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Pricing for next season


Life President
Jan 21, 2007
Looking back, we had a period of very low crowds from the mid 90s to the early 00s.

The period of Tilly, Sturrock, PB helped to sustain a healthy fan base and decent season card numbers.

Even for the last few years we have been blessed with great support despite being absolute garbage.

It's insane to think that the last time most of us attended we were in league 1 and the next in the national league.

The next seasons pricing will be massively important.

Let's be honest we have a relatively large stadium by conference standards and with little away support to visit, it would be great to try and maximise numbers with better costing.

Unfortunately I can see Ron keeping season card prices high and matchday prices equally as high.

It would be great to really price well to encourage 5k season cards in place.

Adults £199
OAP/16-21/services £149
Under 16 £99
Under 8s £39 with a full paying adult.

Matchday prices £22

This would really incentivise a big take up as it would work out very good value.