The first phase of sales for Derby County’s 2024/25 Season Tickets concluded late last week.

Almost 20,000 seats were snapped up ahead of the final day of the 2023/24 campaign, which ended on Saturday with Derby securing automatic promotion from Sky Bet League One with a 2-0 home win over Carlisle United.

The club announced 2024/25 Season Ticket details in late February and fans flocked in their thousands before the 26th April deadline to secure their preferred seat at the lowest possible prices although the prices represented an increase, the first in five years.

More details of the pricing structure and on-sale dates for the second phase of sales will be communicated next week and although the club recognises that many fans are experiencing a rise in the cost of living and is determined to keep prices fair, competitive, and affordable, as has been regularly communicated, it will include an additional price increase compared to the first phase of sales.

All remaining seats will be available to purchase in the second phase of sales and a season ticket will be valid for all 23-home league matches at Pride Park Stadium with Paul Warne’s side back in the Sky Bet Championship.