I mean, guaranteed seats and guaranteed price for regular season tickets, frozen in autumn 2020, for next season. You bold text agrees with this.Sorry, I'm confused over this (easily done!).
What do you mean by "promotion proofed"? That we are guaranteed still to retain our seats if promoted? Or that we will retain our seats and at the original price?
For I had thought that when we originally bought our ST's, we were told the price would increase by 25% should we get promoted.
But the club update you linked to says (my bold):
"The Club is giving all Season Ticket Holders the option to ‘freeze’ their 2020/21 ticket and defer it to the 2021/22 season. Under this scenario, supporters will keep their seat and secure the same price for next season regardless of our league status. Those choosing this option will remain as Season Ticket Holders and full benefits will be retained."
How does that tie-in with the extract from the update quoted above?
Or am I just being a "Terry Christian"?
Premium seats are a law unto themselves but a premium seat holder I know told me that he is certain is going to be paying this increase - £125 per month instead of £99 per month (don't tell me that's not a 25% increase, we've got enough on our plates here).
Is it possible the 25% figure has been lifted either from some publicity relating to premium seats? Or, a part of publicity for 2020/21 new stadium season tickets before/whilst we spent a year indoors?
Possibly I think there was an early understanding that anyone who bought an ST in say January 2020 had a guaranteed priced whereas those signing up later in 2020 (e.g. for the first time, e.g. as we were snapping at West Brom's heels) were being committed to an increase? If that is true some may be getting a better deal for their first full year's ST than they expected.