Norwich City have announced their season ticket prices for the 2013/14 season.

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Key features include:

• Season tickets are available to renew from 9am Thursday, January 17.

• Best possible prices for those who renew by the first deadline of February 23.

• 2014/15 prices frozen if renewed this season before first deadline and Norwich City are playing in the Premier League next campaign.

• Season ticket in the Barclay purchased before first deadline works out at just £27.29 per match.

• Spread the cost interest-free (subject to £5 administration charge. Terms and conditions apply).

• Starting age for junior concession moved from 16 to 17 in line with government education legislation.

• Season tickets are again capped at 22,000. Priority for any current season tickets which become available after last deadline will go to more than 1,800 signed up for season ticket waiting list.

• Academy initiative: Today, Tomorrow, Forever - included in season ticket price is an optional £1 per home league game donation in support of the club’s Academy, participants will be helping to support the next generation of Canary stars and will be entered into a draw every home league match to be in with the chance of winning back the cost of their season ticket.

Norwich City boss Chris Hughton said: “The one thing you can’t underestimate is how important our home crowd is for us.

“The home crowd is vital – the feeling around the stadium, and how that makes the players feel is vital. The vocal backing we receive from the Norwich fans gives those players a lift, you know it does, and right when the players need it more often than not.”

The club’s chief executive, David McNally, said: “Norwich City supporters are the club’s biggest asset and have played a huge part in helping to drive the team on to success.

“Our club is run rather like a co-operative, with all the spare cash re-invested into football, and our income from ticket sales forms a really important part of our financial planning.

“Time and again, Canary fans back their club and we are so grateful for their continual support. We do hope that all season ticket holders renew their seat once again, to take advantage of both the best possible prices and to freeze Premier League prices for the following season.”

• 2013-14 season ticket price before February 23

Adult: £518.50

Over-65: £357.50

Under-21: £239.50

Under-17: £94.75

Under-12: £69.75

• Today, Tomorrow, Forever – By donating £1 per home league game with their new season ticket price, this will go towards developing the new generation of City stars in the Academy. In return each participating fan could win the price of their 2013/14 season ticket back from the club by being entered into a half-time draw at each home league game of 2013/14 – getting 19 chances to win. Supporters are able to opt out of this donation if they don’t wish to take part – full terms and conditions in the season ticket brochure.

• Everything supporters need to know about how to renew their 2013-14 season ticket will be detailed in this year’s ‘We Are Norwich’ season ticket presenter, which has been mailed out to every season ticket holder.

• Membership information for 2013/14 will be released in February 2013.

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12 comments

  • Disappointed to see all the negative comments about the price rise of season tickets. If you renew early the price is frozen for the 14-15 season, that means the increase is only 3%, and city are well worth that to me.

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    Dauntless

    Thursday, January 17, 2013

  • Copy and Paste is the best you can do obviously? This has just been lifted directly from the Canaires site with no work whatsoever. Where is the investigation on the % price increases from this season to next? Is journalism truly dead - where is the critical review? Wouldn't it be easier just to put a hyperlink in - save us all the trouble......

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    Petethepunter

    Wednesday, January 16, 2013

  • Disappointing to be hit with a 6% increase at a time when most of the fans are not seeing their pay go up by this amount. However, you can't argue with the value when compared with smaller clubs like Ipswich and Colchester. I see it as an investment..OTBC.

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    BureValleyPaddy

    Wednesday, January 16, 2013

  • This equates to a 6% increase in standard prices and a 10% increase if you 'opt in' to the Youth development donation-which I am more than happy to give money towards!! But as a co operative business I would love to see extra incentives or reward to renewing season ticket holders than just a price freeze next season-if we stay in the Premiership over the next few seasons we will be a debt free club with huge revenue streams-potential to help subsidise already pushed fans to get to see City-as we are so important Mr McNally-who is doing a great job I also hasten to add!!

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    Razor

    Wednesday, January 16, 2013

  • No calculator in the office perhaps but like pete it is the % increase that is the crucial piece of info needed.

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    Peter Watson

    Wednesday, January 16, 2013

  • Why are the last 3 posers,sorry posters bothered about NCFC prices? Can't they get in at poorman rd to watch their beloved 1p5wich,because its always packed out?

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    alan clark

    Thursday, January 17, 2013

  • This equates to a 6% increase in standard prices and a 10% increase if you 'opt in' to the Youth development donation-which I am more than happy to give money towards!! But as a co operative business I would love to see extra incentives or reward to renewing season ticket holders than just a price freeze next season-if we stay in the Premiership over the next few seasons we will be a debt free club with huge revenue streams-potential to help subsidise already pushed fans to get to see City-as we are so important Mr McNally-who is doing a great job I also hasten to add!!

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    Razor

    Wednesday, January 16, 2013

  • This equates to a 6% increase in standard prices and a 10% increase if you 'opt in' to the Youth development donation-which I am more than happy to give money towards!! But as a co operative business I would love to see extra incentives or reward to renewing season ticket holders than just a price freeze next season-if we stay in the Premiership over the next few seasons we will be a debt free club with huge revenue streams-potential to help subsidise already pushed fans to get to see City-as we are so important Mr McNally-who is doing a great job I also hasten to add!!

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    Razor

    Wednesday, January 16, 2013

  • People need to decide what type of club they want to support. You want big time or you want to kick around in the basement with nothing teams like Ipswich Rovers or whoever they are? I'm renewing and very happy with the direction of the club.

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    Steady On

    Thursday, January 17, 2013

  • Obviously a very short season coming up,20132013 season ticket prices,seem a bit expensive if you are only getting a season from Aug to Dec!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    canaryjon

    Wednesday, January 16, 2013

  • Very poor value for money.

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    blue tractor

    Wednesday, January 16, 2013

  • This is NOT a price freeze on any like for like basis. I f you renew this year at the same deadline as last year it's an increase.

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    Canary on the moon

    Wednesday, January 16, 2013

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