Renew Your Season Ticket Now!

By SFC Media time Mon 03 Jun Club

Existing Season Ticket Holders are reminded that the window for renewals is now open.

Renewing your Season Ticket for the 2013/14 Barclays Premier League season could not be simpler!

The power is at your fingertips as you can renew your seat for the 2013/14 campaign in seconds online. Plus our 10-month Season Ticket payment plan is available at just the click of a button – it’s as easy as that.

Then, not only can you enjoy the satisfaction of seeing all the Barclays Premier League action at St Mary’s in 2013/14, but you will also receive a wide range of benefits including priority booking for cup matches and away games, as well as no match-by-match booking fees. What’s more, starting this year, Season Ticket Holders are also entitled to a special 10% discount at the Saints stores.

Renewal Prices:

AdultConc'nU17U11Disabled AdultDisabled Conc'nDisabled U17
Itchen Premium£730£730£730£730£520£341£226
Kingsland Premium£709£709£709£709£520£341£226

Please note that the renewal deadline is Friday 21st June. Any seat transfer requests must also be made by this time.

There is only one way of guaranteeing your seat and watching every minute of the Premier League action unfold at St Mary’s, so don’t delay on retaining your seat ahead of the new campaign. 

Renewal sales can also be made via the Ticket Sales Hotline on 02381 780 780, or at the Ticket Office. Further Season Ticket information is available here

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