16:27, Tue 13 Jun
Kimber
£325 last seasons prices below
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16:28, Tue 13 Jun
IanT
I wish they'd do 'carnet' type tickets.....say any 10 games for £250.

American sports franchises do this a lot to increase initial revenue.

Would saved me a penny over the years since I’ve been going. They do the end of season or half season ticket offers, but yes maybe blocks of 6/8 games would be an idea, as I know some fans pick and choose their games.
16:28, Tue 13 Jun
Does anyone know what happens if you are a displaced ST holder, renew in a more expensive area of the ground…but then move back to your previous seat once the stadium is fully reopened (which is cheaper)

Assume you’d get a pro rata refund?
16:29, Tue 13 Jun
brummiestu87
El Mayor
brummiestu87
HackneyBlue
struggling to remember what i paid last year in tilton upper, but £395 is ok with me

Yeah I'm happy with the adult prices but disappointed with the kids prices. I used to get my kids for free (which was fantastic), then they started charging £50 as we sit in the Tilton and now £110, which I think is poor from the club tbh. They should at least offer some form of family ticket

Quid a game for under 16s in Arthur’s Area (family stand).

I know, but I don't plan to sit in a stand that is absolute sh*te tbh, should be moved to the railway at least.
I'm sure they also had under 11 and under 16 pricing last season too, which have been removed.

What next to the away fans? Family stand next to away fans never ends well.
16:31, Tue 13 Jun
Blue H
brummiestu87
El Mayor
brummiestu87
HackneyBlue
struggling to remember what i paid last year in tilton upper, but £395 is ok with me

Yeah I'm happy with the adult prices but disappointed with the kids prices. I used to get my kids for free (which was fantastic), then they started charging £50 as we sit in the Tilton and now £110, which I think is poor from the club tbh. They should at least offer some form of family ticket

Quid a game for under 16s in Arthur’s Area (family stand).

I know, but I don't plan to sit in a stand that is absolute sh*te tbh, should be moved to the railway at least.
I'm sure they also had under 11 and under 16 pricing last season too, which have been removed.

What next to the away fans? Family stand next to away fans never ends well.

It did used to be there
16:33, Tue 13 Jun
Years ago it was kop corner as well, quite often had stuff thrown across

Millwall demonstrated it’s quite easy to get across well

I think it’s probably in the best place at the moment even if a bit naff
16:35, Tue 13 Jun
Typical that we're linked with a huge signing like Pennington on the day the prices are released
16:43, Tue 13 Jun
adamneaves
When renewing

Can you change location?

It dont think it says... but i think you have to renew your current reserved seat then after the renew deadline, 5pm 15th July, you can then request a move. (Not to Kop or Tilton lower obviously, until they become available).
23/01/20 Mad: I'll stop moaning now.
16:43, Tue 13 Jun
Very happy with prices, will definitely be renewing.
16:51, Tue 13 Jun
brummiestu87
El Mayor
brummiestu87
HackneyBlue
struggling to remember what i paid last year in tilton upper, but £395 is ok with me

Yeah I'm happy with the adult prices but disappointed with the kids prices. I used to get my kids for free (which was fantastic), then they started charging £50 as we sit in the Tilton and now £110, which I think is poor from the club tbh. They should at least offer some form of family ticket

Quid a game for under 16s in Arthur’s Area (family stand).

I know, but I don't plan to sit in a stand that is absolute sh*te tbh, should be moved to the railway at least.
I'm sure they also had under 11 and under 16 pricing last season too, which have been removed.

So pay the premium for the 'good' one. There is a very generous offer for kids but you've found a way to moan as you didn't get exactly what you want. You are definitely in the wrong here.
Mandated as the Poster of Reason - October 2023
16:51, Tue 13 Jun
Last season, 1ad + 1ch(15) in the Tilton = £475 (£325 + £150)
Next season, 1ad + 1ch(16) in the Tilton = £615 (£395 + £220)

I understand that my lad is a year older, and now being charged the same as a 22 year old in work, but that's a 30%/£140 increase for me.
the king loves me
16:53, Tue 13 Jun
Less than a tenner a game for a 16 year old seems fine.
Mandated as the Poster of Reason - October 2023
16:54, Tue 13 Jun
brummiestu87
El Mayor
brummiestu87
HackneyBlue
struggling to remember what i paid last year in tilton upper, but £395 is ok with me

Yeah I'm happy with the adult prices but disappointed with the kids prices. I used to get my kids for free (which was fantastic), then they started charging £50 as we sit in the Tilton and now £110, which I think is poor from the club tbh. They should at least offer some form of family ticket

Quid a game for under 16s in Arthur’s Area (family stand).

I know, but I don't plan to sit in a stand that is absolute sh*te tbh, should be moved to the railway at least.
I'm sure they also had under 11 and under 16 pricing last season too, which have been removed.

It was under 13 and 13-18 last year.

Its now under 16 and 16-22.
23/01/20 Mad: I'll stop moaning now.
16:58, Tue 13 Jun
Charcy
brummiestu87
El Mayor
brummiestu87
HackneyBlue
struggling to remember what i paid last year in tilton upper, but £395 is ok with me

Yeah I'm happy with the adult prices but disappointed with the kids prices. I used to get my kids for free (which was fantastic), then they started charging £50 as we sit in the Tilton and now £110, which I think is poor from the club tbh. They should at least offer some form of family ticket

Quid a game for under 16s in Arthur’s Area (family stand).

I know, but I don't plan to sit in a stand that is absolute sh*te tbh, should be moved to the railway at least.
I'm sure they also had under 11 and under 16 pricing last season too, which have been removed.

So pay the premium for the 'good' one. There is a very generous offer for kids but you've found a way to moan as you didn't get exactly what you want. You are definitely in the wrong here.

I have gone from paying nothing, to paying £50, now to £110. Its quite a jump and he's only 9. On top of that, they've removed the family ticket too.
16:59, Tue 13 Jun
I had already decided that I wasn’t renewing but these kids price increases do seem a bit steep.
For me and my daughter it would be a extra £130.