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Walkley_Owl

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Seems like we've 'done a Leeds'

Adults only
Cheapest tickets
Kop
Cheapest
£20*
Dearest
£45*

North/Grandstand
Cheapest
£20*
Dearest
£48*

South
Cheapest
£20*
Dearest
£52*

* members get a £5 ticket reduction on these prices

Bristol C fans, you're a Category B so looking at £39 for adults, that is fucking obscene.
 

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Rotherham - Away Tickets will more than likely be on terms with those for the North Stand

In advance (On the day)

KCM Recycling North Stand
ADULT: £23 (£25)
CONCESSIONS: £13 (£15)
JUVENILE (13-17): £8 (£9)
JUNIOR (12 and under): £6 (£7)

Ben Bennett Family East Stand
ADULT: £25 (£27)
CONCESSIONS: £15 (£17)
JUVENILE (13-17): £9 (£10)
JUNIOR (8 -12): £7 (£8)
UNDER 8s: £2 (£2)

Eric Twigg and Pukka Pies West Stand
ADULT: £25 (£27)
CONCESSIONS: £15 (£17)
JUVENILE (13-17): £9 (£10)
JUNIOR (12 and under): £7 (£8)
 

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I love their prices to be fair....
 

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That's is fucking hideous. Debating whether to just not bother at those prices.
 

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£40!!

Fuck that for a laugh.
 

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Sorry fellas..... Fucking disgraceful
 

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I actually don't think any game next season will be classified as A* or even A.

But I do not disagree.
 

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I think our most expensive is £37 which is a rip off, an extra £10/15 at Wednesday is beyond a joke.
 

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£39 for a ticket. I got mine for £7 cheaper at Wembley.

Fucking joke, well pissed off with that.
 

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to pay for all them signings, premier league bound, £65 next year
 

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There won't be more than 1,000 City fans there now, and even if there are 1,000, fair play to them. I certainly won't be paying that, unless City choose to subsidise the cost for our fans, I doubt I'll be going.
 

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We aren't expecting Cat A or A* to be reached...
 

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I think we should charge Wednesday back what they charged us, and the same for every club.

I don't think we should punish their fans, but if that's the only way to get back at them then so be it. If every club did this, I'm sure ticket prices wouldn't be rising as high as they are.
 

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I think we should charge Wednesday back what they charged us, and the same for every club.

I don't think we should punish their fans, but if that's the only way to get back at them then so be it. If every club did this, I'm sure ticket prices wouldn't be rising as high as they are.

I'm not sure you can under football league rules.
 

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I'm not sure you can under football league rules.
The Football League shouldn't be allowing for prices to be at that figure anyway.

Apologies if I'm coming across like I'm having a dig at Wednesday's fans, as I know it's not their fault. I may also be coming across as incredibly poor, and you can believe me I'm not, but I'm just not willing to pay ridiculous money to watch football.

I've always said I'll never pay more than £30 to watch a game of football, this was alright in L1, as the most I paid last season was £27 at Swindon I believe, but I may find myself not going to many away games next season if all ticket prices are similar to this.
 

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It's funny, you can get a season ticket for about £150 quid at Blackburn in this league and they only filled an average of 47% of their stadium capacity last season.
 

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It's funny, you can get a season ticket for about £150 quid at Blackburn in this league and they only filled an average of 47% of their stadium capacity last season.
Because most of them followed in the footsteps of roversfan2001 and fucked off to Preston at the first sign of success.
 

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because Blackburn are a small club, i'd love to know what our average would be with £150 season tickets
 

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MK Dons prices for home and away fans are:

Adults: £25
Over-65s: £17
Under-21s: £17
Under-18s: £7

It's £30 for the halfway line seats, but those areas won't be available for away fans.
 

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MK Dons prices for home and away fans are:

Adults: £25
Over-65s: £17
Under-21s: £17
Under-18s: £7

It's £30 for the halfway line seats, but those areas won't be available for away fans.
Very reasonable.
 

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I thought that about Rotherham at the start of the Summer, but in all honesty they're in a better position than us currently and they should have enough to survive.


What do you charge?
Same prices for our North stand on 2nd post.
 
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MK Dons prices for home and away fans are:

Adults: £25
Over-65s: £17
Under-21s: £17
Under-18s: £7

It's £30 for the halfway line seats, but those areas won't be available for away fans.

£35 if you don't want the sun in your eyes for half the games next season, as well as enjoy a pint in real glass, a free cuppa at half time and access to pre & post match interviews.

We actually have two regular season ticket categories a step up from that. Not sure what they cost as pay on the day though.
 

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