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Season Card prices are held back at Boro
Updated 11:08am Wednesday 5th March 2014 in Sport
Boro have frozen season card prices for next season - the ninth successive campaign prices have not gone up.
For the first time the package - which will begin dropping through letterboxes next week - has been tailored with messages from chairman Steve Gibson for supporters in each area of the stadium.
The price freeze is available to all existing and new holders who take advantage of the early bird offer by buying before 6pm on Monday, April 21.
Adults in the Generation Red Family Zone pay £370, including an Under-11 card at no extra cost. Under-18s start at £30 when purchased with an adult card in that section.
Adult prices in other areas are from £370, with Over-65s from just £230 and 18-21s from £185.
Five-month and ten-month zero interest payment option instalment plans are available.
Gibson said: "We believe the package is very competitive. We've got to earn the right to your support and put a team out there that wins games and entertains people.
"Together we will get this club back into the Premier League. It's what Teesside wants, it's what you as fans deserve and it's what I want more than anything."
Head coach Karanka said: "Our fans give the team tremendous backing wherever we play and I want you to know that this is so important and is very much appreciated by all of us.
"I know where we deserve to be - in the Premier League. It's my job to make sure that happens, and step by step we are building a new future for our club.
Season cards can be bought at mfc.co.uk, or at the club's ticket offices from 11am today.