Burnley Football Club has announced its ticket prices and policy for the forthcoming season.
A membership scheme costing £20 per season is again available to supporters, offering members discounts of up to £3 a game for adults. Members will automatically be given priority for all available seats.
The club is continuing the policy of one price band for each age category, in all areas of Turf Moor.
Accordingly, home match ticket prices for the 2010/11 are:
Adults: members, £23; non-members, £26
Concessions: members, £12; non-members, £15
16-18 & NUS: members, £12; non-members, £15
under-16s: members £10; non-members, £12
Memberships are now on sale to personal callers at the ticket office and by telephone. For details, phone the ticket office on 0871 221 1914 (option 2)
The club has also clarified its away ticketing policy for the season.
All tickets for away games go on sale from four weeks prior to the fixture being played. During the initial week of sales, only applications from season ticket holders, members, shareholders (and Foundation members, via the lottery office) will be processed.
From the second week of sales, tickets will go on general sale. In the final week leading up to a fixture, tickets may go on sale over the phone and over the counter, dependant on availability.
All away tickets will be made available, in the respective periods listed above, either in person at the ticket office, by postal application or via online sales (dependent on the amount of tickets supplied).
Postal applications (see the form on the official website, ticketing section) should include the following details:
• The name and address of the applicant
• The match being applied for
• Clarets numbers of all fans wishing to buy tickets
• Quantity and price band of tickets requested
• A SAE for the tickets to be posted out to the supporter
• EITHER a cheque made payable to ‘Burnley Football Club’ for the full amount of the tickets requested.
• OR credit/debit card details: card number, valid from date, expiry date and issue number (if applicable)
Loyalty Points may be used to determine priority periods, where demand is expected to exceed supply. Tickets for any such games will be advertised through the official website.
Prices are set by the opposition club for all away matches and will be updated on the official website when they become available, including pricing bands.