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Reports in suggesting how much each championship club has lost over lockdown...

 

https://fanbanter.co.uk/how-much-every-championship-club-lost-over-lockdown/

 

With so many clubs teetering on financial instability and an inevitable 2nd wave coming, how long do we reckon can the club actually survive without fans?

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Cheapest ticket £20 ?  They must be only looking at season ticket prices.

 

10th) SHEFFIELD WED

The Owls have lost a total of £3.5 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (23,732), their cheapest ticket (£20), pie cost (£3.50), pint cost (£3.50) and programme price (£3).

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2 minutes ago, Hookowl said:

Cheapest ticket £20 ?  They must be only looking at season ticket prices.

 

10th) SHEFFIELD WED

The Owls have lost a total of £3.5 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (23,732), their cheapest ticket (£20), pie cost (£3.50), pint cost (£3.50) and programme price (£3).

And, not taken into account that unlike most clubs, the majority of next season's Season Ticket's have already been bought.

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23 hours ago, Hookowl said:

Cheapest ticket £20 ?  They must be only looking at season ticket prices.

 

10th) SHEFFIELD WED

The Owls have lost a total of £3.5 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (23,732), their cheapest ticket (£20), pie cost (£3.50), pint cost (£3.50) and programme price (£3).

 

But on the whole we haven't lost any ticket money.

ST holders have paid in advance and most didn't opt for refunds.

Walk ups would gave been non existent for the last two months.

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I also note from that report that they show us as not being the dearest on ticket prices.

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I can only conclude that the report has been compiled by a young child.

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They reckon Huddersfield cheapest ticket is £30, yet ours is £20?

 

They also say Leeds average attendance was 25k, but I'm sure it was around the mid 30's?

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The only thing I took from reading that, was that there are some high quality stadium photographers out there.

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Wonder if they know it’s cheaper to buy two halfs then a pint at our ground 

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50 minutes ago, Hookowl said:

Cheapest ticket £20 ?  They must be only looking at season ticket prices.

 

10th) SHEFFIELD WED

The Owls have lost a total of £3.5 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (23,732), their cheapest ticket (£20), pie cost (£3.50), pint cost (£3.50) and programme price (£3).

 

This is fake news, I know this because Mr Chansiri has said in public, that the fans dont pay for owt.

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The funny think is if these clubs get into trouble go into administration next season the EFL will support them and give them a -12 points reduction. 

 

We have got ours in early and have 46 games to get rid. lol

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If we went into administration would we get another 12 point deduction?  And if we then were bought by DC so a new business and entity would the previous 12 points apply to us?

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