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What is the point of complicating a system with 4 or 5 categories of tickets when the club clearly have no intention of every using C onwards

 

Every game has been A or B.

 

Next up Lincoln at home Category A. £26 on the kop, £29 on the north, £32 on the south.

 

We are not going to be getting many POTG fans at those prices.

 

Why not just be up front from the start of the season and say these will be the prices for every single game.

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1 hour ago, room0035 said:

What is the point of complicating a system with 4 or 5 categories of tickets when the club clearly have no intention of every using C onwards

 

Every game has been A or B.

 

Next up Lincoln at home Category A. £26 on the kop, £29 on the north, £32 on the south.

 

We are not going to be getting many POTG fans at those prices.

 

Why not just be up front from the start of the season and say these will be the prices for every single game.

It’s only complicated if you’re trying to find fault with everything the club says or does. 

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15 minutes ago, Willow Owl said:

It’s only complicated if you’re trying to find fault with everything the club says or does. 

 

There should be one price set out at start of season, and that price should apply for EVERY home game. 

 

It's a simple concept. No need what so ever for different prices for different games. 

 

So yes, the club is at fault. 

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2 minutes ago, S36 OWL said:

 

There should be one price set out at start of season, and that price should apply for EVERY home game. 

 

It's a simple concept. No need what so ever for different prices for different games. 

 

So yes, the club is at fault. 

Then the moaners will be saying 

“how can the club justify charging the same for Sunderland and Accrington”

Majority of clubs have categories for different games to maximise match day income. Seeing as league one is all about income to spend ratio then it makes perfect sense. 
 

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1 hour ago, alanharper said:

Fleetwood was a C wasn't it?  

 

But if Fleetwood Town on a Tuesday night is a C, you have to wonder what qualifies as a category D.  

I thought it cat b? I don't think we've used the other two categories for league games yet.

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33 minutes ago, Andrew_Owl said:

No offense,  but have people not got anything better to do on a Sunday afternoon other that be a bit nitpicky about the club for something that doesn't really matter?

 

Ticket prices don't really matter? 

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