Leeds United have announced that season ticket prices have been frozen again this year for fans renewing their existing season tickets. The prices come before the end of a season that could potentially end with Leeds gaining promotion.
Ben Mansford said, “We hope our supporters feel they have received value for their hard earned money this season so far and we are set for a very exciting end to the season.”
“At Leeds United we currently have our highest number of Season Ticket Holders since 2004, we are keen to reward and thank our loyal support, so I hope the offer of a price freeze demonstrates just how important you are to us.”
“Football isn’t a hobby to supporters of this football club, it’s so much more than that and I know you will show your support by renewing for next year if you can, you truly are a magnificent group of fans.”
Ticket prices for new season tickets have risen by around £50 in some areas but will reduce after the first year. The club will be expecting a high number of new season ticket holders after a very successful season and a very good home record. The club have been very strong at home and will be looking to finish with two more strong performances starting against Wolves today.