Season Ticket renewal deadline today

By SFC Media time Wed 02 Sep Season Tickets

Today is the final chance for Saints fans to renew their Season Ticket for the 2020/21 campaign, protected by the Saints Promise.

Existing Season Ticket holders can renew their Season Ticket for the new campaign from just £399 by calling 02381 780780 before 4pm either today.

Alternatively, you can login to your online account, click on ‘Season Ticket renewals’ and your seat will be ready and waiting for purchase.

The club have once again frozen Season Ticket renewal prices and introduced The Saints Promise – a series of commitments designed to protect Season Ticket holders, including:

  • If capacity is reduced and a ballot is required, 2020/21 Season Ticket Holders that are unsuccessful in the ballot will receive a pro-rata refund for that match*
  • 2020/21 Season Ticket Holders will be refunded a pro-rata amount for any match that can’t be played with fans within 14 days of announcement 
  • Hand Sanitizers will be available at all entrances and concourses on matchday 
  • A deep clean of the stadium will be carried out before every matchday 
  • Where possible, the club are working to ensure supporters can select their social bubbles in groups of up to six people from two households.**

*Each match refund will be equal regardless of match category, the value of each refund will be one nineteenth of the total cost of the season ticket

**Subject to government and Premier League guidelines

For more information, visit our dedicated Season Tickets page, or check out our FAQs page.

You can find out the latest on our plans for returning to St Mary's below, including plans for Season Ticket holders who renew but are clinically vulnerable and unable to return straight away, and how people within social bubbles will be accommodated should there be reduced capacity matches. Further information will be released on this over the upcoming weeks. 

find out more about the return to st mary's

Reduced capacity 

It is highly likely there will be capacity restrictions when fans are first allowed back to stadium. The club have been working on a system which provides fair and equitable access, albeit weighted towards our most regular attendees, and will seek to give every Season Ticket Holder who wishes to attend a chance to do so within the first few games following supporters being allowed back into stadiums.

We are not in a position to confirm the extent to which capacity might be limited but will share this information with supporters as soon as we have it.

People at high risk (clinically vulnerable)

Although the government guidance for people at high risk has changed and they are no longer being advised to shield, the club do understand that some fans will not be comfortable returning to matches just yet, even with all the mitigating measures in place. In this circumstance, there will be an opportunity to opt out of any selection processes for returning to initial matches with reduced capacities. For the latest government guidance please click here.

Bubbles/groups

The Club are working to ensure that supporters can select their social bubbles in groups of up to six people from two households, and will need your help to understand more about your groups. In preparation for this, please ensure your friends and family list is up to date on your ticketing account.

Further information on how social bubbles are to be managed will be released in due course.

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