Supporters who are looking to pay for their Season Ticket in more manageable chunks can do so by applying to Finance their Season Ticket by Direct Debit and spread the cost over equal monthly payments.
The 11-month Direct Debit deadline is the second payment milestone with the offer only available until midnight tomorrow. The Goodison Park Box Office will be open until 6pm and renewals for 11-month Direct Debits are being accepted until Midnight online at evertonfc.com/home1819. Blues renewing their Season Tickets also have the option of spreading payments over 10 and nine months with deadlines coming up on 31 March for the 10 month Direct Debit and 6 April for the nine-month Direct Debit.
All supporters over the age of 18 who hold a valid bank or building society account and are a resident in the UK can Finance their Season Ticket using this method.
In addition to Direct Debit payment options, the Club has introduced an option for fans to pay in two stages. Supporters renewing using the two-stage payment option will pay 50% of the cost of their Season Ticket upon renewal in February and the final 50% will automatically come off their debit or credit card on 26 March. Supporters only have until midnight 28 February to take advantage of the two-stage payment option.
The Everton Mastercard continues to offer 0% interest on a Season Ticket purchase for nine months.
All Season Ticket information, as well as a pricing calculator for all payment options, is available on evertonfc.com/home1819
The last chance for Season Ticket Members to secure their seat for next season is Friday 6 April.
Non-Season Ticket members wishing to register their interest in a 2018/19 Season Ticket will need to become an Official Member to receive priority access to non-renewed Season Tickets.
Supporters who joined the waiting list for a 2017/18 Season Ticket but were not given the opportunity to purchase a Season Ticket will retain their position, provided they have purchased an Official Membership this Season (2017/18) and registered their interest.