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Juniors Snap Up £95 Season Tickets

by Daniel Alston @efc_danalston

Junior Blues have been snapping up 2013/14 Season Tickets - with the £95 pricetag proving popular once again.
 
Last season, Everton Football Club's '£5 for kids' FA Cup match tickets led to 2012/13 Season Tickets to be set at £95, a cost of £5 per Premier League game.
 
And with the Early Bird window opening earlier this month, parents and guardians have been keen to secure seats for their young Evertonians.
 
Fans under the age of 11 are eligible for the £95 tickets, while Under-16s have also seen their prices frozen for the new term.
 
There are excellent Early Bird offers for current Season Ticket holders who can enjoy 25 per cent discount, while the Early Bird period also offers up to a 20 per cent reduction for new Season Ticket holders.
 
As in previous years, there are a variety of payment methods, including both Everton MasterCard and Direct Debit options.
 
The deadline for Blues wishing to pay for their Season Tickets via four Direct Debit installments is Friday 19 April.
 
The Early Bird window will remain open until midnight on Friday 19 April. Tickets will be on sale online at evertonfc.com/eticketing, by calling 0871 663 1878* or by visiting the Park End box office or the Everton Two store.
 
For a full list of prices, payment options and the answers to a range of Season Ticket-related questions, click here .

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