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Season Ticket and Matchday Prices 2015/16

Luke Imp

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I'm guessing we're probably the first to announce ours? Anyway, same this season.

There are also other ticket initiatives that aren't below such as 6-packs and Baker Dozens (effectively flexi-season tickets) and an adult and child can get in for £8 in the family area.

In theory, with the un-used ST stub cash back, I could get mine for £90 off mine next season!

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I'm guessing we're probably the first to announce ours? Anyway, same this season.

There are also other ticket initiatives that aren't below such as 6-packs and Baker Dozens (effectively flexi-season tickets) and an adult and child can get in for £8 in the family area.

In theory, with the un-used ST stub cash back, I could get mine for £90 off mine next season!

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Luke it's a tenner for me and my daughter to go in the family bit (£8 for me and £2 for her) but still very good value.
 

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Early Bird Full Price
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£295 £330
Concession £190 £210
Under 16 £75 £85
Family Package (Adult and two under 16s) £380 £425

Match Day

  • Adult - £18
  • Concession (65+ / Disabled) - £13
  • Under 16 - £5
A pretty big raise, far too expensive IMO.
 

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Early Bird Full Price
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£295 £330
Concession £190 £210
Under 16 £75 £85
Family Package (Adult and two under 16s) £380 £425

Match Day

  • Adult - £18
  • Concession (65+ / Disabled) - £13
  • Under 16 - £5
A pretty big raise, far too expensive IMO.
How much have they gone up?
 

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Early Bird Full Price
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£295 £330
Concession £190 £210
Under 16 £75 £85
Family Package (Adult and two under 16s) £380 £425

Match Day

  • Adult - £18
  • Concession (65+ / Disabled) - £13
  • Under 16 - £5
A pretty big raise, far too expensive IMO.

A price rise has been coming for a while. We've been fortunate enough to enjoy three very successful seasons since we've been back, at £15. If we want to go one step further something has got to give. Or we can carry on at £15, watch all our decent players go elsewhere until Garry Hill gets fed-up and leaves and wait to get to the 3rd Round of the FA Cup for forever.

At least you didn't have to pay £18 to watch unbearable rubbish at Alfreton or Aldershot all season.
 

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A price rise has been coming for a while. We've been fortunate enough to enjoy three very successful seasons since we've been back, at £15. If we want to go one step further something has got to give. Or we can carry on at £15, watch all our decent players go elsewhere until Garry Hill gets fed-up and leaves and wait to get to the 3rd Round of the FA Cup for forever.

At least you didn't have to pay £18 to watch unbearable rubbish at Alfreton or Aldershot all season.
I'm not complaining about the raise, I just think that it could be counterproductive. Raise it to £16, and I doubt many would have batted an eyelid but £18 could put off plenty of floaters.
 

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I'm not complaining about the raise, I just think that it could be counterproductive. Raise it to £16, and I doubt many would have batted an eyelid but £18 could put off plenty of floaters.

Let's wait and see. Three years of £15 has been great value but we need to progress.
 

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Early Bird Full Price
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£295 £330
Concession £190 £210
Under 16 £75 £85
Family Package (Adult and two under 16s) £380 £425

Match Day

  • Adult - £18
  • Concession (65+ / Disabled) - £13
  • Under 16 - £5
A pretty big raise, far too expensive IMO.

Your ST's are £4 cheaper than our terrace ones, but our matchday terrace prices are now cheaper than yours.

Our prices are the same as last season, the only change is the student saver Season Ticket for 16-18 year olds, but I dont think its available as a matchday ticket. I know our prices have been a little high the last couple of years but I don't think we have increased our matchday prices for 7 or 8 years now!

http://www.theshots.co.uk/tickets/season-tickets/
 

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Disgraceful pricing. will consider whether to renew my ST or not, crowds will drop off next year by a bit I think.
 

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The Lincoln renewal prices seem very generous indeed, wish ours were like that. We only did early-bird renewals with a discount for the home terrace this season, so those of us in the seats didn't benefit. That said, we did get half-price entry to the pre-season friendlies, so I got to see games against a Birmingham XI, Crystal Palace and Arsenal U-21 (including Hector Bellerin) for under twenty quid, which was a bit of a bargain. Not sure when we will find out how much it will cost for next season but I will be happy if the cost is the same as this season, I certainly don't expect it to be any cheaper.
 

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Disgraceful pricing. will consider whether to renew my ST or not, crowds will drop off next year by a bit I think.

Not quite sure why you wouldn't renew you're season ticket now that it's actually better value for money at £12.50 a game. Bear in mind this also includes a free drink at the bar.
 

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Not quite sure why you wouldn't renew you're season ticket now that it's actually better value for money at £12.50 a game. Bear in mind this also includes a free drink at the bar.
Shit I missed that part! Never mind it now works out cheaper for me every home game :bravo:

Crisis averted. :bdick:
 
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The Lincoln renewal prices seem very generous indeed, wish ours were like that. We only did early-bird renewals with a discount for the home terrace this season, so those of us in the seats didn't benefit. That said, we did get half-price entry to the pre-season friendlies, so I got to see games against a Birmingham XI, Crystal Palace and Arsenal U-21 (including Hector Bellerin) for under twenty quid, which was a bit of a bargain. Not sure when we will find out how much it will cost for next season but I will be happy if the cost is the same as this season, I certainly don't expect it to be any cheaper.
Even better when you can cash in un-used stubs from this season for £5 off the renewal price as well.
 

