SPFL Premiership: Analysis Of Clubs’ Season Ticket Prices #SPFL

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Ever wonder how your season ticket price compares to your rival? Gary Smith (@GStar21986) has trawled the SPFL Premiership clubs’ websites to find all the info and put it in a very handy matrix guide.

As the new season approaches it`s that time of year when clubs up and down the country try to entice their fans through the turnstiles and get backsides on seats. As any entrepreneur will tell you there are only three ways to get more money. Sell more, cut costs or increase your prices.

Championship winners Hearts were first to announce that they have sold out their section of seats as they aim to make Tynecastle a fortress for visiting teams next year.

The Gorgie side are charging Adults £280 with Concessions at £180.

Last seasons premiership Champions Celtic However are by far the steepest at £416 for Adults and £277 for over 65’s.

Down in Tayside Much like Ross County, the blue half of Dundee are also in the high end of the pricing chart charging £385 for adults and £265 for over 65s. Across the road meanwhile, at Tannadice the Arabs are undercutting their rivals as they offer an adult season book for £299 and seniors at £185.

Hamilton are spending their second season in the top flight and played some impressive football at times last year. Their prices start at £350 for adults however that comes with three u18 season books.

Meanwhile up in the Highlands, Aberdeen`s cheapest season ticket is £318 with over 65s cheering on last year`s runners up for a mere £197.

The third force in Scottish football last year was Inverness and their fans will be flocking to the Tulloch stadium for £280 for adults meanwhile pensioners can see their heroes for £170.The most generous package is also offered by the Scottish Cup winners as £200 gets you an adult and two kids books for the season.

St Johnstone will hope to get fans through the gates as they are charging £265 for an adult package meanwhile it is £159 for seniors

Although The Saints are top of the League in the sense that they are the cheapest club to see next season it`s Inverness who get the award for best value for money with their Buy one get two free scheme.

(Cheapest) Adult Concessions Student Kids (Most Expensive) Adult Concessions Student Kids
Aberdeen

£318

£197

£148

£57

£425

£304

£197

£57

Celtic

£416

£277

£199

£50

£559

£277

£199

£50

Dundee

£385

£265

£265

£130

£385

£265

£265

£130

Dundee U

£299

£185

£135

*£19

£420

£240

£135

*£19
Hamilton

£350

£175

£50

*Free

£475

£175

£50

*Free
Hearts

£325

£210

£210

£50

£480

£315

£315

£100

Inverness

£230

£200

£190

*Free

£380

£310

£190

£70

Kilmarnock

£330

£210

£210

*Free

£330

£210

£210

*Free
Motherwell

£310

£170

£170

£80

£420

£230

£230

£80

Partick £308 (Renew) £198 (Renew)

£220

*Free

£340

£220

£220

*Free
Ross Co

£360

£210

£210

*£25

£360

£210

£210

*Free
St Johnstone

£265

£159

£158

*Free

£375

£204

£158

*Free
Offers
Please note that all prices are correct as of June 2015 and may be prices inbetween dependant on various areas of the ground
Dundee Utd offer for Kids £19 when an adult book is purchased
Hamilton offer for kids is Three season books for £350 for adults or £175 for concessions (Adult/Concession + Two under 18s books)
Inverness, St Johnstone and Kilmarnock Offer free season books for Kids (Dependant on areas of ground)
Partick Offer free kids season ticket for the Family section otherwise a £25 fee will be added
Ross County offer season ticket for kids for £25 including a free replica jersey
About the author

Vincent Mulligan

Vincent is the originator of Scottish Football Tips. He has dragged the site kicking and screaming (him not the site) to become the leading tipster site for Scottish Football. Wherever you see the name 'Fitba Tips' you'll know he has left his mark. Not necessarily a good thing.

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