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    Posted: 18 Sep 2019 at 1:05pm
kicker.de had an article on the prices before the season started.

The minimum Bayern price has only limited availability (poss for repeat holders, members and / or in fan clubs). The best part is that they are the ones who piss off Hoeness the most. He complains that it is too cheap. (Maybe they don't buy any of his wurst at the games)

Paderborn may have had the largest increase after promotion. Small stadium and increased costs for operating in the top division (more security, facilities for press and corporate etc)
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Originally posted by Croftman Croftman wrote:

Some difference in Germany. They start at the below for each club

Bayern München:
 €145 
VfL Wolfsburg: €145 
TSG Hoffenheim: €150 
FC Köln: €165 
Mainz 05: €179 
RB Leipzig: €180 
Eintracht Frankfurt: €184 
Union Berlin: €187 
Bayer 04 Leverkusen: €190 
Borussia Mönchengladbach: €190 
Schalke 04: €190,50 
Werder Bremen: €195 
Fortuna Düsseldorf: €195 
SC Freiburg: €195 
Hertha BSC: €199 
FC Augsburg: €199 
Borussia Dortmund: €219 
SC Paderborn: €225
 
Excellent value.
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Some difference in Germany. They start at the below for each club

Bayern München:
 €145 
VfL Wolfsburg: €145 
TSG Hoffenheim: €150 
FC Köln: €165 
Mainz 05: €179 
RB Leipzig: €180 
Eintracht Frankfurt: €184 
Union Berlin: €187 
Bayer 04 Leverkusen: €190 
Borussia Mönchengladbach: €190 
Schalke 04: €190,50 
Werder Bremen: €195 
Fortuna Düsseldorf: €195 
SC Freiburg: €195 
Hertha BSC: €199 
FC Augsburg: €199 
Borussia Dortmund: €219 
SC Paderborn: €225
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Originally posted by Double Maxim Double Maxim wrote:

Premier League season ticket prices (cheapest to most expensive for a single seat)

1. West Ham United: £320 to £975

2. Manchester City: £325 to £950

3. Aston Villa: £350 to £684

4. Leicester City: £365 to £660

5. Burnley: £390 to £580

6. Southampton: £399 to £855

7. Sheffield United: £402.50 to £513.50

8. Newcastle United: £417 to £811

9. Everton: £420 to £565

10. Wolverhampton Wanderers: £493 to £628

11. Watford: £496 to £722

12. Manchester United: £532 to £950

13. Brighton & Hove Albion: £535 to £845

14. AFC Bournemouth: £550 to £760

15. Norwich City: £569.50 to £630.50

16. Chelsea: £595 to £1,250

17. Crystal Palace: £600 to £810

18. Liverpool: £685 to £865

19. Tottenham Hotspur: £795 to £1,995

20. Arsenal: £891 to £1,768

 

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 I know if you buy before a certain date in April for the next season at Burnley these prices are must less . I am sure my mate pays £240 for behind the goals for the season .
 All cup games are extra , now I know Arsenal give you some cup games and Europe also .
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Premier League season ticket prices (cheapest to most expensive for a single seat)

1. West Ham United: £320 to £975

2. Manchester City: £325 to £950

3. Aston Villa: £350 to £684

4. Leicester City: £365 to £660

5. Burnley: £390 to £580

6. Southampton: £399 to £855

7. Sheffield United: £402.50 to £513.50

8. Newcastle United: £417 to £811

9. Everton: £420 to £565

10. Wolverhampton Wanderers: £493 to £628

11. Watford: £496 to £722

12. Manchester United: £532 to £950

13. Brighton & Hove Albion: £535 to £845

14. AFC Bournemouth: £550 to £760

15. Norwich City: £569.50 to £630.50

16. Chelsea: £595 to £1,250

17. Crystal Palace: £600 to £810

18. Liverpool: £685 to £865

19. Tottenham Hotspur: £795 to £1,995

20. Arsenal: £891 to £1,768

 

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Originally posted by thebronze14 thebronze14 wrote:

Originally posted by Deane Deane wrote:

Think I paid £28 to get into a Blackburn match last year which I didn't think was too bad. 
That's pretty extortionate for the standard of football you'd get at Blackburn and for the economy of the area

6 goals in that game and a bar in the stadium (beat Sheff Wed 4=2), wasn't bad. They have a cracker ground to be fair. Probably a legacy from their premier league days.

I can see how it would be considered expensive, I am sure there is more value to be had in their season tickets for the regulars though. As a one off for me I thought it was okay. 
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That’s a great incentive alright. Most clubs are cheaper if you buy in advance. 
Greed has won, big finance has won. Whatever small role elite clubs still play in the local communities from which they grew is dwarfed now by their position as global brands.
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

£28 is a lot of money, especially in a town like Blackburn where money can be tight and when there is no guarantee of entertainment. That’s the price of a night in the pub( there anyway, not where I am!), an Indian or a ticket to see a band, all what a certain amount of expected enjoyment. 
Also, add in bringing a kid etc. and it really isn’t cheap. They are flogging their own fans and not encouraging new ones. I bet there wasn’t too many in there twenties there. 
 
Season ticket for under 25s is £150 there . I'm not sure if Blackburn are the same but I used to go to Elland road when leeds were in L1. If you bought in advance it was £12 cheaper than buying on the day.
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

There should be a 25/30 cap in the EFL.

Why should outsiders (League or fans etc) tell a club what they must charge?

If a well-supported team like Leeds can still attract 30k+ fans at, say, £35 a pop, why should they be held back on account of smaller clubs who cannot charge nearly so much?

It's not as if anyone imposes a minimum price i.e. clubs may charge as low as they like if they think that will attract extra fans, thereby maintaining overall revenues - eg Bradford City.

(I'm taking about home fans here - there is a sound case for saying that away ticket prices should never exceeed home ticket prices)
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Originally posted by Deane Deane wrote:

Think I paid £28 to get into a Blackburn match last year which I didn't think was too bad. 
That's pretty extortionate for the standard of football you'd get at Blackburn and for the economy of the area
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It really bugs me when you see 1/2 empty stadiums in the championship etc
Surely they can do something for the locals and give them last minute tickets on the cheap or to the local schools.
I know the risk is they may sell them on but you can always find ways to stop this. Check ticket to ID etc



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Rochdale charged Sunderland £27 for tickets earlier this season a £5 increase from last season!
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£28 is a lot of money, especially in a town like Blackburn where money can be tight and when there is no guarantee of entertainment. That’s the price of a night in the pub( there anyway, not where I am!), an Indian or a ticket to see a band, all what a certain amount of expected enjoyment. 
Also, add in bringing a kid etc. and it really isn’t cheap. They are flogging their own fans and not encouraging new ones. I bet there wasn’t too many in there twenties there. 
Greed has won, big finance has won. Whatever small role elite clubs still play in the local communities from which they grew is dwarfed now by their position as global brands.
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Think I paid £28 to get into a Blackburn match last year which I didn't think was too bad. 
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

There should be a 25/30 cap in the EFL.
 
 
Absolutely right.
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There should be a 25/30 cap in the EFL.
Greed has won, big finance has won. Whatever small role elite clubs still play in the local communities from which they grew is dwarfed now by their position as global brands.
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Leeds charging WBA fans £39 for a midweek championship match which is live on sky.

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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by Double Maxim Double Maxim wrote:

There has been a cap put on ticket prices for away fans for CL and EL matches only right too. CL £64 and EL £41.
Still too high. 
 
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