Season tickets for Wolves’ 2018/19 Premier League campaign will go on sale to existing season ticket holders today at 11am.
After six seasons in the EFL, Nuno Espirito Santo’s side put the finishing touches on a sensational return to the top flight with a brilliant 2-0 win over Midlands rivals Birmingham City at Molineux on Sunday.
Wolves’ next campaign will see the likes of Premier League champions Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United all visit Molineux, and there is only one way to guarantee your seat for every fixture.
Adult tickets start at £429, while supporters under-17 years of age can watch top flight football for under £8 a game, and under-12’s for just £3.63 per game, in any area of the stadium.
“The 2018/19 season ticket pricing structure is something we have been working on for a very long time, with great empathy and attention to detail,” said Wolves managing director Laurie Dalrymple.
“We believe that these prices illustrate our continued commitment to putting junior fans at the heart of our philosophy, whilst also keeping things affordable for supporters from every walk of life.
“As a way of illustrating how far we have come in a short space of time, last summer we were announcing initiatives to help re-engage supporters who were no longer coming to Molineux; but by the end of this season we have been selling out weeks in advance.
“We are trying to do something very special at Wolves, and I think our fans have seen the embryonic stage of that this season. Next season and beyond, we have a burning desire to progress in the top flight, and with that comes lots of hard work and significant investment.
“We have set our prices accordingly and we believe a season ticket at Molineux still offers exceptional value for money and one of the most affordable family day outs in the area - particularly when you take into account that next season we will be taking on some of the biggest names in world football, right here, in Wolverhampton.
Existing season ticket holders will have until midnight on 31st May to secure their seat for Wolves’ first season back in the top flight, with any remaining tickets going on sale at a future date.
For a full break down of prices throughout Molineux, please click here, and an extended video interview with Laurie Dalrymple will follow.
In line with supporter feedback, Wolves have also announced two further policy changes to improve supporter experience when purchasing tickets or contacting the club.
From Friday 1st June, a new local telephone number will replace the current national rate number, which will be free from landlines and most mobiles, and save supporters more than 13p a minute on calls to the Ticket Office and switchboard.
Furthermore, after a thorough evaluation of the current policy, the Ticket Office will be introducing a new booking fee policy that will be fairer for those booking multiple tickets. The current booking policy of £1.50 per ticket has been addressed, so that £1.50 will apply to the first ticket only in all transactions, and subsequent tickets will then incur a lower fee per ticket.
As ever, 2018/19 season ticket holders will receive a host of further benefits, including priority on all away and cup matches, free entry to all home under-23 fixtures and access to the North Bank Bar and Wolfie’s Den on matchdays.
New for the 2018/19 season, any season ticket holder that cannot attend a fixture will now have the ability to resell their seat officially through a club buy back scheme.
This transaction will earn the seller ‘Wolves Cash’, which can then be spent on merchandise at the Megastore, match tickets or even future season ticket renewal.
Supporters can also earn Wolves Cash by spending in store, on Wolves official travel or tickets for the museum. There are Wolves Cash bonuses for long serving season ticket holders, with more information on the scheme to be released in due course.
As well as that, season ticket holders receive a 10% discount on food in Sir Jack’s Restaurant, 25% off room hire at Molineux and discounts from other selected club partners.
All under-17 and under-12 season ticket holders will get automatic membership for the Wolf Pack, which includes an exclusive gift pack that will be available to collect from the Megastore, Wolfie’s Den or Ticket Office (supporters will receive a voucher to redeem).
Supporters will once again have the option to spread the cost of their season ticket over the course of the season, with more information on direct debit payment to be found in the FAQs.
Supporters who purchased their 17/18 season ticket via direct debit will have their season ticket renewed automatically via direct debit and will receive written details shortly.
The quickest and easiest method of renewal is online via www.wolvestickets.co.uk, but tickets can also be renewed via phone or in person at the Molineux Ticket Office from 11am on Wednesday 18th April.
Disabled supporters will be contacted by letter in the coming days with renewal information.
- For renewal season ticket prices click here.
- For season ticket FAQs please click here.
- For Terms and Conditions please click here.
All season ticket sales are subject to a £6 admin fee. To ask us a question, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0871 222 1877*
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