Palace join in big freeze

Selhurst Park. PICTURE BY EDMUND BOYDEN.

Selhurst Park. PICTURE BY EDMUND BOYDEN.

First published in Sport

THE weather isn’t the only thing freezing at the minute - so are Crystal Palace season ticket prices for next season.

Palace this morning unveiled several incentives to sign up early for your Selhurst seat in the 2013-14 campaign, including a promise to freeze season tickets at this season’s rate even if the promotion-chasing Eagles go on to reach the Premier League.

The offer applies to the first stage of the season ticket sale, which gets underway on Saturday ahead of Blackpool’s visit to SE25.

Supporters are being urged to sign up now because Palace say the present price scheme will change if the club do go up in May.

Prices currently start at £360 per season for adults.

Other incentives to buy now include:

Free season tickets for U10s in the family areas (one free ticket for every adult ticket purchased).

Junior season ticket prices apply up to U18 and prices start from just £5 per game/£115 per season.

Junior season tickets may be used by adults at no extra charge for midweek evening games.

A new concession category offers discounted prices for the 18-21 year age group. Prices start at £199 for the season.

Discounts for full-time students of all ages and those aged over 65.

A new 12-month instalment plan from £35 per month.

Crystal Palace’s new instalment plan means that supporters who enrol in the scheme can pay for their season tickets by standing order in 12 equal monthly instalments.

The first instalment is in January 2013 and the last is in December 2013.

Adult prices start from £35 per month.

A Palace spokesman said: “Finally, if you are not already a season ticket holder but thinking of becoming one in 2013/14, here is one more special incentive.

“Buy a ‘Selhurst Six’ ticket now, which allows you to watch any six remaining games this season, and when you order a 2013/14 season ticket we will refund half the price of the Selhurst Six - giving you six games for the price of three.”

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