016 at 23:53:02
Im going to renew my ticket tomorrow, along with my two sons tickets, but for the second season running im almost fuming with myself for buying my ticket whilst having to endure Martinez style football.
I will be heart broken driving the first game if Roberto is at the helm.
10 Posted 03/05/2016 at 00:16:04
11 Posted 03/05/2016 at 02:10:22
12 Posted 03/05/2016 at 10:13:50
Ian (#10). Spot on and what I've said for a while as main income stream is now TV money, a new stadium moves down on list of priorities. My view is that getting it right on pitch is absolute priority that brings in more TV money which then enables further strengthening and finally a new stadium.
Martin#5&7. I understand your point but it is ironic that there is now a valid argument that the armchair supporter is doing more for the Club than the match goer!!
ps: Predictive text came up with Boer instead of goer an omen?!?
13 Posted 03/05/2016 at 10:29:54
14 Posted 03/05/2016 at 11:18:31
15 Posted 03/05/2016 at 11:27:12
Could happen at Goodison Park next season if Robbie is still here.
16 Posted 03/05/2016 at 11:31:52
I know, I know, I know...
If I'm honest, if it was just about the football, I deffo wouldn't have.
There are however other factors, ie: at my age (soon 57) I'm aware it becomes easier not to do..stuff.
And if I'm not at the match, I'm in the boozer watching the match so probably better (for me) once every couple of weeks, to have to get out, get on an 81, walk down County Rd, meet mates, scream, shout, get the blood flowing etc I think of my season ticket as a cardio-vascular aid (I do get a lift home, but only after walking to the bottom of Priory Rd).
I would feel I had got myself a good deal if this avvy, BK resigned, Martinez got the order of the Spanish archer and a serious looking Moshiri appeared outside Goodison in his camel-hair, holding a piece of paper and made a statement along the lines..
"I have been involved so far only as a spectator and though what I have seen has disturbed me greatly, I have said nothing. That changes today. I can't guarantee trophies, but I can and will guarantee that the 'plucky Everton' loser attitude that, in my view, has prevented this club competing, ends now. There will be investment in the world's best managers, players and coaches. Goodison Park will be redeveloped as a 55,000 seater, state of the art stadium with the best corporate facilities on the planet"
(Imagines he then folds paper, turns on his heel, heads to Supper bar, orders a Chop Suey roll and a portion of Scallops, insisting 'Plenty o' salt on vinegar on the scallops, lad.')
17 Posted 03/05/2016 at 11:55:15
Re. your opening paragraphs I am reminded of the words of Samuel Beckett:
"Habit is the ballast that chains the dog to its vomit."
Once you support Everton, the studded collar goes around the neck irrespective of which manager is currently yanking on the chain.
18 Posted 03/05/2016 at 12:15:48
I can't really argue with that.
Maybe, in relation to supporting Everton, 'the Hibbert habit' could be used to describe the phenomenon.
19 Posted 03/05/2016 at 12:27:28
“Grow old along with me! The best is yet to be, the last of life, for which the first was made".
20 Posted 03/05/2016 at 12:36:29
I couldn't wait to retire so I could buy a season ticket again and attend every home match.I refuse to buy one while Martinez is still manager. Sick as fuck!
21 Posted 03/05/2016 at 12:47:05
It sounds like you have your candidate for the "Everton manager who most made me want to vomit" competition.
22 Posted 03/05/2016 at 12:57:15
Great quote from Robert Browning who is our young defender Tyias Browning's great great great grandfather. Maybe.
23 Posted 03/05/2016 at 12:58:27
Seriously though I'm pig sick that he's still there and I'll miss the early bird discount but I refuse to part with my hard earned and watch us struggle, which I think we will next season under him!
24 Posted 03/05/2016 at 13:11:02
Or in my case,
"But I, being poor, have only my dreams; I have spread my dreams under your feet; Tread softly because you tread on my dreams."
Or march right over the fucking dreams, stopping only to stamp on them like a Flamenco dancer.
Sorry about the f word. It's the way I feel right now.
25 Posted 03/05/2016 at 13:24:09
Well ok, apology accepted, but let's all agree that, though feelings are running high, there is simply no excuse for any poster to use the word fla*enco.
26 Posted 03/05/2016 at 14:58:27
(And I'm not dismissing or trivialising St Vitus in any way...)
27 Posted 03/05/2016 at 15:13:33
28 Posted 03/05/2016 at 15:33:41
I voted for:
29 Posted 03/05/2016 at 15:41:08
30 Posted 03/05/2016 at 15:50:25
I wasn't sure that the dream he gave us could come to fruition; but now I am.
I'm sure that we need a better manager, with all (or at least most) of the attributes of a winner and can mould a team with those same attributes.
Why did I buy it? well, I got it because I think we will this season, have a board who will take the first step on the road to becoming a great club again.
Farhad Moshiri has, in my view, paid a too much cash out just to let Boys Pen Billy run this place like it was his own theatre of dreams.
In my view Roberto Martinez is taking a load of flak that BPB ought to be taking. He hired him and ought to have fired him before the Semi. Well, he hasn't; and he has let the poor man take the brunt of the wrath that should be directed at him.
Roberto believes in what his vision is and I see nothing wrong in trying to make it work. It won't by the look of it; and the feller who has the privilege of being Chairman of this club, has bottled out of telling the fans whether he is sacking him or backing him.
I don't blame Roberto Martinez, I blame the shyster who id the Chairman.
I think (hope?) that during the Summer Mr Moshiri will take over the major decision making in this club and we will see a new manager. I also think there will be major changes in the business side of things as well, with perhaps a new sponsor, a better Everton goods and improving our image in America and Asia to come.
If I'm wrong and Kenwright still rules the roost, then it wont be "Nothing will be the same" It'll be more like "Nothing again."
31 Posted 03/05/2016 at 16:01:00
32 Posted 03/05/2016 at 16:33:08
Surely, buggering up the "Player of the Season" vote isn't the clearest of messages, is it ?
'Cos frankly I just don't see how selecting Oumar Niasse, Aiden McGeady and Leandro Rodriguez as your "Player of the Season" gets the message over that you want Roberto Martinez replaced as manager at Everton Football Club.
So why not try busing these instead ?
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33 Posted 03/05/2016 at 16:49:35
But voting Niasse as player of the year is a lot of fun, too - I need all the joyful moments I can find...
34 Posted 03/05/2016 at 18:51:34
35 Posted 03/05/2016 at 20:32:02
I really believe it will be Pellegrini next season.
36 Posted 03/05/2016 at 23:21:34
Existing Season Ticket holders now have until midnight on Thursday 5 May to guarantee their seat online – or until 6pm on Thursday 5 May to renew over the phone or at the Goodison Box Office.
The decision to extend the Guarantee Your Seat sales period was made due to the high level of sales activity today (Tuesday) which resulted in delays for some fans both online and at the stadium.
37 Posted 03/05/2016 at 23:23:39
38 Posted 04/05/2016 at 00:15:17
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