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View ana1ysis's Profile ana1ysis Flag 16 Mar 17 7.18pm Send a Private Message to ana1ysis Add ana1ysis as a friend

Originally posted by Michaelawt85

Two tickets. Main stand block d. Meet in person at the ground on the day. 40 for the pair

PM'd

 

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View ana1ysis's Profile ana1ysis Flag 16 Mar 17 7.22pm Send a Private Message to ana1ysis Add ana1ysis as a friend

Looking for 2 (adult) tickets. PM me.

 

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View tonymikejoe's Profile tonymikejoe Flag UK 16 Mar 17 7.25pm Send a Private Message to tonymikejoe Add tonymikejoe as a friend

This post has been merged from a topic called 'Watford an A game - 40 for the Arthur - p*ss take' by Old Chap

The millions from BT and SKY give all Premier League clubs an opportunity to cut tickets, but the greed of players, coaches, management, agents and the clubs themselves prevent this.

However, if we keep paying-up and simply moaning on message boards like this the message will not get through.

Only direct action - a boycott - will change things and I applaud the poster for refusing to pay that outrageous 40 charge.

 

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View palace777's Profile palace777 Flag belfast 16 Mar 17 7.28pm Send a Private Message to palace777 Add palace777 as a friend

Joined today?

 

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This post has been merged from a topic called 'Watford an A game - 40 for the Arthur - p*ss take' by Old Chap

Originally posted by tonymikejoe

The millions from BT and SKY give all Premier League clubs an opportunity to cut tickets, but the greed of players, coaches, management, agents and the clubs themselves prevent this.

However, if we keep paying-up and simply moaning on message boards like this the message will not get through.

Only direct action - a boycott - will change things and I applaud the poster for refusing to pay that outrageous 40 charge.

Greed of fans too. Majority want marquee signings and they come at a price. We have limited match day income and that has an impact on FFP

 


the dignified don't even enter in the game

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This post has been merged from a topic called 'Watford an A game - 40 for the Arthur - p*ss take' by Old Chap

Originally posted by tonymikejoe

The millions from BT and SKY give all Premier League clubs an opportunity to cut tickets, but the greed of players, coaches, management, agents and the clubs themselves prevent this.

However, if we keep paying-up and simply moaning on message boards like this the message will not get through.

Only direct action - a boycott - will change things and I applaud the poster for refusing to pay that outrageous 40 charge.

Selhurst Park could probably sell out twice over, so I don't see why the club would (or should) reduce ticket prices

 

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This post has been merged from a topic called 'Watford an A game - 40 for the Arthur - p*ss take' by Old Chap

Originally posted by gbox82

Selhurst Park could probably sell out twice over, so I don't see why the club would (or should) reduce ticket prices

It's very unlikely Selhurst Park could sell out twice over.Even when we do "sell out" there still seems to be plenty of empty seats on view.
It seems that some fans have come to expect to pay ridiculous amounts of money for tickets,and as long as that continues even the club we support will happily continue to fleece us.

 

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View RH8Eagle's Profile RH8Eagle Flag Oxted 16 Mar 17 9.03pm Send a Private Message to RH8Eagle Add RH8Eagle as a friend

This post has been merged from a topic called 'Watford an A game - 40 for the Arthur - p*ss take' by Old Chap

It does seem a bit steep especially as the away fans in the same stand are paying max 30

I have just got my Chelsea tickets obviously 30 so is ok sometimes, I think we paid over 50 a while back. As stated pick one up from an absent season ticket holder should be a more reasonable price.

 

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View Eagle26's Profile Eagle26 Flag London 16 Mar 17 9.10pm Send a Private Message to Eagle26 Add Eagle26 as a friend

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Ive got a ticket to sell in the arthur wait z block row 18 PM me

 

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This post has been merged from a topic called 'Watford an A game - 40 for the Arthur - p*ss take' by Old Chap

Originally posted by gbox82

Selhurst Park could probably sell out twice over, so I don't see why the club would (or should) reduce ticket prices

To reward loyal fans.
To ensure more share the PL rewards than a chosen few within the club.
To be more than 'just another business'.
As a thank-you for our support.
To be nice guys - Too much to ask?
To make a great PR gesture.
To help make us feel we are not mugs being exploited.
Because they can.................

 

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View Dan89's Profile Dan89 Flag Se25 16 Mar 17 10.50pm Send a Private Message to Dan89 Add Dan89 as a friend

This post has been merged from a topic called 'Watford an A game - 40 for the Arthur - p*ss take' by Old Chap

It's ludicrous that you could watch every away at 30 each a ticket. Yet if you can't afford or have commitments to have a season ticket. It's 40 pound (cat A). In theory you could sit in the Watford end for 30 pound. I have a season ticket so it doesn't affect me but can understand frustration.

 


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This post has been merged from a topic called 'Watford an A game - 40 for the Arthur - p*ss take' by Old Chap

Whatever way you look at it,ticket prices for football games are a f*cking rip off. There is no need to charge so much especially with the huge amount of TV money that there is at the moment. In my opinion, ticket prices should be 10 for an adult and 5 for a junior, (I know this will never happen). I love going to SElhurst Park but our ticket prices are really taking the p*ss, I am a massive Parish fan but he is always talking about how great our fans our but then has the audacity to charge these prices, what a p*ss take.

 

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