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Kelty EOS league thread , the biggest and the best one , get this one tae ****.;)

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14 minutes ago, gogsy said:

Kelty EOS league thread , the biggest and the best one , get this one tae ****.;)

Too true but we are hopefully no longer in EOS  neebur

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13 minutes ago, Kelheart said:

Too true but we are hopefully no longer in EOS  neebur

There's usually a gtf day on pieandbovril when all  the teams that are promoted/relegated move forums.:lol:

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3 minutes ago, gogsy said:

There's usually a gtf day on pieandbovril when all  the teams that are promoted/relegated move forums.:lol:

Lol well hopefully we are gtf ti the LL

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4 hours ago, Kelheart said:

Hopefully won’t  come back to haunt me but we are here (almost) mon the Kelty

Hopefully you get turned over 5 0 in the 2nd leg for starting this thread, yes, it could happen 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*wont happen 

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Kelty confirm prices of £7 adults / £4 concessions.

'HL practice' is followed with a £2 / £1 supplement to sit in their new grandstand.

STs are £105 / £60 and £135 / £90 respectively, but an "early-bird" offer means £90 / £50 and £120 / £75 for now.

U12s free.

http://www.keltyhearts.co.uk/season-tickets-admission/4594315397

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£7 is extortionate, probably a £1 a goal scored, instead of this season past 50p a goal scored average 

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1 hour ago, heedthebaa said:

£7 is extortionate, probably a £1 a goal scored, instead of this season past 50p a goal scored average 

:lol:

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36 minutes ago, Craig the Hunter said:

I don't like the supplement for a seat thing at all. Any HL game I've been to I've avoided sitting for just that reason

I remember when I 1st started going to games in the mid 70s everyone took a surcharge for a seat in the stand.

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I know at the vast majority of clubs this season the price was £5-6 entry in Lowland league, I think I will wait to see what these same clubs are next season before making comment. If these same clubs are increasing their prices then £7 isn't unreasonable in my opinion.

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I know at the vast majority of clubs this season the price was £5-6 entry in Lowland league, I think I will wait to see what these same clubs are next season before making comment. If these same clubs are increasing their prices then £7 isn't unreasonable in my opinion.
Spartans and BSC were definitely £7 this season, which is fine. It's still great value. I'll just not be taking a seat when I visit Kelty next season!

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Shire were £8 this season.

£7 is still roughly half of what clubs are charging in the league above.

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Average this season was £5.93, Kelty's extra £1 takes it up to a nice round £6.

I suppose as long as the product on the field is good enough then people will keep watching, and presumably the extra is going towards infrastructure improvements.

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36 minutes ago, Craig the Hunter said:
38 minutes ago, gogsy said:
I know at the vast majority of clubs this season the price was £5-6 entry in Lowland league, I think I will wait to see what these same clubs are next season before making comment. If these same clubs are increasing their prices then £7 isn't unreasonable in my opinion.

Spartans and BSC were definitely £7 this season, which is fine. It's still great value. I'll just not be taking a seat when I visit Kelty next season!

I suppose they have made a big investment in the stand £300k i'm sure it said so I suppose they have to make money to justify doing so.

After all they could have just left the ground the way it was at least they are now giving people the choice of having a covered seat if they want one some folk I imagine who like to sit at the football will pay the surcharge and people who like standing will just carry on as normal I suppose.

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37 minutes ago, drs said:

Shire were £8 this season.

£7 is still roughly half of what clubs are charging in the league above.

Aye off the top of my head in was £12-£13 at L2 grounds this season although Peterhead had a £2 extra change for their stand taking it up to £14.

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Shire were £12 in League Two so as far as home fans were concerned £8 was a fair wee drop in price. £6 would have been too steep a drop in terms of previous income. 

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