Everton freeze season ticket prices for next season

Wednesday 4 January 2017  3 Comments  [Jump to last]
Everton's commitment to maintaining affordable ticket prices will continue into next season with the announcement that current season ticket rates will be retained or even reduced for 2017-18.

CEO Robert Elstone made the announcement at this evening's Annual General Meeting along with the introduction of a new Under-25s season ticket catering to 22-24 year-olds that will cost £380 per year.

Additionally, early-bird prices will become the standard price for all season tickets next season ensuring that no adult season ticket will cost more than £30 per game.  

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Paul Birmingham
2 Posted 05/01/2017 at 02:12:34
Good news! And a freeze for 5 years.

Brexit will have an impact, long and short term.

Patrick Murphy
3 Posted 05/01/2017 at 17:28:18
The Early Bird window has been dispensed with. However, if supporters want to take advantage of 12 monthly or 11 monthly payments they had better act quickly as the OS states:-

Sales will commence earlier than previous seasons in order to give fans the opportunity to take advantage of the extended Direct Debit options. From Monday 16 January, existing Season Ticket holders will be able to renew for 2017-18 and spread their payments over 12 months for the first time – and will have until Thursday 6 April to guarantee their same seats.


17/18 Season Tickets

Tony Draper
4 Posted 11/01/2017 at 15:51:50
The prices bloody well should be frozen. No prospect of any silverware by the 7th of January? Frankly, season ticket holders are due a complete freebie (certainly all the kids).

Why not? After all the overpaid clowns draw more in wages every week than the season ticket holders stump up.

22 years of barrenness. Tick, Tock!

BTW, thanks for all the silverware "Radio Billy", you never ever set foot in the Boys Pen, gobshite!

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