After the coronavirus crisis has ensured a delay in footballing proceedings, Stoke City have moved to issue an update regarding season ticket sales.
The Potters have stated that the early-bird sales period for renewing and purchasing a season card for the next season will close this coming Monday – the 6th of April.
However, due to the current circumstances surrounding the start of next season – as well as any possible financial issues that loyal Stoke supporters may run into under the current context of working situations in the UK, the club have announced that the early bird window will reopen at a later date, and that fans who do not wish for direct debit payments to be deducted should contact the club’s ticket office.
“Current Season Card holders can claim their seat in second sales period at the current Early Bird price
Stoke City 2020/21 Season Cards will remain on sale at Early Bird prices until midnight on Monday (April 6),” started a statement by the club.
“Fans are reminded that, due to financial uncertainty for many supporters during this difficult time, the Early Bird period will re-open at a later date.
“The date of the second Early Bird sales period will be announced in due course.
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“Current Season Card holders who wish to renew in the second sales period will still be able to keep their seat.
“Supporters who have committed to pay for 2020/21 Season Cards by direct debit who wish to stop payments should contact the Ticket Office as soon as possible.”
Key information – regarding the start of next season as well as the conclusion of this current one is still unknown to both Stoke City and supporters, as the coronavirus outbreak threatens to not just affect one season, but two.