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I don't think that there is a thread for season tickets for the 2018/19 season.

QPR have released our prices, which is a price freeze. This means that your away tickets will be equally as expensive as this year.

We have split a block in 2, and made it cheap near the away end (as you look out from the away stand it is the first block on the right. Starting from £225 (restricted view) but £242 normally, makes it a bargain and I will be getting on there. Hopefully it will be a standing, noisy section. A step in the right direction anyway, as this block is always empty.

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Our's only tend to go on sale around June time. Doesn't make any sense to me why we can't get them out a few months earlier at least.
 

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away fans will love us next season

price freeze for our loyal fans watching this crap all season

price hike on all new applicants! including our beloved away fans YIPPEEEEEEEEEEEEE only £700 to buy a west stand ST now
 

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Good pricing for us, 355 quid for the year for me but tempted to take up the 5 year offer to be honest.
 

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I am probably being really thick, but isn't it better value to do it yearly than over 5 years? £22.40 a game for 5 years or £15.43 a game for a single year. Or is the point being that it could be Premier League football?
 

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Seems there’s been a brief leak on our ticket website. 10% reduction in all areas but some areas still far too expensive and too much of a jump for young fans to an adult ticket. U23 in one area is £207 but adult is £508.
 

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Prices have mostly been frozen for next year which isnt bad but concession prices have been removed in some sections of the ground, meaning that over 65s and those with kids need to move if they want to avoid a massive price rise. The club are trying to engineer the demographics in each stand. A lot of people are quite annoyed.
 

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We've not released any news on ST's yet, strange as we usually would have announced early bird prices 3 or 4 weeks ago in previous seasons.
 

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Seems there’s been a brief leak on our ticket website. 10% reduction in all areas but some areas still far too expensive and too much of a jump for young fans to an adult ticket. U23 in one area is £207 but adult is £508.
Confirmed this morning and an actual apology for increasing the tickets last season 1.5% with inflation.
Now need to confirm manager situation otherwise it’s a pointless reduction as lots will cancel if Mick stays
 

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Not announced ours as yet. Had a corporate ticket this season so might do the same next season
 

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imagine paying hundreds to watch a league where someone as dinosaur as neil warnock can be successful - more money than sense
 

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We've not released any news on ST's yet, strange as we usually would have announced early bird prices 3 or 4 weeks ago in previous seasons.
My guess is that they are calculating the ground size for next season. I predict they are looking for a far bigger temporary South Bank quadrant and whether they can safely squeeze more seats into other corners and whether they can use the restricted view seats in several standards (after the North Bank stand was built). I also remember saying that several stands could also have more seats fitted than currently. They could add 2,500 to the current capacity, putting us over 34,000. This would affect seat pricing.

I also heard we are in advanced talks with Vincent Tan to use the 60% of Cardiff's ground that isn't used to screen Wolves games while they are playing.
 

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We will hear fuck all until they're announced mid-May with a slight increase.
 

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18,000 sold for us in the early bird period. A whole 92 up on this time last year. :lol:
 

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14,400 early bird sales for us by all accounts, pretty damn good for us but it seems to get earlier every bloody year, renewal will be before Xmas soon if they keep this up!
 

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We won't hear fuck all about our season ticket prices till the middle of next month, even later if we rag 6th.

Classic Preston.
 

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