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post Feb 3 2011, 10:49 AM
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General sale after the clitheroe game

http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/chesterfootb...ket-251639.html


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post Feb 3 2011, 12:18 PM
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£10 no concessions . . . the pettiness continues, laughable

This is what it usually is:

* ADULTS... £7.00
* CONCESSIONS... £3.50
o (includes OAP's, Students, Premier/Football League Season Ticket Holders)
* UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN (Up to 16)... £1.00
* ACCOMPANIED CHILDREN (Up to 16)... FREE
* JUNIOR MAGPIE CLUB MEMBERS... FREE

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post Feb 3 2011, 12:23 PM
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Chorley are charging us £10 per ticket with no concessions?????

Yet are advertising that their normal admission prices will apply (See below)

http://www.chorleyfc.com/index.php?option=...=3&Itemid=4

Are they allowed to do this?
Bit steep to charge our under 16s a tenner but their own can get in for a maximum of a quid?

2010/11 - Pay at the gate
•ADULTS... £7.00
•CONCESSIONS... £3.50
◦(includes OAP's, Students, Premier/Football League Season Ticket Holders)
•UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN (Up to 16)... £1.00
•ACCOMPANIED CHILDREN (Up to 16)... FREE


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post Feb 3 2011, 12:25 PM
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QUOTE (Almost Blue @ Feb 3 2011, 12:18 PM) *
£10 no concessions . . . the pettiness continues, laughable

This is what it usually is:

* ADULTS... £7.00
* CONCESSIONS... £3.50
o (includes OAP's, Students, Premier/Football League Season Ticket Holders)
* UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN (Up to 16)... £1.00
* ACCOMPANIED CHILDREN (Up to 16)... FREE
* JUNIOR MAGPIE CLUB MEMBERS... FREE

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Sorry AB i was posting the same as you at the same time there biggrin.gif
Its a f$*&ing outrage


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post Feb 3 2011, 12:26 PM
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The adult prices are the same as what they paid at our place, so it's no surprise they've rounded the £7 up to a tenner . . . but no concessions is shocking given their very cheap regular prices for kids and OAPs.


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post Feb 3 2011, 12:29 PM
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just hope there some left on general sale sad.gif or i can find someone with a season ticket who isnt going that will borrow me their ticket sad.gif


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post Feb 3 2011, 12:29 PM
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No 2 ways that Chester fans will be buying up Chorley tickets by hook or by crook.
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post Feb 3 2011, 12:32 PM
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just hope there some left on general sale sad.gif or i can find someone with a season ticket who isnt going that will borrow me their ticket sad.gif

Trouble is we'll have to get in the queue and miss some of the second half against Clitheroe, which is not great . . . season ticket next year for sure!


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post Feb 3 2011, 12:33 PM
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QUOTE (Almost Blue @ Feb 3 2011, 12:26 PM) *
The adult prices are the same as what they paid at our place, so it's no surprise they've rounded the £7 up to a tenner . . . but no concessions is shocking given their very cheap regular prices for kids and OAPs.


They paid £10 to sit in a covered area of the ground. Having looked at their ground here: http://www.nonleaguegrounds.fotopic.net/c1701462.html it looks like we will be paying £10 to stand on a grass bank. Have they even considered that we may be bringing some elderly or disabled fans? Surely they should be required to provide some seating for fans who are unable to stand for an entire game.
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post Feb 3 2011, 12:39 PM
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Doesn't surprise me! Hopefully it will be worth it when we take them apart.
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post Feb 3 2011, 12:41 PM
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I think chorley should be reported for this, really disgusting behaviour. You name your prices at the start of the season and either stick with them or change them halfway through, you don't put them up because your expecting a bigger gate!
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I trust that our club officials will have told Chorley of their displeasure at the lack of concessions? Like MPW says we shouldn't be surprised!

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QUOTE (t406jaw @ Feb 3 2011, 12:41 PM) *
I think chorley should be reported for this, really disgusting behaviour. You name your prices at the start of the season and either stick with them or change them halfway through, you don't put them up because your expecting a bigger gate!


And you certainly dont up the price only for away fans
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post Feb 3 2011, 12:53 PM
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QUOTE (Jimianto @ Feb 3 2011, 12:29 PM) *
No 2 ways that Chester fans will be buying up Chorley tickets by hook or by crook.

They already are being bought by Chester fans some yesterday and more today
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post Feb 3 2011, 01:06 PM
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QUOTE (Hugh Jass @ Feb 3 2011, 12:53 PM) *
QUOTE (Jimianto @ Feb 3 2011, 12:29 PM) *
No 2 ways that Chester fans will be buying up Chorley tickets by hook or by crook.

