Season Tickets 2015/16

Rammy

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How's it going so far, if your club even have them on sale yet?

We've sold 18,500 so far, which isn't too shabby.
 

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renewed mine, more out of habit than owt else
Same. Ours are a bit of a rip off, and complicated. £388 for renewal in the most popular stand. £525 is the most expensive, £262 the cheapest (and that's renewal prices).

And... if you bring less than 2k-ish to ours next season you'll be sharing the away end. If you're massif you can bring up to 6000 and share the home end with us, a move which has pissed off many and in reality will only bring us in something like an extra £50k, so less than 1% of our annual losses. Genius.
 

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Been able to renew ours since January. Mine is £518.50

re figures, this (from Feb 25) suggests we've sold 20,000ish:
NORWICH City are delighted to announce season ticket sales for 2015-16 are up on the same point from 2014, meaning the Yellow Army will once again pack out Carrow Road throughout the stadium's 80th year and beyond.

The Board of Directors decided to freeze prices for the second consecutive year as a thank-you to our loyal supporters – and after the number of renewals by the first deadline on February 14 have been processed, the Club is pleased to confirm season ticket sales are up by more than two per cent from this stage last season.

There are just over 900 supporters remaining who have until the second deadline on April 6 or the final deadline on May 2 to renew their season ticket, before any remaining tickets will go on sale to the fans currently on the waiting list.

The news means the total number of season tickets sold will once again be capped at 22,000
 

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Ours are likely to be held off until we know what league / stadium we are playing in.
 

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Yeah, can't say I care enough about £19 to be bothered to ring them/go to the ticket office.
I just emailed them saying 'OPT OUT'. I can afford £19 but I just think it's a bit cheeky charging everyone and forcing anyone who doesn't want to pay it to contact the club. Especially when we're already the most expensive team to watch in the Championship.
 

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Slight drop in renewal rate from last year but on course for circa 20,000 STHs for the 3rd season running according to our CEO.

£465 mine set me back, although that does include travel subsidy which would otherwise cost me within the region of £150 over the course of the season.
 

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I'm amazed more have bought this year than last with all the speculation that's going on and everything, but that's a great amount.
 

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The club have recently emailed us a load of waffle that boils down to: If we stay in this division then prices are frozen, and if we go up then prices are increased. No figures given.
 

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Reading Season Ticket prices finally announced. Not too bad either. Adult tickets are still the same price (have been for 7 years now), but they've reduced prices of some of the lower aged categories.

Suddenly after not being very likely to get one I am very tempted. The increase in age for young adult/concessions means that I could get a ST for about £200 less than I could have done this season. Would only need to attend six games and I would be getting better value for money than this season. Though seems like i'm almost the 'perfect' outcome from these deals. I know some won't be too happy that adult tickets weren't decreased.
 

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I am just grateful they didn't increase in price.£375 isn't too bad compared to a lot of other clubs.Will renew mine.
 
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We've sold coming up to 22,000 season tickets for next season. 1,500 more and that's it because of the cap they impose.
 

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FULL SEASON TICKETS WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE AS SOON AS IT KNOWN WHICH LEAGUE THE CLUB WILL BE PLAYING IN FOR THE 2015/16 SEASON.
 

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Our second phase tickets went one sale yesterday, £500 on the Kop, £600 on North and Grandstand, £670 on South. Madness.

Early bird renewals up on last year though.
 

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