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Thirteen clubs raise "lowest" categories

icon ticketprices23 July ~ Despite the Premier League's latest TV deal being the biggest so far, with clubs benefiting from being in the most lucrative league in the world, thirteen of them have raised season ticket prices for the coming season. Alex Miller has looked at the figures for Sporting Intelligence, revealing that the average "lowest price" ticket is now £526, up 6.5 per cent. Promoted teams QPR and Burnley have raised theirs the most, the latter by 47 per cent, while Stoke, Hull and Crystal Palace's new lowest prices are also over ten per cent higher than last season. Sporting Intelligence have the full breakdown.

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