FOLLOWING the government’s announcement this week that the return of fans to football matches has been paused due to the growing number of Covid-19 cases, QPR have suspended the sale of season tickets with immediate effect.
Direct debits, which were due to commence from 1st October, will be suspended until further notice.
Our initial decision and communication around Season Tickets for 2020/21 was based on the premise that fans would be returning in some capacity from October.
However, following confirmation that the current restrictions could be in place for up to six months if no improvement in infection rate is seen, we are now reviewing our policy on season tickets.
As part of that review, the current free availability of QPR+ for season ticket holders is also being considered. This will not affect Saturday's home match against Middlesbrough, and all QPR+ codes issued to season ticket holders will continue to work as normal while our plans are reviewed.
Should supporters be allowed access during the 2020/21 campaign, the option to purchase 2020/21 season tickets will also be reviewed.
QPR CEO Lee Hoos said: “Once again, we appreciate the fans’ understanding around this ever-changing situation.
“As a club, we are working to keep supporters as informed as possible but with the constant changes in policy, this does lead to situations like this where our approach needs to be amended accordingly.
“Discussions will be continuing with the EFL around what options are available. As always, we will focus on fairness to fans whilst striving to maintain financial sustainability.”
As a club we welcome the input and views of supporters. If you would like to share your thoughts on this subject please email [email protected] where all communication received will be reviewed and considered.