Admission Prices 2019/2020.

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Despite relegation, Maidstone remains £15 to stand and £3 extra for the few available seats.

Particularly interested how that compares to other north/south league teams.

Newly promoted Kings Lynn have announced £15 standing, £17 for seats.
 

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Horrifying to pay £18 for a seat in the Conference South. Oh lordy.

We can hardly talk though. Reasonable season tickets but at the Shay this season it will remain £20 adults, £17 concessions.
 

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The quality of football doesn't justify much more than a tenner at this level.

Outrageous that we charge 20 and 18 on the day prices. If you go to more than 8 or so home games ( i did 14) then you might as well buy a season ticket for 250 bar.
 

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Despite relegation, Maidstone remains £15 to stand and £3 extra for the few available seats.

Particularly interested how that compares to other north/south league teams.

Newly promoted Kings Lynn have announced £15 standing, £17 for seats.
Only Woking, St Albans and Chelmsford charged £15 in the South this season (Chelmsford was £13 online in advance with no booking fee) and I don't think any of them charged extra for a seat. Dartford and one other (possibly Truro) charged £14 and everyone else was split roughly 50/50 between £13 and £12.

Dulwich are charging £12 again next season with an early bird season ticket for £151. (I think the full price will be £189.)

I got a 5 year season ticket for £549 last year, when there were also 10 year tickets available for £999.
 

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Angels have announced their prices for next season:

Adult (18 & over) £ 13.00
Senior (65 & over) £ 9.00
Youth (13 to 17) £ 5.00
Junior (under 13) £ 4.00 unaccompanied - Free if with an adult

Season tickets
Adult (18 & over) £230.00
Senior (65 & over) £150.00
Youth (13 to 17) £ 90.00
Junior (under 13) £ 50.00

Early Bird season ticket offer – Adult £180, Senior £120, Youth £70, Junior £40.
 

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Hays Travel Stand & BKoncepts Stand (inc away end)

Over 80 - £8
Over 65 - £15
Adult - £20
Under 21 - £15
Under 18 - £8
Family under 18 - £3
Family under 11 - £1

University End

Over 80 - £7
Over 65 - £13
Adult - £16
Under 21 - £13
Under 18 - £7
Family under 18 - £3
Family under 11 - £1

£1 saving on all but family tickets if you book more than 2 hours in advance.
 

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Hays Travel Stand & BKoncepts Stand (inc away end)

Over 80 - £8
Over 65 - £15
Adult - £20
Under 21 - £15
Under 18 - £8
Family under 18 - £3
Family under 11 - £1

University End

Over 80 - £7
Over 65 - £13
Adult - £16
Under 21 - £13
Under 18 - £7
Family under 18 - £3
Family under 11 - £1

£1 saving on all but family tickets if you book more than 2 hours in advance.
Over 80 is a novel idea, do many other clubs do that ?
 

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Over 80 is a novel idea, do many other clubs do that ?
Dulwich have one regular supporter due to turn 100 n December. I've got a feeling he was awarded a life season ticket a few years back but I'm not certain. He's been following the club since 1931 and got to away games as far afield as Gloucester and Eastbourne amongst others.
 

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Horrifying to pay £18 for a seat in the Conference South. Oh lordy.

We can hardly talk though. Reasonable season tickets but at the Shay this season it will remain £20 adults, £17 concessions.
Supply and demand. Not enough seats at Maidstone, with most reserved by season ticket holders. Glad we're not the only ones charging £15 to stand. Inevitable when you have full time players in the NLS.
 

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Does everyone else offer discounts for the military?
Dulwich do. I think we probably set the record for variety of concessions:

  • Concessions:

• Students with valid ID
• Aged 61 and over
• NHS Workers
• Unemployed
• PIP Recipients
• Local Authority Workers
• Emergency Services
• Armed Forces
Teenagers:
• 13 to 19 year olds
 

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Dulwich do. I think we probably set the record for variety of concessions:

  • Concessions:

• Students with valid ID
• Aged 61 and over
• NHS Workers
• Unemployed
• PIP Recipients
• Local Authority Workers
• Emergency Services
• Armed Forces
Teenagers:
• 13 to 19 year olds
That's excellent.
 

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Dulwich do. I think we probably set the record for variety of concessions:

  • Concessions:

• Students with valid ID
• Aged 61 and over
• NHS Workers
• Unemployed
• PIP Recipients
• Local Authority Workers
• Emergency Services
• Armed Forces
Teenagers:
• 13 to 19 year olds
Nicely subsidised by the antifa and hipster fans?
 

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Nicely subsidised by the antifa and hipster fans?
Local authority workers? Many of who will have wages and pensions well in excess of the private sector. I'm curious why that is.
As will some NHS workers.
Personally I'd scrap all concessions for those in full-time employment. Most if not all those covered will be on at least the London Living Wage, whereas private sector workers in retail, security, delivery drivers, cleaners etc will often not be, and our society needs people willing to do all those roles. This gets mentioned on our messageboard every so often but those at committee/boardroom level seem adamant that the policy remains in place.

Targeted promotions for specific matches are fine but I'd like to think those who can afford to pay will do so and will not be paying a fiver every time. (Of course these discounts are also open to away supporters on showing the relevant ID. )
 
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Incredibly high prices for this level of football.... do your club not realise you were relegated from the football league?
We finished 15th in the Conference and they still put the prices up. They don't care and our crowds will reflect the contempt in which the fans hold the current board. Think we averaged about 4800 last season, will be 3k this time around I reckon.
 

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We finished 15th in the Conference and they still put the prices up. They don't care and our crowds will reflect the contempt in which the fans hold the current board. Think we averaged about 4800 last season, will be 3k this time around I reckon.
Not a chance.
 

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We sold around 3200 ST last season. Rumours are we've done about 500 so far for next season. If we get to 2k i'll be shocked. None of the lads I know who had them last season are renewing. It's real kick in the bollocks when after the 3 seasons we had before landing here, the ones who stuck by the team at our lowest ebb last season and bought a ST have been treat as they have by the club and endured £50+ price hikes as a reward for their loyalty. They can ram it.
 

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We sold around 3200 ST last season. Rumours are we've done about 500 so far for next season. If we get to 2k i'll be shocked. None of the lads I know who had them last season are renewing. It's real kick in the bollocks when after the 3 seasons we had before landing here, the ones who stuck by the team at our lowest ebb last season and bought a ST have been treat as they have by the club and endured £50+ price hikes as a reward for their loyalty. They can ram it.
It's a pisstake but I really can't see your attendances dropping so dramatically. Especially when you'll win more games next season.
 

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I thought our prices were bad but York's match day prices are ridiculous https://www.yorkcityfootballclub.co.uk/tickets/tickets

21 quid for regional football :bl::bl:
On top of the generally high prices, that's an absurdly complex pricing structure with different pricing for each side at two different grounds. The dedicated family stands work out more expensive than the cheapest stands, and the cheapest concession price is more expensive for away fans. If I was over 65 I'd be going in the home stand and cheering my team on principle.
 

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