Heart of Midlothian have launched their season tickets for the 2024/25 season - and they have explained why for the first time in four seasons thay have introduced a "slight increase".

Supporters can renew their seats at Tynecastle Park from 10am tomorrow (Tuesday, March 19). Doing so guarantees entry to every home Premiership match, as well as the opportunity to purchase a seat for domestic home cup competitions and home European fixtures. The renewal window runs until May 4.

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"The current campaign has been a memorable one," the club said of the launch. "Since taking the helm, Steven Naismith has led the Jambos to third place in the cinch Premiership, closing the gap at the top and smashing records along the way, as the boys in maroon start to home in on European football. Having already graced the League Cup semi-finals, a Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden awaits the Jam Tarts next month."

Hearts have frozen prices in each of the past four campaigns but the coming campaign has brought about an increase. For example, fans sitting in Silver sections of the ground will see the price of an adult ticket rise to £350 which works out at under £19 per game.

"Ultimately, due to rising costs associated with all aspects of staging football matches, the upcoming campaign will see a slight price increase which will see a return to season 2019/20 prices," the club said.

"We fully understand the challenges faced by supporters during the current financial climate. This is why we have taken the decision to launch season tickets earlier than usual, to give fans every opportunity to secure their seat for next season and not miss out on any of the action."

Earlier this month the club closed its season ticket waiting list with fans asked to register their details to join it.

Full details including finance plan can be found HERE