When do Rangers season tickets go on sale? How much do they cost and how the new membership scheme works

It’s business as usual at Rangers who have stuck to their usual season ticket timetable despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic

Rangers are to launch their new season tickets and membership scheme next week (Getty Images)

They follow in the footsteps of Hibernian who launched their season ticket scheme last week in the face of great uncertainty over the 2019/2020 season, and indeed the 2020/2021 season.

The Ibrox club are also launching their new-look membership scheme, offering a range of perks, services and more to loyal Rangers supporters, according to the Daily Record.

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When do Rangers season tickets go on sale?

According to the Daily Record tickets are set to go on sale as early as Monday next week, “mid-week by the latest”.

Season tickets for the 19/20 season went on sale last year on April 15.

The Daily Record also claim that renewal deadlines may be extended for existing season ticket holders can’t yet commit to a new season brief.

How much will new season tickets cost?

There’s no word on season tickets costs just yet, but the Ibrox club increased prices last year.

The club may look to increase prices to help weather the financial storm caused by the coronavirus pandemic, but equally they may look to offer afordable tickets to fans worst hit by the economic fallout.

Last year’s season tickets cost between £372 and £724

New membership scheme details

Rangers announced in 2019 that they would be launching a new membership scheme that offered fans unique access to the club.

The Daily Record confirmed that this would be released alongside season tickets.

Details on the membership scheme are currently under wraps, but the club revealed some details late last year.

They said fans would offer “exclusive access to special, member only fan experiences,” as well as preferential access to Club content, such as RangersTV and a digital matchday programme.

The scheme would also allow fans priority access to match tickets through the introduction of a loyalty scheme.