Port Vale are chasing promotion in League Two and supporters are hoping to celebrate earning promotion at the end of the campaign. Yet, regardless of playing in League One or League Two, supporters will be charged more for season tickets in 2022-23.
The club has raised season ticket prices for the upcoming season after freezing them for the past five years. Supporters can get their tickets at early bird prices of £330 for adults in the Lorne Street or £315 in the stadium’s other stands. The best-priced tickets for the current campaign were £310 in the Lorne Street Stand and £295 for all other stands.
Port Vale supporters are eagerly anticipating the end of the campaign and possible promotion. Just a few matches are left on the fixture list and supporters can use the Bet365 bonuskod to get the latest bet bonuses and codes before wagering on Port Vale’s games.
The club chose to freeze season ticket prices last summer. The decision came in spite of estimations that revenue would decrease around £1m from the previous 12 months. The decrease in revenue came due to the club playing behind closed doors during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fans can also select from season tickets deals for the 2022-23 season including the Junior Valiants (£15), young teens (£145), young adults (£210), and supporters over 62-years old (£250). Supporters can take advantage of the early bird deals until June 30. If fans fail to purchase their season tickets before then, they will see a spike in prices. Following the deadline, the prices increase to £400 for adults in the Lorne Street Stand and £365 in the stadium’s other stands. The 2022-23 season tickets went on sale Monday, March 28.
Supporters who purchase the early bird season tickets for the Lorne Street Stand will save £245. Fans purchasing tickets for the other stands will save £237. These figures are based on comparisons to matchday tickets for those stands. Supporters also have the benefit of paying off their season ticket in three monthly installments from April to June.
Port Vale average League Two’s fifth-best attendance this season. After 20 home matches, Port Vale average 5,606 fans per game at Vale Park. Only Bradford City, Swindon Town, Bristol Rovers, and Tranmere Rovers attract more fans on average in 2021-22. Port Vale opened their current home, Vale Park, in 1950. The venue has a capacity of 19,552.
The club last played in League One during the 2016-17 campaign. That season saw Vale relegated after finishing 21st in the division. In their first two campaigns in League Two, Port Vale just staved off relegation to Non-League with back-to-back 29th-place finishes.
After 38 League Two games this season, Port Vale have picked up 63 points. The team is just three points off of automatic promotion as they chase Northampton Town. Port Vale have a game in hand over their automatic promotion rival. However, division’s top 10 is very close with just five points separating third place and 10th place in the standings.