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Season Ticket sales; Willy Waving allowed!

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Ours are well overestimated in that - all the prices listed are for new season ticket holders who missed the early bird rate in the most expensive stand. Most adults will have paid less than £300 and concessions less than £200.

Most clubs will do the same won't they, but if it listed every discount it wouldn't be a very good graphic or at least over complicated. So doing the actual price seems the best idea.

We have discounts for both last season's ticket holders and the years before ( because most didn't renew last season due to no fans likely)
 

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Most clubs will do the same won't they, but if it listed every discount it wouldn't be a very good graphic or at least over complicated. So doing the actual price seems the best idea.

We have discounts for both last season's ticket holders and the years before ( because most didn't renew last season due to no fans likely)

Aye and you’d expect ours to be the most I guess with our championship facilities(tm), but realistically of 3,500 season ticket holders or whatever we end up with, barely any will have paid those prices.
 

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Ours are £279 if renewing and £349 if you are a new season ticket holder so they’ve gone for the most expensive one on that graph
 

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Aye and you’d expect ours to be the most I guess with our championship facilities(tm), but realistically of 3,500 season ticket holders or whatever we end up with, barely any will have paid those prices.

We have sold 2500 and they said 500 of those didn't have a one in the past two seasons, so there are people out there not getting the discount, at least in our case.
 

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We have sold 2500 and they said 500 of those didn't have a one in the past two seasons, so there are people out there not getting the discount, at least in our case.

We had an early discount for new buyers too that’s just ended, I think they were slightly more than renewals but significantly more than they are now.
 

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All prices here

 

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Kings Lynn £420...

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£420 is astonishing, surely anything north of £300 would be a lot here?
 

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£420 is astonishing, surely anything north of £300 would be a lot here?

Agree, also that table only gives the cheapest ticket on offer at each club. Many of those will be for standing only.
 

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Agree, also that table only gives the cheapest ticket on offer at each club. Many of those will be for standing only.
It's most expensive, isn't it? That's the case for us and Notts at least, as mentioned above.
 

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This is not a dig at County. I’ve lived and worked here for a long time and have got a lot of respect for your fans and the numbers you manage to get through the gate in non league. But it always surprises me that your ST sales are quite low, in comparison to your gates of say 4-6k (depending on success). Why is that? Surely most of the extra 2k+ fans are going to enough games to make a ST worthwhile?
I would guess a lot could be down to shift workers being unable to get to enough games, that’s my reason for not getting a Grimsby one anymore and I would presume that would be the same for a decent amount of supporters of most teams up and down the country.
 

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It's most expensive, isn't it? That's the case for us and Notts at least, as mentioned above.

Even dover is £340.

Mine was £250 this season as had a season ticket last year and it’s a decent deal
 

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Parmenter has never been known for his generosity or be willing to do something innovative- the early bird was a huge discount of £25 :sad:
 

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Surely you have to list the price for new season ticket holders (like they have in the graphic). What would be the point in listing the discounted prices?
 

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Surely you have to list the price for new season ticket holders (like they have in the graphic). What would be the point in listing the discounted prices?
Err, mine was the price for new ST holders.

Just in a different stand.
 

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Err, mine was the price for new ST holders.

Just in a different stand.

Yeah, a new season ticket holder could knock more than £100 off that Notts price if they’d wanted to.
 

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Count Cleeve's mob won't last the season, the state of him charging that. Anyone who beats them early on should be fully prepared to have the 3 points off.

Also, how do Eastleigh keep going? They've been basically paying people to attend their games for years now.
 

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Count Cleeve's mob won't last the season, the state of him charging that. Anyone who beats them early on should be fully prepared to have the 3 points off.

Also, how do Eastleigh keep going? They've been basically paying people to attend their games for years now.
Kings Lynne have signed a couple of decent players and were by no means the worst team I saw last year, think they'll do better than last season.
Saw the RR Wrexham effect today. An old fella walking his dog near the local nature reserve today with his Wrexham shirt on. Wrexham lager was the logo. Can't be too many Wrexham fans in Nottingham.
 

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Kings Lynne have signed a couple of decent players and were by no means the worst team I saw last year, think they'll do better than last season.
Saw the RR Wrexham effect today. An old fella walking his dog near the local nature reserve today with his Wrexham shirt on. Wrexham lager was the logo. Can't be too many Wrexham fans in Nottingham.

Maybe he was a hipster. Supported us before it was cool
 

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Saw the RR Wrexham effect today. An old fella walking his dog near the local nature reserve today with his Wrexham shirt on. Wrexham lager was the logo. Can't be too many Wrexham fans in Nottingham.
Wrexham Lager is being brewed again (original brewery closed in 2000 I think), the new brewers have been selling it since around 2011, it's still shit!
 

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