They already are being bought by Chester fans some yesterday and more today

Dont you need proof of local residency?
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post Feb 3 2011, 01:12 PM
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QUOTE (Upton Bluey @ Feb 3 2011, 01:06 PM) *
QUOTE (Hugh Jass @ Feb 3 2011, 12:53 PM) *
QUOTE (Jimianto @ Feb 3 2011, 12:29 PM) *
No 2 ways that Chester fans will be buying up Chorley tickets by hook or by crook.

They already are being bought by Chester fans some yesterday and more today

Dont you need proof of local residency?

Yes, unless you've got 6 fingers on each hand then you should be fine.


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post Feb 3 2011, 01:13 PM
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that's bloody awful that, so our younger fans have to pay a tenner to stand on a grass bank with no cover ? unbelievable


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post Feb 3 2011, 01:14 PM
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Can you please confirm what Chester charge for adults and children for away fans to sit in the corner of your ground?

Is it ok for Chester to charge me £10 to sit in the corner of the ground? While I would rather stand either on the side of the ground or behind the goals.
(I am looking for a discussion, not an argument!!!)

One of the comments above is we paid £10 to sit in the covered area of the strand? Was this meant to be a privilage? It was a rubbish view, we would rather stand where we want to as well. But hey, we couldn't, we accepted it and enjoyed the game.

As some of you want to be in the Chorley home end, could you not have offered Chorley fans a ticket to stand behind your goal and pay £7? (Again, this is for discussion not argue about)

As for standing, I am sure a section of the stand will be available for the Chester supporters, so I don't think you need to worry about that. I also imagine that the seating area will not be extra. (But that is just what I think and not official)

I am sure Chester FC accepted that no concession charges would be available, so it may be worthwhile discussing this with them.

No doubt I look forward to debating this with you guys.

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QUOTE (Fat Boy Slim @ Feb 3 2011, 01:14 PM) *
Can you please confirm what Chester charge for adults and children for away fans to sit in the corner of your ground?

Is it ok for Chester to charge me £10 to sit in the corner of the ground? While I would rather stand either on the side of the ground or behind the goals.
(I am looking for a discussion, not an argument!!!)

One of the comments above is we paid £10 to sit in the covered area of the strand? Was this meant to be a privilage? It was a rubbish view, we would rather stand where we want to as well. But hey, we couldn't, we accepted it and enjoyed the game.

As some of you want to be in the Chorley home end, could you not have offered Chorley fans a ticket to stand behind your goal and pay £7? (Again, this is for discussion not argue about)

As for standing, I am sure a section of the stand will be available for the Chester supporters, so I don't think you need to worry about that. I also imagine that the seating area will not be extra. (But that is just what I think and not official)

I am sure Chester FC accepted that no concession charges would be available, so it may be worthwhile discussing this with them.

No doubt I look forward to debating this with you guys.


If you're looking for someone to blame about their being no away standing areas at the ground, have a chat with our ex-chairman. He'll be available at Walton Prison during visiting times very soon biggrin.gif
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post Feb 3 2011, 01:25 PM
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They're not the first club to scrap the concessions for our visit this season, but if they're charging normal rates for home fans and £10 across the board for us, that's a scandal, unless we're getting the best seats in the house, which seems unlikely.
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QUOTE (XWWB @ Feb 3 2011, 01:20 PM) *
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Can you please confirm what Chester charge for adults and children for away fans to sit in the corner of your ground?

Is it ok for Chester to charge me £10 to sit in the corner of the ground? While I would rather stand either on the side of the ground or behind the goals.
(I am looking for a discussion, not an argument!!!)

One of the comments above is we paid £10 to sit in the covered area of the strand? Was this meant to be a privilage? It was a rubbish view, we would rather stand where we want to as well. But hey, we couldn't, we accepted it and enjoyed the game.

As some of you want to be in the Chorley home end, could you not have offered Chorley fans a ticket to stand behind your goal and pay £7? (Again, this is for discussion not argue about)

As for standing, I am sure a section of the stand will be available for the Chester supporters, so I don't think you need to worry about that. I also imagine that the seating area will not be extra. (But that is just what I think and not official)

I am sure Chester FC accepted that no concession charges would be available, so it may be worthwhile discussing this with them.

No doubt I look forward to debating this with you guys.


If you're looking for someone to blame about their being no away standing areas at the ground, have a chat with our ex-chairman. He'll be available at Walton Prison during visiting times very soon biggrin.gif


I wasn't looking for anyone to blame? Is he responsible for picking the corner of the ground to put away fans in, instead of behind the goals or somewhere more central to half way line?
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QUOTE (Fat Boy Slim @ Feb 3 2011, 01:14 PM) *
Can you please confirm what Chester charge for adults and children for away fans to sit in the corner of your ground?

