Leeds cash in with credit company partnership

13 February 2020

Leeds
Photo: Getty Images The club's commercial income amounted to £21.8 million for the 2017/18 season, the biggest figure achieved in the Championship.

The club have partnered with Premium Credit, which will enable supporters to spread out the cost of their season tickets over a six-month period instead of having to pay a one-time fee.

Leeds already have the biggest commercial income in the Championship.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

Leeds United have partnered with the credit company Premium Credit, enabling supporters to spread out the cost of their season tickets over a six-month period instead of having to pay the full fee at once. 

As part of the promotion build-up, Leeds have frozen the price of their general admission season tickets for next season. Current season ticket holders will thus be able to purchase next season's season ticket for the same price as they paid for the current season.

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