Supporters of promotion-chasing Sheffield Wednesday have been handed another opportunity to secure next year’s season tickets at Championship prices.
More than 14,000 supporters took advantage of Wednesday’s advanced saver period earlier this year which allowed the purchase of one, two or three-year season tickets.
And from today until April 14 Wednesdayites cane secure a season ticket at early bird prices, starting at £455 for adults.
The latest early bird pricing scheme includes the new under-25s pricing bracket introduced during the advanced saver period with prices starting at £355.
And there are cheaper prices available for under-17s and under-11s who opt to sit in the family area of the grandstand, priced at £90 and £45 respectively.
Early bird prices for adults and concessions have increased around 15 to 17 per cent from those of last year.
Prices for under-17s and under-11s have increased by 50 per cent in all areas of the ground except for the dedicated family area in the grandstand where they will be ten per cent cheaper than last season.
At the close of business on April 14, season tickets will be taken off sale until it is confirmed which division Wednesday will be playing in next season.
Two finance options are available to supporters, with the ability to pay over eight months or take out an Owls MasterCard for nine months’ interest free credit.
EARLY BIRD PRICES
ADULTS: Kop £455; North £555; Grandstand £555; South £640
U25s: Kop £355; North £435; Grandstand £435; South £500
CONCESSIONS: Kop £255; North £315; Grandstand £315; South £360
- Concessions include over 65s, 17-20 year olds, members of the armed forces, full time students and disabled supporters
U17s: Kop £150; North £150; Grandstand £90; South £150
U11s: Kop £75; North £75; Grandstand £45; South £75