Malaga's season ticket campaign officially launched this week with very few surprises for the club's fans.
The expectation, in terms of sales and renewals, remains more or less the same as last season and this is reflected in the prices. The cheapest season ticket costs 190 euros in the case of renewals (200 for new purchases) while the most expensive seats, in the Tribuna, cost 750 euros (850 for new season ticket holders).
As with last year, the 'all-inclusive' packages remain. This means that holders will have access to all games held at La Rosaleda (21 league games, plus any Copa del Rey or hypothetical play-off games).
Online renewals (www.malagacf.com/en/malaguistas/19-20-season-tickets) will also benefit from a five per cent discount, while those who renew this month will also be able to pay the same rate next year should Malaga return to La Liga. Special rates also apply for children.
A strong start
The club have launched a number of campaigns to encourage supporters to sign up for next year. One campaign urges fans: "Don't try to deny what you feel." This, as well as the confirmation on Monday that Víctor Sánchez del Amo would be leading the team next year, saw a strong start to the season ticket campaign, which officially launched on Monday.
On the first day alone, some 6,300 people had signed up. Of them were 4,900 automatic renewals, plus a further 1,400 renewals, either at the stadium's ticket office or online.
By Wednesday, the total had risen to 8,000, well ahead of the pace anticipated by the club.
Overall, the target is to reach or surpass the 20,000 season ticket holders that the club had last season.