Savings for all ages with adults down a fiver on a matchday
The Club have cut the price of match tickets for all ages next season, with adults saving up to £5 compared to last year and youngsters saving as much as £6.50.
Adults will be able to purchase match tickets from £25 (£27.50 non-matchday last season) for the 2017/18 campaign, while the price for seniors is down to £18.
With the age ranges changing from under 16 to under 19 and under 20 to under 23 for the new season, youngsters will benefit considerably with those under 19 paying £8 and those under 23 paying £15. Under 16s paid £11.50 last year and under 20s paid £18.
With the Club continuing to target the youngest Blues, an under 12 in the family area will pay just £3 for a match ticket next season. Last season the corresponding ticket was £8.50.
In addition, the £2.50 increase for tickets purchased on matchday (for adults and £1.00 for juniors) has been scrapped, meaning that an adult who buys a ticket on matchday in the lower tier of the Sir Bobby Robson Stand and the Sir Alf Ramsey Stand will pay £25 and not £30 as last season and a youngster in the family area will pay £3 and not £9.50.
Season tickets still remain the best value for money at Portman Road though, with adults paying from £18.40 per game for the new campaign.