Students can now take advantage of Newcastle United's recently-launched six game package, with student prices starting from just £115.
The package allows supporters to guarantee their seat at some of this season's biggest fixtures, and standard ticket prices start from just £140 for adults and £70 for children.
Standard six game package tickets can be purchased online by clicking here, in person at the Box Office or by calling 0844 372 1892.
Students can purchase the six game package at the Box Office on production of a valid NUS card.
Premier League giants Chelsea and Liverpool come to Tyneside over the next few weeks, before the important run up to Christmas continues with Norwich, West Bromwich Albion, Southampton and Stoke City all turning out at St. James' Park in league action.
Last season, several of these fixtures were sold out before being released on general sale, so this time around fans are being given the chance to ensure they don't miss a minute of the action and get the opportunity to see some of the top flight's biggest stars take to the pitch.
And if the 2012/13 campaign is anything to go by, supporters signing up for the package are in for a treat as Newcastle took 13 points from a possible 18 against the opponents in this fantastic deal.
In addition to highly-anticipated fixtures such as Liverpool and Chelsea, the package also includes Stoke City, this year's Boxing Day match, and the first home game to be played at St. James' Park on Boxing Day for three years.
The fixtures included in the package are:
- Liverpool (Saturday, 19th October), 12.45pm kick-off
- Chelsea (Saturday, 2nd November), 12.45pm kick-off
- Norwich City (Saturday, 23rd November), 3pm kick-off
- West Bromwich Albion (Saturday, 30th November), 5.30pm kick-off
- Southampton (Saturday, 14th December), 3pm kick-off
- Stoke City (Thursday, 26th December), 3pm kick-off
A limited amount of family tickets are also available, priced at £110 for adults and £35 for children.
Full information about the package can be found by clicking here.