2022/23 Season Tickets

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letchbee94
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334533Post letchbee94 »

b4life wrote: 25 May 2022, 08:44 If you compare us against other London based National League clubs, with the exception of the U17 price, we are easily the most expensive both in terms of match day and season ticket prices. The only club that comes close to us is Dagenham, but you can easily get cheaper tickets there by buying early or standing. We'll be publishing a comparison shortly and then asking TK for his comments on why we're all paying a 'premium' price. Are we going to get a 'premium' team next season? These other clubs don't have half the additional income streams we do.
Look forward to hearing how you get on with TK, Good luck.
DerekRocholl
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334537Post DerekRocholl »

b4life wrote: 25 May 2022, 08:44 If you compare us against other London based National League clubs, with the exception of the U17 price, we are easily the most expensive both in terms of match day and season ticket prices. The only club that comes close to us is Dagenham, but you can easily get cheaper tickets there by buying early or standing. We'll be publishing a comparison shortly and then asking TK for his comments on why we're all paying a 'premium' price. Are we going to get a 'premium' team next season? These other clubs don't have half the additional income streams we do.
It’s good to hear that the Supporters Association is prepared to challenge Kleanthous to justify these absurd prices. Well done.
lemming3k
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334544Post lemming3k »

Bromley offering a short term deal for season tickets at £97. Almost £300 cheaper than ours. Obvious attempt to retain support from the weekend but that's top draw marketing on their part and they will have a lot of support next year.
Roy57
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334546Post Roy57 »

Season tickets
Borehamwood - £185 instalments =£200
Dagenham - £260 terrace £340
Dorking wanderers - standing £230
Notts County - £276 to £345
Torquay - terrace £306 to £342
Southend £295 general admission
Altrincham - £295 ( not sure for what this is.
Woking - £219 under 16 £49
Wealdstone - Standing £275
thebeekeeper
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334550Post thebeekeeper »

Roy57 wrote: 26 May 2022, 16:09 Season tickets
Borehamwood - £185 instalments =£200
Dagenham - £260 terrace £340
Dorking wanderers - standing £230
Notts County - £276 to £345
Torquay - terrace £306 to £342
Southend £295 general admission
Altrincham - £295 ( not sure for what this is.
Woking - £219 under 16 £49
Wealdstone - Standing £275
Crazy that Southend United's season tickets are £100 cheaper than ours :shock:
chesbee
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Location: Cheshunt Herts

Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334577Post chesbee »

Do you know concession prices for these clubs ?
Thanks
becbee
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334578Post becbee »

I appreciate that we are only selling ST tickets for the Stand but you can't compare prices to stand on a draughty terrace in the elements and with a poorer view with those to sit under cover with an excellent view. At very least both figures need to be used in the comparison.
b4life
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334581Post b4life »

The supporters association is in proactive dialogue with the club regarding season tickets. Watch this space.
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tonbridgebee
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334592Post tonbridgebee »

b4life wrote: 28 May 2022, 18:50 The supporters association is in proactive dialogue with the club regarding season tickets. Watch this space.
Good stuff Mark, I hope he actually listens because I've seen very little across here and social media to suggest we're even gonna get close to the same number of sold tickets for this last season. Oh, and while you're there ask him why he's cut the budget from last year......
letchbee94
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334613Post letchbee94 »

Budget cut? That would be interesting to hear about if true.
thebeekeeper
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334614Post thebeekeeper »

tonbridgebee wrote: 28 May 2022, 22:53
b4life wrote: 28 May 2022, 18:50 The supporters association is in proactive dialogue with the club regarding season tickets. Watch this space.
Good stuff Mark, I hope he actually listens because I've seen very little across here and social media to suggest we're even gonna get close to the same number of sold tickets for this last season. Oh, and while you're there ask him why he's cut the budget from last year......
A budget cut would be absolute madness, if anything the budget needs to increase by a significant amount to get us anywhere close to competitive in this division!

Is anyone else getting a 'last days of Rome' feel about TK's tenure as Barnet owner?

It feels like everything is trending in the wrong direction – he perhaps doesn't have the desire or financial muscle to get us back into the EFL, and maybe he's a little short on ideas in terms of growing the club too (hence, the 'squeeze what you can out of the existing fans' ST prices, rather than anything more innovative).

It's all just feels very 'poundland', no? Even down to the unimpressive kits we essentially had made ourselves (rather than using a sportswear brand) last season. We don't run an away coach, we don't run a shuttle bus, we don't run a proper academy...

