New Posh fans will pay a higher price to watch Championship football next season
Any new Peterborough United fan considering a season ticket to watch Championship football next season will pay a 25% higher price than existing supporters.
A season pass for any of the three main stands will set you back £529 compared to £439 for 2020-21 season tickets holders - a difference of £90.
Before promotion to the Championship was achieved last Saturday (May 1) new season ticket holders would have paid £489 for the 2021-22 campaign. The price was promptly increased by £40 after the 3-3 draw with Lincoln City
The club have retained the same 2020-21 price levels for existing season ticket holders, providing they purchase before or on May 31. Current seats will be retained until that date.
Those who opted for a price freeze rather than a refund when it became apparent fans would not be back at the Weston Homes Stadium this season will pay £439 in the three main stands. Those who donated their season ticket money to the Posh Academy will pay £459 up until May 31.
Prices for existing season ticket holders after May 31 have yet to be announced.
Posh have also yet to reveal admission details for the London Road End. Posh no longer have an exemption to use a terrace after spending three seasons in the Championship since 2009. The club have applied for an extension due to the lack of income for the past 18 months, but if they fail it’s expected seats will be bolted onto the existing steps.
Discounts are available for senior citizens (over 65), under 22s and under 18s. Under 12s will be admitted free of charge if accompanied by a full paying adult.
Full price details on www.theposh.com.