What are ticket prices like at your club?

#1
Have to admit im getting more annoyed by the year at rip-off ticket prices, even though there's more money than ever sloshing around in the Premiership.

Just forked out £45 per ticket which might not be as bad as London but still extortionate for a freaking football match.

What's it like at your club?

The whole thing is reaching a tipping point I reckon.
 
#2
Went to see the Mighty Mansfield at Brentford on Sat, and the price was an eye watering (for League 2) £19.
 
#5
I think £45 is awesome value to watch Shrek break his little pinkies :D :D

Anyway, the continental window fitters have a lot of monthly interest payments to make nowadays don’t ya know :p
 
#7
Seriously though

You can get tickets for Armenia Bielefeld (German Bundesliga) for 10 Euro’s including all public transport to and from the ground

Great value for money and fantastic atmosphere, unlike some games in the supposedly “best league in the world”
 
#8
Bottleosmoke said:
£20 down The Valley these days.

Missing the premiership? My arrse!
Cheers for the point on Saturday :D was it a good game.
 
#9
the_guru said:
Went to see the Mighty Mansfield at Brentford on Sat, and the price was an eye watering (for League 2) £19.
And theres me thinking that the Stags paid people to attend!!

Ah...just realised it was away, apologies :)
 
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#10
The_IRON said:
Bottleosmoke said:
£20 down The Valley these days.

Missing the premiership? My arrse!
Cheers for the point on Saturday :D was it a good game.
You were good value for money mate. You were unlucky with the offside decision but we should have finished you off.

Good supporters too, very loud. Hope you do well, I have friends in Brigg and have been to Glandford Park a few times when at a loose end.

Good luck!
 
#12
Bout 26 quid to visit fortress riverside, not counting the 500 mile round trip and accomodation of course.......
 
#13
33 quid for Everton against Wigan in the main stand on Saturday. Not a particuarly great view either, posts everywhere and a nightmare to get out of at the end of the game. Can see now after sitting in the main stand for the first time in years instead of my usual Gwladys street seat why Everton need a new stadium.
 
#14
Mate i think you need to do what i did and bin the season ticket ! Instead trade it in to follow Salford rugby league! they are shite but we need the crowds ha
 
#15
£28 it cost me on Saturday to see the ONLY team in Bristol, v QPR though a brillant game certainally no way worth that costing, City wonder why they have trouble filling the ground - dont take the brains of an archbishop
 
#16
chimp503 said:
£28 it cost me on Saturday to see the ONLY team in Bristol, v QPR though a brillant game certainally no way worth that costing, City wonder why they have trouble filling the ground - dont take the brains of an archbishop
Its disgusting really especially when you want to take your kids. Scunthorpe had quite a few £1 ENTRY for kids days last season and on a couple of times I took my lads there was staff walking round giving free tickets out to young kids at the turnstiles (I made sure I grabbed the money bach off my lads once we got in :wink: ). At £15 an adult and a tenner for the kids it was extremely good value, but havent been to a game yet this season so dont know how much it will be increased to now we are in the Championship.
 
#17
Tickets for Bristol City went up 30% when they got promoted, go figure :evil:
 
#20
hurrahfortheRE said:
sickboy said:
I paid £516 for my season ticket to watch the mighty Everton.. worth every penny..

COYB
"GREAT" WIN TONIGHT!!!
You are obviously talking about Bristol City's win at Brentford in the mickey mouse cup lol
 

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