May 21, 2018 by Made In Brum
Blues have released details for 2018/19 season tickets with the headline news being a price freeze for the 6th year. However in a move that’s received mixed reviews, student tickets have been axed in favour of a 19-24 year old category.
It is believed the move has come as Blues have not implemented a way to check student cards validity and will find it easier to confirm a D.O.B at the time of purchase. The move is positive for young adults who go into the world of work rather than university, however any mature students will now be forced to pay full adult prices. We would have liked to see both available to make prices accessible to the as many people as possible.
The price freeze means popular adult tickets remain at £369 in the Tilton and £460 in the Kop (both early bird). The popular kids Under 11 go free also remains as an incentive to get the next generation of Blues fans down St Andrews.
For those looking to renew or keen to become a season ticket holder, key dates are as follows;
Renewals Deadline 30th June
Early Bird Deadline 14th July.
From the 1st July all season ticket seats that have not been renewed will be placed on general sale.