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Motherwell FC have gone that extra mile in the current economic environment to increase value for those fans who commit to the club.

The free kids offer (now extended to all stands) and reducing the prices across the board for juveniles combined with the money off at various local business' off the back of a very successful campaign shows they are being particularly proactive.

Also, if the average fan uses a number of the added value offers as frequently as expected, its entirely possible in theory to get football for free next season.


DAVIE COOPER OFFER
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The fantastic “2 Kids go free in the Cooper” offer which kicked-off last season has returned once again. That means any adult or senior citizen purchasing a season ticket can claim up to two Juvenile / Young Adult Season Tickets absolutely free of charge.

We had a 13% increase in our Season Ticket base last year, the majority of which came from this offer, it’s little wonder given an adult and two juvenile’s ticket for the Davie Cooper Stand will cost just £300 – or just over £5 each per game!

WELLevate
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With the Davie Cooper Stand offer proving so successful last season, the club have rolled this out to all home stands in a scheme we’re calling “WELLevate”. In a throw-back to an era where youngsters, the lifeblood of the club, were first introduced to the magic of Fir Park by being ‘lifted over the gate’.

Modern Health and Safety regulations would hamper any replication but in 2011, ‘WELLevate’ is the closest you’re going to get. An entirely new initiative whereby if you buy and adult or senior citizen season ticket, you can bring along any kid aged 12 or under for free all season (season ticket book will be issued). We have also reduced the prices of ALL Juvenile and Young Adult season tickets throughout the stadium.

SPECIAL OFFERS
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In an exciting new scheme, Motherwell Season Ticket holders will benefit from a range of discounts and offers from a range of companies throughout Lanarkshire and beyond.

Take advantage of any one of these terrific offers from such names as:

* McDonalds
* KFC
* Pizza Hut
* Subway
* Brewers Fayre,
* Access NL Leisure
* LivingWell Health Club
* Evans Halshaw
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#1
Just found this link too that goes into more detail on all the benefits:

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#2
makes sense to put on some offers at motherwell, its always empty!
#3
Link to Official Site

On production of your 2011/2012 Season Ticket, you will be entitled to the following discounts:

KFC Palace Grounds Road, Hamilton & Glasgow Road, Wishaw - 20% Discount all season.

McDonalds, Brandon Parade South, Motherwell - Big Mac, McChicken Sandwich or Fillet-O-Fish and Medium Fries for only £1.99.

Pizza Hut, Palace Grounds Road, Hamilton - 2-for-1 on all main courses.

Subway, Muir Street, Motherwell - Any 6-inch Sub plus a packet of crisps or a cookie plus a regular drink for only £2.99.

Brewers Fayre, Belziehill Farm, Bellshill - “All you can eat” buffet and a drink for only £7.99.

The Pink Turban, Wishaw Road, Waterloo, Wishaw - 20% discount on evening buffet menu and 20% discount on a la carte menu.

The Bentley Hotel, High Road, Motherwell - 10% discount on any set menu.

Access NL Leisure - All North Lanarkshire - 16% discount on monthly membership – saving of £66 per year.

LivingWell, Hilton Strathclyde, Bellshill - Free Trial Pass and a minimum 19% discount on Monthly Membership.

Rita Rusk, Bothwell Road, Hamilton - 20% off all hair and products.

Brown Optometrists, Main Street, Bellshill & Main Street, Wishaw - 10% discount all season.

Evans Halshaw Ford, Windmillhill Street, Motherwell - A MOT for only £29.99.

HSS Hire, Locations throughout Scotland - 25% off tool and equipment hire or three days hire for the price of two.

Uppercrust, Gavin Street, Motherwell - 15% discount on all food.

Bubbles, Manse Road, Motherwell, 20% discount on all car washes & 10% off all valet services.

Blue Parrot, Nerston Industrial Estate, East Kilbride - 5% discount on linen and event hire products for weddings.

The Jewellery, Room 11, Argyll Arcade, Glasgow - 15% off all jewellery & commissions.

The Laundry, Company, Clydeview Shopping Centre, Blantyre - 20% discount off the first order.

Bilcos, Hillhouse Industrial Estate, Hamilton - 10% discount on the cost of any children’s party booked.

PSL Ltd, Fir Park, Motherwell - Special offers throughout the season.

Strathclyde Skip Hire, Overtown Road, Newmains, Wishaw - 5% discount on all skip hire.