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Looks like I will for the first time in around 15 years not be attending many games next season. Just cannot stomach it anymore as the enjoyment level (what a pisstake) has been crap for far too long. However I may still well pay for my customary ST, but just not attend! I do not want the club to suffer anymore financially, but my sanity cannot take it.
 

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£120 for mine. 400 already renewed. Over 100 newbies as well. Owner is hoping for 1000 next season. Not bad considering the season he took over we had less than 10% of that
 

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Our season tickets have been frozen, £190 for adults until April 30. £200 after. On the day prices have risen to £11.

Although I know I may miss a few games, I'm definitely getting a season ticket as we could have a couple of all ticket games. Will get it at 200 though.
 

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Frozen for us
http://www.barnetfc.com/news/articl...-and-memberships-for-next-season-2420069.aspx

Only actually it's not as existing members got an 8% discount this season that's not being continued.
Converted into season ticket it's now
Terrace : Adult £264, Concession £96, Kids £48. Matchday £17, £12, £5
Seats : Adult £312, Concession £144, Kids £72. Matchday £20, £12, £5
Posh Seats: Adult £348, Concession £180, Kids £90, Matchday £23, £12, £5
Kids are actually cheaper if you don't want a reserved seat as they can get in for £1 with a £1pm hive membership.
Membership includes all friendlies, London Bees games, 15% discount on extra tickets, tickets for London Broncos, food and merchandise.

There is still an adult Hive membership that gives 15% off tickets, food and merchandise for £2pm for those who dont go as often.
 

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We're now into the 2nd savings phase of next years ST's, still get 15% at the moment.

Currently about 450 sold according to our match day announcer on our forum.
 

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@FCUnitedMcr: FC United members have voted that admission prices for next season will be £9 adults, £5 concessions and £2 under 18s. #FanOwnership
 

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Our prices for next season, works out about 20 quid more than I paid last year which is a bit annoying considering we're a division below. Not sure we'll be getting many new season ticket holder by charging £306 for conference football.

Presumably it'll be £17 for away fans which is a £2 increase on this year.


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Barrow Season Tickets will be available by the end of May.

A partnership with two other parties will replace the Early Bird offer.

Also be renewing the Monthly Payment Option for all season tickets, prices to follow in due course.

Adult Stand £15 ( £300 )
Concession Stand £12 ( £250 )
Adult Ground £14 ( £280 )
Concession Ground £11 ( £230 )
Assisted £12 ( £250 )
Youth 11 – 17 £5 ( £100 )
Child Under 11 £1 ( £16 )
 

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Ours are quite good, no rises for the third year. Shame about the lack of student offers though.

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I like how on the Exec box bit there's an over 62 and over 80 but no price difference.
 

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We're now into the 2nd savings phase of next years ST's, still get 15% at the moment.

Currently about 450 sold according to our match day announcer on our forum.

Did he start his post with "Lllladies and gentlemen....boys and girls!" ?
 

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ATFC SEASON TICKET PRICES FOR THE 2015/16 SEASON
EARLY BIRD DEADLINE PRICES APPLY UNTIL JUNE 30th, 2015
Adults £210 (for a 21-game home campaign = just £10 per game)
Concessions £175 (for a 21-game home campaign = just £8.33 per game)
16-21 Year Olds £100 (for a 21-game home campaign = just £4.76 per game)
AFTER THE EARLY BIRD DEADLINE, PRICES RISE FROM JULY 1st TO:
Adults £250 (for a 21-game home campaign = £11.90 per game)
Concessions £200 (for a 21-game home campaign = £9.52 per game)
16-21 Year Olds (There is no price increase on these age group season tickets after the Early Bird Deadline, they remain at £100 each).
HOW TO PURCHASE
Season tickets can be obtained by calling the Season Ticket Hotline on 01159 392090 extension 107 between 9am and 2.30pm Monday to Friday or by calling in at the ticket office at the Impact Arena between 10am and 2.45pm Tuesday to Friday each week.
ADMISSION BY PAYMENT AT THE TURNSTILE
Admission by payment at the turnstile for each Vanarama National League North fixture at the Impact Arena during the 2015/16 season has been reduced to:
£14 for each adult (aged 21 upwards)
£10 for each senior citizen (persons aged 65 and over)
£10 for age group 16 to 21
£10 for each student upon production of a valid student card at the turnstile on the day of the game
£2 for children aged 15 and under, provided that they are accompanied through the turnstile by a paying adult
NB All home ties in all cup competitions are 'all pay' games, season tickets cannot be used for these fixtures.
Due to logistical problems, the club will not have Ten Match Tickets, Early Bird Tickets or Group Saver Tickets available throughout the 2015/16 season.

We have announced ours. Good prices IMO especially for the 16-21 year olds. Think the fact there is no Early Bird or Group Saver tickets may harm away fans though.
 

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Here's ours:

Ground season tickets can be bought online:

Adults: £225
Concessions (65+/students with valid ID): £170
Youth (11 to 16 year olds): £100
Junior (Under 11): £20

We've sold 750 so far.
 

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