Everton have confirmed that 2022/23 Season Tickets renewals will begin on Tuesday 22 February 2022 and that prices will be increasing for next season.
Current Season Ticket Members will have until Friday 29 April to secure their existing seat, with the club once again offering flexible payment options, including a 12-month Direct Debit scheme.
Existing Season Ticket Members currently paying for their seat by Direct Debit have the opportunity to opt-in to auto-renew their seat prior to the renewal window opening on Tuesday 22 February 2022.
As communicated in October, Season Ticket prices will rise for the first time since 2014/15 — and seven seasons on from a price reduction that, due to ongoing freezes, has remained the Season Ticket pricing structure up to and including the current campaign.
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The club estimate that had prices not been regularly frozen and instead risen with inflation over the past decade, an adult Season Ticket at Goodison Park would now be upwards of 25% more expensive and that the average price across all Season Ticket categories (from kids through to seniors) would be 46% more expensive.
An adult Season Ticket will start from just £465 - an increase of less than £2.40 per game on current season prices.
Adult Season Tickets in the Howard Kendall Lower Gwladys Street and Lower Bullens will cost £535 each, while seasonal memberships in the Howard Kendall Upper Gwladys Street, Top Balcony and Paddock are available for renewal at £580. Adult supporters renewing in the Upper Bullens and Main Stand can purchase for £605, and Blues in the Sir Philip Carter Park Stand can secure their seat for £625 for next season.
The club has also maintained its commitment to making football affordable for youngsters, with existing categories for kids, juniors and teens remaining amongst the most competitive in the league. The popular tiered step-up for young adults moving into the adult bracket will also be retained to help support Evertonians aged between 18-24 progress into further education, training or first-time employment.
Concession tickets for young adults (18-21) and seniors (over 65) are available for just £330, a rise of £1.63 per game compared to 2021/22. That means an adult aged between 18 to 21, or supporters aged over 65, can watch every Premier League fixture at Goodison next season for less than £17.50 a match.
To reward current Season Ticket Members over the age of 90 for their commitment and loyalty, Everton will offer a complimentary Season Ticket for the time the club remains at Goodison Park.
Young adults aged 22-24 can renew their Season Ticket for £410, which equates to less than £22 per game.
At £125, a Season Ticket for a child aged 10 or under will amount to as little as £6.58 a match. Season Ticket seats for juniors, those aged 11-17, will work out at less than £9.50 for each time they pass through the turnstiles at Goodison Park (£180).
Existing Season Ticket Members will be able to take advantage of a 12-month Direct Debit option if they renew by Monday 28 February. Equally spreading the payments over 12 months would see an Adult Season Ticket in the Howard Kendall Lower Gwladys Street costing less than £47.50 per month.
Further Direct Debit schemes of 11, 10 and nine months will also be available for renewal or new purchases made prior to Thursday 31 March, Friday 29 April and Friday 20 May respectively.
Every Season Ticket will be issued digitally for 2022/23, enabling supporters to access the stadium using their smart mobile phone. If preferred, Season Ticket Members will also be offered the option to purchase a physical Season Card at an additional cost of £5. For the first time, Season Ticket Members in 2022/23 will be able to assign their seat to a fellow Blue using a ‘Friends & Family' functionality option within their digital ticketing account, in addition to the existing option to resell their seat on the official Resale Platform, should they be unable to make the game.
Once the renewal window has opened on Tuesday 22 February, Season Ticket Members will be able to renew their seat online, over the phone by calling 0151 556 1878, or by visiting the Goodison Park Box Office in person.
For 2022/23, Season Ticket Members will be able to request a seat transfer from the point of renewal until the renewal deadline on 29 April. Where possible, transfers will then be processed. An 11-day window will open from Tuesday 10 May, in which any unrenewed Season Tickets will be offered to those at the top of the club's Season Ticket Waiting List. Qualifying supporters will be contacted by email, with priority given to Official Members in Tier One of the Waiting List.
