How Sheffield United's season ticket prices compare to Derby County, West Brom and rest of Championship rivals
Sheffield United froze season ticket prices for fans returning to Bramall Lane next season following their relegation from the Premier League.
Fans have been able to renew their season passes since last month, with those who had credit from the curtailed 2019/20 season able to deduct that from the cost of their ticket for the next campaign in the Championship.
United also introduced a new concept of ClubCash, where fans will get a percentage of their ticket spend for use in the Blades’ club shop, and the cost works out from just over £15 per game for adults, and from £2.32 for juniors.
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United will find out next Thursday their fixture list for the new campaign, and there is hope that they will be able to welcome back fans properly for the first time in well over a year at some stage next season.
The Blades were allowed to have a few thousand fans in Bramall Lane for the final game of their Premier League adventure against Burnley, but a full Bramall Lane hasn’t been seen since their victory over Norwich City in March 2020.
So, how does the Blades’ season ticket price rank amongst the rest of their Championship rivals?
We crunched the numbers to compare United’s 2021/22 adult season ticket prices against the rest of the second-tier clubs who have made the data publicly available at the time of writing. Some, it must be said, are discounted ‘early bird’ prices and may change into the summer. But here, from high to low, is how the Blades compare…