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Just wondered how much STs are at everyone’s clubs down here & how many would you expect to sell for the new season?

We had around 3500 last season, down from around 4100 the season before and they were priced between £340 and about £450 last season depending on which stand you were in.

This season if the current board of Dave Allen and Ashley Carson are still here I’d guess we will sell between 1500-1800 so a massive massive drop. Prices are going down 20% or 25% if you renew so cheapest on the Kop will be around £250 ish.

We’ve not yet announced anything official yet but I expect they will come soon with an early bird until a July.

I’ve not had one for years for various reasons but next season is the first season I could feasibly get one as I am back in the area up the road in leeds and I’ll no longer get tickets through our sponsorship at work. BUT FUCK THAT if they are still here. If they go I’ll get one but it is very unlikely.

I think our gates will be as low as 3000 next season. The average the previous seasons has been between 5600-7000 so again huge drops as more and more boycott.
 

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Here's our pricing for the standing areas, I guess nothing's available for the stand yet. Also tacking on a few extra tickets with each to bring a friend or something which is kinda nice. Prices are also down on last season's so hopefully gates continue to climb!

Ground only
Adults:
£270.00* (£11.74 per match, five ‘free’ games, annual saving £75.00)
Concessions (65+/students with valid ID): £216.00* (£9.39 per match, five ‘free’ games)
Youth (11 to 16 year olds): £126.00* (£5.48 per match, five ‘free’ games)
Junior (Under 11s): £40.00* (£1.74 per match, three ‘free’ games)
 

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Our cheapest adult renewal was £289 on early-bird, but that ended on 1st May. Our cheapest is now £306 but go up to nearly £1000 in the suites.

Saying that, we've sold over 3,000 already and we don't know what league we're in yet, so it's pretty good going.
 

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Mine is £300. Discounts for anyone in the armed forces or working in the NHS if you're an adult which means they'll cost you around £200.

Same price as last year.

If we don't go up this year I can see the price going up, as we won't have any more parachute payments from the EFL.

We sold close to 4k last year, think this year it will be back to the usual 3k.
 

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Just wondered how much STs are at everyone’s clubs down here & how many would you expect to sell for the new season?

We had around 3500 last season, down from around 4100 the season before and they were priced between £340 and about £450 last season depending on which stand you were in.

This season if the current board of Dave Allen and Ashley Carson are still here I’d guess we will sell between 1500-1800 so a massive massive drop. Prices are going down 20% or 25% if you renew so cheapest on the Kop will be around £250 ish.

We’ve not yet announced anything official yet but I expect they will come soon with an early bird until a July.

I’ve not had one for years for various reasons but next season is the first season I could feasibly get one as I am back in the area up the road in leeds and I’ll no longer get tickets through our sponsorship at work. BUT FUCK THAT if they are still here. If they go I’ll get one but it is very unlikely.

I think our gates will be as low as 3000 next season. The average the previous seasons has been between 5600-7000 so again huge drops as more and more boycott.
The only thing I'll say is your club needs its fans though the door next season, apathy down here is not good for ex league sides.
 

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Bristow's Bench: Adult £240, Concession £176, Under 18 £112
Bristow's Bench Early Bird: Adult £216, Concession £159, Under 18 £70
Family Stand: Adult £224, Concession £176, Under 18 £112; Family Ticket (2 adults + 2 under 18s) £560
Family Stand Early Bird: Adult £202, Concession £159, Under 18 £70, Family Ticket £504
Popside: Adult £208, Concession £176, Under 18 £112
Popside Early Bird: Adult £188, Concession £159, Under 18 £70
 

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The only thing I'll say is your club needs its fans though the door next season, apathy down here is not good for ex league sides.
We're deserting like rats from a sinking ship. I won't be at any home games whilst they are in charge. They're literally taking us to the wall and every penny going into the club ends up being frittered away or worse. We will struggle next season, and it won't be because of the fans..
 

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£340, but we're going full time. Some are kicking off about it but others are saying "you've been screaming for us to go full time, who did you think was going to pay for it?".

Makes no diff' to me coz I got loadsamoney!!!! :£:£:£
 

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Was £199 terrace and £249 seats last season for early bird. Currently not selling any season tickets due to us not knowing if we will be here.
 

