· Price freeze or reductions on all Early Bird season tickets
· Adults from £15 per game / U12’s from £1 per game, plus reduced to £3.48 (£80) in all other stands
· Open to all and massive savings on summer season ticket prices
· New and affordable ten monthly payment plan available
Early Bird 2016/17 has been launched: the special season ticket offer, which enables fans to guarantee their seat at every home league game, at the lowest possible price. The deadline for both renewals and new purchasers is at midnight this Sunday, March 13th.
Prices have been frozen for adults; lowered for under 12’s in most areas and come with huge savings versus summer season ticket prices.
There’s a new and reduced direct debit option for all fans to spread their payments over ten months at a cost effective rate and now with an auto-renew option.
Adult season tickets are priced at just £15 per league game behind the goals (£345 for the season, a £6 admin fee applies to all season tickets) or fans can spread their payments from just £37.10 per month over ten months, starting from 28th March 2016 until 28th December 2016.
Fans in the Billy Wright Upper will save as much as £46 at Early Bird compared with summer prices and – if the Merchandise Cash Bonus of £30 is considered – a massive £76 saving for supporters who’ve been season ticket holders for ten years or more.
The special ticketing deal, which is now in its fifteenth season, is open to all supporters, whether they are renewing their existing seat or purchasing a new season ticket.
· The Early Bird 2016/17 window opens on 12th February 2016 and closes on 13th March 2016.
An Early Bird season ticket entitles fans to all 23 home Sky Bet Football League games, plus a My Wolves Membership and lots of other great benefits – click HERE
for more details. Prices won’t change should the Club make the play-offs and subsequently be promoted.
Wolves are committed to encouraging the next generation of supporters to Molineux and U12 season ticket prices have been reduced in the Sir Jack Hayward, Stan Cullis and Billy Wright Upper Stands to just £3.48 per league game (£80 for the league season)
U12 Early Bird season ticket prices will remain at just £1 per league game (£23 per league season) in the Billy Wright Lower Family Area.
Click HERE to review the full table of pricing options.
Lynne O’Reardon, Head of Ticketing & Membership, Wolves, said, “We’ve been talking to supporter groups and fans throughout the season to discuss all things ticketing. The board is fully aware of the financial challenges many supporters face in these difficult times and it is committed to helping fans to support the team with the most cost effective pricing policies for matches at Molineux.
“We’ve openly explained how important season ticket holders are to the Club - from every possible angle – and our Early Bird is, once again, the cheapest possible way for fans to watch football at Molineux and to guarantee their chosen seat for all games.
“We are also planning to introduce new technology, and to change our terms and conditions, to enable season ticket holders to email access to their seat, to a family member or friend, when a match has been moved for TV or when they can’t make a particular game for any other reason.
“We believe we’ll be the first Club in football to make this type of technology available to fans and have taken this step, in part, due to the problems supporters incur as a consequence of fixture changes. This way fans can easily pass on their ticket to family, friends or colleagues to ensure the seat is used on match days.
“To encourage more and more children to attend matches, we will be launching a new Wolverhampton schools engagement scheme, to give local school kids even better access to games.
“We’d like to thank fans, as always, for their backing of Kenny and the first team throughout the ups and downs of this season and a special thank you to those supporters who’ve given up their time to share their views and ideas with us. We remain committed to building stronger relationships with our fan base both on and off the pitch.”