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Thread: 33 quid for Bristol city - SOLD OUT

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    33 quid for Bristol city - SOLD OUT

    Seems rather steep !

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    Re: 33 quid for Bristol city

    True. They are probably only worth a packet of Woodbines and a used Bury scarf with their debt.

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    Re: 33 quid for Bristol city

    All part of their 25 year plan for promotion.

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    Re: 33 quid for Bristol city

    Quote Originally Posted by Armitage Shanks View Post
    Seems rather steep !
    Ridiculous price, especially when you consider that Liverpool fans paid £30 at Stamford Bridge on the weekend.

    Why on earth can the Premier League agree an away ticket price cap but the football league cant? Even £25, which isn't exactly cheap would be reasonable.

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    Re: 33 quid for Bristol city

    Just give them a tractor ! I would !{

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    Re: 33 quid for Bristol city

    Any idea what allocation we have? The number never gets quoted in the club announcements.

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    Re: 33 quid for Bristol city

    Quote Originally Posted by CrackityJones View Post
    Any idea what allocation we have? The number never gets quoted in the club announcements.
    2,300

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    Re: 33 quid for Bristol city

    Any team that does this should have the favour returned plus extra

    If Bristol City charge us £33 now we should set theirs to £45

    £20 really is plenty. Teams will often make more money per head from the away fans as they'll often eat and drink in the ground

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    Re: 33 quid for Bristol city

    I'm waiting on Sludge's opinion on this before I comment.

  10. #10

    Re: 33 quid for Bristol city

    I thought for a minute that this was news of another club being sold to a group of investors.

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    Re: 33 quid for Bristol city

    Quote Originally Posted by ccfcwelshlad View Post
    2,300
    Should sell out pretty quickly even with the ridiculous ticket prices, is it our largest allocation of the season?

  12. #12

    Re: 33 quid for Bristol city

    It’s actually £34

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    Re: 33 quid for Bristol city

    Quote Originally Posted by BLUETIT View Post
    It’s actually £34
    Do they think they are Leeds? £34 verges on extortion. But, it's a chance to watch us play, live. Pick n shovel.

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    Re: 33 quid for Bristol city

    Adult - £21
    Over 60 - £17
    Under 22 - £11
    Under 16 - £9

    That’s what we charge away fans apparently
    Would be nice if our club took a stand and said “these are our prices, however we’ll charge whatever you charge. Up to you if you want our original prices or our increased prices”. Make a big song and dance about it in the press and shame the other clubs into lowering their prices.

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    Re: 33 quid for Bristol city

    Quote Originally Posted by Canton Kev View Post
    Adult - £21
    Over 60 - £17
    Under 22 - £11
    Under 16 - £9

    That’s what we charge away fans apparently
    Would be nice if our club took a stand and said “these are our prices, however we’ll charge whatever you charge. Up to you if you want our original prices or our increased prices”. Make a big song and dance about it in the press and shame the other clubs into lowering their prices.

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    Re: 33 quid for Bristol city

    Maybe they want funds for a new statue.

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    Re: 33 quid for Bristol city

    Quote Originally Posted by Canton Kev View Post
    Would be nice if our club took a stand and said “these are our prices, however we’ll charge whatever you charge. Up to you if you want our original prices or our increased prices”. Make a big song and dance about it in the press and shame the other clubs into lowering their prices.
    That would be great, but it's not the clubs that pay for the tickets, it's the fans. So those clubs that charge extra will have no problems allowing their own fans to be charged the same ridiculous amount in return.

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    Re: 33 quid for Bristol city

    Full ticket details:

    Saturday, January 22nd, 2022. KO: 12:30pm.

    General Ticket Prices

    Adults: £33.00
    Seniors (Over 65): £30.00
    Under 25: £30.00
    Under 22: £26.00
    Under 19: £15.00
    Under 12: £10.00

    Disabled Supporters
    Disabled supporters, in receipt of DLA for middle/higher rate of care, or enhanced rate of PIP, will pay their age-appropriate rate with a personal assistant free of charge if required.
    Supporters who have any disability or access enquiries please contact Gareth Torpy (Disabled Liaison Officer at Bristol City) on 0117 9630 600 or email: supporterservices@bristol-sport.co.uk
    There are a limited number of Wheelchair Car Parking spaces available (£20 each), these must be booked in advance by contacting Gareth Torpy on the details listed above.

    On Sale Date + Selling Structure
    10am on Friday, January 7th, 2022.

    Tickets will become available to: Season Ticket Holders who have attended 3 or more away league fixtures this season & Club Members who have attended 4 or more away league fixtures this season.

    10am on Tuesday, January 11th, 2022.

    Tickets will become available to: Season Ticket Holders who have attended 2 or more away league fixtures this season & Club Members who have attended 3 or more away league fixtures this season.

    10am on Friday, January 14th, 2022.

    Tickets will become available to: Current Season Ticket Holders and Club Members.

    Purchase online: tickets.cardiffcityfc.co.uk or via phone on 033 33 11 1920.
    Strictly one ticket per qualifying supporter.

    Qualifying Fixtures: 2021/22 Away League Fixtures up to and including West Bromwich Albion.

    All tickets are subject to availability.

    Booking fee of £1 per ticket applies.

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    Re: 33 quid for Bristol city

    Quote Originally Posted by Canton Kev View Post
    Adult - £21
    Over 60 - £17
    Under 22 - £11
    Under 16 - £9

    That’s what we charge away fans apparently
    Would be nice if our club took a stand and said “these are our prices, however we’ll charge whatever you charge. Up to you if you want our original prices or our increased prices”. Make a big song and dance about it in the press and shame the other clubs into lowering their prices.
    Our prices are generally amongst the cheapest if not the actual cheapest in the league. We charge away fans what we charge home fans. League rules oblige you to charge same prices you charge home fans in a similar area in the ground.

    Bristol charge £33 to their own fans behind the opposite goal, though allow you to buy a membership and that means you can save £5 a ticket.

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