Stoke City Season Tickets are to go back on sale, with the Club looking to offer fans the best possible value for their remaining 16 Premier League games of the season at the Britannia Stadium.
The Club have taken the bold step after reviewing attendances for the first two home games and listening to feedback from supporters over the pricing structure of matchday ticketing.
The new Season Tickets, which will be valid from the West Bromwich Albion game on Saturday 19th October onwards, start at just £336 for adults, which equates to £21 per game, whilst Under-17 prices work out at only £10 per game.
Season Tickets for Under-11s in all areas of the stadium will be available for just £80, which works out at £5 per game, while Under-14s Season Tickets for the Family Area will be available at the same price.
The Potters have made a highly encouraging start to the 2013/14 season under new manager Mark Hughes, taking seven points from their opening four games.
A crowd of 25,052 saw the side claim a thoroughly deserved point against Manchester City at the Britannia Stadium last weekend, compared with the 27,101 who witnessed the corresponding fixture last season.
Chief Executive Tony Scholes explained:
“The team have made a really positive start to the season under Mark Hughes.
“However, arguably as a hangover from last season there’s no disguising the fact that there has been a decrease in attendances at the Britannia Stadium.
“This may be due to a number of factors, but is we believe, primarily due to the decline in our Season Ticket sales in March and the current economic environment.