£56 for home games

Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by mcfcliam, 25 Jul 2012.

  1. I praise those who can pay this every 2 weeks, (or more or less). I'm one of those who can't afford this as with my lad and daughter in tow, it would be best part of £100 just to get in, let alone anything before/during/after.
    As my old CDT teacher used to say, 'you don't get owt for nowt'.
     
  2. EL APACHE TEVEZ

    EL APACHE TEVEZ

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    I've struggled like fuck to renew mine and the lads seasoncards pige,God help us if we win the champs league : )
     
  3. CheethamHillBlue

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    It's already been harder for some on here who have maybe had a trip or two to Wembley plus an odd trip to the Allianz like my lad in the last 2 seasons.
    Lucky git - I couldn't afford to go.
    Still, now the Soton game is sold out, some day trippers are +£56. :-)
     
  4. LoveCity

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    QPR info says:

    What were they "priced from" for Southampton?
     
  5. Marvin

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    When I looked cheapest v Soton were £43
     
  6. adrian99

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    This in the point I was making way back earlier in the thread, fans will attend less matches or simply stop going, not because they don't want to but because they can't afford to. I honestly thought the plan/project would see prices go down and a new 90-100k stadium built, with the best team, trophy's and 90-100k each week we would be the biggest show in Europe, charging 50 odd quid v Southampton because you can is a bad strategy imo. Sure it's sold out, but the plan should be to build the match going fan base and to build a big stadium now, there is simply no need for these prices when the majority of revenues come from sponsorship, shirt sales and tv rights.

    The notion that these prices are justified by the team or anything else is modern fan thinking, I won't pay over £100 for 2 adults and a kid, it's 90 mins of football and it's a joke, footballs lost it's mind and so have some supporters.
     
  7. good post
     
  8. Marvin

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    For all we know there maybe plans to expand the ground but why it has to be a state secret I don't know
     
  9. T_Bone

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    So its £56 to watch the 1st game of the season? Why do people think that £56 will be the norm? As I understand it, it is the first gamne of the season and will be charged premium because of that fact. It doesn't mean that every game will be => £56. Chill the fuck out.
     
  10. fathellensbellend

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    being a critic of the southampton prices, credit where it's due the qpr ones are fantastic.
     

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