Wolves’ match-to-match ticket prices for the 2018/19 Premier League season have been launched ahead of Everton tickets going on sale this Saturday.
Tickets for Nuno’s side’s mouth-watering curtain raiser at home to The Toffees go on sale to supporters with 150 loyalty points or more from 9am, with adult prices starting at just £27 behind the goals, which is just a £2 increase for the same seat last season.
Furthermore, the newly refurbished Graham Hughes Stand will offer supporters an even more affordable match ticket, with adult prices beginning at just £22, which is a £3 saving on the cheapest adult ticket last season.
The stand, which is uncovered and located in the south west corner of Molineux, should be available for use for the Everton game on 11th August - although it must be stressed that tickets for this stand will only be made available in the week leading up to our opening fixture.
Under-12s and under-17s ticket prices have gone up by no more than £2 in every stand, whilst there is still significant discounts for under-21s and 65 and overs, who can sit in some of Molineux’s most premium seats for just £21 a game.
Once again, ticket prices are broken up into Category A and Category B games and, with just six games qualifying for Category A status, 13 fixtures at Molineux will qualify for the lower price category across the Premier League campaign.
Fixtures qualifying for Category A status are Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Man City, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur, which will still be kept affordable at just £25 for an adult ticket to see Wolves take on last season’s top six in the Graham Hughes Stand.
For full breakdown of the 2018/19 match-to-match ticket prices, please click here.
Also new for 2018/19, Young Wolves have secured 5,000 Premier League match tickets, spread out across the course of the season, which will be made exclusively available for free to junior members.
That means for every game there will be 260 free tickets available to Young Wolves and Wolf Pack members, to be claimed on a first come first served basis. For more information on how to claim your free ticket, please click here.
Managing director Laurie Dalrymple said: “As we did with our season ticket pricing structure this summer, we have analysed, evaluated and benchmarked every element very carefully before coming to a final decision regarding match-to-match ticket prices.
“Next season we have a remarkable 22,500 season ticket holders, with many more already signed up to the waiting list, so we understand there is a real appetite to come and support Wolves and we want to make that as easy as possible.
“One example of how we have achieved this is by completely refurbishing the Graham Hughes Stand, which will now hold an additional 846 supporters, and should really help us further increase the noise levels within Molineux next season.
“The Graham Hughes Stand will also offer supporters the chance to purchase an even more affordable ticket, cheaper than any last season. As it has been over six years since we have operated this stand, we are working now to ensure we have this additional seating space installed and appropriately certified from the start of the season.
“There are many other exciting new additions for our supporters, including a new bar which has been converted out of former police cells in the South Bank and will be accessible for fans located in the Graham Hughes Stand.
“As stated at the end of the season, contactless payment is being trialled within the stadium for next season in certain concourses, as well as other initiatives to suppress queueing and to make the user experience more enjoyable.
“We’ve taken on board feedback from the Fans Parliament to reduce as much as possible overcrowding within the concourses, and of course the free ticket offer for young supporters.
“I’m extremely excited and looking forward to seeing Molineux packed to the rafters week after week and, like everybody else I’m sure, can’t wait for the season to start."
The quickest and easiest method of buying tickets is online via wolvestickets.co.uk, but tickets can also be purchased via phone on 0371 222 1877 or in person at the Molineux Ticket Office.