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Ipswich Town announce eight per cent increase in season ticket renewal prices to apply to both Championship or Premier League in 2024/25





Ipswich Town have revealed their season ticket renewal prices for 2024/25 with an increase of almost eight per cent, but it comes with the caveat they would not rise again if promoted to the Premier League.

Launched today with the slogan ‘Our Journey Continues Don’t miss a Second’, an adult seat in the lower tier of the Sir Bobby Robson North Stand will cost £28 more, going from £353 to £381 a rise of 7.93 per cent.

An adult seat in the upper tier of the same stand will cost £37 more, going from £464 to £501 a rise of 7.97 per cent.

Ipswich Town have announced their season ticket renewal prices for 2024/25 Picture: Barry Goodwin
Ipswich Town have announced their season ticket renewal prices for 2024/25 Picture: Barry Goodwin

It means an adult ticket in the lower tier would work out at £20.05 per match of the 19 in the Premier League and £16.57 across the 23 games in the Championship.

The renewal window for season tickets will open at 10am on Tuesday, April 2 and close at 5pm on Monday, April 22.

A full list of renewal prices for next season is available via the club website.

Town capped season ticket sales at around 21,000 last season which quickly sold out with new applications for 2024/25 subject to availability once the renewals have been processed.

Season ticket holders who have used the interest-free Direct Debit scheme will not need to do anything, with their tickets renewing automatically unless cancelled.

Those wishing to renew can do so via the club’s ticketing website or in store at Planet Blue, with season ticket holders also receiving an email outlining full details ahead of the window opening.

Kieran McKenna’s side head into tomorrow’s live-on-Sky Sports Sky Bet Championship fixture at Blackburn Rovers (5.30pm) third in the table, a point off second-placed Leicester City, who have played a game more, and two behind leaders Leeds United. The Blues have eight games remaining.