2024-25 Season Ticket Prices

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How many of those were kids/seniors?

Obviously, you haven’t sold 5,800 at an average cost price of £375.
What are the 15000 Bradford season ticket holders all adults?
 

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What are the 15000 Bradford season ticket holders all adults?

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Half the Mansfield ST’s are free under seven’s, but don’t tell fishy.
 

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Well we sold over 5000 last year at higher prices than that so your Maths needs a little work mate.
Plus it was clearly a joke so not sure why the shitty attitude?

Didn't mean to appear shitty, as you put it.
Glad you are staying up by the way as you usually travel in good numbers to ours to create good atmosphere, and I think its now 28 years since you beat us!
 

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Bradford didn’t sell Grimsby away allocation? :bl:
 

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Clearly boycotted due to fan-ownership unrest! ;)
 

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Bradford normally travel in good numbers , it irks me we can only offer 1150 away tickets now when we take a good number to the better supported teams but can't have a really decent away following in numbers wise . We need higher capacity and better facilities at our shed .
 

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Our away support isn't the best really. Big club my arse.
 

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Interesting snippet from our chief executive on a podcast today around us 'announcing our season ticket prices on 29 April'. It's a bit of a weird thing to do to wait so long when we know what league we're going to be in (and realistically have done for a couple of months), I've got a bit of a hunch we may try and do the Bradford thing and drastically reduce them. It's the perfect time to try something like that with our big crowds this season and Forest being both sold out every week and just having announced a ridiculous hike in all of their season ticket prices, with a lot now pushing £1k.
 

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Interesting snippet from our chief executive on a podcast today around us 'announcing our season ticket prices on 29 April'. It's a bit of a weird thing to do to wait so long when we know what league we're going to be in (and realistically have done for a couple of months), I've got a bit of a hunch we may try and do the Bradford thing and drastically reduce them. It's the perfect time to try something like that with our big crowds this season and Forest being both sold out every week and just having announced a ridiculous hike in all of their season ticket prices, with a lot now pushing £1k.
I'd be surprised if we go "full Bradford" (obviously would be delighted) but there is definitely a huge opportunity, particularly with those 18-23s who have seen theirs go up 400% or whatever it is.

I was genuinely gutted when they went up, I thought it was really bad news for Notts but it's gone completely the other way to the point that I actually reckon it'd be best for us if they stayed there for a fair while longer.
 

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My thoughts exactly. I really didn't want them to get to the Premier League and I have wanted them to get relegated since. I saw their success as somewhat unhelpful to my beloved club. However I was clearly wrong and I'm happy for them to struggle in the bottom half.

Was shocked by the level of their ST price increases almost across the board, regardless of what league they are in next season.

Forest fan families that currently don't have a ST and want to see regular football only real option is across the River Trent. They either pay £10 to be on an endless waiting list and see a few games at most every year or the get cheap season tickets at Notts and see 20+

Their long overdue recent success has been great for Notts attendances and if we cleverly react to their ST price news with our own complimentary actions we should.maintain our very healthy current support.

Will be interesting to see what happens. Safe to say we are in good hands with these owners.
 

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Similar thing with us that United and City are both "top" teams, charging top whack and getting tourists all over the shop ramping up prices of everything at those clubs. United obviously been like that for a while but City have caught up in that regard with their recent success and Middle East State takeover.

A lot of young lads (and girls) in Stockport are now starting to want to go to live football with their mates and think United and City just aren't viable financial options so go to County and many get hooked.

That's how it started for me tbh. I could have been United family wise but when it came to 12/13 as big Football fans me and my mates went to County and it rolled from there as there's no chance we could go and follow United everywhere. City would have been viable at that time as they were average but I've always hated them with a passion so no go. But now City are like United in terms of pricing out and tourists ousting them out.
 
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That would be ace if you's lowered the prices and started getting more than Forrest - £800 + with all their epl riches is insane .
 

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If we only sell 1,000 fewer based on the absolute tripe served up this season and coupledwith a 25% increase that is indeed some going.
 

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We’ve frozen ours at £335 which initially angered fans who wanted to see them lowered due to relegation, but our Pod went through prices of other clubs and seems ours are on the cheaper side, nearly £500 at Walsall for example.

Think we sold around 6000 this season and over 7000 the season before but expect a hit this season on those numbers following relegation.
 

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I'm expecting a drop in both season ticket sales and overall attendances next season which is to be expected for the variety of valid reasons.

I think we might see a small price increase which is justifiable.

Overall both ST sales and attendances will be down at Meadow Lane but both will be a very high healthy levels, the likes of which we haven't seen before in the lower leagues.
 

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We’ve frozen ours at £335 which initially angered fans who wanted to see them lowered due to relegation, but our Pod went through prices of other clubs and seems ours are on the cheaper side, nearly £500 at Walsall for example.

Think we sold around 6000 this season and over 7000 the season before but expect a hit this season on those numbers following relegation.
£335 is good

I renewed and mine was £367 for early bird, up from around 330 in NL last season. Cheapest is behind the other goal at about £340 I think.

We've shifted 4100 so far, so should clear 5000 I imagine
 

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Ours are all up in the air at the moment. The Trust put out a survey - including me - asking about opting all ST holders in. I said no as I felt people wouldn't be engaged enough. The survey was passed though.

Then an FAQ appeared appeared on the DT website and the new MD put an article on the club website. Yesterday the FAQs were amended to state that anyone who opts out will pay the same as DT members but lose extra benefits such as club shop discount and ticket priority.

Last night the club put up an article stating the early bird prices. At the same time the DT SGM was taking place - that was fun -not. The club article has subsquently been taken down.

Goodness knows what's happening but the screenshot shows the proposed increases. Mine would go up £40.

 

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