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Ticket Pricing

By Roulette Len5/7 07:14Sun Jul 5 07:14:31 2020

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I understand that 'everything' is up in the air at the moment but should relegation happen, would you be happy to pay the same price for your ticket watching National League football?

I think a price freeze would be reasonable if relegated or not.

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By Themessiah5/7 17:58Sun Jul 5 17:58:22 2020In response to Ticket PricingTop of thread

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Think he should lower the prices if we get relegated

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By WASP (Original Mr Wasp)5/7 11:03Sun Jul 5 11:03:47 2020In response to Ticket PricingTop of thread

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Season tickets will probably be half the price they were last season if we are in the National league. The players will be on part time wages.

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By Lopo5/7 10:32Sun Jul 5 10:32:13 2020In response to Ticket PricingTop of thread

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A freeze either way is my guess.

With maybe some new family friendly deals.

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By Yogi5/7 09:22Sun Jul 5 09:22:16 2020In response to Ticket PricingTop of thread

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If we stay in L2 ticket prices will probably stay as they are? but who knows when crowds will be back allowed back to watch games. If the club stream matches there will obviously be a charge but who knows how much this will be??
If we get relegated then not sure what other National League clubs charge but it has to be roughly in line with that.

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By Themessiah5/7 18:28Sun Jul 5 18:28:39 2020In response to Re: Ticket PricingTop of thread

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Think i remember he used to charge 18 quid for east terrace and 22 for main stand when we were in conference

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By Baldock (BALDOCKBORO)5/7 21:49Sun Jul 5 21:49:21 2020In response to Re: Ticket PricingTop of thread

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That was ten years ago. Costs have gone up a bit since then.

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By Themessiah5/7 21:58Sun Jul 5 21:58:22 2020In response to Re: Ticket PricingTop of thread

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I know they have mate

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By Baldock (BALDOCKBORO)6/7 08:54Mon Jul 6 08:54:56 2020In response to Re: Ticket PricingTop of thread

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So it's not really relevant to pricing for next season, that was my point.

Wasn't being snarky. X X

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By Specky (Mike H)6/7 10:22Mon Jul 6 10:22:48 2020In response to Re: Ticket PricingTop of thread

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Just checking a few of the national league clubs and Woking and Boreham Wood were both £18 entry with OAP £13...... Barrow were £16 seating and £13 standing.........Yeovil £19 seating and £16 standing.

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By East Coast Boro6/7 10:27Mon Jul 6 10:27:57 2020In response to Re: Ticket PricingTop of thread

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ans St Albans? ..

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By Specky (Mike H)6/7 10:40Mon Jul 6 10:40:39 2020In response to Re: Ticket PricingTop of thread

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They give theirs away.....

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By East Coast Boro6/7 10:41Mon Jul 6 10:41:41 2020In response to Re: Ticket PricingTop of thread

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Thought they paid ours

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By Specky (Mike H)6/7 10:48Mon Jul 6 10:48:36 2020In response to Re: Ticket PricingTop of thread

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That used to be our benefits, but times are hard for them now......never been the same since the tree came down.

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By Owen B5/7 10:30Sun Jul 5 10:30:40 2020In response to Re: Ticket PricingTop of thread

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Yep, I think the more pertinent questions are 'when?' and 'how?' before 'how much?'.

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By Bragbury1065/7 12:39Sun Jul 5 12:39:23 2020In response to Re: Ticket PricingTop of thread

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think we must find out where were playing next season.if still in the football league prices will go up,
if in the national league will drop quite a bit.
don,t think we should the change prices during the season for certain groups reason being in the past
families turn up kids eat and drink for 75 minutes leave a mess then want to go home early as there bored.
this season needs to be sorted quickly and safe for everyone or football will lose many supporters the longer
this drags on. the EFL needs to make a decision for once and not leave it to others.

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By AndyC5/7 21:37Sun Jul 5 21:37:07 2020In response to Re: Ticket PricingTop of thread

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The EFL can only be guided by the Govt guidance and how Covid develops. Can't just make snap decisions now because someone demands they make a decision, then regret it later

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By Bragbury1066/7 09:06Mon Jul 6 09:06:47 2020In response to Re: Ticket PricingTop of thread

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do you think the EFL are worried on govt guidance no.
" " " " " " " covid develops yes.

as for making snap decisions well the EFL would never make a snap decision could not even set a date for a meeting.

then regret it later,

Macclesfield owner has lied to his players
has lied to his ground staff
has lied to the supporters
has been to court about (11 times (just to delay matters).
and made the EFL idiots.

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By East Coast Boro6/7 10:30Mon Jul 6 10:30:48 2020In response to Re: Ticket PricingTop of thread

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Lied is a strong word.... may be , "supplied confusing information" might be better ;-)

As for the last comment .... well that is because the EFL's rules and regulations have more holes in it than our back 4/5 last season!

Edited by East Coast Boro at 10:32:59 on 6th July 2020

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By Sev5/7 09:06Sun Jul 5 09:06:41 2020In response to Ticket PricingTop of thread

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£99? Absolutely.

Off top of my head I'd say ET adult £275 would be reasonable.
Main/North stand etc £350?

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By Paulio5/7 07:30Sun Jul 5 07:30:24 2020In response to Ticket PricingTop of thread

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No.

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