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The only thing I'll say is your club needs its fans though the door next season, apathy down here is not good for ex league sides.
The problem is, most of the fans don't want to put any more money in the owners pocket. Which also has the knock on affect of no money coming into the club. Vicious cycle and I don't know where it ends. I guess the only way out would be winning games every week, the punters always come back for a winning team. That's not going to happen with the squad we're likely to have next year....
 

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The problem is, most of the fans don't want to put any more money in the owners pocket. Which also has the knock on affect of no money coming into the club. Vicious cycle and I don't know where it ends. I guess the only way out would be winning games every week, the punters always come back for a winning team. That's not going to happen with the squad we're likely to have next year....
Do what we did. Grow some balls, protest, demonstrate, raise awareness, utilise the media and try to get games abandoned whilst simultaneously working behind the scenes to secure new owners.

Though to be fair you only have it about 20% as bad as us.
 

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Over 500 sold in week 1 apparently which is more than I anticipated. We may exceed my 1800-2000 prediction after all. Martin Allens public charm offensive will definitely be helping build bridges between the club and the fans. Not heard from Ashley carson in over a week which can only be a good thing
 

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Wrexham have reached over 1,000 ST sold after Day 16 of Early Bird, just under 300 more than this point last year.
 

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Wrexham have reached over 1,000 ST sold after Day 16 of Early Bird, just under 300 more than this point last year.
Solid effort that. Is the terrace still closed behind the goal? Reckon that is one of my favourite stands in football, such a shame it's been closed for years. Seems to remember it being open when we came on the opening day about 10 years ago for a 0-0 draw in the sun. The last time I came on a Tuesday night (think we won 4-1 maybe?) it was closed.
 

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We have finally stated selling them but doubt the uptake will be great given the price has increased and we have nothing in place. Currently no manager, coaches and barely any players. It’s going to be a struggle this coming season, can see us dropping a division certainly a relegation battle.
 

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Our membership scheme will continue but there have been offers announced

Offer up until 1st July is £230 for the year.
After that

If you aren't fussed about guaranteeing your seat or pre season friendlies then you can pay monthly for August - April and save a couple of months, making the terrace £220 (cheaper than the earlybird which makes zero sense)

And the new names of the stands are bloody awful and should be in the tinpot thread.
 
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I have to admit, I prefer the season ticket option (even though it is technically more expensive). Presumably you need to remember to cancel the membership otherwise it continues through the summer months, which I know I would forget to do.

Plus it would be sods law that we have a home play-off game in May.
 

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Solid effort that. Is the terrace still closed behind the goal? Reckon that is one of my favourite stands in football, such a shame it's been closed for years. Seems to remember it being open when we came on the opening day about 10 years ago for a 0-0 draw in the sun. The last time I came on a Tuesday night (think we won 4-1 maybe?) it was closed.
Yeah it's still closed unfortunately.
 

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Ours just announced:

The club are asking new and existing fans to back the lower priced model with a commitment to making football in Guiseley affordable for all the family. Adult season tickets are priced at only £150 compared to £240 last season.

Concessions are £130, with Under 18s just £30 (that’s £1.42 per game) and Under 11’s £10 (47p per game).
 

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Prices frozen from last season, which is probably the only possible course of action. We had around 1,400 last season, more than we had in the National League, but I can see it dropping massively.
 

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Sold over 1000 so far. 4 weeks until early bird deadline. No idea how this compared but think we will get to 2000+
 

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Ours just announced:

The club are asking new and existing fans to back the lower priced model with a commitment to making football in Guiseley affordable for all the family. Adult season tickets are priced at only £150 compared to £240 last season.

Concessions are £130, with Under 18s just £30 (that’s £1.42 per game) and Under 11’s £10 (47p per game).
Well, you won't be seeing the Conference Prem again, that's for sure. Football League my arse. :fl:
 

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We had a poll on our forum about 25% not renewing, plenty of gates below 1000 for us next season as we rebuild. Part time side needed.
 

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Our earlybird has now expired but it was £125 for Adults, £99 for concessions and pro club ST holders, £20 for under-18's. £150 for adults now until the season starts. 518 were sold last season, I'd imagine it will be a similar number by the time the season starts.
 

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