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Re: Memberships/ Ticket prices 2018/19

Postby Norfolk & Chance » 10 May 2018, 15:08

barnetjohn wrote:
Jon83 wrote:
A quick look at Orient's next season, purely on the basis that they are a London club, shows the cheapest adult ticket to be £179 (Baskin Robbins Stand) with the most expensive being £299 (East & West Stands). Their article indicates these are frozen prices so assume these were the same last season.


Amazing pun there!


I had to Google it !! :-)
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Re: Memberships/ Ticket prices 2018/19

Postby Jon83 » 10 May 2018, 15:29

eastbarnetsupporter wrote:The main issue with the pricing is attracting the day trippers and friends of bees who might come along for the odd game.

Any mention of £25 or even £19 to friends or acquaintances is met with shock & disbelief.


Exactly this.

Mind you, looking at the reaction to MAs departure, TK's gonna have to let us in for free next season!
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Re: Memberships/ Ticket prices 2018/19

Postby eastbarnetsupporter » 10 May 2018, 15:45

They just won't stomach £25 or £19 to see league 2 and now conference football. It's a very hard sale.
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Re: Memberships/ Ticket prices 2018/19

Postby MCB » 10 May 2018, 15:46

Jon83 wrote:
eastbarnetsupporter wrote:The main issue with the pricing is attracting the day trippers and friends of bees who might come along for the odd game.

Any mention of £25 or even £19 to friends or acquaintances is met with shock & disbelief.


Exactly this.

Mind you, looking at the reaction to MAs departure, TK's gonna have to let us in for free next season!


Why does no-one use their memberships to save their mates 15%? £21 or £16 is what my mates pay!
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Re: Memberships/ Ticket prices 2018/19

Postby MCB » 10 May 2018, 16:25

Just as a comparison:

Aldershot early bird offer: Adult prices remain just £340 for seating and £300 for terrace tickets

2018-19 matchday prices £20 for seating and £18 standing

More expensive that I thought.
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Re: Memberships/ Ticket prices 2018/19

Postby BEEGONE » 10 May 2018, 18:52

MCB wrote:That's a bloody good question, but I doubt you'll get an answer anytime soon. I assume the North stand redevelopment will also be on hold?

Still, at least we're not as badly prepared as Chesterfield who were unaware of a Conference rule that team kits cannot be black or dark navy blue because referees still wear black in the 5th division. They've only gone and ordered 500 of them...

https://twitter.com/ChesterfieldFC/status/994238970522406913


The money from the sale of Underhill needs to be used regardless of what league we are in for Tax purposes. :Drink1:
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Re: Memberships/ Ticket prices 2018/19

Postby eastbarnetsupporter » 11 May 2018, 10:35

MCB wrote:
Jon83 wrote:
eastbarnetsupporter wrote:The main issue with the pricing is attracting the day trippers and friends of bees who might come along for the odd game.

Any mention of £25 or even £19 to friends or acquaintances is met with shock & disbelief.


Exactly this.

Mind you, looking at the reaction to MAs departure, TK's gonna have to let us in for free next season!


Why does no-one use their memberships to save their mates 15%? £21 or £16 is what my mates pay!


I don't even have a membership myself. I go to about 8 home games a season (and maybe one or two away) paying full price every time. It hurts even for me to pay £25 for the West stand but I still pay what it is to see my team play. It's hard to stomach for a barnet fan like myself let alone a football neutral friend who might come for the odd game.
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Re: Memberships/ Ticket prices 2018/19

Postby hoppy » 11 May 2018, 10:47

My guess is that many fans will wait to see who the new manager is before renewing their memberships.
Yesterday morning, probably like most Bees fans, I was under the illusion that Martin Allen would be at the helm next season. With MA I would not have complained too much if prices stay at the existing level. The new manager has got to be someone REALLY special to tempt me to renew at existing prices.
I am hoping for (but not expecting) a price reduction.
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Re: Memberships/ Ticket prices 2018/19

Postby MCB » 11 May 2018, 10:57

eastbarnetsupporter wrote:I don't even have a membership myself. I go to about 8 home games a season (and maybe one or two away) paying full price every time. It hurts even for me to pay £25 for the West stand but I still pay what it is to see my team play. It's hard to stomach for a barnet fan like myself let alone a football neutral friend who might come for the odd game.


If you go to 7 home games a season and sit in the West, it is worth getting a £2 per month Hive Membership - you save money by your 7th game and £3.75 every game afterwards, and of course for any friends tickets.

If you stand, you need to attend 9 games to make it worth your while.

However, you can buy cheaper tickets for your friends as well. And you can take advantage of the multiple offers that come along as well (i.e. you'd get 15% off the £10 terrace ticket offers and so on).

If you have a kid (U17) - they can get a membership for £1 a month and get themselves a £1 ticket, and still get you a 15% ticket (not advertised but you can). This is in effect a season ticket for them for £35 for the West Stand (compared to £84 for a Barnet FC U17 membership), just a bit more fiddly as they have to order a ticket for every game.

IMO, the Hive Membership is the best value thing the club offers if you're not definitely going to attend every game.

Also I don't pay it since I changed banks, and have been unable to update my bank details with them despite multiple telephone calls, promises of 'right person calling back' and even going to the ticket offer to pay the small amount due. I get arsey emails once every 3 months, but I can't be bothered trying anymore, and they havn't turned off my membership yet.
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Re: Memberships/ Ticket prices 2018/19

Postby pauln50 » 11 May 2018, 11:55

as an aside, is there a commentary service for National league teams? I assume ifollow is EFL only.
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Re: Memberships/ Ticket prices 2018/19

Postby John_c » 11 May 2018, 12:35

pauln50 wrote:as an aside, is there a commentary service for National league teams? I assume ifollow is EFL only.
Unlikely.

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Re: Memberships/ Ticket prices 2018/19

Postby John_c » 11 May 2018, 12:36

MCB wrote:
eastbarnetsupporter wrote:

Also I don't pay it since I changed banks, and have been unable to update my bank details with them despite multiple telephone calls, promises of 'right person calling back' and even going to the ticket offer to pay the small amount due. I get arsey emails once every 3 months, but I can't be bothered trying anymore, and they havn't turned off my membership yet.


Classic :-)

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Re: Memberships/ Ticket prices 2018/19

Postby PBBee » 11 May 2018, 14:06

John_c wrote:
pauln50 wrote:as an aside, is there a commentary service for National league teams? I assume ifollow is EFL only.
Unlikely.

I use Tapatalk like the cool kids


I’m sure we used to have commentary in the conference a few years ago on Barnet player?
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Re: Memberships/ Ticket prices 2018/19

Postby jerroll » 11 May 2018, 14:15

I would suspect commentary yes but no pictures.
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Re: Memberships/ Ticket prices 2018/19

Postby ccollis_869 » 11 May 2018, 14:16

jerroll wrote:I would suspect commentary yes but no pictures.

I'm not so sure, it will have to be set up differently to this season as the player is run by the EFL
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