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We've now sold 4k and will cap the season ticket total to 4.5k if we sell that many by 7th June which is now the deadline.

A few reasons why there will be a cap.

Our ground officially holds 9,200 - But due to safety issues one of our Stands cannot operate at full capacity and our away end sales are capped at 1,300 - No team will get any extra tickets.

So the total with season ticket holders and away fans is 5,800. I believe this will leave us with 3k to put on general sale to our supporters for each game.

Never known us to have a cap on season tickets, we usually only shift around 3k.

Brisbane Road had a 17k capacity when I started going. Absolutely criminal what H£arn was allowed to do to it in the name of ‘progress’.
 

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where did you read that? They've only just gone on sale this last week so plenty of time to sell a few more.
The club tweeted it yesterday.

Imagine a bigger uptake now payday has happened in the month.
 

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Our prices have gone up by a bit, for the first time in years.

It was I think just over £300 for a terracing renewal, now it's £340
£420 for the standard non-renewal non-early-bird non-concession terracing STs and £483 for seating, though I don't know what these prices were last season.

Matchday prices for terracing/seated have incresed from £21/£24 to £23/£26
 

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Our prices have gone up by a bit, for the first time in years.

It was I think just over £300 for a terracing renewal, now it's £340
£420 for the standard non-renewal non-early-bird non-concession terracing STs and £483 for seating, though I don't know what these prices were last season.

Matchday prices for terracing/seated have incresed from £21/£24 to £23/£26
Advance prices for individual matches are still £3 cheaper. Prices are pretty much what I was expecting, shame we aren't in a position to offer a little bit more of a saving in order to capitalise on the buzz around the club at the moment.
 

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We have sold out of season tickets at approx 4,500. Tinpot thread.
 

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Have Blackpool surpassed that magical 2,100 season ticket sales mark yet?
 

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We've sold over the 5000 mark now which is excluding the Junior Valiant and Box Holders I believe so looks about the same over as last years 6500ish
 

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Club have said 3,600 sold so far so should get over 4,000 by season start. Discounted deadline passed May 31st.
 

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Ours don't go on general (early bird) sale until Monday, but the initial renewal period began last week. 1600 sold, with renewal prices available until the end of the month.
 

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We've cleared 10k now. Imagine they'll finish around 14-14.5k now like most recent seasons.
 

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We went past 15,000 last week but 14.300 of them were on the early bird prices, will not sell many more now, however a good season may see us average 20.000 which would be impressive at this level.
 

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We've sold 13,200 STs out of 14,500 as of this morning. Should probably shift the rest before the start of the season.

I think our fans have been encouraged by the early transfer activity and what looks like a coherent plan by sporting director Rich Hughes. More will be coming in over the next month but at least Mousinho has plenty of bodies to work with at the start of pre-season training.

I'm in the typical pre-season optimistic stage before reality rudely barges into me and spills my pint.
 

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We’ve gone past the 17k mark as of a couple of days ago, renewal deadline is the end of this week - I’d guess that we will get back to the 20-21k season ticket mark which can obviously play a huge part at this level.

It should be enough for us to maintain a 25k plus average.
 

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Judging by the number of season tickets available online, now we’re past the renewal deadline, it looks very similar to what we sold last season - no confirmation that we’ve exceeded the 20k mark but looks to be very close. I think by the time the season starts we will be close or will have exceeded the 21k mark - hopefully should give us a 27-28k average again which would be nice.

Aside from Sunderland, Derby’s average last season was the highest of any other side at this level since the rebranding - higher than Leeds, Wolves, Forest, Leicester, Norwich, Wednesday, Southampton, Sheff Utd. It just speaks to how much of a footballing city Derby is and continues to be. I anticipated it to drop this year but looks like we will be roughly where we were at worse. I hope it makes the difference financially that allows us to compete - Clowes by his own admission says Warne has a good budget for this season and definitely enough to get out of the division. The income and revenue from supporters seems to be a good proportion of that.
 

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We're past 5k I think.
 

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5500k season tickets sold excl hospitality (Around 500-600 i believe) and the junior valiants so overall should be around 6500k physical ST holders i believe which is similar to last season.
 

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Ain't no chance you're selling 6.5 million season tickets, and I really doubt you've sold 5.5 million ;)
 

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Bolton have increased matchday prices. Games are graded from A to C with adult individual ticket prices now ranging between £26 and £34, lLincoln City on the opening day will be charged £28. Bolton fans will pay between £28 and £32, its a grade B game. A lot for third tier football. How does this compare to other clubs?
 

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Bolton have increased matchday prices. Games are graded from A to C with adult individual ticket prices now ranging between £26 and £34, lLincoln City on the opening day will be charged £28. Bolton fans will pay between £28 and £32, its a grade B game. A lot for third tier football. How does this compare to other clubs?

We're doing similar:


We're charging all the big clubs fans £29.

Only two games are the bottom category and thats because they're Tuesday night games and they're £24.

Those are all advanced prices - they increase on the day.
 

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It looks like we're closing on the 23,000 mark with regards to season tickets - roughly 5.5k tickets for matchday goers remain available.
 

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We’re charging away teams £25 now and I think that’s pricey. But I guess with 10% inflation for two years it’s hardly surprising.
 

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I think its 21 to stand and 27 to sit. We don't have categories
 

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