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Leeds Slash Season Ticket Prices

Leeds Slash Season Ticket Prices

In a clear sign that the club will be embarking on a massive cost-cutting campaign across the summer, Leeds United have announced that season ticket prices for the 2007/2008 season will be reduced by up to £150.

With the club playing in League One for the very first time, a new price structure means the lowest price season tickets will be £350 for adults and £150 for youngsters. The biggest savings come from the West Stand and East Central Lower, however at £350 for the cheap seats it is still considerably more expensive than some of our fellow League One clubs. 80 miles down the road for example in South Cheshire, a season ticket watching Crewe Alex will cost an adult £285 at the very most.

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Date:Thursday May 17 2007
Time: 5:37PM

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