Early Bird Until Saturday
We've extended the Season Ticket discount deadline even further!
The 2009/10 Season Ticket Early Bird window will close on Saturday.
Supporters have until 6pm to purchase or renew their Season Ticket in person at the box office or over the telephone, or until midnight to do so online.
Click here to purchase or renew online
It's your last chance to take advantage of the 10% Early Bird pricing offer, a further £10 discount available for buying online and the fantastic finance offer which allows supporters to pay by Direct Debit.
Please click here for full details including price information.
To date, over 50 per cent of Season Ticket sales have come via Everton's online ticketing service, eTicketing, while over 1500 supporters have elected to take up the option of making the four monthly Direct Debit payments.
The Direct Debit payment option ends with tonight's deadline however - so don't miss the chance to spread your payments and secure a seat at Goodison for the 2009/10 campaign.
There is also an interest-free Everton Mastercard arrangement. Click here for more details.
Fans have had a week longer than originally planned to take advantage of these great offers.
The original Early Bird deadline was midnight on Saturday 18 April but, with over 32,000 Evertonians heading to Wembley last weekend for the FA Cup semi-final, the Club opted to further extend the window.
Having done so, chief executive officer Robert Elstone believes it makes sense for fans to make use of the offers available right up until tonight's 6pm and midnight deadlines.
He said: “We felt it only right and proper to give our supporters as much of an opportunity as possible to take advantage of the Early Bird offer.
“Sales since the start of this year’s campaign have been very pleasing and we're delighted with the fans' continued support but we are also conscious that the past few days have been all about Wembley and some fans may have missed the deadline.
“By extending until Saturday it will give all fans a renewed opportunity to renew or make a purchase as a large majority of those fans will of course be here for the Manchester City game.”