Season ticket prices frozen at Norwich City for fourth consecutive season
PUBLISHED: 11:05 16 January 2017 | UPDATED: 15:08 16 January 2017
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Season ticket prices have been announced by Norwich City for the 2017/18 campaign - and have been frozen for a fourth consecutive season.
Supporters are being sent full details this week, with adult ticket prices equating to less than £22 per Championship match, for fans who renew before the first deadline on Saturday, February 11 – a saving of over £150 on casual ticket prices.
Two further renewal periods with deadlines on Saturday, March 11 and Sunday, May 7 will follow.
Chief executive Jez Moxey said in a statement: “Since I arrived last summer I have been hugely impressed by the strength and loyalty of the support for this football club from our fans.
“Their backing for the team home and away is fantastic and is definitely appreciated by the players and the club in general.
“We’re really pleased to be able to freeze season ticket prices for the fourth consecutive year in recognition of the supporters’ passion and commitment and I would urge season ticket holders to take advantage of the best possible prices available to those who renew before the first deadline on 11 February.”
The club’s season ticket booklet, entitled ‘You are City, you are Carrow Road, stay part of the family’, shows that the first deadline price for adults starts from £499.50 and increases to £585 ahead of the final deadline.
Tickets for under-18s can be purchased at £180.50 in the Barclay Stand or from £94.75 in family areas.
City have also released a video featuring fans talking about why they buy a season ticket, which can be viewed above. For full pricing and purchase information, see www.canaries.co.uk.