The future, present and past are all reflected in Plymouth Argyle's Season-Ticket prices for the 2019-20 season.
With Home Park undergoing a radical facelift, the next generation of the Green Army will be able to see every Sky Bet League game at the Theatre of Greens for just £10 for the entire season, if they are under eight years old and accompanied by an adult. The Pilgrims have also introduced a new, heavily reduced, Under-12 age category.
At the other end of the scale, the most expensive season-ticket – the full adult ticket – still comes in at less than £400 for the entire season if bought at the Early-Bird price, a saving of approaching £6 per game at match-day prices. There are concessionary prices for over 65s, Under 23s and Under 18s.
The popular 1886 Membership – named after Argyle's year of formation – is back for another season, with a whole range of benefits for season-ticket holders, as well as for non season-ticket holders.
Message from the Manager
There has been a lot of change at Home Park during the 2018-19 season. You only have to look at the evolution of the new Mayflower Grandstand throughout the campaign to see the rapid strides that the club is making. The club is growing, and that is good, because the growth will ultimately benefit the team and the ambitions that we all have for success.
However, one thing that has not changed – that never changes – is the unstinting backing that the Green Army gives to myself and the players. I do not think that there is a more appropriate club anthem anywhere in the world than Semper Fidelis – ‘Always Faithful’.
Thank you for your support. I look forward to seeing you at Home Park next season.
A Season-Ticket represents the cheapest way of supporting Argyle at Home Park in 2019-20 - with even more savings to be made by taking advantage of our Early-Bird prices.
Adults will save more than 25% on the cost of watching the Pilgrims' 23 EFL games when compared with match-day prices.
There are similar savings to be made on concessionary season-tickets bought during the Early-Bird discount period, from Thursday, April 4-Tuesday, May 14.
- April 4: Season-Tickets on sale
- May 14: Early-Bird offer ends
- May 20: Flexi Ticket go on Sale
- June 2: Last chance to renew and keep your seats
- June 3-8: Devonport End, Lyndhurst Road Stand Relocation Week – moving-seat week for all buyers
- (Mayflower Grandstand relocation will happen later in the year.)
- June 10: Remaining seats go on general sale
- August 3: Season starts
Argyle is committed to family values and, with our new Under-12 and Under-8 Season-Tickets, we aim to ensure that the next generation of the Green Army can get to as many Home Park games as possible at the Theatre of Greens.
We have introduced an Under-8 Season-Ticket for just £10, if bought with a full Adult, Senior or Under-23 Season-Ticket. An Under-12 Season-Ticket costs just £65 at Early-Bird prices, which equates to just £2.43 per game.
Along with our innovative and industry-leading family area, we are paving the way for the fans of tomorrow.
Season-Ticket Holder Benefits
As a Season-Ticket holder at Home Park, you will enjoy access to all 23 of our home league games for the 2019-20 season, as well as the following:
- Priority on Home, Away and Cup Ticketing
- Discount in the Argyle Superstore, including 10% off purchases of more than £100 and 5% off purchases of more than £20
- No booking fee for the Season-Ticket holder to move their seat if purchasing additional tickets (by phone or in person only)
- Free entry to Home Park for selected non first-team matches
- Exclusive match-ticket offers for family and friends and Membership Card
One of Plymouth Argyle’s club values is ‘fan focus’. As part of this, we recognise that some of our supporters can need the assistance of a family member or friend to help them attend matches and cheer on our team at Home Park.
To help support these fans, Plymouth Argyle Football Club operate a free Personal Assistant (PA) ticket scheme. You are automatically eligible for this scheme if you can supply one of the following:
- Front page of your Disability Living Allowance (DLA) or Personal Independence Payment (PIP) – (Higher/Enhanced Rate):
- Evidence that you are registered severely sight-impaired (blind).
We recognise that the evidence requested above might not include everyone who has an access requirement. If you do not have any of the above evidence but wish to apply for access provisions, let us know why you require a free PA Ticket. You are welcome to post or email copies of any additional evidence that supports your application if you have any, or contact us to discuss your application.
Applications will be judged on a case-by-case basis. Buying a Disabled Ticket does not guarantee that a PA ticket will be issued. Prior to the start of 2019-20 season, all supporters wishing to purchase Wheelchair-User Ticket, or apply for a PA ticket, will need to prove their eligibility to the Ticket Office.
A record of their eligibility will be noted on the ticketing system, but no details of the nature of their disability, or copies of their allowance eligibility will be kept by the club. The PA Ticket is issued to the disabled person and can be used only if the disabled person is in attendance. It is not valid, and must not be used, if the disabled person does not attend the match.
Please note: The PA Ticket replaces the previous Disabled Carer’s Ticket.
Paying for your Season-Ticket
Payments can be made by logging into your online account at argyletickets.com and following the on-screen process.
Come along to the Home Park Ticket Office, make your payment and take your new Season Card away with you.
Call the Home Park Ticket Office on 01752 907700 to make your payment.