The club have introduced a year-long payment schedule for the first time and its popularity thus far means that there is likely to be even more pressure on the availability of season tickets this year.
“We have tried for a long time to introduce a 12-month Direct Debit scheme and for the first season we're able to do that," Elstone says on evertonfc.com. "Fans have to get in by the end of January so they haven't got long. It's already proving very popular and the number of applicants is very strong so I would advise fans to move quickly.
"At these prices, it's around £40 a month to be guaranteed a great seat at Goodison to watch Everton in the 2017/18 season.
“I think the message generally is to move quickly as fans know we are full for every game this season and we're very confident that will be for every game next season.
"This season, we didn't put any cap on total season ticket numbers but there is a probability we might have to do that for 2017/18 and there is a limit to how many we can sell. It is genuinely our aspiration that we will probably end up stopping season ticket sales so fans should get in earlier.”
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