Reduced league ticket prices, introduced in October, will stay in place for the remainder of the 2022/23 campaign.
The new prices, which came about through consultation with Fan Advisers Lewis Catt and Lucy Bishop, saw adult Zone One and Zone Two pricing reduced by £4. Zone Three adult tickets begin at £23.
The ticket prices were initially set until the end of 2022 but with increased crowds at The Valley since the introduction, the prices will remain in place for the rest of the season. Tickets for January’s home games against Lincoln City, Barnsley and Bolton Wanderers go on sale at 11am.
Meanwhile half-season tickets offer best value for supporters, with Zone Three tickets for adults starting at just £13.33 per game. Click here to purchase a half-season ticket.
Supporters can help grassroots teams, schools and local charities through the Charlton4Good scheme, which see 10% of every home ticket they purchase donated to a good cause of their choice. Find out more on the scheme by clicking here.
Fan Advisers Catt and Bishop said: "We are delighted that the current reduced pricing structure will remain in place for the rest of the 2022/23 campaign. We have been working hard to improve the matchday experience in SE7 and the first thing we wanted to address was the affordability of football, especially during the cost-of-living crisis.
"We would like to thank the club for listening to us on this. We remain focussed on working on other ways to improve the matchday experience at The Valley. The ticket-pricing model, along with Friday's announcement of the club's multi-year partnership with Meantime Brewery, are two great steps towards achieving that."
The Addicks host Cheltenham Town at The Valley on Friday, December 2nd. Adult tickets cost just £19.92 as the club celebrates 30 Years Back At The Valley. Click here to purchase your tickets.