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cheapest  Adult tickets for home supporters for Sheffield Wednesdays upcoming home game (non-member) is £33 ,hear it compares to our rivals next home game prices

 

pigs £20 ,kids for a quid 

wolves £28

Cardiff £18

Derby £ 29

Bristol £25 

Villa £11 

 

5 of the 6 teams mentioned don't receive parachute payments,offer entertaining football and look what we are offering for a BARGAIN £33 

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The only option is to vote with your feet. As many have said across many threads recently, whilstever the gates are high the chairman wont care.

£33 to see mid table championship football in a working class city is a disgrace. (Well its a disgrace at any level, but thats anothet debate). 

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5 hours ago, Hutch's biscuit knee said:

The combination of a clueless manager and a greedy owner are slowly killing are fan base, £33 to watch utter drivel is crazy and with the promise it will deliver premiership football within 2/3 years

The prices are crazy,But there was no promise of premier league.

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At the moment it's champagne prices and lemonade football. 

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It's shameful pricing. On top of that I feel we've lost our identity a bit. It doesn't feel like Sheffield Wednesday anymore. The club have got this 150th season wrong in every department. 

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We should be proud that SWFC have good attendances, while charging expensive POTG prices to riff-raff part-timers.  The riff-raff like that will be the first to moan when they can't get a super-expensive Wembley ticket for the playoffs anyway, so the club shouldn't listen to their opinions.

 

It means our most committed fans are financially rewarded, or some sh*t like that...

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38 minutes ago, BARMYARMY2010 said:

The prices are crazy,But there was no promise of premier league.

Actually there was.

 

”Whatever it takes” within 2 years.

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The disgusting prices and the fact our chairman has basically said shut up and put up (in not so many words) is a bigger issue than the four football imo . Even in our darkest days it felt like everybody was in it together . Now the club is a bit of a joke and being run by people so far out of touch of the real world it’s untrue 

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8 minutes ago, HirstWhoScoredIt said:

Actually there was.

 

”Whatever it takes” within 2 years.

Thats not a promise

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2 hours ago, steelerian said:

The only option is to vote with your feet. As many have said across many threads recently, whilstever the gates are high the chairman wont care.

£33 to see mid table championship football in a working class city is a disgrace. (Well its a disgrace at any level, but thats anothet debate). 

If we loose further touch with the top six over the xmas period the crowds will drop, only then will the chairman take notice

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1 minute ago, debram said:

If we loose further touch with the top six over the xmas period the crowds will drop, only then will the chairman take notice

He won’t hes so pig headed ... his like it or Lump it attitude is appalling . I don’t even know if the inevitable drop in season tickets will do the trick 

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18 minutes ago, HirstWhoScoredIt said:

Actually there was.

 

”Whatever it takes” within 2 years.

 

Not quite in context

 

He said he would like to celebrate the 150th like we all do which is in the premier league.

 

He later said "we will do whatever it takes to support the manager but throwing money at it does not gurantee success"

 

No promises, just support and vision.

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1 hour ago, vulva said:

At the moment it's champagne prices and lemonade football. 

 

I'd go as far as saying the lemonade has been p*ssed in.

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I groaned when I saw another thread about ticket prices as under Chansiri they are never going to change.

But does show the strength of feeling about this.

I don't know what is worse the ticket prices or the 'But if you want better players' I keep hearing from the I'm alright jack brigade.

 

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7 hours ago, welsOwl74 said:

cheapest  Adult tickets for home supporters for Sheffield Wednesdays upcoming home game (non-member) is £33 ,hear it compares to our rivals next home game prices

 

pigs £20 ,kids for a quid 

wolves £28

Cardiff £18

Derby £ 29

Bristol £25 

Villa £11 

 

5 of the 6 teams mentioned don't receive parachute payments,offer entertaining football and look what we are offering for a BARGAIN £33 

It's bad when u see it wrote down and can compare with other teams.  

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1 hour ago, Teflon Don said:

 

Not quite in context

 

He said he would like to celebrate the 150th like we all do which is in the premier league.

 

He later said "we will do whatever it takes to support the manager but throwing money at it does not gurantee success"

 

No promises, just support and vision.

Ironically he then threw loads of money at it with no vision.

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