Over the odds for a game? Is that a joke? 4 clubs are paying what they paid last year, 5 clubs including Batley are paying £2 less than last season and the other 4 clubs are paying £4 less than less season, not one increase in any price! And again it's aimed to attract floating Hunslet support to attend the lesser attractive matches.
As for the £7 offer is for LUFC and Rhinos season ticket holders, and for anyone who was at the Rhinos Saints game, it's called trying to attract support, I have a season ticket which works out at £11 a game so I'm losing out. By £4 tomorrow, but I'm not bothered in the slightest, I'm more pleased that the club is doing all it can't to attract more support, I for one would pay any price to watch my team, you either want to support and follow them or you don't, simple as that!
I have to agree Blackpool. When your idea was first announced, I thought it was a good one and couldn't beleive all the Fev fans going mad about it (even though they were going t charge more for you to get in to POR)
And Coolie. Your argument kind of falls down when I, as a Batley season ticket holder, can get in to your home games for a fiver. Is that fair?
The Bulldogs sre still offering any Superleague season ticket holder entrance for a fiver. Is that fair?
These are all ideas to try and attract extra support through the turnstiles. I think the clubs should be applauded, not lambasted for trying anything they can in these austere times.