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Re: Away ticket prices Tue Feb 25, 2020 9:31 pm  

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If most fans pay the “discounted price” then that by law becomes the actual price. The actual ASA rule is a bit more technical but you get the point.


not if its stated its discounted
Re: Away ticket prices Wed Feb 26, 2020 7:18 am  

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[quote="warrior1872] maybe Wigan need to adopt the putting the price up on the day[/quote]

Wish you would.
Incidentally Wigan is one of the most expensive grounds for families as your kids prices are relatively high compared to many others in SL. I usually buy mine up front anyway so a few quid off would be most welcome! It seems odd to me that someone is moaning about getting discounted tickets. Clearly not from Yorkshire!
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Re: Away ticket prices Wed Feb 26, 2020 4:00 pm  

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jools wrote:
Wish you would.
Incidentally Wigan is one of the most expensive grounds for families as your kids prices are relatively high compared to many others in SL. I usually buy mine up front anyway so a few quid off would be most welcome! It seems odd to me that someone is moaning about getting discounted tickets. Clearly not from Yorkshire!

The point i am making is that not everyone can afford to buy a ticket upfront as you sometimes don't know if you can go until the day of the game.Which is what will happen with me this Sunday as I'm a carer for someone and it depends how they are feeling on the day of the game.
Re: Away ticket prices Wed Feb 26, 2020 5:29 pm  

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jools wrote:
Wish you would.
Incidentally Wigan is one of the most expensive grounds for families as your kids prices are relatively high compared to many others in SL. I usually buy mine up front anyway so a few quid off would be most welcome! It seems odd to me that someone is moaning about getting discounted tickets. Clearly not from Yorkshire!


Don't your kids get the Free Swaps for U17's Season Ticket holders?
Ours do!

Also - You charge Adult price from 17 - We have a Student 17-21 option that is £16 on the day - Yours would be £21 and then go up to £25 if they came on the day.
Bear in mind our Adult prices are £23 - Yet Huddersfield's go up to £25 on the day
Our OAP is $17 - Huddersfield's is £16 - But goes up £4 to £20 on the day & Huddersfield's only start at 65

No way on earth overall is Wigan's more expensive than Huddersfield's
If I was taking my 2 x lads this Sunday who are 17 & 20 and both students it would cost us 3 £63 in advance or £75 on the day
In return your 3 would get in for £55 ( Adult £23 & 2 x £16) no matter if they paid in advance or on the day

An adult coming to Huddersfield who has 2 under 16's if Season Ticket holders would only pay £21 - or £25 on the day (If they got the Junior Swaps)
An Adult coming to Wigan with 2 under 16 ST holders doing the same would be £23 full stop

Pieman says he was happy with his £55 for this Sunday
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have to totally disagree, just got a child, over 65 and adult ticket for 43 quid....55 quid at wigan, bargain!


Someone coming to Wigan next Sunday for HKR would only pay £50 not 55
£23 Adult
£17 OAP (And they can get it from 60 not 65)
£10 Junior (And not sure if away fans get the Free U8's like we do - But then again surely they'd be ST holders and get the free swaps anyway)

But as the poster says - If you try and pay on the day Sunday at Hudds you'll pay £56

It's obviously comparing Apples with oranges
But not sure why anyone would be buying a Junior ticket for an away game - When a Season ticket for U17's only costs £35 for they Year at Wigan and they get a Free Swap for all away games!!!!!!

Don't even get me started on Wigan's ridiculously cheap ST's
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Re: Away ticket prices Wed Feb 26, 2020 6:37 pm  

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Jukesays wrote:
Don't your kids get the Free Swaps for U17's Season Ticket holders?
Ours d
o!

Also - You charge Adult price from 17 - We have a Student 17-21 option that is £16 on the day - Yours would be £21 and then go up to £25 if they came on the day.
Bear in mind our Adult prices are £23 - Yet Huddersfield's go up to £25 on the day
Our OAP is $17 - Huddersfield's is £16 - But goes up £4 to £20 on the day & Huddersfield's only start at 65

No way on earth overall is Wigan's more expensive than Huddersfield's
If I was taking my 2 x lads this Sunday who are 17 & 20 and both students it would cost us 3 £63 in advance or £75 on the day
In return your 3 would get in for £55 ( Adult £23 & 2 x £16) no matter if they paid in advance or on the day

An adult coming to Huddersfield who has 2 under 16's if Season Ticket holders would only pay £21 - or £25 on the day (If they got the Junior Swaps)
An Adult coming to Wigan with 2 under 16 ST holders doing the same would be £23 full stop

Pieman says he was happy with his £55 for this Sunday
Someone coming to Wigan next Sunday for HKR would only pay £50 not 55
£23 Adult
£17 OAP (And they can get it from 60 not 65)
£10 Junior (And not sure if away fans get the Free U8's like we do - But then again surely they'd be ST holders and get the free swaps anyway)

But as the poster says - If you try and pay on the day Sunday at Hudds you'll pay £56

It's obviously comparing Apples with oranges
But not sure why anyone would be buying a Junior ticket for an away game - When a Season ticket for U17's only costs £35 for they Year at Wigan and they get a Free Swap for all away games!!!!!!

