Leeds United today revealed its season ticket prices for the 2013/14 season.
Tickets will be available from March 18 and the prices stated will remain in place until the April 20, after which no further tickets will be sold until the club’s divisional status for 2013/14 is confirmed.
Adult season ticket holders who renew in the Revie Stand (North stand) will be paying £445 compared with an early renewal of £516 for this campaign.
Another major saving is West Stand season tickets.
Adult renewals are £537 compared to an early renewal price of this season of £633.
A full breakdown of prices is available on the club website at: www.leedsunited.com
The club has created a new young adult category for fans aged between 16 and 21. They will pay just £316 for a South Stand season ticket.
Shaun Harvey, chief executive said: “We have considered all the points raised with the club in relation to ticket pricing. We hope that we have been able to address the majority of those within the work we have done in arriving at these prices and policy.
“We hope that they are well received and this is reflected in the take up rate from both existing season ticket holders, as well as new applicants. The level of fans response will form an integral part of our budgeting process for the squad next season.
“The period to purchase the tickets is relatively short but we hope that the fact that renewals have not been sought as early as in previous seasons and that we have the five-month interest free credit meaning that not all the payment is required straight away, then fans can find this acceptable.
“All the season ticket prices are reduced in price when compared to the earliest renewal price available in the 2012/13 season. The ticket office are available to answer any questions on 0871 334 1992.”
The April 20 is also the date by which existing Season Ticket Holders have until, to guarantee use of their current seat.
Applications can be made online or in person at the ticket office from the March 18. Applications will not be limited to online only and the traditional application form.