It was announced this morning on the official club website that Celtic have extended the deadline for renewals on season tickets by a week to Tuesday 7th July.
The previous deadline had been set for 30th June, extended from an initial May date.
Thousands have already committed their money to a potential ten-in-a-row season but some fans have queried the value of full-price tickets right now because of the ongoing public health crisis.
The Scottish Premiership season is expected to kick-off behind closed doors with no guarantee on when the majority of fans will be able to go through the turnstiles.
Celtic have announced a bespoke streaming service involving renowned football production unit Sunset and Vine, who were behind BT Sport’s coverage of the Scottish game, to let season ticket holders see matches even when they are unable to attend.
However, they have also promised additional value over the course of these without confirming details of what that might entail.
Encouragingly there have been recent reports that the club are planning to accomodate 30,000 crowds for as early as the end of August, though there is no confirmation that will occur.
Fans now at least have an extra week to make their mind up on renewals, with the club then offering tickets to those who have joined the official waiting list.
With just weeks until the Scottish Premiership starts it’s fair to say the club have acted appropriately when it comes to the extension of dates.
Anyone purchasing a ticket now largely knows what they are buying into.