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Re: Crowd Size. Mon Jun 14, 2021 9:04 pm  

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Re: Crowd Size. Mon Jun 14, 2021 9:16 pm  

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Spot on H, I dont think one ST holder would have complained if it was £15 for the rest, the club have used it as a reason to increase revenue and it seems to have backfired- looks like it’s been a poor business decision.

I’m lucky that if I want to attend £30 is not an issue to me, went on Sat but won’t be doing next weekend - others possibly aren’t so fortunate

I think the club has misread the impact of COVID, people are wary about attending venues at the moment - in addition to which the the ticket policy is not clear, it’s not that long ago people were being told unless they had a season ticket they wouldn’t be able to attend, another “threat” that backfired

As it happens we now have a position whereby all being well we have a fir run of games away and after Hull the next home game will be after 19th July when restrictions will be lifted, and we have quite a run with “winnable” games - the club needs to look to promote it


We need to understand the reason for increased prices. Is someone wanting out again? Mr Beaumont has stated and again lost heart due to the Academy license being refused. Or is that just a blanket to hide the truth?
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Re: Crowd Size. Mon Jun 14, 2021 9:52 pm  
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We need to understand the reason for increased prices. Is someone wanting out again? Mr Beaumont has stated and again lost heart due to the Academy license being refused. Or is that just a blanket to hide the truth?

To be fair to Derek , he states his love and devotion to Leigh Centurions , and says how hurt he was by the RFL s decision to knock back our Academy application , I’m sure we all are , except maybe Wigan and Saints who will benefit from it .
But Derek hasn’t said he wants out , and I don’t feel he is hinting this , he states his mind is now on keeping Leigh inSL , which will be extremely hard , but it is still possible ,unless Salford start winning , it will be a dark day for the Centurions if Derek decides to leave , hopefully he will stay , I can fully understand his frustrations , again hopefully just talk when aggravated , we all need to encourage Derek to stay .
Re: Crowd Size. Mon Jun 14, 2021 10:09 pm  

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To be fair to Derek , he states his love and devotion to Leigh Centurions , and says how hurt he was by the RFL s decision to knock back our Academy application , I’m sure we all are , except maybe Wigan and Saints who will benefit from it .
But Derek hasn’t said he wants out , and I don’t feel he is hinting this , he states his mind is now on keeping Leigh inSL , which will be extremely hard , but it is still possible ,unless Salford start winning , it will be a dark day for the Centurions if Derek decides to leave , hopefully he will stay , I can fully understand his frustrations , again hopefully just talk when aggravated , we all need to encourage Derek to stay .


Let me put it another way Charlie. His heart maybe with Leigh but the excuses are becoming reality now. I’ve never seen him focused on nothing but SL. The academy is a blanket. Only my opinion of course.
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Re: Crowd Size. Tue Jun 15, 2021 10:02 pm  
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Replying to Leyther14: As a non-season ticket holder, Bongser was under the impression that he couldn't just roll up and pay on the day. If that is an incorrect assumption (please advise) then Bongser will be at LSV next weekend to watch us better Hull.

That's one more on the gate.

Tickets have to be pre booked due to Track & Trace !
Re: Crowd Size. Tue Jun 15, 2021 10:26 pm  
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£30 is excessive and IMO should be closer to £20,

Back in 2017 it was £23 to stand up in the North Stand & £25 for a seat, on average over 6,500 happily paid this every home game, why then would it be £20 just 4 years later ?

FWIW, I am a Season Ticket holder, not financially secure & was able to stump up for a ST this year due to an overpaid Tax rebate !
I would be happy for pay on the gate fans to get a similar deal just to get fans back in & generate revenue to strengthen the playing squad. Maybe a 'reasonable' price would be £25 for North Stand & £27 all seated areas ? I am informed that Leigh fans paid £25 to stand up at Wakey & that's a complete $#!T H01€
Re: Crowd Size. Wed Jun 16, 2021 6:00 am  

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Back in 2017 it was £23 to stand up in the North Stand & £25 for a seat, on average over 6,500 happily paid this every home game, why then would it be £20 just 4 years later ?

FWIW, I am a Season Ticket holder, not financially secure & was able to stump up for a ST this year due to an overpaid Tax rebate !
I would be happy for pay on the gate fans to get a similar deal just to get fans back in & generate revenue to strengthen the playing squad. Maybe a 'reasonable' price would be £25 for North Stand & £27 all seated areas ? I am informed that Leigh fans paid £25 to stand up at Wakey & that's a complete $#!T H01€



£33 to sit at Wire last season
Remember till north stand can go to full cap it’s seating only available so is £30 very dear
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Re: Crowd Size. Wed Jun 16, 2021 7:54 am  

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£33 to sit at Wire last season
Remember till north stand can go to full cap it’s seating only available so is £30 very dear


Maybe it's about what folk can,or can't afford.
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Re: Crowd Size. Wed Jun 16, 2021 1:25 pm  

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With the extension of the lockdown think we need to have a family bubble offer. We are still on this til the fat lady sings as they say and the fans have always played their part home and away for Leigh. Bit wrong when you can watch us away cheaper than at home but this could be because of the reduced funding we operate on. Let’s not forget if we avoid the drop full SL funding is up for grabs.
Re: Crowd Size. Wed Jun 16, 2021 10:53 pm  

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Back in 2017 it was £23 to stand up in the North Stand & £25 for a seat, on average over 6,500 happily paid this every home game, why then would it be £20 just 4 years later ?

FWIW, I am a Season Ticket holder, not financially secure & was able to stump up for a ST this year due to an overpaid Tax rebate !
I would be happy for pay on the gate fans to get a similar deal just to get fans back in & generate revenue to strengthen the playing squad. Maybe a 'reasonable' price would be £25 for North Stand & £27 all seated areas ? I am informed that Leigh fans paid £25 to stand up at Wakey & that's a complete $#!T H01€


There was actually brackets in 2017. Premium games being charged at top whack. With lower end games being charged lower.
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