Canaries announce season ticket price freeze for eighth consecutive year
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Norwich City have announced a price freeze on season tickets for the eighth consecutive year, ahead of the 2020-21 season.
The Canaries do not yet know whether they will be playing in the Premier League or the Championship next season, with Daniel Farke's team sitting eight points from safety with 16 games of the top-flight campaign remaining.
The frozen prices mean that the cheapest adult season tickets remain £499.50, which are available in the Barclay Stand, Thorpe Corner and the family areas in the Regency Security Stand, Aviva Community Stand and Wensum Corner - which works out to £26.29 per game for a Premier League season, or £21.72 in the Championship.
The most expensive seats in standard areas are the central sections in the South Stand and the Geoffrey Watling City Stand, at £560.50, which works out to £29.50 in the top flight and £24.37 in the Championship.
The first renewal deadline, for the cheapest available prices, will be on Friday, February 21.
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Around 14,000 of the clubs season tickets holders, of which there are around 22,000 in total, use a direct debit scheme to spread the cost of their season ticket over a 12-month period, interest-free. This will continue and those currently using the scheme will have their plan automatically renewed. Those not intending to renew have until the end of February to inform the club's ticket office.
City's chief operating officer, Ben Kensell, said: "As always, our support both home and away has been second to none throughout the course of the current season.
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"That support is greatly appreciated by all areas of the football club and for that we're truly grateful.
"We continue to strive to give our supporters a club that they can truly be proud of. Keeping season ticket prices frozen for an eighth consecutive season very much demonstrates our commitment to ensuring Carrow Road is an affordable and enjoyable venue for our supporters to cheer on Daniel and the team."
- Season ticket renewals packs are being sent out from this week. For further details, go to canaries.co.uk.