Swansea City have slashed their season ticket renewal prices for the 2021/22 campaign.

Fans have not been able to attend fixtures so far this term while they also missed the run-in last season due to the coronavirus pandemic.

However, with news of a vaccine potentially being rolled out in the near future while supporters are also gradually returning to stadiums in England, it is hoped we could have some kind of normality by the time the next campaign begins.

Following discussions with the Supporters' Trust, the club have confirmed their pricing structure for 2021/22 season ticket renewals.

The renewal window opened on Tuesday, December 1, for current season ticket holders who either took the option for streaming and kept revenue in the club during the pandemic, as well season ticket holders who have opted for monthly refunds.

Supporters who have initially selected the monthly refund plan, but are yet to withdraw monies from their ticketing account balance via the account cashback facility, may request to opt out of the monthly refund option.

If there are supporters who have opted for monthly refunds and have already withdrawn funds to your bank account, but wish to renew at the new prices, you can contact the ticket office and arrange to return your withdrawn funds to the club before renewing.

Season ticket holders who elect to opt out of, or return, their monthly refunds to renew at the new prices will receive a streaming code to access SwansTV Live coverage of all remaining home league games and midweek away league games.

It means fans who have previously withdrawn funds into their bank accounts will be financially equal - once they've returned those funds - to those who left their money in the club.

The prices for 2021/22 season tickets, for those season ticket holders mentioned above, have been confirmed as:

This equates to just £4.30 per game for adults, £3.43 per game for over-65s and students, £2.13 per game for under-18s and just £1 a match for under-12s.

Given the current climate, the club have also removed the early bird window in a bid to ease the pressure on supporters when it comes to renewing their season tickets.

The renewal window with the offer prices outlined above is open until Sunday, February 28, 2021.

A club statement read: "We want our fans to ‘Be proud to be a Jack’. We know our club is different because our fans make us very special. During these hard times, we want our supporters to know that better days are coming and that we will be reunited again at our home, the Liberty Stadium, in the future.

"Although we can’t be together right now, we need the Jack Army more than ever before.

"Throughout these unprecedented times, our 2020-21 season ticket holders have shown unrivalled support. We did not foresee that this season’s season ticket holders would not be allowed to be at games to support Steve Cooper’s team for such a long period of time.

"As a result, we feel this is the right time to show our loyal 2020-21 season ticket holders how much we appreciate your understanding with the current circumstances."

General sale of season tickets will be announced at a later date.

The club will give a further update on season tickets in the New Year.

Details of how you can renew are available here.