On Friday, it was revealed that Leeds United planned to charge Huddersfield Town fans a hefty sum of up to £47 for tickets to the upcoming Championship match at Elland Road. Fortunately, the two clubs have since come to an agreement. Huddersfield Town and Leeds United have jointly announced a reciprocal pricing arrangement that will result in both sets of away supporters paying £20 for adult tickets for their respective Championship fixtures.

Last Friday, both clubs initially disclosed their intention to charge Huddersfield Town fans as much as £47 each to attend the match at Elland Road later this month. This match, a local derby, is scheduled for a 12:30 pm kickoff on Saturday, October 28.

This decision by Leeds came despite their earlier commitment, made in response to widespread public outcry during the summer, to consider matching ticket prices with their Championship competitors on a case-by-case basis.

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Huddersfield Town charges £25 per adult matchday ticket, including those for away fans, which amounts to just 53% of what Leeds typically charges. Evidently, Leeds was reluctant to lower their prices to align with Huddersfield’s rates. In response to this, Town owner Kevin Nagle tweeted on Friday evening: “Just so you know we asked Leeds management to negotiate prices down for the match. They said no.”

However, the two clubs have now confirmed that they have successfully resolved this issue. Huddersfield Town expressed their satisfaction in working with their local rivals to reach an agreement, and the prices for the tickets are as follows:

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