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Excellent pricing ?.

Hopefully will put off a lot of our numpties (and theirs) from travelling.

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1 hour ago, Tarabonga said:

Excellent pricing ?.

Hopefully will put off a lot of our numpties (and theirs) from travelling.

That is exactly why they have priced it as so. They don't want it to kick off. 

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5 hours ago, RaveDave said:

I was planning to go but at €45 a ticket for a friendly, they can shove it.

I feel better now for snubbing it.

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Agree it is pricey. However it is consistent with recent FAI prices. 

The FAI just announced record Season ticket sales which is a bit surprising given recent results.  However as you can see below Season tickets are very good value for money compared to game by game pricing.  The figures aren't published normally but sales of over 16,000 STs were claimed last year.  

Of course the dynamic is different given the stadium capacity and it is highly unlikely any of the games this month or next month will be close to a sellout IMHO. 

Here are all the prices for the game for home fans.  Note the Cat C (back of the upper tier , singing section 114 ) and family (2 adults and 2 kids in effectively Cat A seats) tickets are very difficult to get for most games.

Category A: €65.00
Category B: €45.00
Category  €30.00
Kids (under 16) (General Admission only): €15.00
Premium: €80.00
Family: €100.00

 

For reference here are the prices for the home UEFA Nations League games v Wales & Denamrk

 

Prices
Category A: €70.00
Category B: €50.00
Category €30.00
Kids (under 16) (General Admission only): €20.00
Premium: €100.00

and for the friendly v USA in June 2019

Prices
Category A: €60.00
Category B: €40.00
Category ? €20.00
Kids (under 16) (General Admission only): €20.00
Premium: €100.00
Family (Two adults/Two Kids): €100.00
 

The best value for RoI fans is a season ticket with covers 2 UEFA Nations League games, the NI friendly and the first 2 Euro2020 qualifiers next year.  Note the NI friendly was meant to have been part of last year's ticket hence the renewal price being cheaper.  

 

Season ticket 2018/2019 pricing:
 

Category
 
Renewal Price
 
New price
 
Adult C
 
€110.00
 
€140.00
 
Adult B
 
€140.00
 
€180.00
 
Adult A
 
€200.00
 
€240.00
 
Family       
 
€280.00
 
€330.00
 
Children (Under 16)
 
€45.00
 
€50.00
 
Student 
 
€90.00
 
€110.00
 
Supporter with a disability
 
€120.00
 
€130.00
 
Singing Section 
 
€110.00
 
€140.00
 

 

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I'll be going as long as the travel situation isn't a pain in the arse.

It's likely I'll go to this one on my own, keep away from drama, and watch a game of football.

Only because it's the football team I love playing an hour and a bit down the road, and not for any other reason.

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Just not worth the hassle for me.

Trying to work out how to get from Vienna to Sarajevo no problem.

Potentially being forced onto a bus to Dublin with some headers for a couple of hours and then herded about down there by the local police followed by watching a reserve NI team in a no consequence friendly. No doubt tales will then emerge of how poor locals were intimated or abused by nasty northerners. 

I hope I am overstating the negatives and everything will pass off smoothly but I just can’t see an upside.

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I suspect there won't be enforced travel this time but also suspect they will wait n see. If the expression of interest is low that may give IFA the confidence to let fans got it alone with some control on ticket handout as they've suggested

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20 minutes ago, Tarabonga said:

As many as want to go I would expect.

I completed the expression of interest but I’m only going if it isn’t school trips. 

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