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1 hour ago, 0wl18 said:

The thread is about ticket prices. The prices just announce are bang on the money. What he chooses to do with the cash unfortunately, we can’t control. The POTG fan is back in the game though with those prices.

 

For clarity, the average price of a 20 pack of cigarettes in 2011 was £6.63. The cheapest around now are £9.25. A near on 40% increase in cost over 11 years. How many whinging about the ticket prices will happily buy their 20 a day though? The prices are fair.

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Just now, Truth is out there said:

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Is a £4 rise in 11 years unreasonable for a ticket?

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That stupid c__t Chumpsiri doesn’t learn. We’re in the f’ing pub league. Never mind different category games. He should be doing everything he can to pack the ground out. 
 

Kop should be no more than £20 for all matches. £30 should be the absolute maximum for any other stand/match. 
 

#ChansiriOut

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19 minutes ago, asteener1867 said:

Boiling it down to basics...The first battle we need to win..Is the parochial one

We need to offer a better deal than United, barnsley , Rotherham

This is where we garner the fans and the future fans from

The "generational" crap won't last forever

We  are behind in that race..mainly with The Bl ades"..Like it or lump it..It matters

Its the future of the club.

The only way to do that is to offer yer "cheaper" wares..Cheaper...Its not going to work otherwise..call it a loss leader

WE have some pulling back to do..and we ain't gonna do it ON the pitch this season....We have to do it off the pitch

I'm not sure we need to offer a better deal than our neighbours. I dont think anyone has ever chosen Wednesday due to ticket pricing..however the pricing must be fair and reasonable. Recent potg pricing has just ripped us off..this seems acceptable to me anyway

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3 hours ago, room0035 said:

For West Brom it was £34 for member £39 for none member.

 

At £32 for division 3 is a complete joke price.

Don't go on the South then. Still watching the same game. 

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23 minutes ago, areNOTwhatTHEYseem said:

For comparison's sake, here are the matchday ticket prices the last time we were allowed into the ground...

 

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No arguments from me as I’ve pointed out earlier in the thread. 

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3 hours ago, owls maniac said:

Still looking at nearly £30 walk up on the south to watch us against Accrington. 
 

Step in the right direction but could have gone further IMO. 

It'll be £26.

If you don't want to pay that much  go on the Kop.

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57 minutes ago, Steelman said:

That stupid c__t Chumpsiri doesn’t learn. We’re in the f’ing pub league. Never mind different category games. He should be doing everything he can to pack the ground out. 
 

Kop should be no more than £20 for all matches. £30 should be the absolute maximum for any other stand/match. 
 

#ChansiriOut

Being honest, When was the last time we packed the ground out on a regular basis. In fact when was the last time we averaged 30,000.

The fact majority of our current fan base are season ticket holders and get well below the prices you mention. 
People will always find some excuse not to go. In my opinion the prices are very reasonable, 

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i dont know why some are complaining . those prices are sound and its 2021 not 1995 . he has also reduced the bands thankfully too as well as very sensible prices.  at least now he is listening . but we still need a team on the pitch and at the min im struggling to see us much above the bottom 6 without strikers at the club. 

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1 hour ago, nevthelodgemoorowl said:

 

Expected really local derby, decent foot fall OK. How much is tramlines BTW for all days pass ?

exactly , tramlines is expensive and id call the line up a league 1 at best line up . hardly household names/groups unless your well into gigs etc 

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4 minutes ago, morganowl said:

i dont know why some are complaining . those prices are sound and its 2021 not 1995 . he has also reduced the bands thankfully too as well as very sensible prices.  at least now he is listening . but we still need a team on the pitch and at the min im struggling to see us much above the bottom 6 without strikers at the club. 

True, it is 2021 and not 1995 and we are in the third division because the fuuking moron who still runs the club is as administrative idiot, but hey we have cheaper ticket prices, all is well with the world!

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1 hour ago, Steelman said:

That stupid c__t Chumpsiri doesn’t learn. We’re in the f’ing pub league. Never mind different category games. He should be doing everything he can to pack the ground out. 
 

Kop should be no more than £20 for all matches. £30 should be the absolute maximum for any other stand/match. 
 

#ChansiriOut

 

Clot? 

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1 hour ago, Manwë said:

Cat A games in League One :Chansiri:

 

You're having a giraffe.  They are all Cat D games, every single one of them.

So you think a ticket for a game against Sunderland or Ipswich should be same prices as against Accrington or Fleetwood? 

 

Most clubs have category prices for games, even league 2, Port Vale have 2 categories and they're not far off our prices. 

 

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18 minutes ago, bradowl said:

So you think a ticket for a game against Sunderland or Ipswich should be same prices as against Accrington or Fleetwood? 

 

Most clubs have category prices for games, even league 2, Port Vale have 2 categories and they're not far off our prices. 

 

Its an interesting question and well posed, but I would have to say that in the third tier it should be a flat price as Sunderland and Ipswich are in the same division as Accrington. Its not like the PL where some teams have a host of international players and some teams have less, its the third division and their is only potential and unfulfilled potential.

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4 hours ago, SallyCinnamon said:

Decent prices for kids.

 

How much of a drop is that from last season? 
 

32 quid on the South still seems an awful lot. 

Think, it was close to 40 on ylthe South for some games last year?

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