2009/10 season ticket prices frozen

Norwich City have frozen season ticket prices for next season, with money-saving initiatives for those choosing to renew early and innovative proposals for the 2009-10 campaign.

Norwich City have frozen season ticket prices for next season, with money-saving initiatives for those choosing to renew early and innovative proposals for the 2009-10 campaign.

Key features this year include:

t Prices in all areas frozen at existing levels

t Supporters can once again spread payments over 12 months


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t New season tickets on sale from day one

t Family area prices for under-12s remain at �25

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The price of a standard early renewal adult season ticket in the Barclay remains at just �366.

Supporters can save up to 13% on the cost of their season ticket by renewing before the first deadline.

The interest-free payment scheme is as popular as ever, with more than 11,000 fans last year choosing to spread the cost of buying their season tickets up to 12 months.

In a bid to continue to enable young fans to enjoy the excitement of first team football at Carrow Road, the Club is once again setting aside 150 seats in the Wensum Corner for casual tickets exclusively available to Under-12s and their parents/guardians, with Under-7s getting in free.

City Customer Services Manager, Richard Gough commented: "By freezing season ticket prices in all areas and once again offering supporters the opportunity to spread the cost of their season tickets up to 12 months interest-free, we are reaffirming the Club's commitment to its cherished core principle of affordable family football, particularly in these difficult financial times.

"The resilience of our support and the addition of over 300 half-season tickets in December means that there are now more season ticket holders at this Club than in any other time in its history. We thank each and every season ticket holder for this incredible support and it is our fervent hope that they will choose to renew for another season."

Chairman Roger Munby added: "My very specific appeal to fans is to continue to work with us through this difficult period of transforming the quality of our playing squad. This step-by-step process will take time and money and we fully recognise frustrations and disappointments along the way, especially in some recent performances.

"But we have achieved such a transformation before and I am confident we will succeed again. The most significant encouragement and support will come through a good take-up of season tickets and I hope our approach to prices will meet with fans' approval."

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