Golden Eagle Coaches, Main Street, Shotts - Special rates when you mention Motherwell FC.

Weir’s Barber Shop, Brandon Street, Motherwell - 20% discount on all haircuts and colour.

Halliday’s Garage, Stewarton Street, Wishaw - 10% discount on all labour on any MOT (repairs only).

Edited By: scameron77 on Jun 08, 2011 14:29
#4
very good value foe money
#5
heat for the deal

wonder.....

will it catch on with the "smaller" clubs in the big league south of the border ?
#6
Im an arab as you can see and i think thats a very offer, good on well.
#7
grant20
Im an arab as you can see and i think thats a very offer, good on well.


Thanks mate, unfortunately all too often people on here can distinguish what is value for money or a deal from their personal feelings about the product or service. Its not in the spirit of the website however, what can you do.

Getting back to it, if you joined the gym with its discount, ate in Pizza Hut once every 2 months (which I think is my own personal frequency), McDonalds once a month, same with KFC and used the rest of the restaurants occasionally then you wouldn't be far off attending the football for free.
#8
Good deal, must be the best offer in the SPL by a country mile.
#9
Great deal for WELL FANS and all those in the local and surrounding areas looking to get their kids into footie.

Edited By: usain100nut on Jun 11, 2011 09:59: Spelling mistakes
#10
It is a 'hot' deal , no question

Adult and two children getting into 19/20 games for the coming season for a total of £300 is pretty decent value as it is

throw in the added value discount that have been negotiated with all the partners and it becomes a steal

take into account, all three tickets, could get the discount at each of the partners e.g haircuts. gym memberships a couple of hundred quid is easily recoverable through the scheme and no doubt many would utilise the food offers making the football almost free!
#11
Bucks the trend of clubs screwing fans for every penny they have!
#12
What great value, deserves to be a success!
#13
thats a really great deal, plus getting to see the likes of celtic and rangers twice per year (if they are lucky to finish in the top 6) and all those other deals they have added, good for the town.
#14
Good initiative from the club
#15
Its a brilliant deal. Wont go for it myself haha but hopefully we will now see fir park with a higher attendance than normal! Those who vote it cold, please, why?! Heat added!
#16
Amazing offer.
#17
Great offer ;)
#18
If you take two kids to watch Motherwell expect a visit from social services, cruel just cruel (_;)
#19
The stupids must only vote cold if it's an English Prem club....oO
'Course it's hot.
#20
great offer north or south of the border,, its a sign of the times, and a good way to bring certain over paid nancys wages down. hot.
#21
A good offer clubs outwith the old firm should do this more often, as do Invernessit makes it afordable to take the kids to the football as for non season ticket holders it would cost around £70 for 1 adult and 2 children at ICT and I suspect the same at Well,
Bring on the new Fixtures this Friday,


FYI
Inverness do a good offer in Family section for adult and 2 family chidren under 12 ( £290 inc 1 free child ),
they have restricted this year to family members as some naughty people were buying family tickets ( which are cheaper than Adult only ) without children!
#22
Great Deal - well done Motherwell for offering a great value deal for their fans, here's hoping all the other SPL Clubs follow suit.
#23
I'm a Celtic fan and this is a fantstic deal. Heat added.
#24
Great offer from a great team (not biased at all!) ;)
#25
I'm a Arsenal fan from London and can't afford to buy an Arsenal season ticket. Just a couple of questions regarding this offer: a) is Motherwell FC in London or near London? b) How much is it for a Motherwell scarf and shirt ?(large). c) Who are Motherwell's arch rivals? (I'm hoping it is Spurs as I can kill two birds with a stone.

Thanks in advance!
#26
Cold from me. comparative standard Sunday league football is free south of the border
#27
good on the well.voted hot
#28
Pedroscot
Great offer from a great team (not biased at all!) ;)


God sense of humour too (_;)
#29
Marty1981
Cold from me. comparative standard Sunday league football is free south of the border


Try and distinguish between the offer listed (against other SPL clubs, cost of senior football in the UK) and your personal opinions on the product or service. An all too common pitfall on here. Essentially a family of three can go to 19/20 games a season for free if they use the offers associated as envisaged. How can that be cold?

Secondly, as much as it pains me to say it, not many Sunday league teams in England would go to Old Trafford and hold Manchester Utd. to a draw, then lose 1-0 at home to a 87th minute penalty as Rangers did last season.

