Newcastle United have confirmed more price cuts for another 10,000 of the Club's loyal season ticket holders at St. James' Park for the 2014/15 Barclays Premier League campaign.
Just weeks after confirming that many season ticket holders on eight, nine and ten-year price freeze deals could see a price reduction, the Club can now confirm options for supporters who are signed up to its three-year 'up-front' deal and existing supporters on one-year deals and half-season deals.
The next set of renewal forms are set to land on doormats from Monday (17th March) and for those on the three-year deal, there could be a saving of up to £103 in a single season.
With the three-year deal expiring, those on the deal now have two attractive options - without the requirement to pay up front.
The first option is to enter into a five-year scheme paid by annual direct debit, which will see prices for category two areas of the stadium starting at just £475 per season.
While fans are unable to opt out of the five-year duration, the £475 adult price represents a saving of £103 on the standard price of £578 - that's a saving of £515 over five seasons.
Alternatively, those supporters can switch to the Club's existing ten-year price freeze deal, which will hold their season ticket price at £519 for a category two seat for the duration of the deal - a saving of £59 on a standard one-year season ticket next season.
One-year season tickets
Existing season ticket holders on one-year agreements also have two choices for the 2014/15 season as detailed in their renewal documents.
An adult who paid £602 for a category two seat this season will have the option to purchase a one-year ticket at a reduced price of £578 - a saving of £24 - for 2014/15.
The savings keep on coming with the second option, which is to revert to the seven years remaining on the Club's original ten-year price freeze deal.
Supporters with existing one-year season tickets can switch and guarantee an adult seat at £549 per season - saving £53 in 2014/15 alone.
Supporters who took advantage of this season's half-season ticket deal at just £64 for juniors can now switch to the Family Area - which holds 8,200 supporters at St. James' Park - for just £105 for the entire 2014/15 season.
An adult and junior season ticket can be secured for as little as £488 combined.
The cheapest season ticket for an adult and child at St. James' Park for 2014/15 will be just £417 combined (applicable to those on the ten-year price freeze deal).