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Ours were launched today, and prices have been frozen until May 31st at the prices they were at the start of the year.

Seems like the price freeze has gone down well, as over 150 have been sold, which is good considering it's a lot of money for people to find straight away. There's been a lead up campaign but most assumed it was about tickets in the East Stand going on sale so it's a good effort to shift so many. Also happy there's been a price freeze for League 1 football.
 

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Decent that. Most greedy bastard chairman would put them up after promotion. Hoping ours go down. £330 this season. Knock them out at £250 and kids for £50.
 

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Decent that. Most greedy bastard chairman would put them up after promotion. Hoping ours go down. £330 this season. Knock them out at £250 and kids for £50.

Huddersfield and Bradford have shown if you lower them enough people will buy them.
 

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Just bought mine today for our main stand £199 :)
 

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We'll not find out anything about these probably until the middle of summer. There'll be some unhappiness if there's a price increase, though.
 

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Decent that. Most greedy bastard chairman would put them up after promotion. Hoping ours go down. £330 this season. Knock them out at £250 and kids for £50.

If there's one thing Thomas is good at, it's supporter relations.

£330 for a Mansfield season ticket is incredible. I think mine was about £250.
 

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prices held for the 6th year running at the gas, early bird terrace prices are £260, stand seats start at £300.

The club are looking to beat last years ST total of 3,526.
 

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We did away with our early bird promotion last season (been in place forever before that). I paid £275 for our terrace, I imagine it'll be similar price next season.
 

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Mine was £340 up a tenner from last season. That's with the early bird offer though, if you renew I think it's before the end the season it goes up to 370 after that then it's 400 I think.
 

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Our cheapest season tickets in the terrace are £230 and the most expensive £306 in The Frank Adams stand.
 

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Our early bird prices have already expired - I think they were up on last year with around 3500 sold up to the Easter break.
 

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Ours have been frozen for the 5th year running. Which all sounds rosy until you realise that we're still paying what we were when we were realistic play-off challengers in L1...

The sooner these owners are fucked off the better. We must have the most complicated ticketing policy in the FL, it's getting beyond a joke - just make it a simple £250 for adults and £100 for juniors/seniors.

£400 seating and £337 for a standing ST is ridiculous.
 

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We've sold over 400 in 3 days, a lot to first time season ticket holders. Good stuff.
 

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Ours have been frozen for the 5th year running. Which all sounds rosy until you realise that we're still paying what we were when we were realistic play-off challengers in L1...

The sooner these owners are fucked off the better. We must have the most complicated ticketing policy in the FL, it's getting beyond a joke - just make it a simple £250 for adults and £100 for juniors/seniors.

£400 seating and £337 for a standing ST is ridiculous.

Ours is quite complex this year as well I think. Well as complex as buying a ST can be in any case!

We had 3 different buying periods , Early Bird, Standard and Peak all with different prices and then different prices for which part of the ground you are in on top of that. Also had different prices for League 2 and League 1 listed as well which given we had basically no shot at League 1 when this was put together I found a little amusing!
 

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I'll be waiting for ours with my eyes hidden behind my hands. Prices at Field Mill are really holding the club back. Problem is, when your owner lives out in the sticks and helicopters in it's probably easy to forget that your target audience is pretty much coppering up the pennies.

Apparently there's going to be no increase in prices, however, the cheapest season ticket for this season was still the dearest cheapest ticket in the division - add that to amongst the skintests support base and go figure why the gates are hopeless.
 

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Ours have been frozen for the 5th year running. Which all sounds rosy until you realise that we're still paying what we were when we were realistic play-off challengers in L1...

The sooner these owners are fucked off the better. We must have the most complicated ticketing policy in the FL, it's getting beyond a joke - just make it a simple £250 for adults and £100 for juniors/seniors.

£400 seating and £337 for a standing ST is ridiculous.
On the plus side, the cost for renewal has gone down (for this season only I presume)
 

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Ours are £22pm terrace, £26pm uncovered East seats or £29pm West Seats. Not heard about any change.
 

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I'll be waiting for ours with my eyes hidden behind my hands. Prices at Field Mill are really holding the club back. Problem is, when your owner lives out in the sticks and helicopters in it's probably easy to forget that your target audience is pretty much coppering up the pennies.

Apparently there's going to be no increase in prices, however, the cheapest season ticket for this season was still the dearest cheapest ticket in the division - add that to amongst the skintests support base and go figure why the gates are hopeless.
Thing is we live in a time when no one in Mansfield wants to watch Mansfield Town FC, by lowering prices we're lowering our budget for next season. I think 330 isn't too bad to be honest however 180 quid for mine is a bit of a farce given a mate of mine who is the same age (17) has a Watford season ticket and it only cost him 100 quid. 180 quid for L2 football or 100 for Premier League.
 
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Love the optimism from the club in putting League 1 prices into our structure. Or not delusion, whatever...
 

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Thing is we live in a time when no one in Mansfield wants to watch Mansfield Town FC, by lowering prices we're loweringoing our budget for next season. I think 330 isn't too bad to be honest however 180 quid for mine is a bit of a farce given a mate of mine who is the same age (17) has a Watford season ticket and it only cost him 100 quid. 180 quid for L2 football or 100 for Premier League.

You're wrong, we live in a time when for years the public have been given an absolute armoury of reasons to not follow Mansfield. The culture needs to change to survive.
 

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Huddersfield and Bradford have shown if you lower them enough people will buy them.
We were sitting comfortably in League One , we lowered ours to 100 and not much more after that ....relegation , followed by near miss , followed by very very near miss followed by another near miss ...so yes , you sometimes do get what you pay for
 

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We were sitting comfortably in League One , we lowered ours to 100 and not much more after that ....relegation , followed by near miss , followed by very very near miss followed by another near miss ...so yes , you sometimes do get what you pay for

But didn't you have a packed out stadium?
 

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They never all turned up ....about 700 a game ....people get fed up of seeing rubbish no matter how cheap ... now its normal price we are at about 3500 home fans per game , which is pretty good considering
 

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If I'm understanding this correctly, and you're telling us that dropping down a division and doubling your prices led to your attendance increasing by a factor of five, then honestly I need to question what you Hartlepool folk are playing at.
 

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700 DIDN'T turn up as you well know that's what I was saying ....cheeky monkey !
 

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My season ticket last year was a low £180 in a new behind-the-goal all seater stand, will be very happy with that again
 

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Our fans are absolutely fuming at the 10% rise in season ticket prices.

Matchday prices go up slightly except for the terrace which stays the same.
 

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