Everton 2020-21 Season Ticket renewal window now open

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Everton Season Ticket Members can guarantee their seat at Goodison Park for the 2020-21 campaign when the Club's Season Ticket renewals window opens at 8am on Tuesday 14 January.

Season Ticket Members also have until Friday 31 January to take advantage of the Club's 12-month Direct Debit payment plan. Ten- and 11-month Direct Debit options are also available, or supporters can choose to renew their Season Ticket by paying in full via cash, cheque, debit or credit card.

Any supporter who takes up a Direct Debit payment plan for 2020-21 will also have the option of auto-renewing for the 2021-22 season, ensuring they keep their Goodison seat at a time when demand for tickets is at an all-time high. 

For the past three seasons, the Club has reached its Season Ticket cap and sold out all 19 Premier League home games, while the number of fans registering for the Waiting List continues to grow.

Fans registered for Everton's official rewards programme, Rewards4Football, prior to renewing their Season Ticket will receive points which can be redeemed to save money on future Club purchases including tickets, Goodison Tours, Official Membership and future Season Tickets.

Rewards4Football enables supporters to collect points when they make purchases with or engage with Everton, as well as on their everyday spending with more than 4,000 other Rewards4Football partners. Fans can sign up for free at evertonfc.com/rewards. For full terms and conditions visit evertonfc.com/rewards/TsCs

In December, the Club revealed a price freeze on all Season Tickets for 2020-21 —marking the fifth consecutive year prices for ALL Season Tickets have remained unchanged at Everton.

This pricing policy further underlines the Club's ongoing commitment to its fans and means that, for the 2020-21 campaign, Season Tickets cost £95 for ALL Under-11s, £149 for ALL fans aged 11 to 18 and £299 for ALL fans aged 18 to 21 or 65 and above. For young adults aged 22 to 24, prices are just £380 — and from £420 for all other adults.

These prices equate to just £5 per game for Under-11s, less than £8 per game for 11- to 18-year-olds and less than £16 per game for 18- to 21-year-olds and fans aged 65 or above. In the adult categories, prices are just £20 per game for 22- to 24-year-olds and from less than £23 for all other adults.

Richard Kenyon, Director of Marketing, Communications and Community at Everton Football Club, said: “Our Direct Debit and auto-renewal schemes were introduced to help make Season Ticket renewals easier for fans and to help with affordability as payments can now be spread across a 12-month period. This has proven very popular, with around a third of Season Ticket Members taking up the option.

“As well as spreading the payments and knowing they will automatically be guaranteed a place at Goodison Park for the following season, fans are also ‘locking-in' their chosen seat which we know is important to many Evertonians.”

Season Ticket Members will continue to have access to a wide range of additional benefits, including:

•           10% discount on Club merchandise

•           Invitations to exclusive events

•           Free access to Under-23 and Women's fixtures.

•           Selected live match streams

•           Exclusive online content

•           10% discount on Everton Soccer Schools (children aged 4 to 14 years)

•           Automatic membership to the Fans' Panel

•           Exclusive prize draws

•           20% discount on Stadium Tours

•           AutoCup scheme - offers the chance to secure your seat(s) to all home domestic cup games, removing the need to purchase tickets for each round of both cup competitions.

Those who do not renew before the final deadline of midnight on Thursday 2 April will lose their seat and miss out on watching the Blues at all 19 Premier League home matches next season.

After the deadline has passed and once seat transfer requests have been processed all non-renewed Season Ticket seats will be made available for those on the Season Ticket Waiting List.

Visit: evertonfc.com/onwards  for more information on Everton Season Ticket Renewals

 

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Jim Bennings
1 Posted 15/01/2020 at 07:58:32
Way way way too early to be shuffling next season on us.

It’s January in the middle of another poor season and already two weeks after Christmas we are being given this information?

Any renewal dates for existing season ticket holders should be the first week of April until the first week of May.

Tony Abrahams
2 Posted 15/01/2020 at 08:10:53
They know they have got some of the loyalist fans in the country Jim, I just hope they also know that some of the demand for season tickets, is because the final ever match at Goodison Pk, is not that far away?
Martin Nicholls
3 Posted 15/01/2020 at 08:24:43
As a season ticket holder who pays for more than one ticket, I can't see the problem with this. It might well seem a little early but it provides options, one of which is the opportunity to pay over the full 2020 calendar year - I'm fortunate enough not to have to avail myself of this facility but I'm sure there are many who welcome it. For those like myself, it provides a full 10 weeks notice of the final renewal deadline - not unreasonable.
John Raftery
4 Posted 15/01/2020 at 09:21:04
The timeline for sales is the same as last year. With 12000 on the waiting list it makes financial sense for the club bring the money in as soon as possible. They may only be worth £14m but ticket sales remain an important component of our revenue.
Tony Everan
5 Posted 15/01/2020 at 09:38:13
The waiting list highlights that the demand is there even though recent success has been very limited. This demand will go through the roof for the world class new stadium coupled with improved on- field performance. I know it's going off on a bit of a tangent to this thread but the BMD's 52k needs to be upped a bit to satisfy that guaranteed increased demand.
Jim Bennings
6 Posted 15/01/2020 at 10:40:16
It’s one reason why the club feels quite comfortable that never achieving anything worthwhile the loyal fans keep coming back to be served roughly the same season every year.

7th or 8th place finishes on a good year, 11th or lower in a bad.

Roughly the same points total (Martinez first season broke the mound)

Same failures in the domestic Cups.

Poor form year in year out blamed on injuries and tales of woe.

Hopefully Ancelotti can bring world class talent in during the summer because it will be more of the same if not.

Alan Rodgers
8 Posted 15/01/2020 at 19:01:29
The deadline for renewing season tickets is 2nd April. What's the problem?
Brian Williams
9 Posted 15/01/2020 at 19:15:55
Alan #8.
There isn't one mate, though some will always find something to be negative about. 😤
Anthony Dove
10 Posted 16/01/2020 at 21:38:55
I did my research on this last season. No other club in the
Premiership had a deadline in April, never mind the 2nd, and most were after the end of the season or the end of May. Make of that what you will.
The deadline for renewals was announced after the AGM
so again make of it what you will. I know my views.

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