Yesterday Everton declared that 2015/16’s season ticket prices are to be cheaper than this season’s.
With other Premier League teams’ prices into consideration, the Blues’ prices weren’t the most expensive this season and now a freeze has been announced for next season.
There was a record number of season ticket purchasers for this season, 4000 on top of the already 30,000; and it is those who will reap the most of the rewards.
In addition to the club announcing this freeze on prices, there is also a minimum 25 per cent saving as an Early Bird Discount when bought before the 24th May.
Next year’s season tickets go on sale from 8am Monday 23rd February and prices start from £444 for adult, £328 for concession, £149 for under 16s and just £95 for under 11s.
The Liverpool Echo quoted Chief Executive Robert Elstone as saying, "The commitment of the Club to providing value for money and to making the game accessible to the widest possible cross-section of supporters, means I’m pleased to confirm a price freeze on all Season Ticket offers.
We also work hard every season to offer diverse payment options to help fans spread the cost. A fair pricing policy and the ambition demonstrated by the Club both on and off the pitch continues to ensure that average attendance remains up and Goodison Park plays out to more full houses, giving the team the best possible chance of success."