With the Premier League season fast approaching, Saints fans can now finalise payment for their 2021/22 Season Tickets with the club confirming how supporters that have paid a deposit can pay the remaining balance.
The club is now opening the payment process for remaining balances with Step 4 of the government’s roadmap out of lockdown due to open on Monday 19th July.
Following the announcement of large capacity events being held across the country in the upcoming weeks, the Premier League is aiming to return to full capacities as soon as possible and the club will update fans once a lifting of restrictions is confirmed.
Supporters can make a payment for their remaining balance from today through their My Saints account by heading to Reserved Ticket(s), or by calling the Ticket Office on 02381 780 780 between 9.30am-5pm from Monday to Friday.
The deadline to pay the remaining balance on 2021/22 Season Tickets is Monday 19th July – fans can pay using any of the methods listed below:
- Using credit on their ticketing account
- Payment by card
- Paying through a combination of credits on their ticketing account and card payment
- Spreading their remaining payments over either a three-month or a newly added seven-month period, with no added interest and with no credit check required.
For those looking to use a combination of credits and an instalment plan, the club asks that you contact the Ticket Office directly – you can do this by calling on 02381 780 780 or fill out the form here to request a call back.
Any fans that are yet to secure their seat for the new season can also purchase Season Tickets through their My Saints account with prices starting at just £399, a cost of just £21 per match.
Buy now to guarantee the best availability for the seats you want and remember you can spread the cost of any new purchase over either a three-month or seven-month period.
All 2021/22 Season Tickets are covered by The Saints Promise should any fixtures be played at St Mary’s with a limited capacity, with Season Ticket holders given absolute priority if the stadium capacity is reduced.