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Season Ticket Prices
Season Ticket Prices
Monday, 10th May 2010 14:11 by Col

Full list of prices for Season Tickets for the 2010-11 season at Spotland.


  Sandy Lane Terrace Pearl Street Stand Main Stand
Adult £270 £324 £360
Senior Citizen / Disabled £180 £216 £252
19 and under £180 £216 £252
16 and under £99 £99 £99
12 and under £49 £49 £49
7 and under Free Free Free
Adult Country (10 games) £128 £153 £170
Concession Country (10 games) £85 £102 £119

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SuddenLad added 17:34 - May 13
It would help if this page is brought up to date. Prices from 6 years ago are less than helpful.

pedrodale added 08:25 - Sep 1
It would help if this page was brought up to date. Prices from 10 years ago are less than helpful.

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Letters from Wiltshire #09 by wessex_exile
Letters from Wiltshire #08 by wessex_exile
Lots of discussion this week on football forums, including here, on two subjects – the petition to lobby parliament to allow limited numbers of supporters back into football grounds, and of course the return of that old chestnut from Man City Chief Executive Ferran Soriano, introducing Premier League ‘B’ teams into the EFL. First off, I don’t mind admitting I’ve signed the petition ( https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/552036 ), as have 192,779 others at the time of writing, though I don’t actually think it’ll make any difference. I can completely understand why some do not think this is a good idea, as second-wave spikes of coronavirus infection pop up all over the country (mainly because – let’s face it – some people are dicks and can’t be trusted to sit the right way on a toilet). But to me, the two go hand in hand (not dicks and toilets) – whilst football clubs throughout the country struggle financially without spectators, we are always going to be under threat of this sort of ‘B’ team nonsense as a condition of financial support from the Premier League fat cats. They got their way in 2016 with the EFL trophy, who’s to say they won’t again when the financial squeeze really starts to tighten its grip without paying customers through the turnstiles? Robbie has featured prominently in this debate in recent weeks, and looks like he will again on Sky tomorrow if this tweet from Sophy Ridge is anything to go by -
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