Blades Announce Executive Membership Prices

2nd June 2016

Executive Membership prices for the 2016/17 season have been released for general sale by Sheffield United.

New members can now apply for an Executive Membership and packages are available for both the Platinum Suite and the TC10 Restaurant. Applications for private boxes are also available on a first come first served basis but opportunities are limited. Paul Reeves, Sheffield United's Head of Commercial, said: -We have continued to review the corporate experience at Sheffield United this season and with our excellent hospitality packages within the Platinum Suite and the TC10 Restaurant, we are very proud of the facilities available to our supporters. Paul added -Following feedback from new and existing Members we have introduced a new relaxed dress code in the TC10 Restaurant as well as a new hot buffet dining facility aimed at giving our supporters a different offer and also appealing to families that are looking to utilise a corporate facility. Seasonal Members have access to all home League games throughout the season, along with the added benefit of enjoying Cup games up to, but not including, the Quarter Final stages and onwards in each competition. Savings of over £700 can also be made when purchasing a seasonal Executive Membership compared to match by match executive prices. For Executive Membership applications contact the Commercial Department on 0114 253 7200 or email

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