Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter calls on fans to back team

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Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter calls on fans to back team

Unread post by southerntiger » Sun 13 Apr, 2014 7:34 pm

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Peaches wrote:I paid $30 for my general admission ticket because I couldn't make it into the stadium before 4pm. I feel that's a touch expensive.

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$30 for a general admission ticket? Therein lies the major part of the problem Mr. Mayer. How can you expect young families to attend at those prices?
Been that price for three years. Family tickets are better value.

Price isnt the problem.

I have no problem paying $30 to see elite athletes going around.

Club also has some very cheap short term memberships.

Plenty of options.

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Unread post by Black'n'White » Sun 13 Apr, 2014 8:59 pm

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Newtown wrote:
Peaches wrote:I paid $30 for my general admission ticket because I couldn't make it into the stadium before 4pm. I feel that's a touch expensive.

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$30 for a general admission ticket? Therein lies the major part of the problem Mr. Mayer. How can you expect young families to attend at those prices?
Been that price for three years. Family tickets are better value.

Price isnt the problem.

I have no problem paying $30 to see elite athletes going around.

Club also has some very cheap short term memberships.

Plenty of options.

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Southern, the problem doesnt lay with getting the hardcore membership holders to turn up, its getting the locals to rock up on a whim to grow the membership, get those chained to the couch out there... how many locals would have off the cuff heard the $10 deal on twitter, the answer was sweet fook all. I only knew because of on here and I follow Mayer, thats a advertising failure of massive proportions...

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Unread post by Knuckles » Sun 13 Apr, 2014 9:25 pm

Newtown wrote:
Peaches wrote:I paid $30 for my general admission ticket because I couldn't make it into the stadium before 4pm. I feel that's a touch expensive.

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$30 for a general admission ticket? Therein lies the major part of the problem Mr. Mayer. How can you expect young families to attend at those prices?
$30 is ridiculous.

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Unread post by 1/4 chicken,chips » Fri 18 Apr, 2014 1:18 pm

30 dollars is a joke ,and if you get hungry and want a couple of drinks it becomes 50 , and that's not counting your expenses just getting there .bring your missus and that doubles .yes it really is an expensive outing ,gee imagine how much it costs a young family with a few kids .id say a subscription to foxtel for a young family would be much better value .as for elite mr southern .these guys are only footballers .

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Unread post by Phantomlock » Fri 18 Apr, 2014 1:29 pm

I live in Auckland, have taken family members to 2 of the 6 games so far - Rabbits & Warriors - and planning to catch a few more this season...so what's the problem again?

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Unread post by innsaneink » Fri 18 Apr, 2014 2:00 pm

Phantomlock wrote:I live in Auckland, have taken family members to 2 of the 6 games so far - Rabbits & Warriors - and planning to catch a few more this season...so what's the problem again?

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Only two?
Tut tut

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Unread post by Phantomlock » Fri 18 Apr, 2014 2:09 pm

innsaneink wrote:
Phantomlock wrote:I live in Auckland, have taken family members to 2 of the 6 games so far - Rabbits & Warriors - and planning to catch a few more this season...so what's the problem again?

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Only two?
Tut tut
Yeah, and forgive me for spending so much getting there. $30...TUT TUT!!!

Warriors had 22K+ in Wgtn. Cambeltown 6K+...TUT TUT!!!

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Unread post by happy tiger » Fri 18 Apr, 2014 2:11 pm

Newtown wrote:
Peaches wrote:I paid $30 for my general admission ticket because I couldn't make it into the stadium before 4pm. I feel that's a touch expensive.

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$30 for a general admission ticket? Therein lies the major part of the problem Mr. Mayer. How can you expect young families to attend at those prices?

That's pretty normal I think

CBus was $32 , but then again at Cbus kids get in free

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Unread post by innsaneink » Fri 18 Apr, 2014 2:13 pm

Youre forgiven , you probably shouldve spent more though....only two games?
You should hook up with knuckles, he loves to tell us all about the $1000s he spends.

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