Wolves have announced match ticket prices for the upcoming 2014/2015 season, which are lower than the club’s last Sky Bet Championship campaign.
Adult Championship prices are lower by £1 across all stands than the 2012/13 season whilst concession prices have been frozen. The Club has also reminded fans of the removal of the booking fee for print@home tickets and My Wolves members (who book online), which has so far seen thousands of fans make considerable savings whilst making their visit to Molineux even more convenient and hassle free.
An adult ticket behind the goals is £23 (£22 for members in the Stan Cullis stand) and u12s in the Family Area can enjoy a Championship fixture for just £5. Click HERE for all the match to match ticket prices.
However, the cheapest way to watch football at Molineux will always be as a season ticket holder with adult prices now starting at £370 behind the goals, which equates to just £16 per league fixture.
So far, 12,800 supporters have signed up to watch every game next season, with Wolves aiming to sign up 14,500 season ticket holders. Click HERE for more details.
Lynne O’Reardon, Head of Ticketing & Membership, Wolves, said: “We hope these reduced ticket prices will encourage even more fans through Molineux’s turnstiles after last season’s impressive attendances.
“In addition we will be running some great ticketing promotions throughout the season, but, as always, the cheapest way to enjoy football at Molineux will always be as a season ticket holder.
“We’ve sold over 12,800 season tickets so far and the target is to reach 14,500 by the start of the new campaign. Fans should contact the Ticket Office for more details.”