[Official Site] 2018/19 Season Matchday Pricing Confirmed

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  1. Newsbot

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    2018/19 Season Matchday Pricing Confirmed
    Club News

    Barnsley Football Club can today confirm matchday ticket prices for the forthcoming 2018/19 Sky Bet League One campaign.

    Continue reading on the official site...
     
  2. Barnsley Loyal

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    I presume they are advertising north stand prices for away fans.

    Surely they haven’t decided to split the away end ?
     
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    Interesting to see what this means for flexi tickets. Just not having them this year?
     
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    Seen ruins in better conditions, is that a tree growing out of chimney
     
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    Could be worse I suppose. £23 for a ticket on the Ponty isn't bad and at least they have done away with the wanky category system they used to have...
     
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    I'm a season ticket holder so it doesn't matter to me...but I think we have got it spot on here in every price in ever stand. A few quid saving for buying in advance, around a tenner if a family buy in advance, and the ponty end is only £25 max even on the gate! Cheap tickets for u19s and u12s - everyone should be happy with these prices rather than paying £36 one week and £28 another week!
     
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    I think most would rather pay 36 to watch us play say Sheffield Wednesday in the championship, then 25 quid against anyone in league one. It's good the catergories have gone and should we get promoted I hope it stays that way. We go to watch Barnsley so whoever the heck we are playing shouldn't have a say on the price charged. For example last season the South Yorkshire derbies should have been the same price for our fans as when we played Burton or Millwall.
     
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    Probably previous ownership. Boooooooo. Oh wait. We might have to stop blaming them for everything now. Damn.
     
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    The pricing is better than last year but I would still love to see a proper explanation for why a 5 year old has to pay just five quid if Beth sells them a ticket from the box office but a massive £20 if Dave sells them one from a turnstile in the back of the west stand
     
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    Nobody has blamed them for everything. People have rightly criticised them for decisions made under their ownership
     
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    Was tongue in cheek. Some people have blamed them for everything mind. Including the recent Ebola outbreak.
     
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    I would expect the category system go return if we went back up. Purely a guess I admit.
     
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    This is for every game? If so, that's a hell of a lot better than it has been.
     
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    I wouldn’t rather pay £36 to watch us play the fowls or anyone else for that matter £23 /25 to play. Sunderland sounds a good deal Not that it really matters to me
    Still would like us to do a 5 game flexi ticket at say£20 per game but guess that’s not that likely this year
     
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    If you read amount of moaning on social media about it last year then they probably wouldn't
     
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    I can completely understand a, let's say 25-50% increase on tickets purchased in advance. After all, by buying in advance it allows the club to plan stewarding and possible catering levels much more accurately than if the same fan just turns up on the day. But a 300% increase is a bit excessive.

    Overall though, really good pricing policy in my opinion...
     
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    Brilliant pricing that, well done to Chien amd the team.

    Can someone post the prices last time at this level?
     
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    Got to be honest, I find the prices a little steep. Emphasis on the little because it could have been a lot worse.

    If we are doing well, great. If not and on a cold Sat afternoon in February we are playing Wycombe, I can't see many people strolling up and paying £25 - £27.
     
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