There is a slight increase on the 2018/19 campaign, with prices starting from £535 for adults, £365 for under-21s and over-65s, £145 for under-18s and £90 for under-10s.
The club has averaged a 95 per cent renewal rate over the past two seasons, and has a growing waiting list approaching 8,000 supporters.
Adult tickets in Zone A have gone up from £515 to £535, while Zones B and C will go up from £615 to £640.
Zone D will now cost £760 compared to £730 last season, Zone E is £845 from £810 and Zone F has gone up from £550 to £570.
Over 65 and under-21 tickets now cost £365 in Zone A, Zones B and C are £430, Zone D is £520, Zone E is £845 and Zone F is £390.
Under-18 season tickets now cost £265 in Zone A, £300 in Zones B and C, £365 in Zone D, £845 in Zone E and £145 in Zone F.
Under-10 season tickets will be £145 in Zone A, £160 in Zones B and C, £185 in Zone D, £845 in Zone E and £90 in Zone F.
The season ticket covers entry to all home and under-23 league games at the Amex, as well as priority access to cup fixtures and away tickets subject to loyalty points.
It also includes entry to the annual open training session, access to the annual fans' forum and other events throughout the year.
Season-ticket holders who pay by direct debit do not need to take any action, and their tickets will auto-renew.
Seagulls fans who pay by lump sum have a variety of options, including a new option to pay by a new auto-renewing annual direct debit option. The deadline for lump-sum payers is 5pm on March 13.
The deadline for renewals and for fans to cancel their season tickets is 5pm on March 13.
The date for people who wish to move seats to or within the North and South Stands will be 9am to 5pm on March 18.
Seat moves to or within the West Stand will be 9am to 5pm on March 19, with moves to or within the East Stand 9am to 5pm on March 20.
The first direct debit for the 2019/20 season will be taken on April 1.
Full renewal details will be sent out to Albion fans from tomorrow.
For more information or to renew online, visit BrightonAndHoveAlbion.com/tickets
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