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Apologies if any mistakes.  Will try and update with more releases.   Current news on Season Tickets / Match Day Tickets / Streaming Services

Alloa Athletic

14 Home Games / 13 Away

Official News - http://www.alloaathletic.co.uk/BlogView.aspx?pageid=2&ItemID=2051&mid=2

£170.00  - Adults

£115.00 - Senior Citizens (over 65)

£40.00 - Juvenile (under16 * please note no live streaming access at this time for juveniles)

£200.00 - Family (Adult + 1 child (£40.00 each additional child)

Match Day Prices - TBA

Streaming - News coming

Arbroath 

14 Home Games / 13 Away

Official News - https://www.arbroathfc.co.uk/arbroath-fc-2020-2021-season-tickets/

£180 - Adult

£100 - Senior Citizens (65 and over)

£50 - Juveniles (13-18, Students and adults in full time education)

£30 - Junior (Under 12s)

£25 - Young Lichtie Club Member Prices

Match Day Prices

£18 - Adults

£10 - Concessions (Child, Students, OAP 65+, Disability Entry with a free carer)

£20 - Adult and Child Gate

Cup Games - Not included, but all friendlies, end of season play-off matches

Streaming - Working on it, more details to be announced.

Ayr United

13 Home Games / 14 Away

Official News -https://ayrunitedfc.co.uk/season-ticket-update-2/

£230 - Adult (21 & over) 

£140 - Concession (Over 65, Student, 18-21yrs) 

£45 - Child (Under 18) 

£15 - Panda Pal (Under 12)

Match Ticket Prices

£20 - Adult

£14 - Concession 

£7 - Under 18s

Cup Games - TBA

Streaming - TBA

Dundee

13 Home Games / 14 Away

Official News - https://dundeefc.co.uk/news/2020-21-season-tickets-revised/

£255 - Adult

£172 - Over 65

£172 - Disabled

£135 - Student

£86 - Under 18

£1 - Under 12

Match Day Prices - TBA

Cup Games - TBA

Streaming - "If matches are initially played behind closed door, season ticket holders (Adult/O65/Disabled/Student) will receive access to watch matches through live streaming."

Dunfermline Athletic

14 Home Games / 13 Away

Official News - https://www.dafc.co.uk/story.php?t=Season_Ticket_Sale_2020-21&ID=12020

£250 - Adult

£170 - Senior Citizens (65+)

£170 - Students and Disabled

£125 - Under 18

£12 - Under 12

Family

£235 - Adult

£155 - Concession

£75 - 1st Child U18

£65 - Additional U18

Match Ticket Prices

Main stand 

£22 - Adults

£16 - Concession 

£8 - Under 12

All other stands (including away) 

£20 - Adults

£14 - Concession 

£6 - Under 12

Cup Games - Betfred Cup Group Stages included in Season Ticket

Streaming - "In the event that a small number of matches are played behind closed doors at the start of the campaign, all season ticket card holders will be provided with a free, live stream of the match delivered by a new camera system which will be installed in all Championship grounds for the season."

Heart of Midlothian 

13 Home Games / 14 Away

Official News - https://www.heartsfc.co.uk/tickets-and-hospitality/matchday/2020-21-season-tickets

*It seems Hearts are showing last season's prices, and then if you buy before a certain date you can get 10% or 5% off.   Platinum / Gold / Silver / Bronze are the way that they determine the best views at Tynecastle.  https://www.heartsfc.co.uk/tickets-and-hospitality/matchday/pricing-structure

Platinum - Season 19/20 / 10% off / 5% off

£500 / £450 / £475 - Adult

£325 / £290 / £305 - O65/ESA/Student: 

£275 / £245 / £260 - U18

£220 / £200 / £201 - U16

£110 / £100 / £105 - U13

Gold - Season 19/20 / 10% off / 5% off

£400 / £360 / £380 - Adult

£255 / £230 / £240 - O65/ESA/Student: 

£175 / £155 / £165 - U18

£110 / £100 / £105 - U16

£55 / £50 / £50 - U13

Silver - Season 19/20 / 10% off / 5% off

£350 / £315 / £330 - Adult

£220 / £200 / £210 - O65/ESA/Student: 

£175 / £155 / £165 - U18

£110 / £100 / £105 - U16

£55 / £50 / £50 - U13

Bronze - Season 19/20 / 10% off / 5% off

£330 / £295 / £315 - Adult

£205 / £180 / £195 - O65/ESA/Student: 

