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The Devils have announced their season ticket prices for next season in Ice Arena Wales, which include Bronze, Silver and Gold options for all fans.
Season ticket holders picking their seats this weekend for the remainder of the season should be aware of the prices for next season in advance so they know the cost of the seats they choose to sit in if they plan on renewing for 2016-17. There is no increase in cost for the current season for season ticket holders no matter where they choose to sit.
The centre ice seats (Gold Seats) are slightly more expensive than other seats, but for example a gold adult season ticket is only £1.70 more per game than what they paid this season. A silver Adult season ticket is only £5 more overall than last season, so 16p more per game and an Adult bronze season ticket is actually £20 cheaper than an adult season ticket in the Big Blue Tent.
All season tickets works out at a 15% discount from game day prices and it also guarantees your seat for every game. The Devils have eliminated family season ticket packages because the prices for these packages worked out the same as 2 Adults and 2 children.
Season Ticket Prices are as follows:
Season Tickets can be paid over 12 months by standing order starting April 2016. The monthly amount is the prices above divided into 12 monthly payments plus an upfront fee of £25 which cover administration and DD fees. If you purchase a season ticket after April and still want to pay by monthly standing order, you simply need to pay an upfront fee of the number of months into the payment scheme you have missed. So if you start paying in June 2016, you would pay 2 months up front (April & May) and then the rest by monthly payments finishing in March 2017.
Full details of the season tickets for the 2016-17 season will be available soon.
Adults are 16 and older as of Sept 1st, 2016.
Concessions are for full-time students, OAPs, disabled and disabled carers as of Sept 1st, 2016.
Children are for 15 and under as of Sept 1st, 2016.
Todd Kelman explained the pricing structure and the delay in announcing them until today:
“We always intended on structured pricing because the best seats should be slightly more expensive. We wanted to offer options at every price band for adult, child and concessions and we have done that.
“We did not leave it until the day before people picked their seats intentionally, it has just worked out this way because of the rush to get everything sorted before this weekend. I am sure some fans will not be happy with the structured price bands but we believe that the best seats should be slightly more expensive. And we aren’t talking huge money, a gold seat is £2 more than a silver seat and £3 more than a bronze.
“People can still buy tickets for a game next season for the same price as they paid this season and last season. In fact bronze and silver tickets are still cheaper than tickets were in the 2013-14 season before we took over the club.”
The main entrance into the arena is in the corner closest to Block 1. There is an entrance from the bar area and from the ground floor in this area. This is also the closest section to the lifts.
The away block will be BLOCK 12 and BLOCK 11 will be the overflow block for away fans if required so there will be no season tickets available to buy in these sections.