Funding that Elland Road Season ticket - Loan or Mortgage!
The cost of football always rises and never falls.
Although the increases in season ticket prices at Elland Road this season has been modest compared to last season there is still the feeling that you need asecond mortgage or loan
to fund the cost.
Of course, for those lucky enough to be following a Premiership team the cost is even higher. This is despite the new Sky deal worth over £2,500,000,000 to football. Most of that money will go into the pockets of over-paid, under-talented footballers from remote parts of the world. (Be prepared for another influx of one-hit wonders following this summer's Euro 2008).
For the average fan wanting to watch his team, all this means more money and to get the best deal it is money to be paid upfront for a season ticket that gives you ahefty discount.
But even the Leeds United in-house scheme involves putting a sizeable chunk down before you know what League we're playing in next season! So you may want to consider an alternative way of funding the ticket where your repayments are spread more evenly over the life of the season ticket...
So take a look at the ads on this page: you'll find options for homeowner loans, mortgages, and personal loans, even if you have an adverse credit record or CCJs against your name.