£175 / £155 / £165 - U18

£110 / £100 / £105 - U16

£55 / £50 / £50 - U13

Premium

£625 - Adult

£380 - O65/ESA/Student: 

£335 - U18

£290 - U16

£145 - U13

Disabled

£155 - Adult

£100 - O65/ESA/Student: 

£85 - U18

£60 - U16

£30 - U13

Match Day Prices - TBA

Streaming - TBA

Greenock Morton

14 Home Games / 13 Away

Official News -https://gmfc.net/2020/07/24/202021-season-tickets/

£220 - Adult

£170 - (Over 65s, full-time students and young adults aged 18 to 20 inclusive and proof of entitlement must be provided)

12-17 - Not on sale yet

U12 - Not on sale yet

Match Day Tickets - TBA

Cup Games - TBA

Streaming - TBA

Inverness Caledonian Thistle

13 Home Games / 14 Away

Official News -https://ictfc.com/2020-21-season-tickets-on-sale-now

Main Stand

£246 - Adult

£199 - Senior Citizen

£179 - 16-25

£81 - Junior

£46 - Under 12

North Stand

£208 - Adult

£137 - Senior Citizen

£125 - 16-25

£68 - Junior

£0 - Under 12

Match Day Tickets - TBA

Cup Games - TBA

Streaming - TBA

Queen of the South

13 Home Games / 14 Away

Official News -https://www.qosfc.com/news-5088

£210 - Adults

£120 - Concessions

£68 - Students 

£68 - 16 –21 year olds (Junior Blue Season Tickets)

£14 - Under 16s

Accessibility 

£75 - Accessible Adults

£42 - Accessible Concessions

£14 -16 –21 year olds Accessible (Junior Blue Season Tickets)

Match Day Tickets - TBA

Cup Games - TBA

Streaming - TBA

Raith Rovers

13 Home Games / 14 Away

Official News - https://www.raithrovers.net/44566/season-tickets-202021.htm

Season Tickets

£190 - Adult - Renewal

£200 - Adult - New

£130 - Over 65, U21, Disabled - Renewal

£140 - Over 65, U21, Disabled - New

£55 - U16 - Renewal

£65 - U16 - New

Match Day Tickets - TBA

Cup Games - TBA

Streaming - TBA

 

 

 

Edited by Smokie_Bacon_crisps

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Oh, and the article you linked says that adult and concession tickets will get free access to live streams while attendance isnt allowed. Junior Blues presumably dont get it. 

And you have our child pricing wrong. 16-21 year olds are the same as students. Only u16s get a season ticket for £14.

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Alloa's pricing is the only one that seems even remotely reasonable for a campaign in which several games if not the bulk of the season could end up having to be streamed online only. Asking for ~£15 per game up front offers no value under those circumstances: it's just an exercise in guilt-tripping their fanbase from the rest of the clubs.

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What’s the difference between the Bronze/Silver/Gold/Platinum/Premium for Hearts?

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Anyone paying £625 for a season ticket in the championship has too much disposable income.

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It seems Tynecastle is split into four seating zones; Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze. 

https://www.heartsfc.co.uk/tickets-and-hospitality/matchday/pricing-structure

49 minutes ago, eez-eh said:

What’s the difference between the Bronze/Silver/Gold/Platinum/Premium for Hearts?

 

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That pricing system is another reason why it's nice for Hearts to be fucked down to the Championship for a year. They take advantage of it to rip away fans off by closing the bottom tier of the away end and then forcing you to pay for a gold ticket or whatever the f**k it is at £28.

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1 hour ago, eez-eh said:

What’s the difference between the Bronze/Silver/Gold/Platinum/Premium for Hearts?

The price.

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41 minutes ago, Smokie_Bacon_crisps said:

It seems Tynecastle is split into four seating zones; Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze. 

https://www.heartsfc.co.uk/tickets-and-hospitality/matchday/pricing-structure

 

There’s been some very “generous” decisions there on what constitutes Platinum and Gold - it’s well over half the stadium.

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2 hours ago, Smokie_Bacon_crisps said:

It seems Tynecastle is split into four seating zones; Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze

Aye, Ann Budge just loves a meddle.............. 

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4 hours ago, craigkillie said:

That pricing system is another reason why it's nice for Hearts to be fucked down to the Championship for a year. They take advantage of it to rip away fans off by closing the bottom tier of the away end and then forcing you to pay for a gold ticket or whatever the f**k it is at £28.

