Date: 14th February 2020 at 7:00am
Written by: Zak Roome

Loads of Leeds United fans have been reacting on social media after the club announced that season ticket prices would be frozen for the ninth year running.

Chief Executive Angus Kinnear has stated that the decision to keep general admission season ticket prices as is for the ninth straight campaign is to thank supporters for their on-going loyalty.

There are currently more than 23,000 season tickets holders and those already in possession of one can renew their seat online for next term, while those who do not secure theirs within the first three weeks will receive paper forms.

“We are really pleased to announce yet another prize freeze on season tickets for the 2020/21 campaign to our supporters who continue to show unwavering support for the players and our club,” Kinnear said.

“This season we have once again generated the highest average attendances in the Football League and we take this opportunity to thank our fans for their outstanding loyalty.”

Should the club make new season tickets available?

Yes, the club must reward the most loyal supporters

Yes, the club must reward the most loyal supporters

No, allow others the chance to attend games

No, allow others the chance to attend games

The deadline for renewals is Friday, March 27 and there are currently no plans to make new season tickets available beyond that, while the club add that prices are subject to terms and conditions plus individual circumstances.

Those renewing online will also be offered the choice of financing payments through the club’s new partner Premium Credit, which will allow supporters to spread payments over a six-month period.

Here are some of the messages shared as fans reacted to news that season tickets for next season – which could feature Premier League football – were being offered for renewal at the price paid for the 2019/20 Championship campaign…

In other Leeds United news, the club will listen to offers for a one-time international this summer.

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