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Discussion in 'EFL League One' started by Daz_Blade, Jul 11, 2016.
rob dog hotpot eating faux manc ****ers!
Bury cost me £18 for an adult for the first (away) game of the season, not bad at all.
Spurs doing all 3 Champions League group games at Wembley starting at £70 (plus 50% off for concessions). Brilliant pricing!
Even the most expensive seats (Club Wembley) are only £150 for all 3.
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That's class tbf, at those prices i wouldn't be surprised if they were to sell outs as, depending on the opposition, they'll be a magnet to tourists and those who fancy watching a decent priced Champions League game at Wembley.
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Notlob are robdogging f**kwits!!!!!
It's quite simple you thick flat cap wearing yonner
your club is robbing folk
suppose at least you're not making up raffle winners
Spurs have few family seats then they charge adult prices even if it's a toddler sitting in it
Hope league 1 don't go the premier and charge high prices for big name opposition, it's big names like Southend who would suffer
Southend are not a big club .
Concessions are available in any of the 85,000 seats.
At Wembley yes, I'm talking about White Hart Lane
In which case I'm unsure why that's an at all relevant reply to my post. Either way, at White Hart Lane they are available in an entire stand (the family stand....), not just a few seats.
And available in the whole ground for every cup game.
I've no idea we why you're talking about Tottenham in a league 1 thread but as you have I'll reply
The family stand sells out fast, after that you pay adult prices even if it's for a toddler
1. You're absolutely right. When I first posted in here, I did it on Tapatalk and on there it isn't immediately obvious this was a thread in the League 1 sub-forum.
2. The Paxton is almost always the last stand to sell out, you're talking rubbish.
No chance i was going to the two away games over Xmas, £51 in total for Bradford and Bolton.
Was £30 reduced to £28 for our Cat A away at Bolton on Boxing Day. I was looking forward to going but decided against it. I'm surprised 800 Salopians made the trip.
Their game on Dec 12th vs Gillingham was £5 home fans, £10 away although it was a Monday night.
Bolton charge £31?!
-and still 6 points behind the Blades with an inferior goal difference
Well guy's we certainly agree with the statement of dropping ticket prices for fixtures! Atmosphere's would be far better, however, European football is really where the atmosphere is a different class. If you lads are interested in watching some European football check out our page https://www.facebook.com/footballroadtrips/
We've just announced our season tickets for next season have been frozen. The cheapest being £149 if bought before a certain date.
It must be about 7 or 8 years since our ex owners first introduced the cheap tickets and it's great that our next chairmen have carried it on.
I'm amazed that more clubs don't do it after seeing how it's worked for us. We have 18k every week pushing over 20k with a decent away following. I know not every club could make it financially viable, but there's a lot of clubs out there with potentially big fan bases.