How Wanderers' cheapest season ticket price compares to League One rivals

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Wanderers' cheapest season ticket was available from £219 during the club’s early bird discount
Wanderers' cheapest season ticket was available from £219 during the club’s early bird discount

Wanderers have sold more tickets for the upcoming campaign than any other season since the Premier League days, but how do their prices compare to the rest of League One?

The cheapest season ticket at the UniBol was available for £219 during the club’s early bird discount.

Speaking earlier this year, chairman Sharon Brittan said: “The board and I passionately believe in rewarding loyalty and we have thought long and hard about how we could repay your support.

“We are cognisant that the cost of living is rising for everyone and that many people in our community will need to make careful choices about how they spend their money.

“Therefore, it feels right to help make those decisions a bit easier for our wonderful fans and that is why we are introducing savings for Early Bird tickets.”

Morecambe (£150) and Fleetwood (£170) are the only sides to offer cheaper season tickets than Wanderers for the upcoming season.

However, it is worth noting that both offers are in standing areas of the club’s respective stadia.

Meanwhile, Sheffield Wednesday find themselves at the bottom of the list – the Yorkshire club’s cheapest offer for the upcoming season was £415.

Portsmouth (£389) and MK Dons (£370) also rank highly across the division, having finished 10th and third respectively last term.

Here is a full list of the cheapest 2022/23 season ticket prices at each League One club

  • Morecambe - £150 (standing)

  • Fleetwood – £170 (standing)

  • Wanderers - £219

  • Accrington Stanley – £219

  • Cheltenham – £283 (standing)

  • Barnsley – £285

  • Charlton – £285

  • Derby – £286

  • Burton – £301 (standing)

  • Forest Green – £306 (standing)

  • Bristol Rovers – £315

  • Port Vale - £330

  • Ipswich – £333

  • Plymouth - £340

  • Wycombe - £342 (standing)

  • Peterborough - £349

  • Cambridge – £349

  • Shrewsbury - £345

  • Oxford - £359

  • Lincoln - £365

  • Exeter – £368

  • MK Dons - £370

  • Portsmouth - £389

  • Sheffield Wednesday - £415

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