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Discussion in 'Sunderland' started by rokerparks scoreboard, Jan 26, 2012.
That's how much newcastle are charging us for a ticket the robbing bast***s
Well I wont be there. Can't go without the bairn & I not risking his life.
But the price is shocking like.
This is true...
Take ya binoculars..
I got an email from Sky today, 2 months ESPN free, I upgarded, get to see the game for nowt then ditch ESPN
I always do take a pair of binoculars when I go there...It is by far and away the worst view for any stadium I have ever visited, and I have been to about 80 different grounds...
Well thats just decided im not going i hate giving the Bastards my money anyway. it is on my birtday as well so unless you guys are gonna buy me a ticket ill watch ESPN as well there will be plenty of pubs open
They do it to us but, our lot will not reciprocate so lets charge them Â£45 next time around, this should be for all teams and not just the barcodes.
Don't make the mistake I did and forget to cancel! they'll have your pants down the robbing ****s
Â£45 for both supporters still not on how they are charging Â£10 for this game than any other. But that's Mike Ashley for you.
Clearly have terrible eye sight.
Leazes, I've telt Stevie to give the tickets he got for me & the bairn to somebody else, just not safe for him in the Mags end.
So we shall have to cancel our meet up. Was gonna go without him but he takes the ****ing huff for days if I do.
So much like his mam him like.
No problem mate, we'll have to re-arrange on a neutral day.
Aye, nee bother.
Its **** really isnt it that I bet the majority of Mags and Mackems could actually sit together and have the craic on derby day but there is a minority that ruin it for us all. I will be watching in the pub with me mates, brother and Dad. There will be a mixture of Mags and Mackems, I can bet we get through the game without killing each other.
With a bit of luck I should be there, binoculars at the ready...
Been to the last 3 games up there but due to saving for other things I'm going to be keeping my Â£45 in my pocket this time. Gotta say I enjoy at james and the view. I've got good eyes though so don't have a problem seeing the water tower at south shields and hebburn flats.
This is a good deed by Villa..
Marc Albrighton and Gary Gardner were on hand at Boldmere Primary School for the launch of an innovative new scheme this afternoon.
The dynamic duo helped unveil a ticketing scheme which will benefit schools across Birmingham.
The 'Tickets for Schools' initiative will enable children from across the city to experience live Barclays Premier League football and, in addition, will enable schools to raise money for equipment and other activities.
Villa are donating 1,000 FREE tickets to local primary schools for every top-flight home fixture, starting with the game against QPR on Wednesday February 1.
Participating primary schools can sell these tickets at a small, discretionary fee to U12 pupils on a first-come, first-served basis.
All funds generated will go towards sports equipment, computers and books.
SAFC have been doing a similar thing for years now Comm, not sure for how long but it's at least six years.
That's how I got my boy into it, he went to his first game at 4yo & he's 10 now. The last time the school offered tickets to the kids you could get two for 20 notes.