Hibs today announced season ticket prices are to be slashed by an average of five per cent for next season – and appealed for fans to buy early to help boss Alan Stubbs make new signings as soon as possible.
An early bird promotion is also available, with supporters being able to benefit from discounted prices and an 11-month interest free payment plan, while the only ticket category which has not seen a reduction is the child tickets in the Famous Five Stand (lower) which remains at just £25.
Chief executive Leeann Dempster said: “I’m pleased to announce that for the 2015/16 season we have decided to reduce prices by an average of five per cent across the board. This allows us to maintain a competitive playing budget whilst delivering greater value to our season ticket holders.
“We are asking for an early commitment from supporters to allow us to prepare as early as possible for next season. We put a lot of work and attention into our player recruitment strategy, and having greater reliance on our expected season ticket figures will help us to identify suitable signings as soon as possible.”
Head coach Stubbs said: “We’re working hard to build a team that everyone can be proud of. The more fans that commit to next season, the more we can do to continue to develop our team and get ready for the 2015/16 campaign.”