United Freeze And Reduce Ticket Prices

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  1. jrb

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    There's no reason why we can't do similar. Booking fees will also be removed.

    With all the money sloshing around in football atm and in the future, clubs including City
    should start passing on further savings on season tickets and matchday tickets, etc, to the fans.

    Part article from Business Desk North West

    Manchester United has confirmed season and match ticket prices for the 2017-18 campaign, which will see prices frozen for the sixth consecutive year, along with additional reductions for young season ticket holders.

    The Old Trafford football club has reduced the cost of season tickets by a minimum of 50% for Under 16s in East Stand Tier 2, Sir Alex Ferguson Stand Tier 2 and Quadrants Tier 2.

    This is in addition to the dedicated Family Stand and Sir Alex Ferguson Stand Tier 3 which will remain at just £10 per game.

    There will also be a 25% reduction applied to EFL home match tickets next season, in addition to the 25% discount already applied to UEFA Europa League games (if applicable), providing further savings.

    The seventh price freeze in eight years will see season ticket prices start from £532 for adults, with a variety of concessionary tickets available.

    Along with the price freeze and reductions on ticket prices, supporters will benefit from the removal of booking fees on all products from next season.
     
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  2. dadnlad

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    about time lets hope city follow
    everton also reducing prices
     
  3. Shirley

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    If they have been frozen for the last 5 seasons then it shows how expensive they must have been. Seems also they want to keep the junior supporters, their future.

    I thought they had already named the family stand after.....you know who!
     
  4. r.soleofsalford

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    All football clubs should do this. The high price of football is in the process of killing the golden goose. Every game you look at there are masses of empty, those that are occupied are mostly older fans. I`d say the vast majority being mid 50`s and up wards.

    Where are all the kids to replace us old buffers
     
  5. r.soleofsalford

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    who bryan griggs
     
  6. quiet_riot

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    Credit where it's due
     
  7. r.soleofsalford

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    Its someone who`s seen the future both at United and in football. Regardless, as long as it benefits the true match going fans they`ve done a good job[​IMG]
     
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  8. ell

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    They should be reduced never mind frozen
     
  9. r.soleofsalford

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    Amen
     
  10. Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

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    I think there are only five seats in the entire ground that can see all the corner flags without shoving yer 'ead up yer arse!

    MANUre freezing ticket prices - but a cup of Bovril will now cost fifty guineas and a knighthood.
     

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