Supporters who have collected points through the club's loyalty scheme, Everton Rewards, can use their saved points towards the cost of their Season Ticket. Everton Rewards members can collect points by purchasing Everton tickets, experiences and merchandise and engaging with the club online at evertonfc.com or with the official Everton accounts on social media. To learn more and become an Everton Rewards member, visit evertonfc.com/rewards
Supporters who have accrued credit on their ticketing account from refunded fixtures will also be able to use any available credit against the cost of their Season Ticket, further reducing their cost.
As ever, 2022/23 Season Tickets will come with an associated package of exclusive benefits, offers and discounts. More details will be communicated directly to fans in due course.
Existing Goodison Park Seasonal Hospitality Members will be contacted by their Account Manager in the coming weeks with more information about their renewal options and the new pricing structure for 2022/23.
To find out more about Everton's 2022/23 Season Tickets, visit evertonfc.com/seasontickets
Everton's 2022/23 Season Ticket prices — At A Glance
Adult (25-64) - from £465, less than £25 a game
Concession (65+) - £330 anywhere in the stadium, less than £17.50 a game
Young adult (22-24) - £410 anywhere in the stadium, less than £21.58 a game
Young adult (18-21) - £330 anywhere in the stadium, less than £17.50 a game
Junior (11-17) - £180 anywhere in the stadium, less than £9.50 a game
Kid (10 or under) - £125 anywhere in the stadium, just £6.58 a game
Concession (90+) - FREE anywhere in the stadium
Existing Season Ticket Members currently paying for their seat by Direct Debit can opt in and auto renew from today
Existing Season Ticket members can opt in and auto-renew between Tuesday 15 February and Monday 21 February 2022
Season Ticket renewal window opens Tuesday 22 February 2022
Season Ticket renewal deadline Friday 29 April 2022
2022/23 Season Tickets available to Waiting List from Tuesday 10 May 2022
Waiting List window closes Friday 20 May 2022
12-month Direct Debit deadline Monday 28 February 2022
11-month Direct Debit deadline Thursday 31 March 2022
10-month Direct Debit deadline Friday 29 April 2022
9-month Direct Debit deadline Friday 20 May 2022
For full details, including prices, terms and conditions, click here.
12, 11 and 10-month Direct Debit schemes apply to renewals only. Nine-month Direct Debit scheme applies to renewals and new Season Ticket purchases.
Credit is provided subject to status. Terms and conditions apply, including a transaction fee of £30 which is included in this example. Credit is available to over-18s only. If you do not keep up the repayments on your credit agreement your Season Ticket may be cancelled.
Reader Comments (11)
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1 Posted 15/02/2022 at 12:48:02
There are increases but not as much as I thought they would be, for example an Upper Gwladys ticket for 25 - 64 year old will be £580 it was circa £525 for this season.
2 Posted 15/02/2022 at 14:18:59
The cut off for STH's to renew is too early though at 29th April. We could still be in danger of relegation with 4 matches to go !
3 Posted 15/02/2022 at 15:21:20
4 Posted 15/02/2022 at 18:02:51
I was born in 1950 just weeks before the beginning of season 1950-51 but I can't remember much about it!
5 Posted 15/02/2022 at 19:24:02
I am assuming it is a one off charge, otherwise over 10 Months, thats an extra £300 in transactions.
6 Posted 15/02/2022 at 19:48:31
7 Posted 15/02/2022 at 19:59:25
8 Posted 15/02/2022 at 20:58:44
I've no complaints whatsoever about the increase and think we'll remain well towards the lower end of the table for the cost of a season ticket while we obviously work our way up the table on points gained.
9 Posted 16/02/2022 at 08:13:43
10 Posted 16/02/2022 at 08:51:42
Hope you get lucky this time Brian.
11 Posted 17/02/2022 at 10:23:10
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