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Spread the Cost

Spread the cost of your MK Dons Season Ticket over 12 monthly payments.

By using the direct-debit scheme, you can spread the cost of your Season Ticket – and those of your friends and family – into manageable monthly payments.

With 65% of Season Ticket holders currently using the scheme, it’s the most popular method of payment and means adults can sign up for the new campaign from as little as £38.50 a month; over-65s from £24.75 a month and under-21s from £16.96 a month while under-18s are able to enjoy the full 2017/18 campaign from just £3.44 a month. Prices based on one month's payment up front and the remaining cost spread over eight months.

If you are applying for a new Season Ticket or are renewing your existing Season Ticket and now want to join the direct-debit scheme then all you need to do is complete the direct-debit statement instalment plan on the 2017/18 Season Ticket application form – click here to download!

If you want to add a Season Ticket(s) for family or friends, then simply attach the Season Ticket applications to the one direct-debit instalment plan form.

Ahead of your first direct-debit payment we will send you a schedule of payments letter with details of how much you will be paying each month.

If you are paying by direct-debit in 2016/17, your Season Ticket was automatically renewed for you on 5th April 2017 and you do not need to take any action.

To move to a new area of the stadium, add or remove people or add on optional extras such as memberships and seat plaques to your direct debit mandate, please contact the Box Office.

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Supporters paying by direct debut in 2017/18 will have their payments taken on the first working day of each month.

All over-18 Season Ticket holders who pay by direct debit will automatically be enrolled into the Academy Supporters’ Draw at an additional cost of £1 a month – click here for more information!

Your Season Ticket will automatically renew for 2018/19, too. To opt out, you will need to contact the Box Office.

MONTHLY PAYMENT OPTIONS
5th August – 4th September – One month’s payment up front and spread the remaining cost over seven months.

 

2017/18 Season Tickets

Adult Season Tickets are priced from £44 a month; over-65s from £28.29 a month and under-21s from £19.38 a month while under-18s are able to enjoy the full 2017/18 campaign from just £3.93 a month. Prices based on one month's payment up front and the remaining cost spread over seven months.

The Under-12s go FREE offer also remains, meaning the Club’s youngest supporters can watch all 23 home league matches in 2017/18 for FREE when they become a Young Dons member.

As well as ensuring you a seat at every one of the Dons’ home league fixtures, 2017/18 Season Ticket holders will be able to redeem a FREE replica home shirt to Don during the campaign if they sign up before 31st August 2017 - click here for more information!

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE 2017/18 SEASON TICKET BROCHURE

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE 2017/18 SEASON TICKET APPLICATION FORM

How to buy

  • Call the Box Office on 0333 200 5343
  • Visit the Box Office at Stadium MK in person.

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