2016/2017 Season Ticket prices

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MK Dons have just announced the ST prices for next season. For the standard areas of the ground the early bird (until 9/4) pricing is::

Adult - £28 per month
Over 65 - £17 pm
Under 21 - £12 pm
Under 18 - £4 pm
Under 12 - free (with Junior Dons membership and with full paying adult)

From 10/4 it's:

Adult - £30 per month
Over 65 - £19 pm
Under 21 - £13 pm
Under 18 - £4 pm
Under 12 - free (with Junior Dons membership and with full paying adult)

On the day (if there is one) that Championship status is confirmed, these go up to:

Adult - £32 per month
Over 65 - £20 pm
Under 21 - £15 pm
Under 18 - £5 pm
Under 12 - free (with Junior Dons membership and with full paying adult)

The family area is a little bit less, the East Centre a little bit more and the prawn sandwich area is a lot more.

The vast majority of ST holders pay monthly as there's no additional charge for DD's.

While we'd all like it to be a bit cheaper, personally I don't think these are too bad and assuming you get in early, there's no change to the 2015/2016 Championship pricing.
 

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Imagine ours will stay the same, £400 behind the goal, £475 down the sides & £535 premium.

Would be very disappointed if they went up further.
 

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ours have been frozen again.

(1st deadline - 13 Feb/2nd deadline - 12 Mar/final deadline - 7 May)
Adult – £499.50/£556.50/£585
Over-75 – £305.50/£362.50/£391
65+ – £338.50/£395.50/£424
Under-21 – £220.50/£258.50/£277.50
Under-18 – £180.50/£209/£228
Under-12 – £126.75/£155.25/£169.50

Mine auto-renews. I can never be bothered to ring up and opt out of the Academy donation either so it goes up £19. Still works out at just over £22 per game so not unreasonable imo.
 

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ours have been frozen again.

(1st deadline - 13 Feb/2nd deadline - 12 Mar/final deadline - 7 May)
Adult – £499.50/£556.50/£585
Over-75 – £305.50/£362.50/£391
65+ – £338.50/£395.50/£424
Under-21 – £220.50/£258.50/£277.50
Under-18 – £180.50/£209/£228
Under-12 – £126.75/£155.25/£169.50

Mine auto-renews. I can never be bothered to ring up and opt out of the Academy donation either so it goes up £19. Still works out at just over £22 per game so not unreasonable imo.

Arent you a norwich fan? Only 19 games so £27 a ticket or are you presuming youre going down
 

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I've paid £1465 for the next three seasons
 

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I'd expect ours to go up a fair bit this year - can't sustain £250 STs in the second tier. I anticipate mine will be around £80 (was £85 in 11/12 and 12/13)
 

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Cost me 505 for next season, couldn't justify the 3 year one as I've got a wedding to pay for, but not bad tbh as much as people complain
 
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£455 for me to see #Implosion2017

Price freeze if I renew before April, which I will.
 

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Guessing mine will remain around the £350 mark. It's standing, but I'd pay more to do that so it works well for me that it's cheaper
 

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Guessing mine will remain around the £350 mark. It's standing, but I'd pay more to do that so it works well for me that it's cheaper

I thought you had to shut down terraces after two seasons of being in this league?
 

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I thought you had to shut down terraces after two seasons of being in this league?
They're moving though so I expect the FA/FL have ignored it.
 

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They're moving though so I expect the FA/FL have ignored it.

Believe it when I see it. Went past the other week and still doesn't look like they've even started. Really can't see them being in Lionel Road for 2017, which was always the plan.
 

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Believe it when I see it. Went past the other week and still doesn't look like they've even started. Really can't see them being in Lionel Road for 2017, which was always the plan.
It won't be 2017, current timeline shows Jan 2018, so a switch mid-season.

Football League rules say it's fine if you have well-developed plans to move, and they have said we're fine to keep it till then. They're low capacity, never had any problems really. CPOs are holding up the start, we own 95% of the land but can't go ahead till we have it all. The club hope to start digging in the next 2-3 months, but it might be a little longer.
 

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It's three seasons continuously in the top two divisions.

We were allowed four seasons back in the 90s as we were in the process of building. So I assume it'll just be a case of by the start of next season the FA/FL seeing if Brentford have done enough to justify extending the time period, which sounds like they have.
 

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It's three seasons continuously in the top two divisions.

We were allowed four seasons back in the 90s as we were in the process of building. So I assume it'll just be a case of by the start of next season the FA/FL seeing if Brentford have done enough to justify extending the time period, which sounds like they have.
Don't think it has to be continuous. Just by your 4th season at this level since the rule was introduced
 

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£174 for a Huddersfield ST anywhere in the ground next season. Fantastic value that, works out at just over £7 a game.
 

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£174 for a Huddersfield ST anywhere in the ground next season. Fantastic value that, works out at just over £7 a game.
What age band is that?
 

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Looked into it and it's a temporary promotion level, but still, good work by Town.
 

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We're able to do this because of the big increase in TV money for next season, so if we can then no club has an excuse to rise their prices.

Technically only available to the first 10k, but this is just to see how quickly we can flog them.

Like DFS I guess

SALE ENDS MONDAY! BUY NOW!*

*sale restarts on tuesday.
 

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Wagners won a lot of fans who lost faith under Powell - playing the best football I've ever seen Town play.

Fantastic offer with the club giving some of the TV/FL money back to the fans.

The 10,000 is an initial offer, but will no doubt be extended once they're snapped up.

Won me back certainly.
 

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£174 for a Huddersfield ST anywhere in the ground next season. Fantastic value that, works out at just over £7 a game.
Wish every club was like that, we are currently just feeding more and more money to the clubs that really don't need it.
 

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Fair play Huddersfield. Bradford do similar don't they and they're averaging 18k in L1. Can only be a good thing to get more fans in the door
 

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11,000 Season Cards sold in first 4 day, offer extended up until 15,000 SC holders.

I'm shocked we've sold em that quick to be fair.
 

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We sold 24,000 for this season, but given the bad feeling around the club (before Saturday anyway), I would be amazed if we're anywhere near 11k.
 

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11,000 Season Cards sold in first 4 day, offer extended up until 15,000 SC holders.

I'm shocked we've sold em that quick to be fair.

I really don't understand why we don't do a similar ticket pricing strategy. I could understand if a lot more Town fans meant the need for a lot more policing costs, but we are so placid at Town and we don't get large away followings, I wouldn't have thought it would cost more for Town.

Instead, I'm looking to be paying £556 quid next year (at the early bird prices). That's if I renew!
 

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Only just seen the part about the cheap prices. Outstanding by Huddersfield. Wish I only had to pay that! :lol:
 

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Not sure what we'll do next season. There were some decent deals on last season which kept us with a decent amount of ST holders (must have had about 13k this year) and they would be stupid to scrap them.

We also went from a period in Dec 2014 to Sept 2015 where we failed to score in 15/20 home league games, which may have hindered sales more last season. Though two bad years on the spin won't have helped.

If they keep the same deals from last season, i'll be in. Can't really pass up on a £150 ST, especially as it'll be my last year eligible for the deal.
 
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