Discussion in 'The Hornets' Nest - Watford Chat' started by bogsider, Oct 2, 2007.
So what would you call a fair price ?
About £15, £20 tops at this level. Silly prices are charged for decent top level sides, not yo-yo clubs like ourselves playing in the second tier of English football
Agree that £30 is hysterical.
But to be frank its a mugs game to pay more even to watch premier teams.
£40 to watch the Arse flatten some no-hopers? - no thanks.
£50 to watch Chelsea? Big flippin' yawn.
like your fast editing
our club take the pi*s
11.50 for a 16-18 year old to go and see watford at coventry
sensible tickets prices at coventry even tho they have a brand new ground
everywhere i have been this session have somthing like a young adult ticket for the ages of 16-21.
at watford you pay 30 quid to sit in a sh*t ground and probly have a not so good view
It was £15 for students and young adults on the gate on Tuesday night ???
what about your average saturday game?
an how much do the away fans pay for a saturday game here?
It's always 15 quid for those age categories, whether it's Hull or West Brom.
no disrespect mate but if you don't like it then don't go.
ive had a season ticket for most of my life, but i feel its taking the p*ss a bit to charge more than clubs with much better facilities
£15 is pretty average for this level. Some clubs don't even have a category for over 16s other than adult (like Scunthorpe - £18) while Coventry is pretty much an exception. It's good of them though.
i think alot of other clubs make it good value for young people to watch them
at hull city for example under 16's pay 9 quid to watch them at home
and the most a adult will pay is 23
for two adults and two children to go and watch a hull home game, in a brand new stadium will cost 50 quid
yet for the same at watford it would cost 70
What's the capacity now? Is 15-16000 a good crowd for a team that's top of the table?
I don't want to see the kids a quid again with those frigging thunderstix but some fairly regular decently priced promotions to attract the new fan would be a good idea.
Merged with Bogsiders original on the same subject.
While I agree that the price was probably a bit OTT, I disagree totally with the "sh*t ground" statement. QPR was a sh*t ground and charged £22 for the privelage of no space, no chance of a drink at halftime and a cr4p view for many. At Watford I get a good seat, with legroom and a decent view, easy to get in and out, a bl00dy good bar with TV's everywhere.
Fair point - but like many of the others in this thread I think £15-20, possibly £25 at a push would be fairer for pay on the day tickets. I would say that the reason ticket prices are higher is that we're competing at a high level (in our respective league) and that with the building work/new bars/merchandising the club wants to keep a steady income, but surely we've got a sizeable chunk in the bank with the sales of Ash and Boozer in mind, the parachute payments, TV rights, sponsorship and so forth.
Whilst we're on that point - whatever happened to the 'Buy Back The Vic' collections at every match? From what I can remember that money was never used to repurchase the ground, as my understanding was we took out a loan for that. If I'm wrong feel free to clear up my confusion.
for me buying it back was neva a quiston, it was why did we sell it in the first place, never realy understood why.
It was used, but it was only a small percentage of the overall cost.
Are you sure? Don't remember reading anything about it.
Fair play. My mistake. Thanks for cheering that up mate
the club needed the money to keep going.