Premier League season ticket prices 2024/25 and how Newcastle's compares after 5% hike

Many Premier League clubs announced their season ticket prices for next season - with Newcastle United fans in for a surprise.

Thanks to data collected by the Reach Data United, a total of 70 of this season’s Premier League and EFL clubs have released their season ticket prices for the 24/25 season, with the Magpies one of 47 clubs set to increase their prices for the cheapest new adult season tickets for the upcoming campaign.

With the price hike increasing by an average of £35.43 each, there are 19 clubs who abstained by freezing their prices, such as Crystal Palace, while four have reduced them with one of those being Burnley ahead of their return to the Championship next season.

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Newcastle's 5.1% rise spells a £32 difference from this season's £630 cost to £662 next season with Eddie Howe's side having no European football after finishing outside of the qualification places. Across the decade, there's been a 26.2% increase for season tickets at St James' Park, having cost £525 in the 2014/15 season.

The £662 is the fourth-highest in the Premier League this season with Arsenal topping the list with £1,072, then Tottenham Hotspur with £856, with Liverpool placing third with a cost of £713.

Fans may have to shell a tad bit more for the cheapest adult season ticket but it's a fairly modest rise compared to other clubs in the top-flight with Arsenal raising their prices by 10.1%, Brentford by 10.0%, and Nottingham Forest with a league high 18.3% raise after narrowly securing their Premier League status for next season with a 17th-place finish.

Brentford v Newcastle United at the Gtech Stadium, London
In what was an injury-hit season for Newcastle, the club finished seventh in the Premier League -Credit:Iain Buist/Newcastle Chronicle

The Gunners' pricey cost for their cheapest adult tickets next season spells an increase of £100 compared to last season, which is the largest in the country. It’s far from being the largest percentage increase, however.

In the Premier League, Bournemouth’s cheapest tickets are increasing by 18.1% to £495, and Nottingham Forest’s are increasing by 18.3% to £550.

Outside of the top flight, Morecambe’s cheapest tickets are set to rise by 25.1%, with non-early bird tickets costing fans £249. That’s up from £199 last season, though fans were able to purchase tickets at that price in the early bird window.