More than 3,000 supporters have already secured their season tickets

Last updated : 30 May 2024 By Magpie Mick

Our chief executive, Joe Palmer, said: “I couldn’t be more excited about the club’s prospects for 2024-25, with our key focus being to build on everything we’ve learned from our first season back in the EFL.

“We’ve once again been blessed with incredible support, with 6,000 season ticket holders contributing to an average attendance of 10,905 – the highest since our 1991-92 First Division campaign.

“Such backing, combined with tremendous investment from our owners and a lot of hard work behind the scenes, means the club is in a fantastic position to continue its rapid growth.

“Critical to that will be the development of the Nest, improvements to hospitality and the numerous other projects we were excited to announce recently.

“But ticketing revenue remains the lifeblood of clubs at this level and it was therefore imperative for us to carefully consider our 2024-25 pricing in order to ensure we could continue to make ourselves accessible to new and existing supporters while also continuing our journey towards financial sustainability.

"We have therefore decided to make a modest increase to season ticket prices this season. The increase, which is similar to last season's, will bring our prices more in line with the League Two average and is necessary to offset the national wage rises to matchday casual labour that were introduced in April.

“Our season tickets will continue to offer outstanding value, particularly when you consider the quality of our stadium and our continually-improving matchday experience, while also enabling us to generate crucial revenue to help us become more and more competitive on the field.

“As ever, they will also provide the cheapest way of watching the campaign unfold while also unlocking a host of benefits. We look forward to welcoming our supporters back to the Lane in August.”