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Ticket price freeze for 2009/10


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Paul Rogers 23 April 2009


Liverpool FC are to freeze prices on all tickets at Anfield for the 2009-10 season.

In fact, for any supporter renewing a season ticket, the price will actually drop compared to the cost for the current campaign as it will reflect a reduction of 2.5% in VAT which will be applied across the whole of next season, despite the government stating the VAT rate will be increased again to 17.5% on January 1st 2010.


At that point, general ticket sale prices will reflect any change made by the government to the VAT rate.


Liverpool Commercial Director Ian Ayre said: "These are clearly difficult economic times and the club believed a price freeze was the right thing to do. All our fans are facing increasing monetary pressures and this is a small thank you to all of them for their continuing loyalty and support.”


Further details, including a breakdown of all ticket prices for the 2009-2010 season and the timescales involved for season ticket renewals will be announced in due course.

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