It's not the money I disagree with it's the discrimination. I am being penalised because I follow a particular club yet my pension is the same as anyone elses. If I am charged more because I follow my chosen club I will seek to have the matter readdressed through legal channels. Positive discrimination is not acceptable.
Your not been penalised and your not been charged any more, ur paying excatly the same as you did last season.
If Hunslet want to reduce prices for any games next season from the standard £16 admission then it's the clubs prerogative to do so, it's no different from Fev dropping prices for a one off match next year is it? If you play Halifax one week and charge them £17 then the week after its Hunslet at home and you decide to drop prices by £5 to £12 to try and attract more floating fans who don't see it as a big attraction, that's not discrimination is it? Would the 400 Halifax fans who came to your place the week before call it discrimination? Very much doubt it, special match day offers take place week in week out at all clubs at all levels.
Don't be suprised if other clubs follow our lead on this, football have been doing it for over 10 years, and attendances have never been higher, so is this discrimination? No and does it work in football Yes? Maybe it's time we moved with the times.
Edited by Blackpool Hawk, 03 November 2012 - 07:49 AM.