Renewal date to be set pending government & EFL advice
- 2020/21 Season Card renewal deadline will be extended
- Renewal deadline will be set once EFL set dates for season
- Ticket Office closed, but renewals still available online
With English football currently on pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Huddersfield Town can confirm it will further extend the deadline for Season Card renewals.
The football club fully understands that many supporters want to know more about what the new season might look like before renewing their Season Card.
As a result, the deadline date will now not be set until further advice from the government and the EFL is received relating to the conclusion of the current season, as well as the start of the 2020/21 campaign.
Many fans are still renewing their Season Cards despite the pandemic, and any supporters who wish to do so can still complete this easy process online. Full information on that process can be found HERE.
Alternatively, we do have staff working from home who can process your telephone booking if you are unable to renew online. Please call 01484 960606 and your call will be diverted to them.
You can also renew your Season Card using our finance option to spread the payments out over the season. For more information on finance, click HERE.
Renewing your seat for next season, regardless of which stand your seat is in, will cost:
ADULTS - £249
SENIORS (OVER-60) - £249
UNDER-18S - £129
UNDER-8S - £49
Age qualification is at Saturday 1 August 2020.
Ambulant disabled supporters and wheelchair users should pay their relevant price class and a free Personal Assistant.
Huddersfield Town’s Ticket Office Manager Sue Beaumont explained:
“We’ve understandably had a number of queries about a possible extension on the Season Card deadline and, following the most recent update from the EFL, it makes complete sense to remove the deadline date until we know more.
“I’d also like to take this opportunity to thank the many supporters who have renewed theirs despite the current climate; your support is greatly appreciated.”