With the Championship title already won and promotion guaranteed to the top level of Scottish football, season ticket prices for season 2016/17 were always going to be of interest.
To that end, according to posts on social media today, renewals are now out in the post and it seems prices will be rising around 20% compared to this season. For example, a ticket in the Copland Rear has gone up from £348 for season 2015/16 to £420 for the forthcoming Premiership campaign. Existing season ticket holders will also have until Friday 3rd June to renew.
Whilst this represents a substantial rise for many supporters, the ongoing issues with retail monies and other onerous contracts means we will have to continue to play our part in funding the club. Expect more from the official site on this over the next day or two. In the meantime, why not take part in our quick Twitter poll below!?
Are you happy with the season ticket price rise announced today?— Frankie (@GersnetOnline) April 25, 2016
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