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2013 Season Tickets / Matchday Prices

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Its shocking everyone should pay the same price.Thats 2 more car fulls wont be attending next season from our gaff.Another club from SL dictating again i bet. their not happy calling the shots from a far they now want to call them in our league too.Why dont they give their feeder club the extra 2 quids.I would'nt mind paying it if every other club payed the same.

If you don't wanna come then don't I'm sure we won't loose any sleep if you pit pony's don't turn up. Just shows how loyal you lot really are. I'll support hunslet home and away regardless of the price. WELL DONE FEV YOUR TOP FANS!!! Not heard 1 negative from our proper local rivals YORK

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If you don't wanna come then don't I'm sure we won't loose any sleep if you pit pony's don't turn up. Just shows how loyal you lot really are. I'll support hunslet home and away regardless of the price. WELL DONE FEV YOUR TOP FANS!!! Not heard 1 negative from our proper local rivals YORK

Why should we have to front your lack of home support because were well supported? Also i can understand the idea but the principle is wrong IMO.Also no dis respect to you guys but it isnt a so called big game for us.So i can see a few staying away.Also it does'nt help being a rhinos idea too why dont they give you the loss of income as you are their feeder club after all.

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I see Sheffield Eagles have adopted my idea of a book of tickets (10 for £100). It will be interesting to see if it helps attendance wise, as i hoped it would for Hunslet if they had used the idea. Good luck to them.

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Why should we have to front your lack of home support because were well supported? Also i can understand the idea but the principle is wrong IMO.Also no dis respect to you guys but it isnt a so called big game for us.So i can see a few staying away.Also it does'nt help being a rhinos idea too why dont they give you the loss of income as you are their feeder club after all.

since hunslet are the first rugby club to use the discount certain games approach, how is it a rhinos idea?

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since hunslet are the first rugby club to use the discount certain games approach, how is it a rhinos idea?

It just so happens that the 1st time hunslet introduce it they are in partnership with the whinos not a coincidence then?

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You,ve got to laugh at this lot, they take Ellis on loan from Wakey who plays one week for them and the next for wakey, Briscoe from Hull same sceinario, they sell Briggs to Bradford and Hardaker to Leeds to stop them going belly up and then take them back dual reg on the SL clubs terms but Hardaker breaks into the Leeds squad so that ones stopped.Cockeyne uses them for a few games after HKR sack him and then moves onto a big club ( wakey ) as does Dickens and they have the cheek to say they aint a feeder club. Get real, you,re Mark Campbells plaything, i can well remember when he threatened to walk away and you,re forum went into meltdown begging him to stay, or more like his wallet.You,d do well to remember all this before you come on here slagging us off, and making out you,re holier than thou.

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It just so happens that the 1st time hunslet introduce it they are in partnership with the whinos not a coincidence then?

Or maybe its that the club is now owned by its fans who have innovative ideas for the club?

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FAO Simon Hall

YOU WERE SPOT ON :)

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Im a fev fan and am more than happy to support this innovative idea our lot will have a whinge but will forget about this in a few months time and turn up in numbers footballs been doing this idea of pricing for years for the bigger games good luck with it and see you at the SLS next season!

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Not heard 1 negative from our proper local rivals YORK

To be fair theres no replies to the topic...at the moment

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Im a fev fan and am more than happy to support this innovative idea our lot will have a whinge but will forget about this in a few months time and turn up in numbers footballs been doing this idea of pricing for years for the bigger games good luck with it and see you at the SLS next season!

Thanks, good to see you seeing this initiative for what it is, look forward to seeing you and many other Fev fans at south Leeds next season

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Only time will tell if this is a good idea or not.

You do the same things you get the same results.

One thing for sure is that the guys running the club will not bury their heads in the sand and will react accordingly.

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Can't see what all the fuss is about, no one will pay more next season and most will pay less, could understand people moaning if Hunslet had put the prices up for the cat; A teams, well done Hawks and thanks for admitting the Knights are a big club. B)

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No problem in clubs trying different ideas,it's been happening in football for years,if it don't work try another idea.I'm happy that the rams are in the "B"cat,one thing that should be put right,the doggies should be in "c" cat :P

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FAO Simon Hall

YOU WERE SPOT ON :)

Ha ha! I must be some sort of psychic.

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No problem in clubs trying different ideas,it's been happening in football for years,if it don't work try another idea.I'm happy that the rams are in the "B"cat,one thing that should be put right,the doggies should be in "c" cat :P

Nice of you to think of us "doggies" in these hard financial times and want our fans to save money with cheaper ticket prices andy B)

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Charge what you like for me old lad, i wont be visiting any feeder club in 2013

Good. If you keep your promise I'll give both York and Hunslet the money you would have spent getting in. One thing I would add though, I go to Fev every time we play there and spend quite a few quid, was even considering getting a corporate box next year as we did last year and it was great. Probably wont be bothering now due to the attitude us "lesser" clubs get off some of your frankly arrogant fans. I'm sure Mark Campbell and Paul Taylor will be delighted to know your putting sponsors off?

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Good. If you keep your promise I'll give both York and Hunslet the money you would have spent getting in. One thing I would add though, I go to Fev every time we play there and spend quite a few quid, was even considering getting a corporate box next year as we did last year and it was great. Probably wont be bothering now due to the attitude us "lesser" clubs get off some of your frankly arrogant fans. I'm sure Mark Campbell and Paul Taylor will be delighted to know your putting sponsors off?

Well said, Some supporters need to realise that they are stuck in a league with us lesser clubs for the foreseeable future and without us they wouldn't have a league to play in or a team to support.

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I see Sheffield Eagles have adopted my idea of a book of tickets (10 for £100). It will be interesting to see if it helps attendance wise, as i hoped it would for Hunslet if they had used the idea. Good luck to them.

Your idea ? :huh:

I've been promoting this instead of season tickets for about twenty years ......

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I'm just wondering where these three extra matches are coming from ....

11 last year, 13 in 2013 ..... hmmm. :wacko:

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Featherstone fans will be charged £16, the same price as last season NO INCREASE! Hunslet fans will also be charged £16. NO INCREASE! Hunslet fans going to Featherstone next season will be charged £17, £2 INCREASE on last season, INCREASE! So who's getting the best deal and who's been disrespectful? I'd say NIETHER clubs, just both clubs doing what's best for themselves in hard times, will I be boycotting Featherstone because of a £2 increase?, NO il happily pay any amount to support my team, and if that means is helping out a fellow championship club at the same time then even better!

spot on gareth

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griff,no teams were relegated last year but teams promoted from champ 1.those are the extra games

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griff,no teams were relegated last year but teams promoted from champ 1.those are the extra games

Last year was 9 league + 2NRC = 11. This year is 13 league, so 2 extra not 3. Anyway, that's just being picky. ;)

As I recently posted on the Fev forum, the pricing structure isn't exactly rocket science. If you want to go to the game, you pay the price asked. If you don't want to pay, you don't watch the match. :lol:

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griff,no teams were relegated last year but teams promoted from champ 1.those are the extra games

Your blurb says three extra games. There are only two. Someone's cocked up here.

Just saying.

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Cheapest adult single ticket prices for 2013 - for comparison.

At £12 - Whitehaven and Hunslet

At £13 - Dewsbury

At £14 - Workington, York, Keighley and, errm, Hunslet

At £15 - Halifax, Sheffield, Batley, Doncaster and Barrow

At £16 - Hunslet again

At £17 - Fev

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