It looks as though our season ticket for next year is going to be £200 with kids under 12 getting in free if accompanying an adult. A £50 pound increase is a very significant rise for what was the cheapest season in the league but looking at other SFL1 clubs prices for next season where they have been announced, its still a comparatively good deal. Where next season’s prices haven’t been announced I have used last season as a comparator (*). Some clubs do have an early bird price, i.e. if bought before a certain date then a bit cheaper. I have also excluded Dundee and obviously we don't know who is going to win the play off.
For obvious commercial reasons Accies don't disclose the number of season tickets holders. I assume however they have done the maths and think they will hold onto most of this seasons holders, but I’m not sure we should expect a significant increase for next. Season tickets are just part of revenue generation. It’s about time Accies took a real hard look at all commercial activities and undertook a root and branch transformation. It’s all very well concentrating on our youth academy but an efficient and effective commercial structure is vital when the attendance money from fans is no longer the primary source of revenue.
Morton* 210 – terracing, 235 - stand. Parent and child 277 for the stand
Falkirk 250/225, depending on which stand. Kids go free
Livingstone 270, Kids 80
Raith 250, 125 secondary kids, 30 primary kids
Dumbarton 210, 90 secondary kids, 60 primary kids
Cowdenbeath* 220, Under 16’s £30
Queen of the South* 240, junior blues £18