Manchester United has confirmed that season and match ticket prices will be frozen for a seventh consecutive season, ahead of the 2018/19 campaign, making an eighth price freeze in nine years.
In that time, fans have enjoyed a price reduction of nearly 17 per cent in real terms.
In addition, the club has announced a new £15 ticket for fans aged 18-25, with pitch-side seats in the lower Stretford End, reinforcing the club’s commitment to a vibrant atmosphere, while also helping younger fans to watch live, affordable football.
Other concessions include:
• £10 per game Season Ticket price for Under 16s (Family areas)
• Half-price tickets for Under 18s & 65+ (prices from £14 per game)
• 25 per cent discount for 18-20 year olds
Also, supporters will receive a 25 per cent reduction for Carabao Cup home games.
Manchester United’s Group Managing Director Richard Arnold commented:
“The club enjoys unparalleled support and we recognise the sacrifice many fans make to watch the team home and away. Continuing the freeze in match and season tickets for next season is driven by our belief in supporting fans attending our games.
“The introduction of reduced ticket prices for young adults in the Stretford End lower tier stems from suggestions generated by fan groups through our Fans’ Forum, aimed at building on the tradition of vibrant support.”
Further information is available at www.manutd.com/seasontickets.