Season Tickets 2018-19 - 3% average increase reported

Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by BlueAnorak, 17 Mar 2018.

  1. Tbf, I would pay £329 to get out of Burnley, but not to go there.
     
  2. mrtwiceaseason

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    Get rid of Bravo bring back Gunn problem sorted !
    Maybe able to reduce tickets if they wanted ,easy isnt it
     
  3. Prestwich_Blue

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    I've looked at other clubs' season ticket prices for 2018/9 and ours.

    At City there are cheaper season tickets pitchside or at the back of SS3 but in general our Adult price range goes from £530 to £940 for standard seats then up to £1,370 for 93:20

    At Old Trafford the range is £532 to £950, so very little different excluding 93:20 seats
    At Anfield it's £685 to £869 so the cheapest tickets are dearer than ours but their best general seats are a bit cheaper than ours and a lot cheaper than 93:20 tickets
    At Chelsea they range from £595 to £940, plus there are some seats equivalent to 93:20 at around the same price.
    Everton's are £420 to £565

    We know about Arsenal and Spurs, which are way higher than ours mostly. So we're pretty comparable to our fellow top six North West clubs United and Liverpool and you can pay more at ours. An very similar to Chelsea. So it's a myth that we're paying Aldi prices for Waitrose quality.
     
  4. crazyg

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    Just read the renewal email. Mine's gone up a "massive" £10 to £400! (Geriatric rate in EL304) That's an extra £1 per month on the DD scheme. I'll have to make savings somewhere to compensate for the price increase, and I dumped platinum a couple of years ago, so it's au revoir/auf wiedersehen/ adios/ ciaou/see you Jimmy/etc to the Champions League next year. I've got BT Sport so I'll boo from my armchair. We've no chance of winning it even with Pep in charge as it's totally bent so I'll save a few hundred pounds or more over the season.
    Getting too old for this shit every year.
     
  5. JimmyGrimble10

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    Does anyone know what the “value seasoncards” are? They go on sale tomorrow and But have no clue what they are?
     
  6. waspish

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    Mine went up £11 I’ll be renewing like I did when we were shit and I was paying more then
     
  7. blueparrot

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    Single seats they were £299 not sure this time but you buy one and take pot luck where you get your seat allocated, but from posts on here it seems a few got theirs in seats that are normally £700 plus this season.
     
  8. Millwallawayveteran1988

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    Wander how many would renew if we became shit again? Easy when you have seen little else. Not so easy when you have tasted success.

    Hopefully we won’t!
     
  9. Ban-jani

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    They’re still addressing the youth issue though, which City aren’t in the same way.
     
  10. blueparrot

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    The difference is though we don't have room to properly address the youth issue because as well as cheaper tickets youngers fans want to sit together. If we extend and keep some of the new seats for new younger fans to sit together and not relocate older fans to the new seats then we will be in position do something about it..
     

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