Adams Park will not be able to welcome fans back into the ground this season after Boris Johnson's announcement earlier this week

Wycombe Wanderers have confirmed that season tickets will remain the same price next year after establishing a fixed price regardless of which division the club is in.

Last summer 2,448 season tickets as the club sold limited amounts hoping to host restricted crowds - unfortunately, only two games in December were played in front of 1,000 and 2,000 supporters.

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The club is now offering a full refund to any fan who bought a season ticket understanding the unexpected financial pressures this year have bought.

Rob Couhig has promised that any fans who waive a refund this year will gain the highest priority status for future tickets and pre-season activities at Adams Park.

The money will be used to help the club invest in the squad and improving the new reserve team.

Fans can also claim a refund minus £230 – the equivalent of the 23 iFollow match passes that season ticket holders have had access to for home matches played behind closed doors.

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Supporters who choose this option – and buy a season ticket for 2021/22 – will receive second priority status on booking tickets.

Fans have been asked to inform club decisions regarding refunds by March 21.

The club then expects to make 2021/22 season tickets available to the general public after April 1.

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