Everton confirm season ticket deadline

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Everton have set the 2020-21 season ticket renewal deadline for Tuesday, 28th July.

A club press release stated as follows:

The Season Ticket deadline had been extended from the original 2 April date as a result of the suspension of the 2019/20 campaign between March and June due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The 2019/20 season restarted last month, with all remaining Premier League fixtures being completed behind closed doors as a result of strict safety protocols to combat the spread of Covid-19.

Season Ticket Members who opted to store their pro-rata 2019/20 refund entitlement as credit on their Everton account - and who haven't yet renewed for the 2020/21 campaign - can use that credit as part of their renewal for the new season on or before the 28 July deadline. A six-month Direct Debit option remains available for any fans who wish to spread the cost of their Season Ticket payment, with the first payment scheduled for 3 August 2020.

This deadline date does not cover Seasonal Hospitality Memberships. More information will be communicated to hospitality members in the coming weeks.

Should any Premier League fixtures in the 2020/21 campaign be impacted by restrictions for fan attendance, Season Ticket Members affected will receive a pro-rata refund. A full list of FAQs related to 2020/21 Season Tickets is available on evertonfc.com.

Season Ticket Members who have not yet renewed can visit evertonfc.com/onwards for more renewal information, including full details on the Direct Debit option.

Season Tickets can be renewed online on or before Tuesday, 28 July by logging in at evertonfc.com or, alternatively, by calling the Fan Centre on 0151 556 1878.


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stuart gray
1 Posted 06/07/2020 at 18:41:27
How can they be asking for the season ticket money, I don't understand. ??

Will we be back the middle of August. I don't think so.

With all the people losing their jobs and furloughed, I don't think it is good that we are asked for money for games we are not going to.?

Jim Bennings
2 Posted 06/07/2020 at 22:34:50
To be honest, I'm not sure that I'd be risking my health or that of family to just go and watch this soulless drab Everton team, even if we were allowed back in this year, which I very much doubt will happen given the precarious nature of this situation.

I'm baffled how clubs think they are gonna sell season tickets for next season?

Mike Keating
3 Posted 07/07/2020 at 12:12:56
The government announced that they were ‘following the science‘ to relax rules on pubs and restaurants at the weekend but I didn't believe a word of it, so, like many others, didn't join the party (that's my choice).
But what happens if we renew and the EPL say it's ‘following the science' to announce that all stadiums are open for business as usual at a time many regard as ‘too soon' - I exercise my right to reject the advice and stay home - presumably Everton will say that was my choice and pocket the fee.
Be interesting to see what other clubs are doing.
John Raftery
4 Posted 07/07/2020 at 19:14:59
The idea Premier League clubs will be permitted to host full attendances in September or October is a fantasy. If, and it is a big if, the numbers of confirmed cases continues to decline it is feasible smaller crowds will be allowed subject to the social distancing guidelines. How clubs sort that out will be an interesting challenge for them.
Mike Keating
5 Posted 07/07/2020 at 20:00:40
As the FAQ section on the EFC website didn't address my question above, I emailed them and got a very quick response;

“As stated in the FAQs, we will follow government advice on when live sport can resume with fans in attendance. Until we know more information on this, we would not be able to advise on the situation should any fans choose to not attend due to health concerns.

We will advise supporters once we have more information from both the Government and the Premier League.“

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