The price of an adult season ticket for Brighton and Hove Albion’s new Falmer stadium will start from £395.
The news was broken on fans website North Stand Chat.
Prices are cheaper than for this season.
The club said: “Seats in the North Stand behind the goal are priced at £395 for adults, with Under 18s tickets available for £197.50.
“Juniors (under 10) will be able to get tickets for £98.75.
“With the 1901 club taking up the majority of the West Stand, the upper tier tickets for the regular fans range from £395 in the wings, to £460 closer to the halfway line.
“The East Stand tickets are priced at £425 with a family package included, which means children can be added on for just £49.”
The club is offering a direct debit payment option, allowing fans to spread their season ticket payments over 12 months.
Adults in the North Stand will then be able to buy their season ticket over a year at a cost of £32 a month.
The club said: “The cost of a season ticket at The Amex will be cheaper than the current costs for a ticket at Withdean.
“Season tickets will also come in plastic credit card form, which can also be topped up like an Oyster Card, for fans to buy their food and drink in the Stadium concourses.
“The season ticket prices do not include the cost of travel vouchers, which have been used during the clubs stay at Withdean Stadium.
“Priority to those who can get season tickets has been divided into four catagories, with the highest priority going to those fans who have held a season ticket at Withdean for more than nine years.
“Tickets will go on sale in January 2011, and the demand is expected to be huge.”
Today is the cut-off date for fans to be a season ticket for the rest of this season – at £301 – to have it counted towards a season ticket at Falmer.
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