By Pete Wilson
9 June 2010
Blackburn Rovers are selling the cheapest season tickets in the Premier League tickets for the 2010-11 season, with a standard adult ticket available for £209 plus a mandatory £15 minimum direct debit charge taking the price to £224.
This makes Blackburn the club with the lowest “entry level” season tickets in the Premier League next season, and this website’s full survey of costs, in the wake of Liverpool’s seven per cent price hike, can be read here.
The £209 (actually £224) deal at Ewood Park is available in the Blackburn End and Riverside Stand, with prices rising in the Jack Walker stand.
The next cheapest club is Wigan, where a majority of adult season tickets are available at £250 each. Newcastle’s “entry level” tickets are next cheapest at £330, followed by Aston Villa’s at £350. Arsenal’s are most expensive (£893, for 26 games however), followed by Liverpool’s (£680 on offer via the internet).
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