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  • The club has done a fantastic job, there's no doubt about that, and we're all grateful to be sticking it to the big boys while our rivals squirm around in obscurity. That said, I don't see the logic in continually hiking ticket prices. It's unsustainable. To admit that they're about to raise them AGAIN after bagging the most lucrative TV deal in football history is just naked greed. I wouldn't mind if the club were capable of structuring match day tickets properly, but we've ended up in a situation where matches like Stoke are considered Tier A, and cost 'casual' fans £46.50 including booking fee. To get up from Brighton, pay for fuel, food and drink, you're looking at £100 for 90 minutes. I don't think so. I've been a season ticket for many years, so I'd hardly consider myself a casual fan, but I won't be held to ransom by the club. It could quite easily reduce matchday prices and still make vast profits. It's not smart to test the loyalty and patience of your fans - maybe they won't be able to bring along their kids, and bang goes your next generation of fans.

    Kristan Reed

    Friday, November 23, 2012

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