Edited By: scameron77 on Jun 13, 2011 00:12
#30
Tyler Halifax
I'm a Arsenal fan from London and can't afford to buy an Arsenal season ticket. Just a couple of questions regarding this offer: a) is Motherwell FC in London or near London? b) How much is it for a Motherwell scarf and shirt ?(large). c) Who are Motherwell's arch rivals? (I'm hoping it is Spurs as I can kill two birds with a stone.

Thanks in advance!


Tyler, you must be at the wind up mate?
#31
scameron77
Marty1981
Cold from me. comparative standard Sunday league football is free south of the border


Try and distinguish between the offer listed (against other SPL clubs, cost of senior football in the UK) and your personal opinions on the product or service. An all too common pitfall on here. Essentially a family of three can go to 19/20 games a season for free if they use the offers associated as envisaged. How can that be cold?

Secondly, as much as it pains me to say it, not many Sunday league teams in England would go to Old Trafford and hold Manchester Utd. to a draw, then lose 1-0 at home to a 87th minute penalty as Rangers did last season.

Crawley nearly did without putting 11 at the back.
Haven't voted cold really shame you had to bite but honestly the standard is shocking and rangers playing man u is there cup final whereas for man u its just another game hence rangers are up for it.

Edited By: Marty1981 on Jun 13, 2011 00:21
#32
scameron77
Tyler Halifax
I'm a Arsenal fan from London and can't afford to buy an Arsenal season ticket. Just a couple of questions regarding this offer: a) is Motherwell FC in London or near London? b) How much is it for a Motherwell scarf and shirt ?(large). c) Who are Motherwell's arch rivals? (I'm hoping it is Spurs as I can kill two birds with a stone.

Thanks in advance!

Tyler, you must be at the wind up mate?

Damit! Noone believes in my ignorance...
#33
Oh you sneeky cad Marty, did you think that devilish jape up in the cricket pavilion this afternoon, what what what?

Edited By: scameron77 on Jun 13, 2011 00:23
#34
scameron77
Oh you sneeky cad Marty, did you think that devilish jape up in the cricket pavilion this afternoon, what what what?
aye wee laddy now deep fry me mi mars bar and get us a can a special brew. Och aye the noo
#35
scameron77
Marty1981
Cold from me. comparative standard Sunday league football is free south of the border


Try and distinguish between the offer listed (against other SPL clubs, cost of senior football in the UK) and your personal opinions on the product or service. An all too common pitfall on here. Essentially a family of three can go to 19/20 games a season for free if they use the offers associated as envisaged. How can that be cold?

Secondly, as much as it pains me to say it, not many Sunday league teams in England would go to Old Trafford and hold Manchester Utd. to a draw, then lose 1-0 at home to a 87th minute penalty as Rangers did last season.

Here is a fact - Rangers, are the ONLY club to have played at old trafford and kept a clean sheet in 2010/11 season. :D As for the 11 at the back comment, ill point back up to my last sentance.... all other clubs lost goals and points
#36
batistawhc
scameron77
Marty1981
Cold from me. comparative standard Sunday league football is free south of the border


Try and distinguish between the offer listed (against other SPL clubs, cost of senior football in the UK) and your personal opinions on the product or service. An all too common pitfall on here. Essentially a family of three can go to 19/20 games a season for free if they use the offers associated as envisaged. How can that be cold?

Secondly, as much as it pains me to say it, not many Sunday league teams in England would go to Old Trafford and hold Manchester Utd. to a draw, then lose 1-0 at home to a 87th minute penalty as Rangers did last season.

Here is a fact - Rangers, are the ONLY club to have played at old trafford and kept a clean sheet in 2010/11 season. :D As for the 11 at the back comment, ill point back up to my last sentance.... all other clubs lost goals and points

Like I said rangers cup final as it was Crawleys as well But if your happy watching a team parking the bus make no wonder Scottish football is in the state its in
#37
Great deal from a family-orientated club. Hopefully be seeing you Steelmen on the 16th July for the friendly with the 'mighty whites'
#38
Hasn't it been more than a generation since a non Glasgow team won the title? It would be most cost effective to have a best of three between the Old firm teams and get back to haggis hunting
#39
Could just go and watch someone having a kickabout in the park and spend the £300 on Buckfast.
#40
Maybe Manurnited should have parked the bus at Wembley against Barca then we wouldn't have had a laugh at their ineptitude. I thought that was their cup final.

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