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    How best should the club look to keep the momentum of a good attendance level, for the next home game against Hull.

    Is there any benefit in offering a 50% discount for fans who bought a match day ticket for Brentford, looking to buy for the Hull game? Thoughts.
    Gloucester R's - No Sheep Shagging Allowed

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    i think if we play the guy with gloves in goal, the 2 biggest lads at cb, 2 guys with the shiniest boots in midfield and 2 strikers up front, 1 fat 1 thin and a winger to take corners that we win then we should have a good chance imo.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Gloucester_R View Post
      How best should the club look to keep the momentum of a good attendance level, for the next home game against Hull.

      Is there any benefit in offering a 50% discount for fans who bought a match day ticket for Brentford, looking to buy for the Hull game? Thoughts.
      A few years ago England had a great deal where if you bought a ticket for San Marino at home you automatically qualified for cheaper and advance sale ticket for the match against Brazil. The former attracted a 90,000 crowd...

      It has surprised me ever since that no, or few if indeed they have, clubs have taken this route to increase ticket sales for less glamorous fixtures.

      Too late, of course, for us with this, or the Brentford, fixtures but we do have some big games coming up in the new year for which we could apply the same selling approach. It would definitely prove to be more popular than the 5 game package in my opinion.

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      • #4
        Another 2 positive result in the next couple of away games and we'll have another big turn out.

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        • #5
          The club does a flexi ticket deal that offers some kind of discount. Half seasons are available too with a discount if you would attend all the games.
          Let's be honest, we have a hardcore home support of about 12k with a floating home support of another 12k who never all attend at once, if we are doing well then we get bigger gates, it's the same all over the country bar the man uniteds and Liverpool and Chelseas etc, big difference is ours and most other clubs have real fans not glory hunters and tourists.

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          • #6
            Question I would be asking as club is did the extra fans turn up because of the current good feel factor or because it was local derby

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            • #7
              Originally posted by loftbalcony View Post
              The club does a flexi ticket deal that offers some kind of discount. Half seasons are available too with a discount if you would attend all the games.
              Let's be honest, we have a hardcore home support of about 12k with a floating home support of another 12k who never all attend at once, if we are doing well then we get bigger gates, it's the same all over the country bar the man uniteds and Liverpool and Chelseas etc, big difference is ours and most other clubs have real fans not glory hunters and tourists.
              It costs 250 to watch 12 games games from the crappiest seats in the ground and 305 if you want a decent one...

              That still works out about 20 a match for the crap seats and 25 for the decent ones IF you attend all twelve matches.... We're in the 2nd division and those prices are not acceptable for a 'deal'.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Gloucester_R View Post
                How best should the club look to keep the momentum of a good attendance level, for the next home game against Hull.

                Is there any benefit in offering a 50% discount for fans who bought a match day ticket for Brentford, looking to buy for the Hull game? Thoughts.
                Thought Jeremy Corbyn was an R for a min, reading the title

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by loftbalcony View Post
                  The club does a flexi ticket deal that offers some kind of discount. Half seasons are available too with a discount if you would attend all the games.
                  Let's be honest, we have a hardcore home support of about 12k with a floating home support of another 12k who never all attend at once, if we are doing well then we get bigger gates, it's the same all over the country bar the man uniteds and Liverpool and Chelseas etc, big difference is ours and most other clubs have real fans not glory hunters and tourists.
                  Let's see if those real fans turn up when we are on the inevitable losing streak that we'll hit.

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                  • #10
                    Ever thought of helping out The Samaritans?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Shepherds Mush View Post

                      Let's see if those real fans turn up when we are on the inevitable losing streak that we'll hit.
                      If i could afford to go every home game i would believe me. Doesn't make me any less 'real' because i have to pick and choose when i can go.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Shepherds Mush View Post

                        Let's see if those real fans turn up when we are on the inevitable losing streak that we'll hit.
                        The point I'm making is some clubs are at capacity or near capacity all the time, glory hunters and tourists in alot of cases , most other clubs fluctuate with more attending when club doing well and as its been said some pick and choose due to cost of attending.

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                        • #13
                          What about season ticket holders. The ones that turn up thick or thin. Would they be happy to see someone turn up at a cheaper cost than them. Perhaps QPR cash would be a better way as the club would only lose at cost price.

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