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DEADLINE TODAY | Frozen earlybird prices deadline today!

1 April 2019


Buy Your Earlybird Season Online Ticket Now

Burnley Football Club is delighted to announce that Earlybird Season Tickets prices are once again FROZEN for the 2019/2020 season

The current price freeze, for all earlybird tickets, means there hasn't been an increase for any standard seat at Turf Moor since the Championship season of 2013/2014.

If you currently pay by direct debit, simply sit back and don't do a thing; we'll gladly automatically renew your season ticket for the 2019/2020 season for you*.

* If you have a free child/carer seat it cannot be automatically renewed. You will soon receive a letter and email, advising you how to inform the club you would like to renew your 'free' seat for the 2019/2020 season

If you paid for your 2018/2019 season ticket up front, then now is the time to renew

Remember, renewing is the only way to guarantee your seat for the 2019/2020 season at the FROZEN price. If you don't renew now you will lose your seat.

And if you do pay up front, why not change to Direct Debit to save yourself any hassle in future seasons?

For payment information on renewing your current season ticket please click HERE.

For payment information on purchasing a season ticket for the first time, or if you didn't have one for the current 18/19 season, please click HERE.

All 2019/2020 Earlybird season tickets are available to buy and renew now, with the earlybird deadline set for Monday, April 1. (To buy with Direct Debit the deadline is Friday 29th March)

To renew your season ticket do so online from, pop down to the Turf Moor Ticket Office, or call 0844 807 1882**

All supporters who pay via direct debit will soon receive a letter and email informing them of the price freeze, and the process to follow if you no longer wish to continue with the Direct Debit and not be renewed. 

** calls to this number are charged at up to 7p per minute on landlines, plus any additional charges from your own network provider.

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