Italian Serie A side Juventus is offering fans another chance to secure a season ticket for the remainder of the current campaign.
From Thursday, those that did not sign up at the beginning of the season will have another chance to secure a seat for home games at the 42,000-capacity Allianz Stadium.
Starting from €29.90 (£26/$32) per game, fans will have access to two subscription types: ‘basic’ and ‘full’, for more flexibility.
The basic subscription will see games available for €29.90, and will offer the possibility of a name change for a maximum of six games, while a maximum of two reserves can be appointed.
Fans will also have access to the full subscription, which will begin at €31.90 per game. This option provides the opportunity to indicate up to four reserves and the ability to change the name for all games. It also allows for further resale opportunities, with the season ticket-holder eligible for 51% of the price for which the seat is resold, to be used as a credit.
Additionally, the full season ticket offers a 50% discount on the J1897 Membership, as well as chances to bring friends to select matches at Allianz Stadium for a cut price.
To help spread the cost, fans purchasing their season ticket online will be able to pay in instalments across three months.
Juventus is further offering young people the chance to secure a season ticket through a special rate. For under-16s, season tickets will cost €335, but must be linked to a simultaneous purchase of a full price subscription. For sections 117 or 221, there is an under-28 offering, with prices beginning at €319.