AFC Bournemouth has announced season ticket prices for the Barclays Premier League 2015/16 season. The Cherries are preparing for a historic campaign, having won the Sky Bet Championship title in style. Eddie Howe’s team finished last term as the second tier’s top scorers as the club secured its highest ever finish to complete an incredible rise through the Football League. Their reward is to compete in the nation’s elite division and welcome the likes of Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal to the south coast. As mentioned in a letter to existing holders in March, prices for season tickets have risen with promotion. The club, which has once again been awarded Family Excellence status by the Football League, continues to offer outstanding value to families and Junior Cherries members. Season ticket prices for single Junior Cherries members will start at £115, with only Sunderland offering cheaper season tickets to young supporters in the Premier League during the 2014/15 campaign. Further discounts are available through family tickets, demonstrating the ongoing commitment to value for families. Full details of season ticket prices can be found below. Alternatively, click here for a larger version of the pricing structure. For information and prices for disabled supporter season tickets, click here. Please note, the club intends to keep its current cap of 7,000 season ticket holder seats. Season ticket holders' seats will be available to renew from Friday 5th June until Sunday 5th July. Renewal forms will be posted to existing holders by the end of May and fans are encouraged to make use of the full length of the renewal period. For more information about renewal details sent to season ticket holders, click here. Payment can be made in full by cash or cheque either in person at the ticket office. Alternatively, payment can be made by cheques sent in the post. The club has arranged with V12 Season Ticket Finance a financed option that will allow supporters to spread payments over four, six or eight months at a cost starting from 3.75% above the price of a season ticket.