New club record set on sales
- 20,192 Season Cards sold for 2017/18
- Limited remaining number sold out in hours on Monday
- Comment from Commercial Director Sean Jarvis
A record number of 20,192 Season Card holders will watch Huddersfield Town in the 2017/18 Premier League season after an amazing morning of sales on Monday.
The Club put a limited number of Season Cards back on sale to start the week after an initial 17,522 were sold ahead of the Play-Off campaign.
A queue stretching back past the Fantastic Media Stand met Ticket Office staff upon opening at 9am, supplemented by non-stop phone calls and online sales.
By 12.30pm, the available seats were completely sold out – taking Town’s Season Card sales total to an amazing 20,192 for the Club’s first ever Premier League campaign.
Season Cards for the upcoming campaign are now completely sold out, with the remaining seats – largely in the Fantastic Media Stand Lower Tier – reserved for match day sales.
Due to the level of Season Card sales, the Club’s Ticket Office is currently investigating an exchange system to resell the seats of home supporters who cannot attend specific match days. Please keep checking htafc.com for further information on this in due course.
The Ticket Office is also creating a waiting list for Season Cards in case any seats become available. If you are interested in adding your name to this list, please email email@example.com or call 01484 484 123 and give full details including your name, full address, date of birth and contact number.
Huddersfield Town’s Commercial Director Sean Jarvis commented:
“Everyone connected with the Club should be very proud of this achievement ahead of what will be a landmark season.
“The demand for Season Cards was completely unprecedented, which I believe is testament to all the hard work that has gone into the Club over many years.
“Huddersfield Town is a community club and it is superb to see fans coming together to back the team in the new Premier League season.
“I’d like to thank every fan for their patience on what was a testing day as they queued, waiting online or tried to call to get their Season Card. We all appreciate the manner with which you approached this process.
“I also want to pay tribute to every member of staff in the Ticket Office, who in the face of unprecedented demand did their Club proud.
“The hard work will continue at the Club to ensure we are prepared and ready for the season come 12 August.”