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2013 ticket prices

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Hemel's season tickets are £85 (£10 discount for trust members) and include admission to all NRC games.

What are people willing to pay to watch this season?

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How many people will spend good money on a season ticket to watch Rugby League at slightly above amateur level,not many may be the derby game might attract 500 but the rest you might as well watch Waterhead or Saddleworth.

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Well i'm looking forward to supporting my town team, no matter what the standard. They are putting together a decent squad and i am looking forward to seeing what the new coaching staff bring to the club. Come on you Yeds!!!!!!

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With the change of personnel I would imagine there could be renewed interest. With a good start and sustained success, I would expect the crowds to increase on last season, especially if some structural improvements are made to the ground.

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Looking forward to the season.

Think we have a good squad who could entertain and play quality rugby.I'd like to think the crowds will increase as we do well. You can't knock what we've done since TB left so it's a case of turn up and support.

I'm not expecting a reduction in ticket prices and would rather put something in the club coffers in difficult times.

Roll on the start

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100 quid season ticket at 10 quid a month would see me and Chris get one even though we might only make 2 games. Steady income for the club.

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100 quid season ticket at 10 quid a month would see me and Chris get one even though we might only make 2 games. Steady income for the club.

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The squad seems allright on paper but its whether they can blend together.

Fans have said at the start of each of the past few seasons that we have assembled a good squad but thinks did not work out.

Lets see how they play in the Northern Rail.

On admission prices its about time the concessions for pensioners was half price two pounds off is not much of a concession compared to other clubs.

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Well i'm looking forward to supporting my town team, no matter what the standard. They are putting together a decent squad and i am looking forward to seeing what the new coaching staff bring to the club. Come on you Yeds!!!!!!

Nothing wrong with a bit of optimism.

Everything I've read about the new coach is good.

The players will of course have to perform but Mr Naylor doesn't look or sound the type to put up with anything but 100% effort, commitment etc , so fasten your seat belts !!

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One factor a number of players have alluded to is Scott Naylor telling the players directly what is good, and what was not done correctly.

It seemed to infer that this was not Tony Bensons strong point.

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Prices for next season need to be realistic and competitive, considering the current economic climate.

To my mind, a fiver for adults and a couple of pounds for kids and pensioners would be about right and reflect the level the team is competing at.

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Prices for next season need to be realistic and competitive, considering the current economic climate.

To my mind, a fiver for adults and a couple of pounds for kids and pensioners would be about right and reflect the level the team is competing at.

Too right they should be a Fiver, and I want a stadium thats up to Old Trafford standards for that money, with leather seats , complete with arm rests, a bar where you can get a beer within two minutes of leaving my seat, a marching band at half time, and the ticket price to include prawn sandwiches to be brought to me at half time.

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Too right they should be a Fiver, and I want a stadium thats up to Old Trafford standards for that money, with leather seats , complete with arm rests, a bar where you can get a beer within two minutes of leaving my seat, a marching band at half time, and the ticket price to include prawn sandwiches to be brought to me at half time.

I might be willing to pay a little more if we had all that!

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Too right they should be a Fiver, and I want a stadium thats up to Old Trafford standards for that money, with leather seats , complete with arm rests, a bar where you can get a beer within two minutes of leaving my seat, a marching band at half time, and the ticket price to include prawn sandwiches to be brought to me at half time.

what!!!!!!!!!! kevin would not like that allroughyed!

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I reckon about a fiver too and i think i read it on some other site that some of the other clubs in our league are charging a fiver.

I agree with bigred that this represents how much we should be paying for the level of rugby we are at.

I pay a couple of quid to watch amateur rugby so a fiver is about right.

However, if i was to put some money on it, i reckon CH will drop the prices from £12 to £10 at best.

I cant see it being priced any cheaper than that especially not such a big drop to a fiver.

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I would like to see prices dropped to £10. I think 600 at £10 is much better than 500 at £12 to bring in £6,000. I can't see it happening though.

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If it's priced at £10 or £12 this season I would be surprised to see crowds above 200 or so!

As someone has already said above, you can watch local amateur sides for a couple of pounds. Are people going to pay six times that amount for a product not much above NC standard?

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Yes I think they will BigRed. Due to the fact that it is the towns professional team. The standard is well above Conference standard.

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Yes I think they will BigRed. Due to the fact that it is the towns professional team. The standard is well above Conference standard.

We will see how much higher standard they are if they get a top Conference team away in the Challenge Cup.

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Will people pay £12 / £5 to watch Oldham v Hairnets....absolutely. Will they pay £12 / £5 to watch Oldham v University of Gloucestershire.......I suspect not.

Would people go to most games at £8 / £2......I think so. I've got 4 kids so £24 would be reasonable, may be even a discounted family ticket?

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Will people pay £12 / £5 to watch Oldham v Hairnets....absolutely. Will they pay £12 / £5 to watch Oldham v University of Gloucestershire.......I suspect not.

Would people go to most games at £8 / £2......I think so. I've got 4 kids so £24 would be reasonable, may be even a discounted family ticket?

According to the RFL, season tickets go on sale next week....

http://www.therfl.co.uk/news/article/26566/naylor-thinking-big-at-oldham

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If you know the price of a season ticket is the same as last season the addmission prices will probably be the same . I am not so sure the attendances are going to improve to watch this level of rugby, more so if Whitebank does not improve.

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Sorry for being pedantic, but if an article can't be bothered a few extra line breaks, it's impossible to read.

totally agree, websites are massively important to project a team or companies image to the wider public. Paragraphing and changing the grey font on grey to something darker would make it easier to read and help make it look like it wasnt put together in GCSE IT.

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