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SEASON-TICKET PRICE FREEZE

15 July 2015





  • Prices frozen
  • New under-21 price
  • Extended travel zone
  • CLICK HERE for price listing
Brighton & Hove Albion have frozen season-ticket prices for next season, extended the subsidised travel zone and introduced a new age bracket for fans aged under 21.
 

Aside from the price freeze, the club has introduced a new under-21 price for fans in the 18-to-20 age bracket, while the transport levy has also been frozen.
 
As a further boost to Albion supporters, the club has extended subsidised travel zone from Eastbourne in the east and Worthing in the west.

Meanwhile the club has frozen catering prices, ecash will be phased out ahead of next season in favour of new contactless technology.

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Chairman Tony Bloom, speaking in February, said, “I’m sure fans will be pleased to hear that we’ve frozen prices for next season.

"We’ve also introduced the new price for fans in the 18-to-20 age bracket as we know many of our season-ticket holders in this age group are still in full-time education, or beginning their careers typically on lower incomes.
 
“We have listened and evaluated feedback on this issue and now this group will benefit from a 30% reduction on adult prices.

“On the travel front, we’ve frozen the transport levy, although our own costs have risen. The board has opted to absorb these costs to ensure the cost of watching the Albion remains as affordable as possible.
 
“In addition, and to further help our fans travelling from outside the existing subsidised travel zone, we’ve extended the zone with Southern Trains."
 
Click here for more information about purchasing a season ticket for 2015/16. 

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