These fri night games are now starting to get on my nerves.no holiday left so won't be able to go.getting to the point that it's not worth having a season ticket as I'm gone end up paying money for something I can't see.wake up itfc and sky and start giving a dam about the fans that go to football before we all end up watching on TV because paying to go will not be a viable option.
Well that's cost the club around 10 tickets at least as my mates and I had this down as our Xmas jolly.. Few town fans and a few boro.. Unfortunately sky do not care about the fans! Boro would ave taken 1500+ on the Saturday.. Now I reckon the number will be half that! Cr@p atmosphere.. Limited public transport.. Rush for fans after work/half day off.. Cheers sky NOT!!
Disappointing. Understand the extra revenue for the club is important (although Evans unlikely to reinvest it), but yet another night game on a work day isn't great for a season ticket holder like me who has to travel miles for a home game. Easy to plan for when fixtures released but not when they change dates part way through the season. Probably won't be able to make this one now.
£60K for a Thurs/ Fri/ Sat night game is not enough. We took 1400 to Reading and normally take 3000. Reading must have lost £50K in receipts plus their own walk up. I think the away team gets paid a lot lot less
Does anyone know how much you get a season from from Sky /Skybet - based on say a 10th place finish?
As everyone will know who contributes regularly on this site I am 100% behind the team and management what ever strange decisions they may make but sky keep changing the fixture list has really pisst me off I travel 200 miles each game and after 40 years of being a season ticket holder I think it's time to call it a day how can you make other decisions in your life when all of a sudden a game that was scheduled for a sat in aug all of a Sudden At The Whim Of Sky Becomes A Friday Fixture Total Disrespect For The supporters
so that's 6 Tuesday night plus up to now 2 Friday night games i cant get to as i live 180 miles from pr. doing the maths £395 /23 is £17 per game give or take£17 x 8 missed games equates to £126 down the swanny or £395 /15 games is £ 26 per game not rocket science and not much va!ue in a season ticket.
The figures do not really add up for me if it is £60k from Sky (see Phil's post above). That means if the crowd is 3,000 lower than it would otherwise be (which seems realistic) the Club loses 3,000 x average ticket price of £20 = 60k!