Season tickets - 2022/23 - on sale

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I'm guaranteed my spot on the Big Bank for a cup game.

Maybe I won't renew and save some money. Thanks for the money saving tip!
 

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Great opening post and the modern technology really does offer the chance to be very innovative. I don't how practical these ideas are or how popular they would be but you could autmoatically offer fans a free ticket to a sixth match when they've bought tickets to five matches or a Saturdays only season ticket that automatically refunds fans if a game is moved from a Saturday.
 

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Great opening post and the modern technology really does offer the chance to be very innovative. I don't how practical these ideas are or how popular they would be but you could autmoatically offer fans a free ticket to a sixth match when they've bought tickets to five matches or a Saturdays only season ticket that automatically refunds fans if a game is moved from a Saturday.
I think flexibility is the key. People want to support the club as much as possible, but with the squeeze on finances people need to feel they are getting value. I often cannot attend evening games due to work so haven't had a season ticket for years, so I like the idea of a Saturday only ticket. Alternatively the credit back for missed games is a cracking suggestion. I'd get a season ticket if I knew I'd build up a credit for any games I couldn't attend.
 

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I think flexibility is the key. People want to support the club as much as possible, but with the squeeze on finances people need to feel they are getting value. I often cannot attend evening games due to work so haven't had a season ticket for years, so I like the idea of a Saturday only ticket. Alternatively the credit back for missed games is a cracking suggestion. I'd get a season ticket if I knew I'd build up a credit for any games I couldn't attend.
I agree. The traditional season ticket does feel like a very old-fashioned one-size-fits-all solution and the modern technology does hopefully offer the chance for some interesting and innovative solutions.
 

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A quick scan around other clubs does suggest however that our prices are typically higher than elsewhere. I paid £414 for an adult ticket and £99 for my 6 year old at the early bird. At Mansfield (for example) seats cost £375 and £0 for under 7's. Cardiff is £329 + £49 (seating along the side).
Just done the same, and actually I'd argue that our prices are much higher than elsewhere.

Prices for seats along the side elsewhere (this is a combination of 21/22 and 22/23 prices):
£250 Salford
£295 Scunny
£315 Newport
£360 Crawley
£362 Carlisle
£357 Walsall
£342 Tranmere
£320 Swindon
£400 Stevenage

I've not looked at every league two club and I couldn't find the info for some others, but Bristol Rovers was the only place which was more expensive than SJP (for seats along the side of the pitch) at £440. I also didn't note the prices for kids, but they appeared much cheaper.
 

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Just done the same, and actually I'd argue that our prices are much higher than elsewhere.

Prices for seats along the side elsewhere (this is a combination of 21/22 and 22/23 prices):
£250 Salford
£295 Scunny
£315 Newport
£360 Crawley
£362 Carlisle
£357 Walsall
£342 Tranmere
£320 Swindon
£400 Stevenage

I've not looked at every league two club and I couldn't find the info for some others, but Bristol Rovers was the only place which was more expensive than SJP (for seats along the side of the pitch) at £440. I also didn't note the prices for kids, but they appeared much cheaper.
You have to pay for quality ;)
 

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Just done the same, and actually I'd argue that our prices are much higher than elsewhere.

Prices for seats along the side elsewhere (this is a combination of 21/22 and 22/23 prices):
£250 Salford
£295 Scunny
£315 Newport
£360 Crawley
£362 Carlisle
£357 Walsall
£342 Tranmere
£320 Swindon
£400 Stevenage

I've not looked at every league two club and I couldn't find the info for some others, but Bristol Rovers was the only place which was more expensive than SJP (for seats along the side of the pitch) at £440. I also didn't note the prices for kids, but they appeared much cheaper.
I would be interested how we compare in terms of our cheapest tickets. I may have a look.
 
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