Manchester United increase season ticket prices for first time in 11 years

Manchester United are raising their season ticket prices for the first time in 11-years.

Season ticket holders were sent an email on Monday, seen by Stretty News, revealing a 5 per cent increase ahead of next season.

United previously boasted about freezing ticket prices, which was something they achieved for 11 seasons, but they’re being defrosted due to ‘challenging’ match day cost hikes. It’s probably the first excuse they came up with…

The price hike comes at a strange time. The Glazer family are looking into selling the club, with bids tabled from Qatar and Sir Jim Ratcliffe, yet they appear to have concerns over ticket prices.

Otherwise they wouldn’t increase the price.

With news that Fenway Sports Group have changed their mind about selling Liverpool (via The Guardian), we are hoping that the Glazers don’t get the same idea about United.

The fight to get rid of the parasites is ongoing. It’s not over until they’re gone.

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