Matchday prices

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  1. originallambrettaman

    originallambrettaman Mod Moderator
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    No catagories this season, the prices are the same for all games:

    West Stand
    Adult £26
    Senior 60+ £16
    Ambulant Disabled £16
    16-22 Year-Olds £16
    Junior - 11-15 Year-Olds £12
    Junior 10 and Under £5**
    Wheelchair & Helper £16

    WEST FAMILY AREAS
    Family Junior 11-15 £5
    Family Junior 10 and Under £3
    Family Under 5s FREE

    East Stand
    Adult £24
    Senior 60+ £14
    Ambulant Disabled £14
    16-22 Year-Olds £14
    Junior 11-15 Year-Olds £10
    Junior 10 and Under £5
    Wheelchair & Helper £14

    EAST FAMILY AREAS
    Family Junior 11-15 £5
    Family Junior 10 and Under £3
    Family Under 5s FREE

    South Stand
    Adult £24
    Senior 60+ £14
    Ambulant Disabled £14
    16-22 Year-Olds £14
    Junior - 11-15 Year-Olds £10
    Junior 10 and Under £5
    Wheelchair & Helper £14

    SOUTH FAMILY AREAS
    Family Junior 11-15 £5
    Family Junior 10 and Under £3
    Family Under 5s FREE

    http://www.hullcityafc.net/page/NewsDetail/0,,10338~2386941,00.html

    No mention of the North, I assume it's the same as the South
     
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  2. fozmaster

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    OLM do you know the prices for the pre season games been announced and when do they go on sale?

    Will be away for Liverpool & Blackpool which is a shame, but will be back for Macclesfield i think it is!

    Thnx

    UTT
     
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  3. mussiesredhat

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    do you know if there are any contingencies to shuffle the away fans from behind the goal. Or was that never more than another Allam 'pie in the sky' (First To Play On The Moon equivalent) type comment from the start?
     
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  4. robingram02

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    Liverpool is £12 for adults £6 for pensioners 22-11 yr olds and £3 for under 10's.

    Ferriby is all turnstiles, and won't be very much.

    Don't think the rest have been mentioned yet!
     
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    Guess we should be thankful we didnt get promoted....dunno about Norwich n Swansea but DQPRs tickets gone up a staggering 40%!!..much to the annoyance of their core support.
     
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  6. amberosia

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    Apparently some health and safety jobsworth decreed that as you can't ensure away fans sit down it would be dangerous to put away fans in the West Stand Upper as it is too steep. Have these idiots ever watched games from foreign grounds, like Boca Juniors where the stands are almost sheer? So' it is accepted that away fans don't have to follow stadium regulations but Cooper's Gons will still enforce them with home fans? Expect the crap atmosphere, where a handful of away fans make more noise than 20,000 home fans to continue. Not helped by some of our own fans moaning and bleating about people standing and making a noise (one complained his daughter couldn't foloow what Man U and Liverpool were doing on her radio).
     
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  7. amberosia

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    Our prices are more than reaonable compare to a lot of other clubs in our division.

    And, in some circumstances, it can be cheaper for people to watch city than eggchasing at the KC.
     
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  8. originallambrettaman

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    The moving of the away fans isn't down to the Assem, it's being completely driven by AP. He still wants to move them, probably into one of the North corners, but it's not going to happen for this season, the OB and Cooper have put the mockers on that, but I understand it's still being discussed for the 2011/12 season.
     
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    This season is 11/12!
     
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  10. originallambrettaman

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    Sorry, I meant 2012/13 obviously.
     
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    That is ridiculous however not unexpected as its the typical safety talk over and over again. When will they learn that its not dangerous to stand up. I don't see them complaining when people stand up to have a halftime sandwich or whatever. The whole seating thing is pointless because if there saying its because some people cant see then it doesn't matter because when people are seated they will start standing up when the ball gets close to the goal , which in some peoples mind is the most important part of the match. I've been to the west upper before and I wouldn't say its steeper than wigan away or stoke or as i've been told newcastle too. We'll just have to wait until next year and then we should all buy out the tickets in the east stand and get summut going.
     
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  12. N

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    Assuming the Liverpool game doesn't sellout, will we be able to walk up on the day and get tickets?

    I've never booked tickets on the phone because I usually have a season Ticket or use the ebsite. If you ring the ticket office do they send them to you in the post?
     
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  13. mussiesredhat

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    ever been to wigan? its like the north face of the eiger
     
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  14. woodmanseytiger

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    How much are the seats as close to the dug out as you can get, I suppose they are very hard to get hold of nowadays anyway. I have been thinking of trying to move down there for a while but have never bothered inquering about them.

    UTT
     
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  15. Hank Scorpio

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    Yes or you can get pick them up at the ticket office.
     
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  16. originallambrettaman

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    The seats behind the dug-outs are the Premier Club members seats.
     
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  17. The FRENCH TICKLER

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    What were they doing on her radio ? Did they break it and if so did they pay for a new one.

    As for Health and Safety Simply dont go there. I work in that field and am so desperate to get out of it. In all my years i have never come accross such ready made rules for those who love to ruin peoples lives and enjoyment. My tip is move to another country as Health & Safety is and will end up killing this country nevermind Hull.

    Until the upper tier is added and the away fans can be moved in there on there own nowt will change @ the KFC.
     
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  18. Hull City AFC (Ricardo)

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    They won't have gone up much, QPR have been losing near enough £15M a season and not selling out. Next season they know they'll sell out even at the new prices so they're trying to recover some of the losses they've incurred getting there in the first place. And it's no good saying the PL money will cover that, when the accounts come out for this year we're expecting the club to be in negative equity to the tune of £30M so most of the PL money/parachute payments are needed to pay off the ridiculously excessive debts.
     
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