g88ner wrote:mikeyb772001 wrote:I don't care what the club charge. If I sell the odd game at 25 quid, I lose out.
35 is still face value, my st is 990! So no chance will I sell at 25
no it's not.
If you sell for £35, when the real face value is £25, you're basically using them to subsidise your cat A ticket by overcharging some poor soul to watch Wigan or Sunderland.
You say you're "losing out" by selling at real face value, but you're not - you just don't like the idea of paying more to watch cat A games... and I can assure you, we all feel a bit aggrieved at cat A prices, but I'm not sure the answer is to ask someone else to help you lower that cost by overcharging them for less glamorous games.
Yes, maybe people will still buy from you at above face value, but it doesn't make it right, I'm afraid. No matter how you dress it up.
TeeCee wrote:Fulham and QPR cat B?? Why? They are mickey mouse clubs with mickey mouse support and are as attractive as a bird with cold sores!
I Hate Hleb wrote:My feeling is that it's more PR and what the club is apparently 'giving' with one hand, is being snatched away by the other. As most tickets in the North Bank pricing example used by the club are held by ST holders and won't be available to buy for Cat C games, isn't the reality that it's the Upper Tier tickets which are the ones that the club will be really trying to get rid of and they sure as hell won't be anywhere near the £25.50 being boasted about!!
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