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West premier & championship season ticket cost

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Whitletts prices are £70, concessions £35, students £25 and also a £100 ticket which includes sandwiches tea/coffee and pie at half time

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£125/£65 @ Pollok
 
 

Surely at the wind up ?
Only £6 to get in to a game & £125 adds up to over £8 a game lol

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^^^^ ah, so it's for club membership which presumably gives them voting rights etc.
Explains the higher price.
Cheers.

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We’ve started a new plan £10 pm paying out £500 every month with season ticket included , going like killie pies off the shelf , happy days 

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^^^^ ah, so it's for club membership which presumably gives them voting rights etc.
Explains the higher price.
Cheers.
Should've clarified the voting rights in my initial post. Forgot not every club will use a similar structure.

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some of these are ridiculously cheap and great value.  For the cost of the  Ladeside one you wouldn't get 3 Celtic or Rangers league games.

If people have even a passing interest in their Junior side and can afford it I don't really understand why they don't get one.

Give the team money up front and even if you only go to half the games it's not as if you've been fleeced and the money will most certainly be appreciated. 

Would be really interested to see the numbers of ST sales per club. As a percentage of crowds it's probably fairly low compared to senior football which is something Junior sides could probably be working harder on.  

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Pollok membership number has always in my experience been in 3 figures but it was limited to 200 members. The season ticket and membership were merged to increase uptake of the latter, afaik.

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Quite a few clubs, even successful ones struggling to get support.Hopefully discounted season tickets will be popular but so much apathy around the juniors at the moment.

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Bankies are £80 with concessions at £40.
Same for Petershill, but now only valid for the 15 home league matches. Sectional ties used to be included but obviously had to be dropped as the gates are now split.

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Neilston must be cheapest out too two divisions £40 and £20
That's less than half price.
Fantastic value, but i would have thought the club were losing cash big time.

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3 hours ago, GNU_Linux said:

£125/£65 @ Pollok

 

2 hours ago, ex-german exile said:

Are you sure?
It would only cost £90 to pay at the gate for 15 league games.

 

2 hours ago, GNU_Linux said:

http://pollokfc.com/club/membership/

I've personally never bought a season ticket so no idea if there's further benefits besides those listed.

 

2 hours ago, ex-german exile said:

^^^^ ah, so it's for club membership which presumably gives them voting rights etc.
Explains the higher price.
Cheers.

Pollok doesn't do season tickets (the idea has been discussed at some length but not adopted).

Membership at the prices quoted DOES include a premium and confer the right to attend and vote at the AGM, join the committee etc.

It also gives entry to 15 home league games and home friendly matches. Historically it also entitled entry to home games in the group stage of the Sectional League Cup but, as gate takings now have to be shared, that idea may have to be revisited.

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1 hour ago, archieb said:

 

 

 

Pollok doesn't do season tickets (the idea has been discussed at some length but not adopted).

Membership at the prices quoted DOES include a premium and confer the right to attend and vote at the AGM, join the committee etc.

It also gives entry to 15 home league games and home friendly matches. Historically it also entitled entry to home games in the group stage of the Sectional League Cup but, as gate takings now have to be shared, that idea may have to be revisited.

Strange very strange 

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Pollok doesn't do season tickets (the idea has been discussed at some length but not adopted).
Membership at the prices quoted DOES include a premium and confer the right to attend and vote at the AGM, join the committee etc.
It also gives entry to 15 home league games and home friendly matches. Historically it also entitled entry to home games in the group stage of the Sectional League Cup but, as gate takings now have to be shared, that idea may have to be revisited.

You can go to most clubs agm’s & decide on any club business anyways if you have a season ticket & a good few even if you haven’t. Don’t know what it’s like at other clubs but at Kilbirnie if you want to join the committee you make yourself known at the agm & if the club deems you suitable your in
Not knocking Pollok here but personally don’t see any other benefits other than the sectional which as you now say will need to be changed due to shared gates

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