CELTIC will offer all season ticket holders a £50 club retail voucher as part of their 'added value' proposition to supporters, in a move believed to be costing the club up to £2.5million.

Celtic have been under pressure to reward fans for their support last season during the Covid shut-out, and have released details of the added extras included in next term's season tickets as they look to make good on that promise.

Celtic will freeze season ticket prices, and Herald Sport understands that streams of their first Champions League qualifying tie and the friendly clashes with Preston North End and West Ham will be included, as well as the three ties during their pre-season training camp in Wales. 

With uncertainty still surrounding the admittance of fans to stadiums, access will aslo be given to streaming of matches.