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Sadgit Posted on 27/02/2020 07:25
Ticket prices next year?
 
I wonder what the walk up ticket prices for Division one will be? Serious question? Cannot be £34 for West Stand still.. must come down to £20 or so!
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The_Downing_Wave Posted on 27/02/2020 07:31

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I wouldn’t hold your breath, they’re already trying to flog season tickets at premier league prices [cr]
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BigmetsBoro86 Posted on 27/02/2020 07:35

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I thought they jumped the gun with early bird. They simply couldn't charge £32 walk up for Fleetwood at home.

They could throw in the football league trophy matches for free[;)]

That said... No international breaks[^]
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Facefuzz Posted on 27/02/2020 08:10

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Hartlepool weren't much lower than £20 when they got relegated.
I'd think it would be around £25 atleast.
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littledick Posted on 27/02/2020 09:00

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Think of all the new places travelling fans can visit


Groundhoppers paradice [:D]
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BigUnit Posted on 27/02/2020 09:02

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We couldn't possibly do a £20 ticket if we went down
Those who renewed already wouldn't be happy.
Be interesting to know how many have renewed already
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pdhmobile2016 Posted on 27/02/2020 09:16

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I haven't renewed yet but seriously thinking about it.
Couple of things I'm considering,
If I don't renew on the early bird, what will the price be at end of season?
If I renew and we go down are they gonna offer some sort of compensation for paying premier League prices in league one, coz if they didn't I'd be seriously peed off and feel like I've been ripped off
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Jimmyk78 Posted on 27/02/2020 09:28

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They'll remain the same as this season regardless of which Divsion we are in.
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Gibsons_Parmo Posted on 27/02/2020 09:32

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Dont want to sound like a broken record but the club desperately need to do something to get the fans back.
Last night could have been a good opportunity to put an offer on and get fans behind the team when they need it most
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BigUnit Posted on 27/02/2020 09:42

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Totally agree Gibsons
We must of have about 1,000 walk ups yesterday.
Such a important game and the home atmosphere was dreadful despite a much improved performance...
We need to do something to give us a chance.
But I cant see it happening.
The club will continue to push season tickets and have no interest in one off punters.
I would guess around 200 walk ups for Monday Night.
Why not do a one off and give 10,000 tickets away to season card holders.
We aren't going to lose any money with so little paying the £30 match day price.
Come on Boro, drop the arrogance we are over priced and heading for a disaster with around 10,000 average next season ??
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BigUnit Posted on 27/02/2020 09:42

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Totally agree Gibsons
We must of have about 1,000 walk ups yesterday.
Such a important game and the home atmosphere was dreadful despite a much improved performance...
We need to do something to give us a chance.
But I cant see it happening.
The club will continue to push season tickets and have no interest in one off punters.
I would guess around 200 walk ups for Monday Night.
Why not do a one off and give 10,000 tickets away to season card holders.
We aren't going to lose any money with so little paying the £30 match day price.
Come on Boro, drop the arrogance we are over priced and heading for a disaster with around 10,000 average next season ??
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tiny Posted on 27/02/2020 10:37

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No wonder sunland getting canny gates.not charging the earth.Adults £20 not £30 over 65 £17 under22 £12 not £30 u16 s £7.
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BigUnit Posted on 27/02/2020 11:41

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My tickets are increasing by £41 as my boy turns 11 before 1st August.
I do miss a few games because of work , so for the first time I'm not renewing my tickets
Will still go
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Davey_C Posted on 27/02/2020 12:06

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They could give 10k away with a free bar people still wouldnt set foot in the place the damage is done
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jam69 Posted on 27/02/2020 12:14

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good post bigunit but it will fall on deaf ears.£47 quid it cost me and the daughter for the luton game.daft really
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The_Downing_Wave Posted on 27/02/2020 12:18

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It's looking extremely unlikely I'll renew now. Missed a few too many games this season for one reason or another, and the football just doesn't attract me as it used to.

So looking at next year I'll just pick and choose. Sunderland at home if they don't go up, and maybe trips to Lincoln, Fleetwood, Doncaster and Burton for me.
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BigUnit Posted on 27/02/2020 12:21

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Jam69.
That's ridiculous for the " Family club of the year "
Things have to change
Arrogance from the club on ticket prices will put the club in serious trouble.
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Sortie Posted on 27/02/2020 12:53

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Won't be any changes for tv either
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Davey_C Posted on 27/02/2020 16:10
Edited On: 27/02/2020 16:13
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310 adult earlybirds started at this season for sunderland with a free U18 ticket in the family zone or 335 for an adult + 1x U16 & 1x U8 in the same section
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SilentProf Posted on 27/02/2020 18:38

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It would be nice if they could add the chairman's drink offer to all season ticket holders cards if we do go down. It probably wouldn't cost the club that much and might persuade a few more to renew.

An even better offer would be to allow all season ticket holders to bring an under 11 to any game for free as they do in the GRFZ. It would require some admin but I think it's worth offering as you don't get too many kids that young in other areas currently and if it's a game by game offer, it would probably be perceived as being more value than you'd actually use it for to most fans.
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since1970 Posted on 27/02/2020 19:34

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"That said... No international breaks"

Don't bank on it. We'll almost certainly have some international players such as Saville who we have no chance of getting off the books, which will result in more nightmare night games to fit in. [sad]
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the_holgate_roof Posted on 27/02/2020 19:36

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do Lower League Clubs have International Breaks, even if they do have International call ups, I thought it was just tough at that level, you just miss the players and have to keep playing your matches???
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since1970 Posted on 27/02/2020 19:38

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Sunderland have had a few games postponed due to International call-ups this season.
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Davey_C Posted on 27/02/2020 19:39

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Sunderland have had their games postponed due to international call ups plus they had their checkatrade run last season so rescheduling was a nightmare
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Jan_Aage_Fjortoft Posted on 27/02/2020 19:39

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Used to be if you had 3 call-ups. Not sure if it's still the case or whether that number has changed.
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