What's a fair ticket price

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  1. Gorton_Tubster

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    Tonight's game I am going... I would have paid £80 at most. Finals probs £100

    Cardiff - £20

    Utd - £80

    Arsenal/top six - £40

    Not sure if it would work out cheaper or what but I loathe paying top price for everything. Maybe something based on opposition league place.

    /bored on the way to game
     
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    Seeing as I have to fly over for games, my tickets shouldn't be more than a fiver imo.
     
  3. Exactly!!..... Where is the effing air miles option? :(
     
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    Personally I think for a game like tonight £40 is about fair.

    Away tickets being capped at £30 no matter the opponent is very decent.

    However, £45+ for us at home against Cardiff, Burnley etc is a huge piss take which will our loads of casual support off. But my season ticket is around £35 per game so the balance is tricky.
     
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    How does the level of ability of an opposition team affect my finances?
     
  6. Man_City_Loyal

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    Due to Cardiff not selling their end out, we sold tickets above them for £15 - £20 a pop.

    Both home & away sides should pay only £30
     
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    Only this.
     
  8. Psychedelic Casual

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    No football match ticket should be more than £30. There’s absolutely no justification for it to be any more, at all!

    Seasoncards should be no more than £500 (that’s £26.31 per game). There’s absolutely no justification for them to be any more, at all!

    That’s at every club, not just City.

    Corporates can be charged whatever a club sees fit. £150...£500...£7000... anything.
     
  9. yeseye

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    My SSL3 Season Ticket works out at £16 per match.
    I think i was paying similar at Maine Rd
    20 years ago!
     
  10. Stretch

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    40 quid for your top 6 teams then..20 quid the rest. All kids at 10/5. Cup games a 10er and kids a quid. CL games 20/5 for group stages and 30/10 knockout stages. If we did something like this price structuring and didn't sell so many season tickets, they'd be lot less empty seats and much better atmosphere. Oh, and fuck this ridiculous booking fee off !
     

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