By Daniel Wood
Renewals will start in February.
Huddersfield Town have announced a price freeze on tickets for next season.
It’s the Terrier’s 100th season of league football and chairman Phil Hodgkinson has revealed prices will stay the same for the 2020-21 campaign.
Adults will pay £249 for the season, the same as seniors Over 60.
Under 18s will pay £129 for the season, with Under 8s at £49.
Season-card holders will be able to renew first, from 9:30am on Monday, February 17, until Tuesday, March 31.
Hodgkinson said: “We pride ourselves on offering our supporters great value and I’m delighted that we’ve been able to do that again.
“There’s no shying away from the fact that the last two years have been difficult for this football club, but your support has remained the same and you make us really proud.
“I would like to thank every single one of our superb supporters for their backing.
“We need you again next season.”
Fans can renew their tickets online at htafc.com/tickets
They can also renew by phone (telephone admin fees of £3.50 per card will apply) on 01484 960 606 and select the correct option.
Fans can also renew at the Ticket Office.
Reference numbers and payment information need to be on hand.
Ambulant disabled supporters and wheelchair users should pay their relevant price class and will receive a free Personal Assistant.
The renewal deadline is Thursday, March 26.