Maybe I'm wrong, but there was even a rumour of a potential takeover a few weeks ago. Could this be TK cutting things to the bone before a sale, a la Mike Ashley at Newcastle?
#Beebot
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334615Post #Beebot »

thebeekeeper wrote:
tonbridgebee wrote: 28 May 2022, 22:53
b4life wrote: 28 May 2022, 18:50 The supporters association is in proactive dialogue with the club regarding season tickets. Watch this space.
Good stuff Mark, I hope he actually listens because I've seen very little across here and social media to suggest we're even gonna get close to the same number of sold tickets for this last season. Oh, and while you're there ask him why he's cut the budget from last year......
A budget cut would be absolute madness, if anything the budget needs to increase by a significant amount to get us anywhere close to competitive in this division!

Is anyone else getting a 'last days of Rome' feel about TK's tenure as Barnet owner?

It feels like everything is trending in the wrong direction – he perhaps doesn't have the desire or financial muscle to get us back into the EFL, and maybe he's a little short on ideas in terms of growing the club too (hence, the 'squeeze what you can out of the existing fans' ST prices, rather than anything more innovative).

It's all just feels very 'poundland', no? Even down to the unimpressive kits we essentially had made ourselves (rather than using a sportswear brand) last season. We don't run an away coach, we don't run a shuttle bus, we don't run a proper academy...

Maybe I'm wrong, but there was even a rumour of a potential takeover a few weeks ago. Could this be TK cutting things to the bone before a sale, a la Mike Ashley at Newcastle?
The problem is that the structure of the businesses at The Hive is such that it's not really viable to buy only the football club. It only really works as an investment if you buy the entire complex and the cost of that is out of reach for most.
thebeekeeper
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334616Post thebeekeeper »

#Beebot wrote: 29 May 2022, 17:43
thebeekeeper wrote:
tonbridgebee wrote: 28 May 2022, 22:53
b4life wrote: 28 May 2022, 18:50 The supporters association is in proactive dialogue with the club regarding season tickets. Watch this space.
Good stuff Mark, I hope he actually listens because I've seen very little across here and social media to suggest we're even gonna get close to the same number of sold tickets for this last season. Oh, and while you're there ask him why he's cut the budget from last year......
A budget cut would be absolute madness, if anything the budget needs to increase by a significant amount to get us anywhere close to competitive in this division!

Is anyone else getting a 'last days of Rome' feel about TK's tenure as Barnet owner?

It feels like everything is trending in the wrong direction – he perhaps doesn't have the desire or financial muscle to get us back into the EFL, and maybe he's a little short on ideas in terms of growing the club too (hence, the 'squeeze what you can out of the existing fans' ST prices, rather than anything more innovative).

It's all just feels very 'poundland', no? Even down to the unimpressive kits we essentially had made ourselves (rather than using a sportswear brand) last season. We don't run an away coach, we don't run a shuttle bus, we don't run a proper academy...

Maybe I'm wrong, but there was even a rumour of a potential takeover a few weeks ago. Could this be TK cutting things to the bone before a sale, a la Mike Ashley at Newcastle?
The problem is that the structure of the businesses at The Hive is such that it's not really viable to buy only the football club. It only really works as an investment if you buy the entire complex and the cost of that is out of reach for most.
I completely agree, it would - in all likelihood - be a sale of the whole Hive or nothing. It is certainly difficult to imagine who would buy the entire complex, but not impossible.

After all, even if TK isn't a particularly effective football club owner, he is an astute businessman. I would be amazed if he didn't have an end game in mind for the facility (beyond just handing it down to his children).
ETBee
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334617Post ETBee »

Do we know when STs will actually go on sale, or have I missed something - not the first time!
Underhill Glory
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334619Post Underhill Glory »

thebeekeeper wrote: 29 May 2022, 17:40
tonbridgebee wrote: 28 May 2022, 22:53
b4life wrote: 28 May 2022, 18:50 The supporters association is in proactive dialogue with the club regarding season tickets. Watch this space.
Good stuff Mark, I hope he actually listens because I've seen very little across here and social media to suggest we're even gonna get close to the same number of sold tickets for this last season. Oh, and while you're there ask him why he's cut the budget from last year......
A budget cut would be absolute madness, if anything the budget needs to increase by a significant amount to get us anywhere close to competitive in this division!

Is anyone else getting a 'last days of Rome' feel about TK's tenure as Barnet owner?

It feels like everything is trending in the wrong direction – he perhaps doesn't have the desire or financial muscle to get us back into the EFL, and maybe he's a little short on ideas in terms of growing the club too (hence, the 'squeeze what you can out of the existing fans' ST prices, rather than anything more innovative).

It's all just feels very 'poundland', no? Even down to the unimpressive kits we essentially had made ourselves (rather than using a sportswear brand) last season. We don't run an away coach, we don't run a shuttle bus, we don't run a proper academy...

Maybe I'm wrong, but there was even a rumour of a potential takeover a few weeks ago. Could this be TK cutting things to the bone before a sale, a la Mike Ashley at Newcastle?
I think it is wise to take a long pause and a cuppa before believing random rumours on the internet. We've seen it so many times lately. Those who claim to have inside knowledge are more often proved wrong than right.
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