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21 March 2013

Less than £15 per game for 2013/14, with new three year option as well

Town have frozen season ticket prices for a third successive year and have also launched a three-year season ticket opportunity.

It’s the seventh time in 11 years that prices have been frozen, with the Club also continuing the 12 month direct debit payment facility that was launched last year. 

Any supporter who purchases a season ticket online by the early bird deadline of midday on April 12 will qualify for the price freeze, while those who used the direct debit scheme for 2012/13 have been automatically renewed at the frozen prices for 2013/14.   

Supporters can also purchase a three year season ticket locked at this year’s price. Payment has to be made in one instalment and by the early bird deadline.   

Fans under 11 can again purchase a season ticket for just £10, while the average cost a season ticket holder will pay to watch Town in League action at Portman Road next season is £14.70 per game.

Season ticket holders in the lower Sir Bobby Robson Stand for example will save £200 compared to buying matchday tickets in that area.

Prices for supporters who do not renew or purchase online will be subject to an increase of five per cent.

Season ticket packs are being sent out to season ticket holders now but you can click here for full details for 2013/14.


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