Manchester United fans will be pleased to know that the club has once again decided not to increase the prices for season tickets in order to reward long-term supporters for their loyalty.
The club announced for the sixth year in a row that the minimum price to watch The Red Devils in action will not change from the current £532, and their younger supporters will receive discounts on their season passes.
Manchester United’s group managing director Richard Arnold said:
“We recognise the huge commitment shown by our incredible fans, in supporting the team, both financially and the time dedicated to attend all home games.
“The price freeze, and in some cases reductions, ensures that our loyal, long standing fans can continue to support the team with the fantastic backing they give the manager and players at every home game.
“We are hugely thankful for the unrivalled, sold-out support which plays a huge part in making Old Trafford a tough place for any team to come and play.
“We have had record numbers of season ticket renewals and demand continues to grow at an unprecedented rate thanks to the fantastic support we continue to have at Manchester United.”
Manchester United currently sit sixth in the Premier League and will be hoping that they can close the gap on Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City who are currently above the 20-time English champions.
Jose Mourinho’s men will get their best chance to do so at the weekend as they host an inconsistent Watford side, victory could see them jump as high as third which will be an achievement for a team that has been short of expectations in the first half of the season.