Huddersfield Town Show How it Should Be Done With 2018/19 Season Ticket Prices

Huddersfield Town Show How it Should Be Done With 2018/19 Season Ticket Prices

Huddersfield Town have shown how it should be done with their 2018/19 season ticket prices.

The Terriers are coping well with their first season in the English Premier League, sitting 11th in the table after 22 games.

And you’d fancy them to stay up if they manage to take around 10 more points from their remaining games.

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With the prospect of more Premier League football next term, you’d think Huddersfield would take advantage of the supporters keen to see them taking on England’s biggest teams on a regular basis.

But they won’t – confirming cheap season ticket prices that won’t change regardless of the division David Wagner’s men end up playing in next campaign.

According to Richard Sutcliffe of the Yorkshire Post:

Those are some great prices from Huddersfield, with their adult ticket price pennies when you compare it to the prices of some other Premier League teams.

Take Arsenal, for example, whose most expensive season ticket for this season is £1,768, while Tottenham are close to that with a most expensive price of £1,700 for the campaign.

Huddersfield should definitely be praised for their willingness to reward fans with affordable prices – even with Premier League football at the club.


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