Hibs to freeze season-ticket prices for next term

Hibernian have more than 11,000 season-ticket holders
Hibernian have more than 11,000 season-ticket holders
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Hibs are to freeze season ticket prices for next season, with the guarantee there will be no rise if, as hoped, the Easter Road club win promotion to the Premiership.

Fans who buy their season tickets for the 2017/18 campaign will be able to save money if they take advantage of the “Early Bird” package, while Hibs will again be offering an 11-month payment plan. The deadline for both will be 5pm on Friday, April 7.

Prices will range from £25 for a child aged 11 and under in the Famous Five Lower Family Stand and up to £360 for an adult under the Early Bird scheme, rising thereafter to £380.

The club are also expected to move the singing section from the East Stand to the Famous Five Stand for next season.

Hibs currently have roughly 11,300 season ticket holders and will be hopeful of maintaining and increasing that number should they win promotion to the Premiership. Neil Lennon’s men are currently seven points clear at the top of the Championship and have the chance to extend that lead further when they take on St Mirren in Paisley tomorrow night.