WANDERERS have announced a slight increase in season ticket prices for the 2018/19 Championship campaign.

The lowest priced adult ticket for the Carrs Pasties North Stand now costs £325, compared with £316 last season, if bought ahead of the June 16 early purchase deadline.

Under-18s tickets have increased from £75 to £85 throughout the ground.

Family tickets for the Carrs Pasties North Stand have increased from £365 to £376.

Wanderers have also confirmed that Under-23s tickets have now been brought in line with Over-65s prices, with season tickets starting at £236. Prices for Under-12s have been frozen.

Season tickets are still among the cheapest in the second tier, with the popular Direct Debit scheme also available over 10 months, if purchased by the deadline.

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“I would like to thank all our season ticket holders who have shown their loyal support over the past season, which culminated in that never-to-be-forgotten dramatic final match against Nottingham Forest,” said Wanderers chairman, Ken Anderson.

“Once again, we are offering very competitive pricing for our most loyal supporters and we are committed to making football affordable for all the family.

“Children under the age of 12 will be able to watch all the league action at Macron Stadium for just £2.74 per match with a season ticket.

“There really is no place like home and we want Macron Stadium to be an intimidating venue for visiting teams next season, so please take advantage of the Early Purchase period and get your season tickets today.”

As the build-up to the new season begins, Phil Parkinson is also urging supporters to get their seats bought early.

“Our support was remarkable last season, both home and away,” he said. “However, at Macron Stadium, at times, the supporters were our 12th man and really helped us to get over the line, especially on that memorable final day. Season ticket holders are amongst the most dedicated of supporters and here at Bolton Wanderers it’s no exception.

“Football teams get most of their points in a campaign on home soil and I’m urging everybody to renew or sign up for their tickets. Your support next season in the Sky Bet Championship will once again be very important to the club.”