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2016/17 season ticket prices frozen

Posted: Wed 18 May 2016
Author: afcb.co.uk

AFC Bournemouth chief executive Neill Blake has confirmed that season ticket and matchday ticket prices will be frozen for the 2016/17 Premier League campaign.

There will be no additional season tickets available for the Cherries’ second season in the top flight, but all prices across the board are set to remain unchanged.
 
This means that the cheapest adult season ticket will remain at £550 and the lowest matchday ticket stays at £32 for a full paying adult. The only addition to the pricing structure is a new concessionary rate for supporters under the age of 21.
 
"As a board we are delighted to be able to freeze season ticket and matchday ticket prices for next season," Blake told afcb.co.uk.
 
"We have a commitment to our supporters to try and keep football affordable and hopefully this shows that they have been at the forefront of our thinking when deciding the pricing for the next campaign.
 
"We have introduced a new under-21 price in a bid to make football more affordable for young supporters who are not in full time education, another move that we felt was vitally important.
 
"The board is delighted with the progress made on the pitch this season and is looking forward to a successful second season in the Premier League with the continued loyal support of our fans."
 
Season ticket renewal documentation will be posted to all season ticket holders before the end of May, with renewals beginning on Monday 6th June and ceasing on Sunday 3rd July.
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