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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2018 12:37 pm 
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Hudd-Shay wrote:The trouble is, with all the negative publicity surrounding the game, people are very disillusioned with RL and can find plenty of other things to spend their hard earned brass on. To think of selling out a 28,000 capacity football ground for two games between four clubs is an achievement tells you where we are at as a sport. Fax are a perfect example. We regularly got more support for 2nd team games at Thrum Hall than the 1st team attracts now. Sad times but we carry on. Up The Fax!

Too true.Cost me just shy of £30 for me/son on Sunday and sadly our performance bored him.

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Family ticket to Castle Howard £34 have to say it was better value ( on a sunny day ) is that one of the solutions £35 family ticket offer ? 2 adults 2 kids east stand ? By from shop on day because organising families is hard work these days .

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 27, 2018 3:10 pm 
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jensenFF wrote:Family ticket to Castle Howard £34 have to say it was better value ( on a sunny day ) is that one of the solutions £35 family ticket offer ? 2 adults 2 kids east stand ? By from shop on day because organising families is hard work these days .


Suppose it's OK if you've got two adults and two kids in your party.

Not everyone has.

Personally, I think the future is something like a prepaid credit card. You charge it up with, say £100, maybe adds on £10 or summat as a bonus, then you use it to buy tickets. Bit like an Oyster card on London Transport.

However, technologically, we're a fair bit away from that at the moment. But we are approaching the cashless society. I saw somebody buy a pint of milk using a contactless card a couple of weeks ago. 52p - the supermarket probably got charged 25p or summat for that so that's their profit gone. :DOH:






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