York City have announced an increase in their ticket prices ahead of the new season.
|“Watching professional football at York City still represents fantastic value when compared with ticket prices at rival clubs” – Nigel Worthington|
Season tickets are now on sale but have marginally risen in cost while match-day admission is increasing by £1.
An adult season ticket in the David Longhurst Stand lists at £275 if purchased before 30th June, which is an increase of £20 on last year. Meanwhile, the revised price on the turnstile is £18.
However, those supporters aged under-12 can still obtain a season ticket anywhere in the ground for just £50.
Most season tickets will cost more if they are acquired after the end of June, with the club maintaining a three-stage pricing structure, although once again fans may pay in instalments.
“The club has obviously taken the difﬁcult decision to make a small increase in the price of a ticket for next season,” manager Nigel Worthington told The Press. “It is not a decision the club has taken lightly. Everyone is aware these are still difﬁcult times economically for a lot of people.
“But the increase has been kept to a minimum and watching professional football at York City still represents fantastic value when compared with ticket prices at rival clubs.”
Link: Season Ticket Form Download 2014/15
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