I've been convinced this is a clear breach of rules for a while now but I'd assume somebody would've done something by now if it was.

They don't even disguise the fact its a scam as they still allow home fans to sit in the lower tier of the same stand. An incredible coincidence its only ever the cheap away seats that are "closed for maintenance" every second week.

Edited by RandomGuy.

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On 25/07/2020 at 23:10, Skyline Drifter said:

The thread itself is a great idea. Your definition of alphabetical order needs some work though.....

 

On 25/07/2020 at 23:14, Skyline Drifter said:

Oh, and the article you linked says that adult and concession tickets will get free access to live streams while attendance isnt allowed. Junior Blues presumably dont get it. 

And you have our child pricing wrong. 16-21 year olds are the same as students. Only u16s get a season ticket for £14.

What a condescending arsehole you are.

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If you’re not a supporter of one of the small number of clubs that have been clear that you’re getting X games at £Y + an unknown number of streams, then I can see absolutely no incentive or selling point that would make you buy a season ticket at this time.

Beyond the blind loyalty or guilt that Viking Ton has mentioned.

I would’ve bought my season ticket on launch day today as usual, but I won’t be paying (at least) £15 to sit in my hoose watching Morton v. Alloa, Arbroath or QotS, while weans run around and now that there’s numerous other activities I can do outside.

Of course it’s not the fault of football clubs that there’s a pandemic and that there are constraints resulting that they need to take account of.

But this whole episode has served to show what appalling value for money we get and that what the clubs are ‘selling’ through their season tickets is less the fixtures, but other things we value - which will differ for each of us.

Frankly, it would be nice to see some recognition of that and some commitment to reviewing what clubs will be offering as part of their admission prices in future. Not to mention some collective investment by the clubs in the sort of digital infrastructure that will enable remote viewing to be offered at the sort of price - and with the variety of matches that’s desired - so that it is attractive.

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4 minutes ago, Morton Supporter said:

If you’re not a supporter of one of the small number of clubs that have been clear that you’re getting X games at £Y + an unknown number of streams, then I can see absolutely no incentive or selling point that would make you buy a season ticket at this time.

Beyond the blind loyalty or guilt that Viking Ton has mentioned.

I would’ve bought my season ticket on launch day today as usual, but I won’t be paying (at least) £15 to sit in my hoose watching Morton v. Alloa, Arbroath or QotS, while weans run around and now that there’s numerous other activities I can do outside.

Of course it’s not the fault of football clubs that there’s a pandemic and that there are constraints resulting that they need to take account of.

But this whole episode has served to show what appalling value for money we get and that what the clubs are ‘selling’ through their season tickets is less the fixtures, but other things we value - which will differ for each of us.

Frankly, it would be nice to see some recognition of that and some commitment to reviewing what clubs will be offering as part of their admission prices in future. Not to mention some collective investment by the clubs in the sort of digital infrastructure that will enable remote viewing to be offered at the sort of price - and with the variety of matches that’s desired - so that it is attractive.

Specific point to be made in addition to Morton but which I’m sure will apply to other clubs:

We’re being asked not to pursue a refund on the four games we never got last year (which we never got so that the club could understandably bank its prize money);

Despite being unclear on both the number of home games and the number of those games that we’ll be able to attend in person, we’re also being asked to support the club through this uncertain time by paying £220 for a season ticket; and

Were being told that the purchase of a season ticket will give us “free” access to streaming home games we can’t make in person. They aren’t in any way free as the fixtures they apply to form part of the season ticket.

So beyond blind loyalty, guilt or stupidity, can anyone tell me why shouldn’t I pursue the refund (£65 or so) that would pay around 30% of my season ticket price?

If I did, the games I do have to stream would then effectively be “free”, or at least at the sort of price I think is reasonable.

I hasten to add I’m not trying to beat up Morton in particular about this - but through the ludicrousness of my example which I think applies to most other clubs, I just want to try and illustrate how insultingly we’re being treated here.

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Dunfermline's do seem to be one of the more expensive but that does give season ticket holders to the BetFred group stages - if that turns out to be 3 games then its probably the best value season ticket Ive ever bought from the club - however if we get another spike and the majority of the games are on TV then its a lot of money for not much.

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What’s the difference between the Bronze/Silver/Gold/Platinum/Premium for Hearts?
Bronze is sitting in restricted viewing in a new stand

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