Wolves have announced their season ticket prices for the 2021/22 season.
The deadline for renewals is Friday 30 July and adult ticket prices start at £549 for supporters in the Sir Jack Hayward and Stan Cullis Stands.
They start at £433.42 for fans who did not take the chance of a refund for the four matches played without spectators at the end of the 2019/20 season.
Earlier this month, the Guardian reported that the current plan is that stadiums will be at full capacity for the opening weekend of the Premier League season.
Wolves are away at Leicester that day but their first home match of the season is against Tottenham the following weekend.
That match will of course see Nuno Espirito Santo make a rapid return to Molineux in the away dugout.
The announcement of the prices went down well with some fans on Twitter.
It appears they were expecting a bigger jump in prices than what they got and praised the club. Here’s some of the reaction:
Well done @Wolves , nice touch for those over 65 and with medical conditions having a deferral if they want to 👍— 📌 Ed (@A6EDJ) July 5, 2021
Well that was a pleasant surprise, well done @wolves 👏👏👏🧡🖤🐺— Iain Brown (@fraserbrown1970) July 5, 2021
Well wolves you've done well there. I was expecting a massive backlash but you've priced it very well— Richard Grice (@gricey88) July 5, 2021
Great stuff I’m happy paying £433!!— Daniel Hughes (@DanielSparkrite) July 5, 2021
Over the moon with these prices and so glad I didn't take the refund when offered it. Renewed and can't wait to get back into my other home again!— matt lockley (@matt_lockley) July 5, 2021
Perfect pricing in reality especially with the four game rebate— andywwfc83🐺💛🖤 (@Woodthewolf83) July 5, 2021
Just a note @wolves remember you still have my Olympiacos money aswell 😉
Better than many were fearing. And using the 21/22 prices for the refund 👏🏻👏🏻— Phil Bradley (@wolvesbradders) July 5, 2021
Renewed mine. Alot cheaper than alot of fans originally thought. Nice one wolves 👌🏻— Stephen Freeman (@Stephenf91) July 5, 2021
Not as bad as first thought— Paul (@GoldNblackWolf) July 5, 2021
Fantastic value once again 🙌🏻— Justin L (@J77_WLV) July 5, 2021
My club ❤️— RB (@RK13REF) July 5, 2021
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