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  • #173020
    horchorc
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    This is quite an interesting article that proves fans are being ripped off.
    The amount of money gained by PL clubs from Sky has probably risen since this article was written.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/44850888

    #173022
    laticssince78laticssince78
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    I’m going with my young daughter, rip off yes but can’t miss it that’s if they haven’t been wound up before and moving out for the super warriors play off top half champs.

    #173023
    simmpoolsimmpool
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    Defo up to you 78 but IMO it should be a total BOYCOTT.but the people who do pay that should never ever moan about ticket prices weather it b home r away

    #173026
    SH77Stewart Hart
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    I’m going with my young daughter, rip off yes but can’t miss it that’s if they haven’t been wound up before and moving out for the super warriors play off top half champs.

    Attend this game and it gives the green light for £35 (minimum) pricing for all future fixtures. If other clubs take note it will become the norm.

    Each to their own. I just can’t get my head around Latics fans snapping up tickets from a club who make no bones about trying to rip you off.

    #173027
    bigroybigroy
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    What about a demonstration outside the ground? Rather than moan on here why dont we actually make a stance?

    #173028
    muttywhitedogmuttywhitedog
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    £35 is disgusting, but be thankful its your local game, with minimal travelling cost involved.

    Go to the game and support your team, but buy nothing from the ground. It will cost you £35 plus whatever it costs on the bus – a fiver tops? That’s still cheaper than a £25 ticket at WBA and £20 to get there and back on a coach.

    #173029
    blueneonBlueneon
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    Just like you and your parasite klumps friends did at the dw.when you had your greivence with Dave Whelan.

    #173030
    donnys pageDonnys Page
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    It’s only a fiver more than last Sunday. It’s both Scummy Bolton and Latics policy to make it expensive on the day and giveaway for Season Card holders.
    That’s the way it is. If you have got the money and can afford it then do what you want. That applies to both home and away games.
    Nob End wasn’t a bad deal but Noblot is theft.
    Reading and Bristol City are bargains. WBA and Leeds were expensive.

    #173031
    electicblueelecticblue
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    i said a few years back i won’t pay more than £30 for a game. Got round more expensive
    games by buying a concession ticket and taking my chances, never got knocked back.
    And oddly the £35 for bolton ont 1st nov is £1 cheaper than it was in our first year int prem.

    #173044
    The EggThe Egg
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    £35 to watch a game in the 2nd tier isn’t bad at all. There were some seats at Twickenham yesterday that cost £161

    #173045
    horchorc
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    £35 to watch a game in the 2nd tier isn’t bad at all. There were some seats at Twickenham yesterday that cost £161

    We played Middlesboro yesterday!!!

    #173046
    simmpoolsimmpool
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    Egg would you pay £35 to watch wigan v saints don’t matter which ground but would you and please be honest with your answer

    #173047
    filmossfilmoss
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    I reckon the pricing should be as follows. Three tier pricing based on league position at time of tickets going on sale. Top 6 club £30. Bottom 6 club £20 and the other 12 all £25. You then take the 2 clubs playing each other and base the price on the average of the 2. eg Top 6 side ( £30) playing bottom 6 side ( £20 ) = ticket price of £25. Two bottom 6 clubs playing obviously would charge £20 etc etc! Just an idea!

    #173049
    The EggThe Egg
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    Egg would you pay £35 to watch wigan v saints don’t matter which ground but would you and please be honest with your answer

    No I probably wouldn’t unless it was a final in which case I have paid it before but as you all love to tell me and anyone else that will listen, rugby league is a nothing sport that nobody cares about.

    We are talking about the 2nd tier of the biggest sport in the country.

    #173050
    The EggThe Egg
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    £35 to watch a game in the 2nd tier isn’t bad at all. There were some seats at Twickenham yesterday that cost £161

    We played Middlesboro yesterday!!![/quote]

    I thought I didn’t recognise anyone.

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