WIGAN Athletic have released ticket details for the 2011-12 season – with prices frozen for the fifth year in a row for all existing season-ticket holders.
Roberto Martinez’s men secured their spot in next year’s Premier League in thrilling circumstances at Stoke on Sunday, and fans can follow their fortunes next term for just £250 adults – which works out at just over £13 per game.
New purchasers can also take advantage of an Early Bird, if they buy before July 17, with full-price adult packages starting at just £270 – a fraction over £14 per game.
Latics have also maintained the Under-21s season-ticket price of £190, while Under-16s stay at £140, Under-11s are just £50 and Under-5’s can watch for free.
“We have enjoyed some of the best days in the club’s history again this season, and we need the Wigan people to continue getting behind their team,” said chairman Dave Whelan.
“In these difficult economic times, everyone is feeling the pinch, and I am delighted we can offer these fantastic prices for our fans and continue to deliver among the best value football in the Premier League.”
Manager Roberto Martinez added: “With your patience and understanding this season, you have made a real difference again.
“The atmosphere you have generated at the DW has been brilliant and makes me so proud to be the manager of this fantastic club that means so much to all of us.
“The supporters have a vital role to play as we attempt to move Latics onto the next level, and I hope everyone books their seat for next season because it’s going to be really exciting again.”
For a full list of prices and methods of payment go to www.wiganathletic.com, call the DW Stadium ticket office or ring 0871 6633552.