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Went on Sale last week...Shifted just over 2k
 

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Renewed last week. Only paid £33 after the club held money over from last season’s.

Can’t complain with that.

Had sold over 5,000 as of Saturday.
 

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We've had 2500 renew the last I heard, ours are £359 for adults
 

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Went on sale at 10 this morning, sold about 2k so far.
 

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Over 6,000 sold now in the first week.

Despite the disappointing end to the season there is definitely a feel good factor around the club now that we've not felt for years.

It's so refreshing to have an owner we can all get behind.
 

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3000 renewed out of the 8000 from last season
Not on open sale yet because the is a 10% reduction to renewals
Think we will shift 10k plus
 

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We've frozen our ticket prices ahain for renewals. Not sure if they will go up when they're made available for new ticket holders.



Colin Farmer Stand
Autovillage StandTerraces (Paddock/Tunnel/Speedy Skips Stand)
RenewalRenewalRenewal
Adult£370£335£255
Senior£260£230£187
Student (23+)£260£230£187
16-22£100£100£75
U16£50£50£50
 

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3,600 for us as of yesterday.

We were around the 4,100 mark in renewals before Covid struck last year so they're going quite well at the minute. I'd be surprised if we sold-out 6,300 again because I'm sure they'll be some whose circumstances have changed.

Only the one renewal period this year, which ends 28th May.
 

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Some awaiting the outcome of the play-offs too probably.

We announced over 7,000 yesterday.
 

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Down in Kent we’re still waiting to hear what’s happening with last seasons season tickets
 

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We won’t put ours on sale until next government announcement on 14th June.
 

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Had sold 8,274 at the time of the early bird offer ending at 10am today.

Just hope we can all get in, can not be arsed with anymore ballots.
 

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We're now over 11,000 "flexi" tickets. Probably the same as most clubs - these get you in the ballot if reduced capacity and also reserve a season ticket if full capacity.
 

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Any other club (not involved in playoffs which is understandable), still waiting on news for next season?
 

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Yeah - Cambridge. Have decided to delay announcing ST details so that the picture on stadium capacity is clearer and so fans are more informed about what they're buying. Seems honourable but not too commercially savvy - surely we'd have sold a few extras if we'd taken folk's cash straight after promotion?
 

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Any other club (not involved in playoffs which is understandable), still waiting on news for next season?
We haven’t released any details yet, just waiting on the Government to say crack on so we don’t get into a scenario of having to give refunds etc.
 

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I think it's inevitable we are heading for a delay to opening up on 21/6. Too many people coming out with the delay for this and for that bollocks but let's hope it's confirmed football will be back to full capacity by August.
 

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We've decided we don't want any new fans next season:

Colin Farmer StandAutovillage StandTerraces (Paddock/Tunnel/Speedy Skips Stand)
NewNewNew
Adult£481£425£333
Senior£333£296£240
Student (23+)£333£296£240
16-22£125£125£100
U16£75£75£75

For where I sit in the Colin Farmer it's an extra £111 for new season ticket holders.

Matchday prices are even worse, rising from £21 to £28 (on the day)!!!! Methinks the club are banking on a couple of massive crowds from Sunderland and Sheffield Weds, and thinking bollocks to the rest of us.
 

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We've decided we don't want any new fans next season:

Colin Farmer StandAutovillage StandTerraces (Paddock/Tunnel/Speedy Skips Stand)
NewNewNew
Adult£481£425£333
Senior£333£296£240
Student (23+)£333£296£240
16-22£125£125£100
U16£75£75£75

For where I sit in the Colin Farmer it's an extra £111 for new season ticket holders.

Matchday prices are even worse, rising from £21 to £28 (on the day)!!!! Methinks the club are banking on a couple of massive crowds from Sunderland and Sheffield Weds, and thinking bollocks to the rest of us.
That’s really expensive! We’ve advertised ours as £12.57 per game (cheapest seats presumably). Surprised they’ve done such a price hike after Covid unless they think you will sell out every week anyway??
 

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We've decided we don't want any new fans next season:

Colin Farmer StandAutovillage StandTerraces (Paddock/Tunnel/Speedy Skips Stand)
NewNewNew
Adult£481£425£333
Senior£333£296£240
Student (23+)£333£296£240
16-22£125£125£100
U16£75£75£75

For where I sit in the Colin Farmer it's an extra £111 for new season ticket holders.

Matchday prices are even worse, rising from £21 to £28 (on the day)!!!! Methinks the club are banking on a couple of massive crowds from Sunderland and Sheffield Weds, and thinking bollocks to the rest of us.
Twenty eight quid for football on the day?

That’s outrageous
 

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We've decided we don't want any new fans next season:

Colin Farmer StandAutovillage StandTerraces (Paddock/Tunnel/Speedy Skips Stand)
NewNewNew
Adult£481£425£333
Senior£333£296£240
Student (23+)£333£296£240
16-22£125£125£100
U16£75£75£75

For where I sit in the Colin Farmer it's an extra £111 for new season ticket holders.

Matchday prices are even worse, rising from £21 to £28 (on the day)!!!! Methinks the club are banking on a couple of massive crowds from Sunderland and Sheffield Weds, and thinking bollocks to the rest of us.
Wow, that’s a kick in the gnads
 

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Twenty eight quid for football on the day?

That’s outrageous
It's horrific.

We've struggled for crowds for years and everytime I speak to someone they say "it's too expensive", which a lot of the time is just talk, but is clearly a sticking factor.

As I said, they're clearly banking on away fans being allowed in full capacity stadia next season, and that a lot of people will jump on last season's promotion bandwagon. They've massively missed their mark though in my view.

Fortunately for me, I got my season ticket at last season's prices. I'm intrigued to see what they do next season if we're relegated.
 

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Given the current climate and the fact a fair few people may lose their jobs when the furlough scheme ends they might be disappointed by away followings
 

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