2015 / 16 season ticket details announced

Last updated : 23 January 2015 By Michael Morris

Cardiff City have revealed details of season ticket pricing for the 2015 / 16 season. This is the first season after the five year price freeze and fans will be pleasd to see very little increase in prices from the fixed amount.

Season Tickets will be available to buy from 9am Monday 2 February 2015. Further details on sales and finance options will follow in due course.

Adult £539
Seniors £419
16-21 £419
Juniors u16 £389

Adult £439
Seniors £319
16-21 £319
Juniors u16 £249

Adult £419
Seniors £299
16-21 £299
Juniors u16 £240

Adult £345
Seniors £240
16-21 £240
Juniors u16 £156

ZONE 4F (Family) **
Adult £299
Seniors £169
16-21 £169
Juniors u16 £69

Family Ticket ** £699

ZONE D (disabled Enclosure)
Adult £261
Seniors £156
16-21 £156
Juniors u16 £51



Tell me, how much more will I have to pay?
The good news for those in the price freeze club is you will only pay around £15 to £20 more next season while the even better news for those who didn't buy in 2009 is prices will drop by £100 or more as the Bluebirds bid to create a "level playing field for all."

In a statement on their official website, the club say: "Our focus is on making football affordable for all in the Welsh capital."

What is the most expensive ticket and how does it compare?
The most expensive season ticket (Zone One adult in the Grandstand) is now on offer for £539, only £20 more than prize freeze ticket holders paid this season and £150 cheaper than those not on the list.

Championship rivals like Fulham and Ipswich charged more than £800 for some tickets this season while others like Charlton and Blackpool had some on offer under £200.

What is the cheapest ticket?
The cheapest adult season tickets (Zone Four in the family area, Canton Stand and Ninian front) next season will be £345, just £16 more than fans paid this season.

Zone three adult tickets are now £419, while Zone two are £439 compared to £399 and £419 for price freeze ticket holders this season and £529 and £559 those without price freeze privileges right now.

Seniors will pay anything from £419 (Zone One) and £169 (Zone 4F) to watch every home league game next season.

My children want to go. Can I afford it?
Families will be attracted by a new joint season ticket, which costs £699 for two adults and two children but cheap under nine prices (previously £10 per season for price freeze fans) have now been scrapped.

Every child under 16 will now pay the respective junior price for their area of the stadium, which ranges from £389 to £69.

Great! When and how can I get mine?
Season Tickets will be available to buy from 9am on Monday, February 2.

You can buy them in person at the ticket office, over the phone on 0845 345 1400