CELTIC will reward their loyal supporters next term with season ticket prices only expected to be “minimally raised in price”.
According to a report in the Daily Record, the the Hoops hierarchy has no intention of cashing in on a potential historic year where the team could be attempting to win a record 10 successive titles.
The Hoops, of course, are 13 points clear with eight games to play and on track for nine in a row this time around.
Neil Lennon’s men can take a massive step in that direction when they take on Steven Gerrard’s outfit at Ibrox on Sunday.
The champions are only two wins away from annexing a fourth Scottish Cup and that could also lead to an unprecedented quadruple treble.
But the club will not jack up their prices for the 2020/21 campaign with only an inflationary rise coming into play and it is understood the club will continue with their £50 deal for Under-12s.
Details from Celtic will follow in due course.