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What do you think of Norwich City’s ticket pricing for Spurs cup tie?

PUBLISHED: 17:38 04 October 2012

Alex Tettey hits Norwich City's winner against Doncaster Rovers with a lovely effort from distance.

Alex Tettey hits Norwich City's winner against Doncaster Rovers with a lovely effort from distance.

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Norwich City have confirmed ticket prices for their Capital One Cup fourth round tie with Tottenham Hotspur at Carrow Road on Wednesday, October 31.

A seat for the game set to take place on Halloween night (7.45pm) will cost £30 for adults, £20 for those over-65, £15 for under-16s and £5 for those under-12.

However, that news has been met by grumbles from some Canaries fans on Twitter who feel the prices are too high.

They say it may mean Carrow Road is not a sell out for City’s first outing in the last 16 of the League Cup since 1995-96.

So what do you think – have Norwich City got their prices right for Spurs? Or does it come with the territory as far as football is concerned in this country?

Some Twitter reaction

Donald Parish (@canary_don): #NCFC have got this wrong. Understand commercial need but £30 is hard on loyal fans. Our best chance is with a full house.

Rosso (@rosswelsh21): If you ask me £30 is a joke! For league cup game yet again the club like to take us for all we have!

Jamie Allison (@jallison31): Lower prices mean newer fans might go, thus making money through merchandising and encouraging them to go to more games.

Phil Harris (kingswell): Game screams £25 to me. Looks & feels right. Extra fiver just seems grasping & may put people off on principle. #ncfc

Add to the debate by using the hashtags #edp24 or #en24 with your tweet, or leave a comment below…

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