Is it ok for Chester to charge me £10 to sit in the corner of the ground? While I would rather stand either on the side of the ground or behind the goals.
(I am looking for a discussion, not an argument!!!)

One of the comments above is we paid £10 to sit in the covered area of the strand? Was this meant to be a privilage? It was a rubbish view, we would rather stand where we want to as well. But hey, we couldn't, we accepted it and enjoyed the game.

As some of you want to be in the Chorley home end, could you not have offered Chorley fans a ticket to stand behind your goal and pay £7? (Again, this is for discussion not argue about)

As for standing, I am sure a section of the stand will be available for the Chester supporters, so I don't think you need to worry about that. I also imagine that the seating area will not be extra. (But that is just what I think and not official)

I am sure Chester FC accepted that no concession charges would be available, so it may be worthwhile discussing this with them.

No doubt I look forward to debating this with you guys.


The fact is Chorley didnt bring enough fans to warrant us handing over a bigger area of the ground. In the past teams with big followings coming here have been given larger areas of the ground and have been able to get a better view.

As for the view what you got is still miles better that you will get at many grounds with a dedicated away area of the ground. Try going to places like Hereford before you moan about our away section. Even your own ground seems to have pillars all over the place in all the covered areas of the ground so i expect theres going to be plenty of people from both sides with a crap view at your place when we come to visit.

We are about to give your your biggest pay day of the season and it seems like your club is treating us more as an inconvenience than a welcome source of income.
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QUOTE (Fat Boy Slim @ Feb 3 2011, 01:14 PM) *
Can you please confirm what Chester charge for adults and children for away fans to sit in the corner of your ground?

Is it ok for Chester to charge me £10 to sit in the corner of the ground? While I would rather stand either on the side of the ground or behind the goals.
(I am looking for a discussion, not an argument!!!)

One of the comments above is we paid £10 to sit in the covered area of the strand? Was this meant to be a privilage? It was a rubbish view, we would rather stand where we want to as well. But hey, we couldn't, we accepted it and enjoyed the game.

As some of you want to be in the Chorley home end, could you not have offered Chorley fans a ticket to stand behind your goal and pay £7? (Again, this is for discussion not argue about)

As for standing, I am sure a section of the stand will be available for the Chester supporters, so I don't think you need to worry about that. I also imagine that the seating area will not be extra. (But that is just what I think and not official)

I am sure Chester FC accepted that no concession charges would be available, so it may be worthwhile discussing this with them.

No doubt I look forward to debating this with you guys.


Away fans pay exactly the same as home fans http://files.pitchero.com/clubs/6069/Match...s%202010-11.pdf

You would have payed only £1 less to stand so thats not a big difference.
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QUOTE (Fat Boy Slim @ Feb 3 2011, 01:14 PM) *
Can you please confirm what Chester charge for adults and children for away fans to sit in the corner of your ground?

Is it ok for Chester to charge me £10 to sit in the corner of the ground? While I would rather stand either on the side of the ground or behind the goals.
(I am looking for a discussion, not an argument!!!)

One of the comments above is we paid £10 to sit in the covered area of the strand? Was this meant to be a privilage? It was a rubbish view, we would rather stand where we want to as well. But hey, we couldn't, we accepted it and enjoyed the game.

As some of you want to be in the Chorley home end, could you not have offered Chorley fans a ticket to stand behind your goal and pay £7? (Again, this is for discussion not argue about)

As for standing, I am sure a section of the stand will be available for the Chester supporters, so I don't think you need to worry about that. I also imagine that the seating area will not be extra. (But that is just what I think and not official)

I am sure Chester FC accepted that no concession charges would be available, so it may be worthwhile discussing this with them.

No doubt I look forward to debating this with you guys.


firstly, we have to impliment segregation because of the rules and regulations forced upon our ground, so no you can't just just stand where you want, and secondly i think you'll find we offered your fans a whole range of concessions, finally when you came to the deva you were charged the same rates as home fans - what your horrible little club have done is the opposite on each count, and i don't know what your argument is, it's quite simple really - you're ripping us off

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FBS, please explain to us why your club has decided a fixed price of £10 for ALL AWAY supporters when your lot can pay cheaper? I really couldn't give a toss about where I stand in your ground, but it' the fact that you lot have decided to charge us more than you will have to pay. I firmly believe you paid the same amount as Chester fans at the Exacta.


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