HUDDERSFIELD Town fans could be watching Championship football at League I prices next season.
Thats the message from chairman Dean Hoyle as the promotion-chasing Galpharm club reveal season-card prices for 2010-11.
Cards, which have replaced the old-style season-tickets, go on sale on April 4, and fans have until April 21, if buying in person, and April 28, on-line or by post, to take advantage of the first-phase prices.
They allow existing adult card holders to watch from s8 per game (in the Fantastic Family Stand) while its less than s15 in the Britannia Rescue Stand and less than s17 and s21 in the Direct Gold UK Stand lower and upper tiers respectively.
With Town keen to encourage a fresh generation of supporters, Fantastic Family Stand prices are down for existing Under 8 and Under 13 fans and frozen for Under 18s.
Those buying a season card for the first time can watch from the Fantastic Family Stand from s10 a game (one adult and one child).
In the Britannia Rescue Stand its from s16 a game for adults and s11 for seniors and students.
Its not until the second phase of prices come in thats theres a difference whether Town are in the Championship or League I.
And Hoyle has made a commitment that any season-card holder from 2010-11 who renews each year will pay just s100 for their card if Town make it to the Premier League.
"Im acutely aware of the financial worries faced by many of our fans and concerns over employment and paying bills puts football and ticket prices into perspective," said Hoyle.
"As a club, we too are faced with big financial pressures like the VAT increase and the relentless rise every year in our stadium rents.
"The club is doing exceptionally well in offsetting these and I am trying to bear as much of the burden as I can personally.
"But we cannot do this alone and move the club forward we need our supporters to help."
"We have worked hard to keep season-card prices as low as possible and reward the tremendous loyalty of our fans, but inevitably prices have to increase.
"I hope fans understand and trust that we have kept these to a minimum."
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