Season Tickets 19/20

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Seen a few have started releasing ST prices so wondered how we all compared.

Our club have caused a shit storm putting up ST prices by £50+ for adults and match day prices by £2/£3 which has gone down like a lead balloon.

https://www.chesterfield-fc.co.uk/news/2019/april/20190402-season-ticket-details-announced/



Cheapest adult ST is £305 for renewers or £325 for newbies. We had around 3200 ST holders apparently. We'll lose 1,000 of those I think after the season we've had, and the kick in the teeth from the club to raise the prices.
 

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Our cheapest adult will be £248 again as we wouldn't dare increase the prices.
 

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Wow £462 is shocking.

Ours is £360 - But £315 if you buy now, regardless of which league we're in.
 

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https://www.suttonunited.net/early-bird ... announced/

“Sutton United FC is delighted to announce its “Early Bird” season ticket prices for the 2019/20 season.
Existing season ticket holders will once again be able to take advantage of tremendous-value prices if they purchase before the end of the current season. Adults will pay just £149 and concessions (over 60s and full time students over the age of 18) just £129. Fans buying season tickets for the first time will pay just a £20 supplement on these prices. We are looking to encourage more young fans to support the team too with all 10 year olds and under receiving FREE admission to matches; the price for a season ticket for all 11-18 year olds will be just £30.
 

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Our club has taken an absolute panning on social media and the forums. I can see a backtrack here.

Putting the prices up £50-£90 for adults all around the ground is comical. Then to put the pay on the day prices up £2-3 as well is a proper swipe at the fans.
 

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They're crazily expensive at Chesterfield.

I bought mine for next season in February at £349 for what now looks like L1 football. The last NL season we had I paid £279, I think.
 

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I'm waiting for someone to try to explain our 'Season Ticket' prices... :pond:

I pay £32 a month on an ongoing basis. This gets me a seat in the 'premium' West Stand plus other discounts on unicorn print scarves or something.

I wouldn't expect this price to change next year. I have lost track of the array of tickets and memberships we offer but I suspect we are generally way too expensive.
 

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Ours have reduced to £287 seating and £238 standing, but with relegation and two less home games next season you would expect that
 

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Maidenhead early bird is £165, which is £15 up on last year's early bird. There's a ludicrously overpriced premium £295 ST that gets you a slightly more central seat in the main stand plus a programme each game - don't think more than about a couple of dozen bother with that.
 

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Maidenhead early bird is £165, which is £15 up on last year's early bird. There's a ludicrously overpriced premium £295 ST that gets you a slightly more central seat in the main stand plus a programme each game - don't think more than about a couple of dozen bother with that.
To be fair, if you buy a programme every game thats £69 saved, so half of the upgrade is covered. I've seen far worse deals
 

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Given the financial situation I believed us to be in, we're offering the same £125 ST deals for adults as last year (looks to be irrespective of what division we're in). Some of us don't know how good we have it compared to others.
 

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Bromley's

http://www.bromleyfc.tv/site/201920-early-bird-season-ticket-offer/

Early Bird Season Ticket Prices 2019/20*
  • Adults: £200 – That’s just £8.70 per game!
  • Concessions (Over 65’s & Students over 21): £135 – That’s just £5.87 per game!
  • Under 16’s & Students aged 16-21 yrs: £65 – That’s just £2.83 per game!
*The ‘Early Bird’ prices are available up until 5pm on 7th June.

Season Ticket Prices 2019/20 (when purchased after 7th June)
  • Adults: £245
  • Concessions (Over 65’s & Students over 21): £160
  • Under 16’s & Students aged 16-21 yrs: £80
The Benefits
On top of getting entrance to all league fixtures supporters can enjoy a number of benefits from their season ticket. They include:
  • Any adult purchasing a season ticket will be entitled to two free child season tickets for their sons or daughters aged under 16 years.
  • Free entrance to any home friendlies before or during the season.
  • Electronic season tickets will be issued for the 2019/20 season and will offer various exclusive food & beverage discounts and special offers throughout the season
  • As well as saving money, season ticket holders will also receive first refusal on any all-ticket games that take place throughout the season both at home and away from Hayes Lane.
  • 10% discount in the Club Shop.
  • 10% discount on our Executive Club packages for home games throughout the season as well as 10% of function room hire of The Venue or Ravens Bar
 

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ours have been announced
season ticket prices the same.
Pay on the gate up £1 - they didn't make much of that


Pay on the gate

Adult £18
Over 60 £15
Under 18 £9
Under 11s Remain free with an accompanied paying adult.

Season ticket prices (Early Bird)

Adult £315
Over 60 £255

Season ticket prices (after 30th June)

Adult £340
Over 60 £280
Under 18s £50
 

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Our cheapest adult ST is 220/250 (early bird/regular) and most expensive is 350/370.

We've been getting a right bashing for being so expensive, at least we've lowered them since last season.

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We've sold 2,131 as of yesterday, early bird price runs out Friday 5th, will probably get close to 3,000 again, decent amount considered the shit we've had to endure these past two seasons.
 
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Good spin that. Think I read we sold 3018 last season so 2250 or whatever isn’t near to last season no matter how he tries to spin it.
Will be surprised if we hit the 3000+ number this year, but he’s right in that we were at similar numbers this stage last season.

Will be interesting to see how many ST’s we sell over the next month leading up to the season. I think we’ll finish around the 2,700/2,800 mark
 

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Well according to Graham Bean our CEO we’re not as far off hitting last seasons ST sales as you suggest ...

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If you’ve had a shit season where you’ve been relegated and then followed that up with a season in a lower league where 1/2 of which was again shit, it’s probably best not to act like the fans discontent is unjustified.
 
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If you’ve had a shit season where you’ve been relegated and then followed that up with a season in a lower league where 1/2 of which was again shit, it’s probably best not to act like the fans discontent is unjustified.
Add in the fact that they increased season ticket prices this year aswell, following 3 of the worst years in the clubs history ...
 

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