Sadly not so easy these days... at this stage many go into part time or very low paid work and may start having to pay rent to the parentals if still at home etc.. etc.. It's a cash-tight period for most!You also go from being at school to having a job, I assume the club has discounted rates for useless layabouts, er, what's the word ? Students.
Only Exeter Uni students and when bought in advance from the student guild. Pay on the gate for students (and those from elsewhere) is £12.Saw the same comment. Must be worth considering. Not easy, financially, for someone at 6th form who has turned 18.
Though if they're a student they could have got in for a fiver tomorrow.
The OP is a intresting idea.Perhaps a trial period of 5 games to see the impact on crowd figures??.....Of course like all idea's with card entry for 'students' etc,it is open to abuse as has happened in the past.Interesting idea. Incidentally the idea of a full time student discount was mooted at the Grecian Groups Forum. It was however suggested that proving this would be difficult. It would appear that Uni cards and college cards are given out to anyone who attends - not necessarily to full time students.
Mr Lincoln only ever went to Sincil Bank, surely?"You can please some of the people some of the time, all of the people some of the time, some of the people all of the time, but you can never please all of the people all of the time."
Mr A. Lincoln, Big Bank @SJP 2012.
Ok then, how about this one. How about raising the age for concessions. Why should a 60 year old who works at the same place as me, doing the same job and earns the same wages, pay alot less than me to get in. Along with that, he gets a free bus pass to get into town and the winter warming allowance to make sure his house is nice and toasty when he gets home after a cold winters evening game. What with the age of retirement going up, surely this should be taken into account.