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Ours have just gone past 3500 which I thought was poor.
However, of 6 season ticket holders that were in the pub yesterday, only 3 had actually renewed.
The other 3 are leaving it for a couple of weeks.
No idea why because the first payment is in July so it doesn't cost owt to renew early.
 

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Our ticket prices have been released. They have gone up.

On the day purchase for home/away fans (which is what you'll care about) is now £20 to sit or £18 to stand.

Season tickets will be £347 seating and £306 standing. There are early bird prices from 1 June to 1 July.

The usual concessions 60+ or student £15 sitting or £13 to stand but under 14s are free, 14-16 year olds £7. 16-18 year olds £8 all on the day sitting or standing.

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Ours passed the 4000 mark today, still all June to reclaim seats on early bird prices.
 

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As it stands there are zero season tickets available until the renewal period ends on the 3rd.
 

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We've sold 6,000. A few unrenewed seats will be available from the 10th of June but I'm pretty sure we'll hit the season ticket cap as we still want walk up availability.
 

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We've sold 6,000. A few unrenewed seats will be available from the 10th of June but I'm pretty sure we'll hit the season ticket cap as we still want walk up availability.
Pretty sure the rules are that you've got to leave a percentage spare for walk up sales as well, which is why we also capped (6,300) in the seasons before Covid.
 

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I'm renewed my season ticket yesterday. Same seat that I hardly ever sit in...I tend to stand behind the goal.

You can renew your seat until 30 June then its open sale. Club have said they are hoping to nearly double last seasons sales. That would be great but I'd be surprised if they made it. That would be near on our average home attendance from last season.

The figures look silly compared to the clubs in this division (Stockpot's 6000 is bigger than our ground capacity) but we are who we are.

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2,700 renewals (85% renewal rate) - now going on general sale; hoping for 3,500 versus 3,100 last season.
 

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All 6,000 sold now.
 

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Crawley have already sold more season tickets than the total last season. 48% are new ticket holders.

The total still looks poor compared to others in this division but it's great for us.

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7000 odd sold for us atm. Far from great but given how bad last season was for us, I'm surprised there's no drop off.
 

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We’ve just surpassed the 3,000 mark and the early bird ends today. Similar numbers to last season, so not too bad at all.
 

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Now sold out.

That's already more than our overall average for the last season County were up in the second tier
I know we have future plans but we really should have done something with the Railway End to make it a better stand for walk ups. We're really cutting off own legs with that. Walk ups next season do not have a lot of quality choice of places to get tickets throughout the whole ground.
 

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I know we have future plans but we really should have done something with the Railway End to make it a better stand for walk ups. We're really cutting off own legs with that. Walk ups next season do not have a lot of quality choice of places to get tickets throughout the whole ground.
The decision to delay from the initial plans was a bit silly.

If they had stuck to the initial timeframe we would have been building it this summer. That said I think the revised plans are better - not sure why they thought going for corners filled was a good idea given the costs vs building a 5k seater stand alone.
 

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The decision to delay from the initial plans was a bit silly.

If they had stuck to the initial timeframe we would have been building it this summer. That said I think the revised plans are better - not sure why they thought going for corners filled was a good idea given the costs vs building a 5k seater stand alone.
I agree, cutting off your legs doesn't help walking up.
 

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We are releasing some extra seats now so will end up around 6,400 when all is said and done.
 
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Ours are now on general sale and the number purchased has passed the 6500 mark.
This is only about 700 lower than last season in the Championship.
If Taylor or Richardson had still been here, we would have been closer to 4000.
 

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Ours are now on general sale and the number purchased has passed the 6500 mark.
This is only about 700 lower than last season in the Championship.
If Taylor or Richardson had still been here, we would have been closer to 4000.
Genuinely depressing if people are spending their hard earned money on Steve Evans
 

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Genuinely depressing if people are spending their hard earned money on Steve Evans

I understand the reasons that a large portion of football fans dislike Evans.

However, he is a very good football manager and I'd take him over Matt Taylor every time, bearing in mind we have experienced them both.
 

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I understand the reasons that a large portion of football fans dislike Evans.

However, he is a very good football manager and I'd take him over Matt Taylor every time, bearing in mind we have experienced them both.
Has he actually managed you in a game yet?
 

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Bolton have announced matchday prices for next season. No change, but still too dear. Wrexham is Cat A and tickets are between £30 and £34. dependent on which stand you are in. 15,777 season tickets sold as of today according to the club.

With this being live on sky and on a Sunday it should be £25 tops. they are making enough money from the TV deal
 

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Bolton have announced matchday prices for next season. No change, but still too dear. Wrexham is Cat A and tickets are between £30 and £34. dependent on which stand you are in. 15,777 season tickets sold as of today according to the club.

With this being live on sky and on a Sunday it should be £25 tops. they are making enough money from the TV deal
Just because our clulb has the hollywood element, doesn't mean the fans have to pay that price. Now I have to fork out £74 for 3 people, which quite frankly is an absolute piss take.
 

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Bolton have announced matchday prices for next season. No change, but still too dear. Wrexham is Cat A and tickets are between £30 and £34. dependent on which stand you are in. 15,777 season tickets sold as of today according to the club.

With this being live on sky and on a Sunday it should be £25 tops. they are making enough money from the TV deal
They really should look at categories. Unfair on fans of other clubs
 

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The difference between Category A and Category C (bottom category) is only £4, which is nothing really.

Fact is, it’s been picked as a Category A game as there’ll be higher policing costs.

Nobody is forcing Wrexham fans to pay it at the end of the day. If they don’t want to pay it, watch it on tele.
 

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The difference between Category A and Category C (bottom category) is only £4, which is nothing really.

Fact is, it’s been picked as a Category A game as there’ll be higher policing costs.

Nobody is forcing Wrexham fans to pay it at the end of the day. If they don’t want to pay it, watch it on tele.
I get that last point. I think a fair few of us have never even seen us play Bolton, let alone at the Reebok toughshit stadium! its absolutely dog shit that the prices incorporate the wrexham tax, similar to what Accrington Stanley did with us last season.

Also, with it being our first league away game of the season in the league, and you're an hour away, can't see it deterring people paying that amount. Bolton are quids in there.
 

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The difference between Category A and Category C (bottom category) is only £4, which is nothing really.

Fact is, it’s been picked as a Category A game as there’ll be higher policing costs.

Nobody is forcing Wrexham fans to pay it at the end of the day. If they don’t want to pay it, watch it on tele.
Wow, great attitude. Let's just put everything on telly and close all the stadiums then
 

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