BRIGHTON and Hove Albion have announced season ticket prices are to rise.
Some tickets for 2019/20 are to go up by £35.
The most expensive seats can be found in the centre of the lower west stand which will increase to £845, compared with £810 this season. 

The rise in ticket prices varies from £5 up to £35.
The cheapest adult tickets for the 2019/20 campaign start at £515, with tickets for under 21s and over 65s from £365, under 18s from £145 and under  tens at £90. The tickets include local travel to and from the game on public transport.

At the lowest price, season tickets work out at £28 a game.
The club have also given information on how to renew season tickets for current holders.
Those who pay by direct debit do not need to renew as their tickets will be renewed automatically.
Ticket holders paying by lump sum are asked to renew by no later than March 13.
If renewals are not confirmed by then, the tickets will be made available to those on the waiting list.
The club has averaged a 95 per cent renewal rate.
over the past two seasons and has a waiting list close to 8,000. This season Brighton ranked 12th in the most expensive Premier League season ticket list.
Tottenham topped the list with their top season ticket costing £2,200 – rivals 
Arsenal came second with a top cost of £1,768.

The cheapest season ticket of the 20 Premier League clubs this season was at Huddersfield, costing just £249 – £300 cheaper than 19th-placed Cardiff.
In comparison, over in Germany’s Bundesliga, Bayern Munich’s most expensive season ticket for the 2018/19 campaign came in at 750 euros (£657.48). 
For more information on how to renew and prices, visit