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3 minutes ago, El Wednesday said:

Another idea - win some games. 

Best me to it

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33 minutes ago, El Wednesday said:

Another idea - win some games. 

 

Ok, we start winning. Every game is Category A, £49 a pop. Beautiful.

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6x games for £150 sounds better but definitely a good idea especially for those who can't make every game

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3 minutes ago, Drewswfc said:

6x games for £150 sounds better but definitely a good idea especially for those who can't make every game

 

Trying not to de-value Season Tickets.

 

It's always nice to have more for your money, but I think £30 a game is fair for everyone?

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2 minutes ago, bigash_swfc said:

 

Trying not to de-value Season Tickets.

 

It's always nice to have more for your money, but I think £30 a game is fair for everyone?

Do you ? Aren’t season ticket holders paying under £20 , sure I read that somewhere !! 

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9 minutes ago, dewsburyowl58 said:

Do you ? Aren’t season ticket holders paying under £20 , sure I read that somewhere !! 

 

Yeah, for the early bird offer. 

 

I think its a sensible idea for those wanting some sort of commitment to the club, who can't commit to season tickets.

 

The Aston Villa game for example, £46 on South Stand. Abit of a disgrace for POTG fans.

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10 minutes ago, bigash_swfc said:

 

Yeah, for the early bird offer. 

 

I think its a sensible idea for those wanting some sort of commitment to the club, who can't commit to season tickets.

 

The Aston Villa game for example, £46 on South Stand. Abit of a disgrace for POTG fans.

£46 to watch 2nd tier game

 

No wonder some thought fk that 

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In think that's a top idea, although I would make x5 ticket price work out slightly cheaper per game that the x3

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Why not pay £30 for a win and £20 for a draw on the way out. That way you are certain the club are doing all they can to perform

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150 for 5 games sounds expensive imo. I like the idea but paying that to watch this standard of football is not something many would take up I feel. 

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Do what Leeds are doing v Bolton 

 

season ticket holders bring a friend for free 

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What happens if I buy the 5 ticket deal, we need to win last game to make playoffs and 45,000 have saved a ticket for last match...will sag open Leppings Lane :wacko:

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Mooted the idea before in here but £150 for 5 is way too expensive. £25 a game would be much more appealing

 

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5 minutes ago, gingerknob1 said:

Do what Leeds are doing v Bolton 

 

season ticket holders bring a friend for free 

 

Their is a slight flaw in their plan . L***s fans dont have any friends. 

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I applaud the sentiment behind the idea, but I have to say I don't think it makes business sense.  I think a major risk is that it could impact on season ticket sales.  Some fans might stump up for a multi-match ticket with the idea they might buy a half season ticket if the season looks like it is going well.  

 

I would suggest an alternative; the ability to cash in TPP for match tickets.  Fans can buy multiple tickets in advance and then cash in the TPP for a free ticket.

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The club have been looking into this but its not without its difficulties to put into action, they are planning to try a 10 game one but the games are pre-chosen.

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