Star Sports expects Premier League Ticket Prices To Increase AgainStar Sports have unleashed betting on Premier League clubs increasing the average ticket price next season, from a current average of £43.65Luke Tarr Head of PR, commented:Next year’s TV deal is the biggest in the history of the game and the clubs will be in an incredible financial position. Despite this, we’re strong odds-on that average ticket prices will still increase next season. It’s the top clubs that are most guilty of exploiting their fans, basically holding them to ransom, safe in the knowledge that if they choose to boycott matches, their seats can easily be filled with overseas tourists. Clubs continue to neglect the fans who have carried their clubs for the past hundred years and who will be there long after the TV bubble bursts. I hope I am wrong but I fear we will inevitably be paying out on ‘yes’ there will be an increase in average price, despite this clear opportunity to reward and subsidise their local followings.Average Premier League Ticket Prices To Increase Next Season?Yes 2/5 No 7/4Source for bet settlement is the BBC Price Football study, specifically a mean average of the average cheapest Premier League matchday ticket £30.68 and the most expensive average of £56.63. The mean average of these figures is £43.65. 2016/2017 study expected in Autumn 2016. Star Sports’ decision is final.