Season tickets for the 2019/20 Premier League season are now on sale to existing season ticket holders.
Adult prices begin at £493 in the Billy Wright Lower and £514 behind both goals, while under-21 and over-65 season tickets start at just £287.
The club have frozen prices in all areas for under-17 and under-12 season tickets, keeping them at £150 and £60 respectively, which is the equivalent of just £8 and £3.63 per game.
Wolves’ first season back in the top flight has been exceptional, with Nuno’s side recording results against each of the current top six, surpassing the club’s previous Premier League record points tally by March and still in the hunt for seventh spot with six games remaining.
Molineux has once again played host to some famous victories, including the galvanising fightback over Chelsea, seven-goal thriller against Leicester City and the double dispatch of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s resurgent Manchester United.
A Molineux season ticket is still the only way to guarantee your seat at all home league fixtures, and the best way to get priority to any other games that take place throughout the season.
Wolves managing director Laurie Dalrymple said: “There may still be six games to go, but whatever happens now it is safe to say that this season, like last, has been something truly special, and will be remembered for a very, very long time by everyone associated with the club.
“The progress we have achieved is the result of every element of a football club pulling in the same direction to realise its vision - from the owners to the head coach, our supporters to our staff.
“The support we have received from this city and our fanbase is incredible. We have 22,500 season ticket holders, over 5,000 supporters on the waiting list and the hunger to come and support Wolves is stronger than ever, illustrated by the 34,500 who travelled to Wembley last weekend to back their team.
“Whilst we have come a very long way in three seasons under the ownership of Fosun, we are still only at the beginning of our journey, and our ambition is to build year-upon-year, on and off the pitch, achieving a consistent level of success for Wolves and its pack.
“Our decision to increase some season ticket prices has been taken after careful consideration of where we are now and where we are heading, taking into account what we have achieved this season, and also the consistent level of investment required to keep us moving forwards.
“The signings of Jonny and Raul Jimenez during this season, and that of Euro 2016 winners Rui Patricio and Joao Moutinho in the summer, illustrate the level we are now operating at, and are a clear sign of the direction we continue to head.
“In football, it is impossible to predict exactly what will happen next, but what I can assure all supporters is that we will be doing everything we can to support Nuno, his staff and his squad, to build on what they have achieved this season and give them every chance of surpassing it in the future.
“Furthermore, we will also continue to invest proportionately in improvements to the fan experience at Molineux, and more generally, as positive supporter engagement continues to be a high priority for us, and very important to the board and our owners.
“We have also made the decision to freeze under-17 and under-12 season ticket prices so that coming to football as a family unit is kept affordable and we can continue to engage the next generation of Wolves supporters - our fans of the future.”
Existing season ticket holders have until midnight on 31st May to secure their seat and play their part in the next chapter of Wolves’ journey. For a full break down of prices throughout Molineux, please click here.
Once again, season ticket holders that renew their seat before the 31st May deadline are eligible for a Wolves Cash bonus, with the amount determined by how many consecutive seasons a season ticket has been held for. Please click here for more information.
To join the season ticket waiting list, which is now at over 5,000, please click here.
The 2019/20 season ticket comes with a host of benefits, including priority on all away and cup matches, free entry to all home under-23 fixtures and the ability to resell your ticket online at tickets.wolves.co.uk, earning Wolves Cash if your ticket is resold.
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 #WolfPack (u17) or Young Wolves (u12), which includes an exclusive gift pack that will be available to collect from the Ticket Office.
Supporters will once again have the option to spread the cost of their season ticket over the course of the season when purchasing online, with more information on direct debit payment to be found in the FAQs.
Supporters who purchased their 2018/19 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 tickets.wolves.co.uk, but tickets can also be renewed via phone or in person at the Molineux Ticket Office.
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.
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