Bolton Wanderers have announced the ticket pricing structure for the 2013/14 season.
A number of new ticket categories have been introduced for next season.
The club will be extending the under-21 category for season tickets to under-23, whilst new schemes for junior members will see the introduction of an under-12 category.
The popular ten-month interest free direct debit scheme will also continue for the 2013/14 campaign, whilst plans are in place to develop a defined family area for match days in the upper tier of the north stand.
Other changes to the pricing structure include adult season tickets, with an increase in price of £10 that works out as a rise of £1 a month, under-18 season tickets have also been reviewed, with the new price working out from £3.04 per match, with concession season tickets increased by 50p a month.*
The early purchase deadline for all season tickets is April 2.
To view our online season tickets brochure for the forthcoming 2013/14 campaign CLICK HERE. To buy your season ticket for the 2013/14 campaign CLICK HERE.
Head of Public Sales Richard Gough said: “We have carried out a full and comprehensive review of all ticketing prices and initiatives ahead of our new pricing plan.
"Within that we have restructured a number of our options and added new ones including an under-12s category.
"We are also creating a dedicated family area in the North Stand upper and are introducing an under-23 category.
"The interest-free monthly direct debit scheme has been retained for another season and while we have had to increase prices for the first time in eight years, for an adult season ticket you are looking at no more than £1.00 a month, that’s 43p a game, when you take advantage of the early purchase deadline.
"Season tickets for under-12s work out from the equivalent of £2.60 per match with under-18s from just £3.04 per match based on a 23-match season.
"We have also added a new Team Bolton brand that will encompass Bolton Wanderers supporters of all ages, including members, season ticket holders, juniors, adults and corporate customers and brings with it a number of added benefits.
"For Wanderers fans, a season ticket is still the best and cheapest way to see all the home games.
"By taking advantage of the early purchase deadline which is now April 2 and direct debit scheme, supporters can ensure they not only save money, they can also spread the cost interest-free over 10 months."
* Subject to early purchase deadline