Liverpool finished seventh in the Premier League last season
Liverpool have defended a 7% season ticket price increase, saying there is "no difference in real terms" because of a rise in inflation and VAT.
A Kop seat booked online will cost £680 with the main stand priced at £732.
"Our prices remain extraordinarily competitive, particularly compared with other clubs in the top half of the table," said a Liverpool spokesman.
Liverpool are £351m in debt and were put up for sale by co-owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett earlier this year.
The American pair's ownership of the Reds has been a long-running source of discontent for many fans, who are unhappy with the way the club is being run, and there have been regular protests and public disputes.
In the aftermath of Rafafel Benitez's exit on Thursday, Anfield was the starting point for more protests against the American owners, with some supporters carrying banners reading "Gracias Rafa".
The Liverpool season ticket price rise announcement comes on the day that a Liverpool fans group - ShareLiverpoolFC - announced plans to underwrite the costs of organising a fan share issue.
The ShareLiverpoolFC scheme, which has the backing of Liverpool greats John Aldridge and John Barnes, envisages a £500 minimum investment to buy one share.
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