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Early Bird - 2 Days To Go

by Matthew Gamble @efc_mattgamble

ForEverton members can buy their tickets for the Hull City game on 3 December now!

There are just TWO days to go until the Early Bird window for 2013/14 Season Tickets closes.

It means time is running out for Evertonians to save up to £96.63 on their 2013/14 Season Ticket*.

In fact, supporters only have until midnight on Friday 19 April to commit for the forthcoming campaign and make a massive saving on their seat for next season's 19 Barclays Premier League home games.

The Early Bird window allows those supporters who act fast to guarantee their attendance at the cheapest possible price - and the pre-deadline saving of up to £96.63* equates to as many as two-and-a-half free games!

For a full list of prices, payment options and answers to a range of Season Ticket-related questions, or to buy your 2013/14 Season Ticket online, click here.

If you are in Liverpool city centre this weekend, it is also possible to purchase your Season Ticket and take advantage of the Early Bird discount at the Everton Two store in Liverpool One. The ticket facility at Everton Two is open 9.30am-7pm from Monday to Friday, 9am-7pm on Saturday and 11am-5pm on Sunday.

Also, don’t forget fans under the age of 11 are eligible for a bargain £95 Season Ticket, while Under-16s have also seen Season Ticket prices frozen across the stadium. For more information or to buy, click here.

>>> Buy a season ticket before 19 April and be in with a chance of winning a VIP experience when West Ham United visit Goodison Park for Everton’s final home fixture of 2012/13. Find out more here.

*Saving based on purchasing a returners adult Park End Season Ticket before the Early Bird Deadline at £579.75. Non-Early Bird returners adult price £676.38.

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