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Chelsea freezes hospitality prices

Chelsea, the English Premier League football club, has announced it is to freeze the price of its hospitality memberships for the 2017-18 season despite record demand.

Chelsea – clear at the top of the Premier League table – offers a number of annual hospitality experiences across Stamford Bridge, from private Executive Boxes and luxurious Millennium Suites to more informal hospitality in the onsite museum and music venue Under the Bridge, with experiences tailor-made to suit every taste and budget.

Chelsea’s service includes pre- and post-match dining and hospitality with seats that offer premium views of the pitch, in addition to a number of exclusive, year-round benefits.

Chelsea’s hospitality service is previewed here

Simon Hunter, Chelsea’s head of venue and brand, said: “With a changing economic climate, the price freeze for next season demonstrates our commitment to providing the best possible value for money.

“At every level our hospitality product is a high-end experience and one that presents an ideal platform for our members to entertain and build key business relationships with their guests.”

Chelsea added that while it is not currently able to offer hospitality to new customers, it is inviting anyone interested in the services to register their interest.

“For both annual and match-by-match hospitality, our guests are considered an elite ‘club’ within the club, so providing an exceptional experience year after year remains our primary objective,” said Hunter. “With continued investment in our staff, service, catering and facilities, coupled with next season’s price freeze, there is no better time to entertain at Stamford Bridge.”