Leeds United offer fans season ticket rebate after relegation back to the Championship

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Leeds fans offered season ticket rebate

Leeds United are offering fans a season ticket rebate following their relegation back to the Championship this past season.

The Whites returned to the Premier League after a 16-year absence back in 2020 but sadly saw their three-year stay in the top-flight come to an end following a turbulent 2022/23 campaign, getting through three managers in that time.

Now, though, as somewhat of a consolation for supporters, Leeds are set to offer match-going fans a rebate on their season ticket ahead of the restart this August.

Designed to cover the 10% price increase that season ticket holders had to incur following promotion back to the Premier League, the club is now offering them two options as to how they’d like to have their money back.

Supporters will be sent a step-by-step guide to the rebate process on 19 June, but those who pay for the ‘United For 20 Years’ scheme will not be eligible.

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As explained in the announcement, Leeds fans will be given two options: the first will see the rebate amount transferred back directly into their bank account and the second will see the credit applied which can be used the next time they renew their season ticket.

For those choosing the first option, you will simply need to provide your six-digit bank sort code and eight-digit bank account number; as for the latter, the amount will go towards season ticket renewal for the 2024/25 season.

It might only be a small upshot for the disappointment of last season but it’s still a show of good faith from the club and every little helps, especially during a cost of living crisis.

You have until the deadline at midnight on Friday, 14 July 2023 to apply for your rebate and pick you’re preferred method of repayment; once it’s passed no further rebate applications will be accepted.

As for the other goings-on at the club, United are still yet to name a new head coach following the departure of stop-gap ‘Big Sam’ Allardyce and it remains unclear whether the club will be pursuing their FFP lawsuit against Everton.

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