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I meant that's why we did the scheme.

We had to do something to retain fans.
Would have been interesting to see us try and stick with it as to how it would have gone say during the promotion period's as to if we'd have captured more fans.
 

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I think ours are capped at 14.5k and there is now a waiting list you can sign unto for a £40 fee which is deductible from your season ticket fee when you can get one.

Nothing from the club as yet as i'm sure they're waiting to release based on an uplift assuming we are playing at a higher level next season.
 

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Would have been interesting to see us try and stick with it as to how it would have gone say during the promotion period's as to if we'd have captured more fans.

I'll be livid if we either keep the same prices or increase ours next season.

Can't justify that after two successive relegation battles and dire seasons.
 

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I'll be livid if we either keep the same prices or increase ours next season.

Can't justify that after two successive relegation battles and dire seasons.
Prices held £335.00 Adults (£20 more in Lorne Street).

I was annoyed but listening to Ale and Vale has settled it a bit, Walsall and Crewe two local sides charging more than we do, was it Bristol Rovers nearly £150 more? We will actually still have on the cheaper seating season tickets in L2.
 

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Expecting our ST sales to fall again. 4 awful seasons in a row is slowly killing off what's left of the match going fanbase that remain after 15 pretty dreadful years
 

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Early bird sales ended at 15,337.

Just under 1,000 up on last seasons early bird sales.

Good to see considering we don’t know what league we’ll be in, fans keeping faith.
 

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Prices held £335.00 Adults (£20 more in Lorne Street).

I was annoyed but listening to Ale and Vale has settled it a bit, Walsall and Crewe two local sides charging more than we do, was it Bristol Rovers nearly £150 more? We will actually still have on the cheaper seating season tickets in L2.
That's £70 less than mine at Whaddon Road this season, and I doubt ours will reduce if we drop to L2
 

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That's £70 less than mine at Whaddon Road this season, and I doubt ours will reduce if we drop to L2
Yep, the pod went through it to show it was decent pricing...

Mentally Walsall have season tickets just under £500.00 bar one lower tier stand behind the goal! (£430 early bird which has already passed).
 

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County just announced our's, gone up about £30 across the board so not too unhappy.

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Dunno how that compares for this division, but I do remember we were already one of the highest in the whole Football League last season.
 

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County just announced our's, gone up about £30 across the board so not too unhappy.

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Dunno how that compares for this division, but I do remember we were already one of the highest in the whole Football League last season.
Renewals for us was £399 and new STs at £435
 

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338 to stand or 464 to sit.
None of this renewal stuff though, you pay the same whether you're new or old
 

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Renewal for us is £374 before 13th May, then it jumps up to £400 if renewed before June 1st I think. A good scheme we have is we have a ticket exchange, so any ST who can't go for whatever reason can sell their ticket. If it does then sell, the money comes off the ST price for the following season.

Due to the way the ground is at the moment, I can't see any more ST applications going through for a few years yet, especially with continuous ground improvements, and away fans being housed behind the goal.
 

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Renewal for us is £374 before 13th May, then it jumps up to £400 if renewed before June 1st I think. A good scheme we have is we have a ticket exchange, so any ST who can't go for whatever reason can sell their ticket. If it does then sell, the money comes off the ST price for the following season.

Due to the way the ground is at the moment, I can't see any more ST applications going through for a few years yet, especially with continuous ground improvements, and away fans being housed behind the goal.
We've done that for a few years as well. You used to get your full price per game back based on your ST as a credit for the following seasons renewal but then it got tweaked so that it was 70% of it back and could be used as a credit for any league or cup match tickets and the remaining 30% got donated to the Academy.
 

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I imagine ours will be released very shortly, early bird was £345 and I’m expecting a bit of an increase considering demand and a higher level.
 

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Despite a partially self inflicted relegation I think the club/owner need backing after keeping our prices low again, hopefully stay around the 15000 mark.
 

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Is Jake Edwards still the CEO of Uddersfield? Was on our books as a kid, never quite made it from what I remember and went state side for a few years.
 

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Is Jake Edwards still the CEO of Uddersfield? Was on our books as a kid, never quite made it from what I remember and went state side for a few years.
Yes he is! As you can imagine with relegation and some of the decisions made, he has come under a bit of criticism, more so Mark Cartwright (DoF). Big season for them both or they’ll be on the chopping block if promotion isn’t achieved.
 

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Is Jake Edwards still the CEO of Uddersfield? Was on our books as a kid, never quite made it from what I remember and went state side for a few years.
Yeah still here for now, he has been virtually anonymous bar fronting a press conference explaining why Warnock to Darren Moore was the right call which will always go against him.
Edit see above
 

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Ours go on sale 5pm today.

Mine was £345 at early bird and gone up to £399 which is more than I was expecting but still fair at £17 a game, you can get one in Quarry Lane end for £325 too.

Capped at 6,000.
 

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Ours go on sale 5pm today.

Mine was £345 at early bird and gone up to £399 which is more than I was expecting but still fair at £17 a game, you can get one in Quarry Lane end for £325 too.

Capped at 6,000.

That’s the price and the cap i thought it would be. fair enough.
 

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That’s the price and the cap i thought it would be. fair enough.
What's the capacity at the minute...about 8k isn't it? did you have 6k ST holders this season? Sounds as shit as us for getting a ticket if so...
 

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What's the capacity at the minute...about 8k isn't it? did you have 6k ST holders this season? Sounds as shit as us for getting a ticket if so...

We ended up with about 5,400 i believe - the 6,000 will sell out this time though, certainly.

the home ends are 6,900 though we did split the away end in league 2 for some games due to lack of away support which won’t really happen much up here. There are plans to redevelop the side stand but that won’t be this coming season.

Away fans about 1750 or so, were never going to be able to offer what some of these giant grounds hold, but it’s a decent size more than some will offer next season.
 

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Yeah still here for now, he has been virtually anonymous bar fronting a press conference explaining why Warnock to Darren Moore was the right call which will always go against him.
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Jake Edwards, now there's a name.
Played for us in the 04-05 season, came off the bench both games against United in the FA Cup
 

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Is that also the Mark Cartwright who used to play for Wxm as a keeper?

The very same.

His performance against Man City at Maine Road is the single greatest goalkeeping display I've ever seen.

Pity most of the rest of the time he was merely average.
 

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Away fans about 1750 or so, were never going to be able to offer what some of these giant grounds hold, but it’s a decent size more than some will offer next season.


Dunno who you mean mate, but you'll be hearing from our legal team...
 

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The very same.

His performance against Man City at Maine Road is the single greatest goalkeeping display I've ever seen.

Pity most of the rest of the time he was merely average.
Average? He was fucking shite man!!

Not quite the worst i've ever seen, but certainly in my all time top 3 worst keepers.

1: Valero
2: Ken Hughes
3: Mark Cartwright

Since 1991, anyway. I never saw us with that famous 0-0 at Maine Road but he stopped everything that moved that day, so credit where credit is due.
 

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Average? He was fucking shite man!!

Not quite the worst i've ever seen, but certainly in my all time top 3 worst keepers.

1: Valero
2: Ken Hughes
3: Mark Cartwright

Since 1991, anyway. I never saw us with that famous 0-0 at Maine Road but he stopped everything that moved that day, so credit where credit is due.

What about Joslein Mayebi?
 

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