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#1 off the wall

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Posted 23 January 2013 - 10:24 PM

just looked on hunslet web page on this site and i noticed that when we play them the gate price is £2 cheaper than their next home game against dewsbury. even the consession price goes up. are they grading their games at different prices and is this allowed by the rl or just a typing error. 12 quid our game and 14 for the dews game. bit daft that as we all know dews are always carefull with their money.

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Posted 23 January 2013 - 11:13 PM

just looked on hunslet web page on this site and i noticed that when we play them the gate price is £2 cheaper than their next home game against dewsbury. even the consession price goes up. are they grading their games at different prices and is this allowed by the rl or just a typing error. 12 quid our game and 14 for the dews game. bit daft that as we all know dews are always carefull with their money.


I think you'll find that its £16 for the Featherstone visit. Some Fev fans are saying they wont be going so it could be self-defeating.

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Posted 24 January 2013 - 12:30 AM

Wow..I don't think they have thought that one through...it's like us putting £2 on a derby game..and you how tight the jam eaters are..lol

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Posted 24 January 2013 - 06:00 PM

I think you'll find that its £16 for the Featherstone visit. Some Fev fans are saying they wont be going so it could be self-defeating.

no , have a look on hunslet thread and the posters for games and its there in black n white or blue and white , whatever. is this allowed as it seams like certain fans are not getting a fair deal.
what would happen if we put 2 quid on worky and haven games, they tell us to shove it.

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Posted 24 January 2013 - 06:05 PM

how about a ticket deal to include so many pints in the raiders bar and also a match day ticket. give the fan a bit of discount on the beer and get the drinkers in early into raiders bar. say £2 a pint when bought in blocks of 5 tickets. what you think?

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Posted 24 January 2013 - 06:14 PM

I'm already doing a promo on certain drinks every home game. As for getting the punters in early, its not quite working at the moment. But we will be opening early than normal every game so people get used to it. Lets just hope it works.
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#7 Keith T

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Posted 24 January 2013 - 07:03 PM

no , have a look on hunslet thread and the posters for games and its there in black n white or blue and white , whatever. is this allowed as it seams like certain fans are not getting a fair deal.
what would happen if we put 2 quid on worky and haven games, they tell us to shove it.


That's what I was saying. They have split the Championship teams in to 3 categories. Barrow, Haven and Town are all in the category C with a £12 admission fee but teams like Fev, Halifax, Leigh and York have been categorised as Category A with a £16 admission fee.

http://www.hunsletha...dmission-prices

I remember when .............................

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 06:26 AM

That's what I was saying. They have split the Championship teams in to 3 categories. Barrow, Haven and Town are all in the category C with a £12 admission fee but teams like Fev, Halifax, Leigh and York have been categorised as Category A with a £16 admission fee.

http://www.hunsletha...dmission-prices


So if Barrow beat Hunslet then they will be re-catagorised to an A and us away supporters pay more to get in :lol:

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#9 Paul Ballantyne

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 06:44 AM

So if Barrow beat Hunslet then they will be re-catagorised to an A and us away supporters pay more to get in :lol:


It won't matter Neil as we will have already played our away game to them at the £12 admission but if we get beat can we categories them and put their admission up!! Lol

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 06:47 AM

It won't matter Neil as we will have already played our away game to them at the £12 admission but if we get beat can we categories them and put their admission up!! Lol


Trouble is if we put their admission price up by £2 we will only make about an extra tenner :lol:

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 09:55 AM

Just to confirm our admission price was £16 across the board last season, this season we have reduced prices for 8 Championship games, 4 to £14 & 4 to £12 (Lowest in the Championship) So to confirm we haven't Increased any prices for any games, some clubs supporters will pay the same admission price as last season, some clubs will pay £2 less or £4 less than last season. The aim of reduction in admission prices for the 8 games is to try and attract floating fans in and around Leeds to attend our games and also to entice more fans from Barrow for example to make the journey to the South Leeds Stadium knowing your paying £4 less than our admission price in 2012 and the lowest admission fee in the Championship. Hope this explains.

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#12 FRISKY FILLY

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 10:31 AM

Yes a effort by Hunslet to attract supporters.- Remember this a all seater stadium so you get a seat for what you pay.
No price increase from last season but a reduction for most of the games. --- note that Featherstone have increased their prices to £17.
--- also look on the Hunslet website for photographs and progress reports on snow clearing at South Leeds Stadium, and the frost covers have been put down.

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 10:49 AM

Looking forward to beating you...errr sorry... meeting you next week..lol

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 08:48 PM

Hope a few of you can make it down. You'll be assured of a warm welcome in the Phoenix bar.

Look out for the match day programme. The front cover is a trip down memory lane for those of you that ever visited the Greyhound Stadium when we had the "Y" shape posts (see our forum for a piccie).

You had a cracking team in that period with the world's slowest goal kicker and scrum half who made Rob Burrows look like Peter Crouch.

Best of luck for the season (after Sunday of course).

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#15 Keith Nutter

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Posted 31 January 2013 - 06:38 AM

CH - The slow goal kicker you refer too was Colin Tyrer (of Leigh, Wigan, Barrow and Hull KR fame) and the scrum half will have been Frankie Jones - a very, very underrated No7.
Given that these two were both playing the season can only have been 1974/75 or 1975/76 -in the latter we were 2nd Division Champions and (God forbid) we were promoted!!!

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