THE majority of Crystal Palace season tickets for next season have been frozen as the club aims to keep football affordable for its fans.
There is a slight increase in the Director's Box and the two blocks immediately next to it - the Malcolm Allison and Stanley Stephenson lounges – will have a new pre-paid food scheme.
These seasons tickets will have an additional £100 added to the price but this money can be spent over the course of the season on food and drink via the ticket holder's season ticket card.
Stephen Browett, Palace co-chairman, told the Advertiser the scheme would hopefully significantly increase the speed of service in these areas.
Adult prices start at £420, seniors students and 18-21-year-olds are from £280, under 18s are from £190 and under 10s are from £95.
Browett added: "We think that these are pretty modest prices and certainly they compare very favourably with those of other London Premier league clubs."
The pre-paid food scheme is not being introduced in the rest of the main stand or in the other three stands.
'Earlybird' fans who buy before February 28 will receive a ten per cent discount and those booking in March and April can choose to spread payments over 12 months using a new interest free credit option – payable by direct debit and with no administration or interest charges.