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OFFICIAL club website of stoke city

Club Announce Matchday Price Freeze

STOKE CITY's match ticket prices for the 2013-14 Premier League season have been frozen - the majority of them for the sixth successive year.

Category A and B prices have not increased since the Potters secured promotion to the top flight in 2008, while prices for Category A* games will remain the same as last season.

The price freezes underline City's drive to keep Premier League football as affordable as possible for supporters and follows on from last week's announcement that the Club is to offer free coach travel to all away league games this season.

The Club have also announced provisional sale dates for match tickets - click HERE for more details.

The Club will always try to offer at least three days for each priority sale period for away games, while tickets for away games will go on general sale at least 11 days before the fixture in line with Premier League rules on returning tickets.

Home games usually go on sale to Silver Members and Potters Foundation Non-Season Ticket holders 12 weeks before the game and general sale a week later. 

Please note, the sale dates are provisional and subject to change.

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