Celtic season ticket holders on the four payment scheme won’t make their first instalment until the end of June.
As well as one off payments the club offers instalment plans for four or 12 payments to spread the cost of the tickets which average around £450 for adults.
On Friday the Joint Response Group for Scottish Football were given the green light to kick-off the Premiership on August 1 but that is dependent on a number of conditions being met.
The new season is expected to begin behind closed doors which will be a particular issue for Celtic where 50,000 season ticket holders provide the club with their biggest single source of income.
When fans are phased in is a massive issue but could be eased if social distancing is reduced from 2 metres down to 1 metre but there is no guarantee over when or if Celtic Park will host 60,000 fans during the 2020/21 season.
For info, anyone on the original Club administered 4 instalment scheme your first payment will now be collected on June 30
— Celtic FC SLO (@CelticFCSLO) June 1, 2020
Closed door matches from Aug. There needs to be greater clarity from Celtic. Matches unlikely to have spectators before year end. How many matches are we paying for and why is it not being reduced to accommodate. Would commit if pricing restructured but not at current levels
— Schrodinger’s Cat (@trebletrebleye1) June 1, 2020
What about people who’ve already made 2 payments to the finance scheme v12 and have another one due out in a weeks time?
— Kev.I.N (@Mcavoy67) June 1, 2020
When can we expect an update on season ticket pricing?
— Sean (@seanybhoy93) June 1, 2020
I am on it, but I do think the club needs to provide clarity in the event of what happens with closed door games. I didn’t ask for a refund for last season, but neither can we be expected to pay indefinitely for games we can’t see.
— Mitchei (@FM2308) June 1, 2020