Celtic release statements following government measures; season ticket update

By John McGinley

March 24, 2020

Celtic have confirmed in a statement that they have closed all of the club’s ticket offices and club stores following measures taken by the Prime Minister and First Minister last night.

Shop products and season ticket renewals can still be bought and ordered online.

On the subject of season tickets, the club had this to say specifically: “In these uncertain times we have also had thousands of you renew your Season Ticket and we would like to thank you for this commitment which we do not take lightly.

“On a daily basis, we are experiencing a number of supporters wishing to renew in person. Any supporters wishing to access the My Celtic Network account or any fans wishing to renew Season Tickets at this time, can do so at eticketing.co.uk/celtic.

“Please note, season ticket forms can also still be returned in pre-paid envelopes enclosed in renewal packs.”

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The current renewal deadline is 1st May and the club have currently not given guidance on whether or not this will be extended or what provisions will be in place for those particularly impacted by the ongoing health crisis.

Circumstances being what they are, a further update from the club on this seems likely over the next 5 weeks.

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In a further statement today, the club have also confirmed that all orders for personalised paving stones are currently on hold. This includes all outstanding paving stone orders, including replica products, placed in-store and online.

All installations of paving stones that were due to take place in March and April have also been postponed.

We live in unprecedented times at the moment and it’ll be important for the club to be as communicative with fans as possible over the next few weeks and months.