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    Just got an email , kerry tickets same as last year. 275. Bit disappointed they haven't dropped a bit.

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    In England at the lower levels of football its not cheap going to games. These are all sterling, Rochdale, now in conf cheapest adult is 20, dearest is 24, Oxford City who only came up from the lower level its 18 on match days.
    Flyde have tickets from 12 to best seats at 35.
    Kings Lynn play in 6th tier , cheapest adult is 18, upto 23 for a seat.
    Going down a level Hyde United charge 15 for seats and 14 for terrace.

    None of our first division clubs could charge 20, and I dont know if any of our clubs have developed ticketing/seating where you pay a significant premium for where you sit. That Flyde one is just over €40!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LTFC View Post
    In England at the lower levels of football its not cheap going to games. These are all sterling, Rochdale, now in conf cheapest adult is 20, dearest is 24, Oxford City who only came up from the lower level its 18 on match days.
    Flyde have tickets from 12 to best seats at 35.
    Kings Lynn play in 6th tier , cheapest adult is 18, upto 23 for a seat.
    Going down a level Hyde United charge 15 for seats and 14 for terrace.

    None of our first division clubs could charge 20, and I dont know if any of our clubs have developed ticketing/seating where you pay a significant premium for where you sit. That Flyde one is just over €40!
    Hartlepool was £20 for the main stand against Rochdale a few weeks back. The prices haven’t dropped since relegation.

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    What are Pats looking at for single games for stand, and do they do anything for higher category games? Cant but think the 6 Dublin derbies will sell out and could have a premium on them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LTFC View Post
    What are Pats looking at for single games for stand, and do they do anything for higher category games? Cant but think the 6 Dublin derbies will sell out and could have a premium on them.
    Adults will €22 according to the ST renewal email I got. We don’t do category’s for games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by listowelceltic View Post
    Just got an email , kerry tickets same as last year. 275. Bit disappointed they haven't dropped a bit.
    Works out at €15.27 per match over the expected 18 home league games! The matchday price was €15.

    The LOITV season ticket has remained at €120. I didn't watch many other games as the majority clashed with Kerry's this season.

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    Not much incentive on those figures. I'll probably still get one just for convenience

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    LTFC season tickets is 210 for an adult, and they have a combo for €300 that includes LOITV.
    Assume matches are still €15, so being charged for 14 of 18 games, throw in a €30 saving on LOITV, pretty good.

    But the best deal they have imo is the adult plus kids and family tickets. Family is 2 adults plus 2 kids for €450. That would be €720 at the gate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LTFC View Post
    LTFC season tickets is 210 for an adult, and they have a combo for €300 that includes LOITV.
    Assume matches are still €15, so being charged for 14 of 18 games, throw in a €30 saving on LOITV, pretty good.
    Always thought clubs should do that. Strange that more haven't. €120 for LoI TV is a big whack, and any saving might squeeze some extra money out of people who may just use a dodgy box instead.

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    https://twitter.com/CorkCityFC/statu...70990716493924

    Cork City’s season ticket announcement has not gone down well……
    Irish by birth ,Harps by the grace of god.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey B View Post
    https://twitter.com/CorkCityFC/statu...70990716493924

    Cork City’s season ticket announcement has not gone down well……
    Care to elaborate a bit for those of us who don't have twitter? It's become unusable unless you have an account recently

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    Quote Originally Posted by Another Bohemia View Post
    Care to elaborate a bit for those of us who don't have twitter? It's become unusable unless you have an account recently
    Prices up,no student discount…

    One tweet says “ Two years ago my Senior season ticket in the 1st Div was €65.

    Last year in the Premier Div it was €110.

    Next season in the 1st Div its €150.


    Another saying the price of an adult and child was 380 in the first division 2 years ago now costs 520…..
    Irish by birth ,Harps by the grace of god.

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    Rovers have sold 3.400 season tickets already, with the South Stand sold out.
    Good numbers and some guaranteed revenue for the club.

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    Thats amazing from Rovers, how does it compare with last season?

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    • Rovers Website news article- we passed the 3,000 sales mark and celebrated with a fan promotion winning a Jack Byrne signed new season shirt.
    • 40% increase in ST sales as of the end of November 2022 v 2023
    • 10% of sales are first-time buyers
    • Close to 10% of sales availing of the North Stand Family offer (U12 goes free with an adult purchase for our new Family Stand)
    • 20% availing of our new staged payment facility
    • South Stand is about to sell out
    • More than 10% of ticket buyers are from outside Dublin
    • Exceptional value at €235 for Adults in fully covered seating throughout the stadium (equivalent of 6.3 free games when compared to individual match ticket prices)
    • Commemorative 125 Years pin badge free to all sales made pre-Christmas post-out deadline (excluding child)
    Last edited by Kingswood Rover; 30/11/2023 at 8:12 PM.

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    The Blues have announced over 1,000 season tickets have been sold after just a couple weeks of being on sale. A season ticket record for the club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey B View Post
    https://twitter.com/CorkCityFC/statu...70990716493924

    Cork City’s season ticket announcement has not gone down well……
    Checking back on the 2023 prices:
    Adult 250 (early bird), 270 (full price)
    Student 200 (no early bird)
    Juvenile 150 (early bird), 165 (full price)
    Child 50 (early bird), 75 (full price)
    Senior 110 (early bird), 140 (full price)
    Reserved seat +50

    2024 prices:
    Adult 220 (renewal), 240 (full price)
    Student 220 (renewal), 240 (full price)
    Juvenile 150 (renewal), 160 (full price)
    Child 70 (renewal), 80 (full price)
    Senior 150 (renewal), 160 (full price)
    Reserved seat +60 (renewal), +100 (full price)

    Renewal discounts apply until 20 December.
    For anyone other than renewing adults, these 2024 prices don't look great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidewayspasser View Post
    Checking back on the 2023 prices:
    Adult 250 (early bird), 270 (full price)
    Student 200 (no early bird)
    Juvenile 150 (early bird), 165 (full price)
    Child 50 (early bird), 75 (full price)
    Senior 110 (early bird), 140 (full price)
    Reserved seat +50

    2024 prices:
    Adult 220 (renewal), 240 (full price)
    Student 220 (renewal), 240 (full price)
    Juvenile 150 (renewal), 160 (full price)
    Child 70 (renewal), 80 (full price)
    Senior 150 (renewal), 160 (full price)
    Reserved seat +60 (renewal), +100 (full price)

    Renewal discounts apply until 20 December.
    For anyone other than renewing adults, these 2024 prices don't look great.
    be fine if they were in prem, but not great when dropping to,div 1

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    That must be the first time I have ever seen Adult and Student season tickets priced exactly the same anywhere absolutely bizarre that one from Cork and increasing some of the other categories when you are now relegated to the First Division isn't exactly fan friendly either
    The Leinster Senior League needs a strong Bohemians

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    Quote Originally Posted by total hoofball View Post
    That must be the first time I have ever seen Adult and Student season tickets priced exactly the same anywhere absolutely bizarre that one from Cork and increasing some of the other categories when you are now relegated to the First Division isn't exactly fan friendly either
    Whats the point in having a student ticket if its the same as Adult?

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