Don't even get me started on Wigan's ridiculously cheap ST's


thought all clubs did as it was SL policy
Re: Away ticket prices Wed Feb 26, 2020 6:38 pm  

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Jukesays wrote:
Don't your kids get the Free Swaps for U17's Season Ticket holders?
Ours do!

Also - You charge Adult price from 17 - We have a Student 17-21 option that is £16 on the day - Yours would be £21 and then go up to £25 if they came on the day.
Bear in mind our Adult prices are £23 - Yet Huddersfield's go up to £25 on the day
Our OAP is $17 - Huddersfield's is £16 - But goes up £4 to £20 on the day & Huddersfield's only start at 65

No way on earth overall is Wigan's more expensive than Huddersfield's
If I was taking my 2 x lads this Sunday who are 17 & 20 and both students it would cost us 3 £63 in advance or £75 on the day
In return your 3 would get in for £55 ( Adult £23 & 2 x £16) no matter if they paid in advance or on the day

An adult coming to Huddersfield who has 2 under 16's if Season Ticket holders would only pay £21 - or £25 on the day (If they got the Junior Swaps)
An Adult coming to Wigan with 2 under 16 ST holders doing the same would be £23 full stop

Pieman says he was happy with his £55 for this Sunday
Someone coming to Wigan next Sunday for HKR would only pay £50 not 55
£23 Adult
£17 OAP (And they can get it from 60 not 65)
£10 Junior (And not sure if away fans get the Free U8's like we do - But then again surely they'd be ST holders and get the free swaps anyway)

But as the poster says - If you try and pay on the day Sunday at Hudds you'll pay £56

It's obviously comparing Apples with oranges
But not sure why anyone would be buying a Junior ticket for an away game - When a Season ticket for U17's only costs £35 for they Year at Wigan and they get a Free Swap for all away games!!!!!!

Don't even get me started on Wigan's ridiculously cheap ST's


sorry andy meant it would have been 55 quid at wigan, only cost me 43 at hudds (from wigan)....my bad worded it poorly
Re: Away ticket prices Wed Feb 26, 2020 6:39 pm  

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Jukesays wrote:
Don't your kids get the Free Swaps for U17's Season Ticket holders?
Ours do!

Also - You charge Adult price from 17 - We have a Student 17-21 option that is £16 on the day - Yours would be £21 and then go up to £25 if they came on the day.
Bear in mind our Adult prices are £23 - Yet Huddersfield's go up to £25 on the day
Our OAP is $17 - Huddersfield's is £16 - But goes up £4 to £20 on the day & Huddersfield's only start at 65

No way on earth overall is Wigan's more expensive than Huddersfield's
If I was taking my 2 x lads this Sunday who are 17 & 20 and both students it would cost us 3 £63 in advance or £75 on the day
In return your 3 would get in for £55 ( Adult £23 & 2 x £16) no matter if they paid in advance or on the day

An adult coming to Huddersfield who has 2 under 16's if Season Ticket holders would only pay £21 - or £25 on the day (If they got the Junior Swaps)
An Adult coming to Wigan with 2 under 16 ST holders doing the same would be £23 full stop

Pieman says he was happy with his £55 for this Sunday
Someone coming to Wigan next Sunday for HKR would only pay £50 not 55
£23 Adult
£17 OAP (And they can get it from 60 not 65)
£10 Junior (And not sure if away fans get the Free U8's like we do - But then again surely they'd be ST holders and get the free swaps anyway)

But as the poster says - If you try and pay on the day Sunday at Hudds you'll pay £56

It's obviously comparing Apples with oranges
But not sure why anyone would be buying a Junior ticket for an away game - When a Season ticket for U17's only costs £35 for they Year at Wigan and they get a Free Swap for all away games!!!!!!

Don't even get me started on Wigan's ridiculously cheap ST's


our ST's are excellent value
Re: Away ticket prices Wed Feb 26, 2020 8:39 pm  

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Pieman wrote:
sorry andy meant it would have been 55 quid at wigan, only cost me 43 at hudds (from wigan)....my bad worded it poorly


Only 50 at Wigan for the same tickets
Not 55
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Re: Away ticket prices Wed Feb 26, 2020 8:59 pm  

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yeah 54 if I chose east stand where I normally sit 50 for the south, its behind the sticks also at Hudds so comparable to the south, still cheaper
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Re: Away ticket prices Wed Feb 26, 2020 9:14 pm  

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yeah 54 if I chose east stand where I normally sit 50 for the south, its behind the sticks also at Hudds so comparable to the south, still cheaper


Not if your 60-64
Not if your 17 -21
Not if your a junior season ticket holder at Wigan or under 7
Not if you pay on the day.

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