Season tickets for Newcastle United's 2014/15 campaign are on general sale and many areas of St James' Park currently have availability.
A Newcastle United season ticket allows supporters to guarantee their seat at every home game, including the Tyne-Wear derby, which has been scheduled for Saturday, 20th December.
Several payment options are available, in addition to a new seven-year direct debit scheme that allows supporters to spread the cost of their ticket across the season.
Offering interest-free credit and no charges or fees, adults can secure a season ticket from just £62.50 per month based on eight monthly payments, with children's prices starting from just £31.50 per month. Supporters can opt-out of this scheme every year should they no longer wish to have their ticket.
Standard adult season tickets start from just £500 and a full price list and stadium availability plan can be found by clicking here.
Newcastle United's renowned family ticket makes a return for the 2014/15 campaign, with a combined adult and child season ticket available from just £465.
Tickets in the family enclosure are always extremely popular and provide a great environment and atmosphere for those attending the game with children under the age of 18.
Earlier this year the Club announced a brand new 18-21 ticket that allows supporters in this age range to purchase a category three season ticket located in any applicable area of the stadium for just £300. These tickets are now on sale.
Students and senior citizen tickets are also still available, with prices starting from £300 for students and £400 for senior citizens.
All of the tickets above can be purchased via direct debit or by one upfront payment.
Full information regarding the tickets and how to apply can be found by clicking here.
The renewal deadline for season ticket holders was 14th June 2014. Any supporters who have forgotten to renew their season ticket are advised to contact the Box Office on 0844 372 1892 or by email at email@example.com.
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