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Re: Season tickets

Postby Wycliffe » 04 Mar 2017, 08:07

john316z wrote:
bristleposh wrote:Thank you for your input Adi, Still nobody has told me how much a season ticket was at this time last year, to listen to some of the old farts on Facebook it sounds like each is being asked to have a limb removed this season in order to attend matches. no doubt it's gone up but by how much?

That page should be miserable old gits of Peterborough. It sounds like the club is punishing them for being old. They should all probably regrow a pair....


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Re: Season tickets

Postby HantsPosh » 12 Mar 2017, 20:31

bristleposh wrote:Thank you for your input Adi, Still nobody has told me how much a season ticket was at this time last year, to listen to some of the old farts on Facebook it sounds like each is being asked to have a limb removed this season in order to attend matches. no doubt it's gone up but by how much?


Early Bird/Normal

London Road Terence £295/£350
Main & South Stand £425/£500 (yes FIVE Hundred POUNDS :( )
MotorPoint £380/£440

You can buy an ST at Bradford for £149 in any part of the ground regardless of what division they are in next season.

They closest League Club to me is Reading and the cheapest ST next season will set you back £345 even if they get promoted to the PL. Not that I plan on buying one just pointing out how expensive a club we are.

The walk up Cat A price next year is £28, an away ticket in the Premier League is £30!! The club really are deluded with their pricing.

Still £399 to watch world beaters like Morias waddle about is a bargain I suppose :?
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Re: Season tickets

Postby stuie » 12 Mar 2017, 21:45

HantsPosh wrote:
bristleposh wrote:Thank you for your input Adi, Still nobody has told me how much a season ticket was at this time last year, to listen to some of the old farts on Facebook it sounds like each is being asked to have a limb removed this season in order to attend matches. no doubt it's gone up but by how much?


Early Bird/Normal

London Road Terence £295/£350
Main & South Stand £425/£500 (yes FIVE Hundred POUNDS :( )
MotorPoint £380/£440

You can buy an ST at Bradford for £149 in any part of the ground regardless of what division they are in next season.

They closest League Club to me is Reading and the cheapest ST next season will set you back £345 even if they get promoted to the PL. Not that I plan on buying one just pointing out how expensive a club we are.

The walk up Cat A price next year is £28, an away ticket in the Premier League is £30!! The club really deluded with their pricing.

Still £399 to watch world beaters like Morias waddle about is a bargain I suppose :?

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Re: Season tickets

Postby Brianposh » 31 Mar 2017, 22:21

Now on sale until 12.00 noon tomorrow 1st April 2017.at early bird price.
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Re: Season tickets

Postby pleasureboy60 » 01 Apr 2017, 09:17

Here's an interesting idea from one of our fellow rivals from League one. Obviously they have structured a season ticket pricing system which will hopefully not only attract more supporters, but also not fleece those regulars who purchase a season ticket year in year out.
A lesson for you perhaps MacAnthony.

:15 27 March 2017

2017/18 Season Tickets





This year, Rochdale AFC will have been established for 110 years - formed on 15th May 1907 - and to celebrate, we are offering fans an unbelievable opportunity to purchase a 2017/18 season ticket for potentially only £110!




The £110 offer is based on achieving 4,000 season ticket sales and the final price will depend on the number of season ticket deposits sold:




Over 2,000 season ticket sales - £250

Over 2,500 season ticket sales - £200

Over 3,000 season ticket sales - £150

Over 4,000 season ticket sales - £110







Here is how the pricing model will work:




1. On or after 27th March - pay £50 deposit and secure your seat for the 2017/18 season

2. But do this before Season Ticket Deadline Day which is 21 June 2017 (fixture release day)

3. After midnight on Season Ticket Deadline Day - the Season Ticket prices will be locked for all those who paid a deposit.




The locked prices will apply to all age groups (aged 17 and over) and to all stands, and will cover the 23 League games.




(Please note: The only exception is Sandy Lane Concession Season Tickets which will be £222 until we hit the 2,500 mark. Matchday ticket prices will remain the same as 2016/17. There will be no Country Season Ticket).




The final price will depend on the total number of season ticket deposits sold. If you fail to make a deposit you will pay the top price band irrespective of the number of sales – so don’t miss out! After 21st June, you will be able to pay your outstanding balance and collect your season ticket book.




If we fail to reach the 2,000 target, prices will remain the same as 2016/17 season ticket prices.

Read more at http://www.rochdaleafc.co.uk/tickets/se ... 3yxstJU.99

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Re: Season tickets

Postby john316z » 01 Apr 2017, 13:36

No chance of that. Messiah would be too deep into his pockets.... Still looks way cheaper than anything at Posh even without the incentives. Hate to say it but we're way over priced but understand why it is that way. Before all those rose tinted sunglasses come out today

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Re: Season tickets

Postby bristleposh » 01 Apr 2017, 16:44

Brilliant idea, why don't we come up with something like that 84th year next year £84 if we sold say 6,000
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Re: Season tickets

Postby Teessider » 02 Apr 2017, 15:12

Just renewed mine online ... only thing is my youngest son wants one now.. would I have to go to the ticket office as he has no client number etc ???

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Re: Season tickets

Postby Brianposh » 02 Apr 2017, 18:24

Teessider wrote:Just renewed mine online ... only thing is my youngest son wants one now.. would I have to go to the ticket office as he has no client number etc ???


Personally, I would, or telephone the ticket Office.
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Re: Season tickets

Postby HantsPosh » 02 Apr 2017, 18:41

Teessider wrote:Just renewed mine online ... only thing is my youngest son wants one now.. would I have to go to the ticket office as he has no client number etc ???


If he buys one online he'll be given a reference number when he registers an account.

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Re: Season tickets

Postby Chompy » 02 Apr 2017, 20:01

Our prices are insane.

Pretty sure the powers that be know there's a hardcore of fans who'll pay any price within reason.

They wouldn't pick up many additional sales by dropping the price either.

We have 4,000 or so hardcore fans and about another 20k who turn out when we make a final.

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Re: Season tickets

Postby superposh80 » 03 Apr 2017, 04:20

Teessider wrote:Just renewed mine online ... only thing is my youngest son wants one now.. would I have to go to the ticket office as he has no client number etc ???


Hope you've Tweeted Darragh that you've renewed....

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Re: Season tickets

Postby john316z » 03 Apr 2017, 12:32

superposh80 wrote:
Teessider wrote:Just renewed mine online ... only thing is my youngest son wants one now.. would I have to go to the ticket office as he has no client number etc ???


Hope you've Tweeted Darragh that you've renewed....

:clap2: :lol:

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Re: Season tickets

Postby Teessider » 04 Apr 2017, 09:33

john316z wrote:
superposh80 wrote:
Teessider wrote:Just renewed mine online ... only thing is my youngest son wants one now.. would I have to go to the ticket office as he has no client number etc ???


Hope you've Tweeted Darragh that you've renewed....

:clap2: :lol:


Don't do twitter :D


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