New ticket prices

richard_portland

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Backing Gary Caldwell, thanks Matt and good luck.
Quite happy with these, saves me a pound per game on the bank. Can't guaruntee I would go to every game so not about to get a season ticket. £12 per game is good as is £13.60 if you are unlikely to miss matches but I can pat £16 and see eighteen games for only a tenner over the early bird price and means I don't have to find the money in bulk.

Insentive for the club is if they can produce a decent home record and make me want to go all the time they then get extra money out of me, and make me more likely to think about saving money on a season ticket for the season after.
 

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Am I right in saying that pay on the gate has now ended? That you have to buy a ticket at the booth to get in to the Big Bank
 

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Am I right in saying that pay on the gate has now ended? That you have to buy a ticket at the booth to get in to the Big Bank
No. There will continue to be cash turnstiles at both entrances to the BB. If you want to sit in the stands you will of course need to get a ticket for a numbered seat from the relevant booth, but you can buy this in advance and pick the ticket up before the game.
 
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