It was nine weeks ago when Newcastle United confirmed they would be giving a partial refund to season ticket holders who had already signed up.
The 27 May 2016 saw the club release a statement saying that due to relegation to the Championship, they would give 10% of the cash back that was already paid or committed to.
On social media and elsewhere, supporters had been wondering what was happening with the season ticket (partial) refunds and now NUFC have laid out how it will happen.
Newcastle United official statement:
‘Newcastle United have confirmed details of how season ticket holders on long term deals will receive discounts after the club reduced all season ticket prices at St. James’ Park by 10% for 2016/17.
The club has written to season ticket holders to confirm that required updates of its ticketing system are now complete and has thanked them for their patience while waiting for payment information.
From early September, all supporters who pay for their season ticket with a lump sum up front will be receiving a refund payment to the value of 10% of their season ticket.
The club will be writing to supporters individually to confirm precise details of how this payment will be made very shortly.
Season ticket holders who use the club’s Direct Debit scheme will start to see lower monthly payments from September onwards, which will equate to a total final saving of 10%.’