How Bristol Rovers' season ticket prices compare with Huddersfield, Bolton and League One rivals

-Credit: (Image: Tom Sandberg/PPAUK)
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Bristol Rovers have the seventh-most expensive season ticket in League One based on the lowest cost of an adult for the 2024/25 campaign.

Based on the Gas' early bird pricing, the cheapest adult season ticket at the Mem is £359 in the terraces although they have been on general sale since March 20 with the cheapest general price ticket for an adult being £409. That is £76 cheaper than the price of a renewed adult season ticket at newly-promoted Stockport County who have the most-expensive cheapest season ticket in the third-tier.

Rovers released their pricing structure for the new campaign back in February with minimal increases on the season before for adults but there were some hefty rises in cost for younger supporters due to changes in pricing categories. The Gas removed individual categories for under-18s and under-10s with young fans placed in either an under-21s or under-14s bracket although a family saver deal in the South Stand was introduced the following day following criticism from supporters.

The completion of the 3,414 capacity South Stand has made a significant improvement to the Mem with prices frozen in that end of the ground after its opening was delayed as the club awaited planning permission.

Although League Two winners Stockport currently take the title of most-expensive season ticket based on their cheapest adult price with three other clubs still to confirm their details, the highest average can be found at Peterborough United. However, the figure of £525 is slightly inaccurate given that it includes prices in the Alan Boswell Insurance Executive Suite which is notably more expensive and is exclusive to renewals only.

Elsewhere, recently-relegated Huddersfield Town can take the accolade of cheapest season ticket with a £249 early bird price for adults ahead of their first campaign outside the top two divisions for 12 years. Play-off runners-up Bolton Wanderers also have a £249 early bird ticket for adults with their average £350 as Ian Evatt's side look to put wrongs right this term after missing out on promotion to Oxford United.

The upcoming League One campaign is certainly looking to be one of the toughest in recent years with Rovers set for a busy summer of recruitment after seeing 13 players depart as they await on decisions from Scott Sinclair, Jordan Rossiter and Luca Hoole who have been offered new contracts.

On season tickets, chairman Hussain AlSaeed said in an open letter back in February: "The future holds immense promise, and we are not embarking on this journey alone. Your unwavering support, passion, and loyalty fuel our collective aspirations."

You can see the full list of League One season ticket prices below based on cheapest ticket and then average price of an adult seat or in a standing area with three clubs still yet to confirm their details.

League One season ticket prices 2024/25

Cheapest adult ticket / average adult ticket

  • Stockport County* - £435 / £450

  • Rotherham United* - £405 / £450

  • Lincoln City* - £399 / £417

  • Cambridge United* - £390 / £463

  • Shrewsbury Town* £375 / £490

  • Wycombe Wanderers - £362 / £438

  • Bristol Rovers* - £359 / £452

  • Peterborough United* - £349 / £525

  • Barnsley* - £349 / £437

  • Leyton Orient* - £347 / £423

  • Reading* - £340 / £397

  • Wrexham* - £340 / £363

  • Exeter City* - £338 / £426

  • Wigan Athletic* - £329 / £366

  • Mansfield Town* - £325 / £385

  • Blackpool* - £315 / £441

  • Charlton Athletic - £310 / £425

  • Burton Albion* - £301 / £369

  • Northampton Town* - £289 / £413

  • Bolton Wanderers* - £249 / £350

  • Huddersfield Town** - £249 / £249

Birmingham City, Crawley Town and Stevenage are yet to confirm their prices for 2024/25

*based on early bird and/or renewal prices

**based on early bird prices with general sale prices yet to be released