Dundee freeze season ticket prices – but casual fans will be charged up to £30 for a game

Dundee FC have revealed season ticket prices for the next campaign have been frozen across the board but some punters could be charged £30 for general admission.

The Dens Park side announced season books for the 2018/19 season are now on sale with the cheapest adult ticket costing £340, if bought before April 27.

Kids can again watch the Dark Blues for just £1 all season with the return of the special under-12 promotion.

However, to achieve the biggest savings, Dees will have to stump up the cash before they know what division their side will be playing in next season.

Those unable to afford a season ticket and look to go to occasional games will have to pay as much as £30, with Dee chiefs adding a new ‘Premium’ ticket category.

The club have not stipulated which games come under this new category, but will likely be against Celtic, Rangers and Dundee United – should the two sides draw each other in the cups or if the Terrors gain promotion to the Premiership.

It is not known if the Premium category will be in place if Dundee are relegated to the Championship this season.

Category A and B games remain the same prices at £26 and £24, respectively.

Premium prices for concessions, U18s and U12s have also been introduced at £22, £15, and £8.