Albion reduce ticket prices again for Cup clash

The Argus: Albion fans against Reading in the third round Albion fans against Reading in the third round

Albion have again reduced ticket prices for next month’s FA Cup fifth round tie with Premier League Hull City at The Amex.

Prices for the game on the weekend of February 15/16 against Steve Bruce’s Tigers start from £15 for adults, £10 for over-65s and £5 for under-16s. Chief executive Paul Barber said: “After the success of the pricing strategy for the third round we have opted for a similar approach for the fifth round tie with Hull City.

“Again we want to encourage as many fans from both clubs, particularly families and our younger fans, to come and see the match and hopefully cheer Oscar Garcia and the team through to the quarter-final.”

As with the third-round tie with Reading, travel to and from the stadium is not included in the prices for the game in order to keep ticket prices low.

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4:25pm Mon 27 Jan 14

cgull5 says...

This is great news and should definitely ensure a full house. Thank you to PB and the club for thinking of the fans and not the coffers...!
This is great news and should definitely ensure a full house. Thank you to PB and the club for thinking of the fans and not the coffers...! cgull5

4:49pm Mon 27 Jan 14

rogerthefish says...

cgull5 wrote:
This is great news and should definitely ensure a full house. Thank you to PB and the club for thinking of the fans and not the coffers...!
The real truth is it won't be a full house and it's scandalous that fans paying for a season ticket should not pay more and no extra's..

And Brighton V Reading attendance was 20,696 far from a full house.....cgull5 you're a muppet they are not thinking of the fans its purely a commercial decision.
[quote][p][bold]cgull5[/bold] wrote: This is great news and should definitely ensure a full house. Thank you to PB and the club for thinking of the fans and not the coffers...![/p][/quote]The real truth is it won't be a full house and it's scandalous that fans paying for a season ticket should not pay more and no extra's.. And Brighton V Reading attendance was 20,696 far from a full house.....cgull5 you're a muppet they are not thinking of the fans its purely a commercial decision. rogerthefish

5:33pm Mon 27 Jan 14

cgull5 says...

rogerthefish wrote:
cgull5 wrote:
This is great news and should definitely ensure a full house. Thank you to PB and the club for thinking of the fans and not the coffers...!
The real truth is it won't be a full house and it's scandalous that fans paying for a season ticket should not pay more and no extra's..

And Brighton V Reading attendance was 20,696 far from a full house.....cgull5 you're a muppet they are not thinking of the fans its purely a commercial decision.
Jog on rogerthefish. vs Reading in the 3rd round is not comparible to Hull in the 5th round - and therefore the attence will naturally be higher and near capacity. The club could have easily jumped on the 'its the 5th round' and/or 'its a PL team' and charged £30+, so I'm just grateful they're being sensible about this. As a season ticket holder I know what's included when I signed up and, although I don't agree with payig for cup games on top, I therefore don't moan about paying for a cup tickets or extras. What I don't do is buy in to the rubbish loyalty scheme that doesn't reward loyalty.
[quote][p][bold]rogerthefish[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cgull5[/bold] wrote: This is great news and should definitely ensure a full house. Thank you to PB and the club for thinking of the fans and not the coffers...![/p][/quote]The real truth is it won't be a full house and it's scandalous that fans paying for a season ticket should not pay more and no extra's.. And Brighton V Reading attendance was 20,696 far from a full house.....cgull5 you're a muppet they are not thinking of the fans its purely a commercial decision.[/p][/quote]Jog on rogerthefish. vs Reading in the 3rd round is not comparible to Hull in the 5th round - and therefore the attence will naturally be higher and near capacity. The club could have easily jumped on the 'its the 5th round' and/or 'its a PL team' and charged £30+, so I'm just grateful they're being sensible about this. As a season ticket holder I know what's included when I signed up and, although I don't agree with payig for cup games on top, I therefore don't moan about paying for a cup tickets or extras. What I don't do is buy in to the rubbish loyalty scheme that doesn't reward loyalty. cgull5

2:10am Tue 28 Jan 14

Captain Haddock says...

Exactly the prices I thought they'd plump for. Spot on I think, Mr B!
Exactly the prices I thought they'd plump for. Spot on I think, Mr B! Captain Haddock

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