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Whether you like Blackburn Rovers or not, you cannot deny this is a great deal for a premier league team.....

£209 adults - all games - Kids - £79
£150 adults - 16 games - Kids £50

Now im sure alot of other clubs (lower leagues) - charge much, much more!

Fancy Premierleague football and dont want to be ripped off?? Buy a ticket at Ewood then and watch all the teams for a much more family friendly price!!


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#1
Voted hot lol but the stadium will still be half full whatever price they charge
#2
Most of my friends are Rovers supporters, will let them know.
#3
great value,even if it is blackburn lol, a lot of the other clubs should wear masks, rip off merchants!!!!!!!!
#4
It's a good deal. £11 a game.

Dodgymix, how do you work out that an average gate of over 25,000 this season is a half full stadium?
#5
What happens with the other 3 games?
#6
dodgymix
Voted hot lol but the stadium will still be half full whatever price they charge


With a average attendance of over 25000, think you'll find that the stadium is now 83% full, thanks to the ticketing offers that Rovers run.

Furthermore, Ewood Park is now a fortress where even teams like Villa, Liverpool, Chelsea struggle to get more than a point.
#7
Broadsword
What happens with the other 3 games?


Those season tickets holders in the Darwen end will be offered seats elsewhere at £26 each.
#8
The other 3 you can purchase at a priority price of £26, rather than the matchday price which will be at least £36!
banned#9
swemeatballs78
With a average attendance of over 25000, think you'll find that the stadium is now 83% full, thanks to the ticketing offers that Rovers run.

Furthermore, Ewood Park is now a fortress where even teams like Villa, Liverpool, Chelsea struggle to get more than a point.


And also struggle to have an entertaining game.....:whistling:

Had to do it!

Scorching deal for Prem football

Hot!
#10
Teams Like Grimsby in Division 2.....and heading for the conference charge more than this to see games.
Whether you support Blackburn or not, this is a great price to see some great teams from the Premier League play.
Granted Big Sam's teams aren't always that great to watch due to his style, but it's usually combative and effective, But some great visiting teams to see here.
More top tier teams should look after fans like this, instead of robbing them.
Granted though those that sell out every game, have no need to do this sort of thing.
The price for seeing all the premier league matches....well it's got to be hot
Don't vote cold just because your not a Blackburn fan. Vote on the deal.
#11
You'd have to pay ME to have to watch any long ball rubbish served up by Fergies puppet, Big Fat Sam. Reminds me of a big fat cow the way he masticates his chewing gum. Urgh, disgusting!
Voted hot though, cos great deal if you're used to watching crap like this.
#12
Got to admit this is a hot deal if you like long ball footy !
From a Claret!:p

UTC!
banned#13
shame its blackburn...
#14
tintinlostsnowy;8261358
Got to admit this is a hot deal if you like long ball footy !
From a Claret!:p

UTC!


I have to admit you get more games for your money in the Championship tintin so you should be in for better value at Burnley next season!
#15
Let compare the local Rivals, based on their cheapest seats:

Burnley = £345 early bird - £409 after
Bolton = £189 - 09/10 for a half a season ticket
Preston = £219 - 09/10 for half a season ticket
Blackpool = £449 -09/10 prices
#16
If you're a fan, this is a scorching deal for season ticket to see a team guaranteed to be playing Premiership football next season.
#17
That is absolutely brilliant, I know they have had a fairly uninspiring season but this sort of deal will for sure bring people in and make cheering that little sweeter.

Top move, hot deal.
#18
Very Hot Deal for Blackburn fans!

Can we have the same at Villa Park please Mr. Lerner?
#19
MBeeching
Most of my friends are Rovers supporters, will let them know.


You only have one friend ? :w00t:
#20
Mine at Tottenham is £890 and at a Ryman League South club is £120!
#21
Hughesy84
Let compare the local Rivals, based on their cheapest seats:

Burnley = £345 early bird - £409 after
Bolton = £189 - 09/10 for a half a season ticket
Preston = £219 - 09/10 for half a season ticket
Blackpool = £449 -09/10 prices


blackpool they are having a laugh do you get free entry to the pleasure beach for a year aswell

I been to blackburns ground once and its like watching football at the library and no I'm not a burnley supporter.
I blame blackburn and walkers millions for the downfall of british football they started it all when they paid £5million for chris sutton
#22
iloveabargain;8261683
I blame blackburn and walkers millions for the downfall of british football they started it all when they paid £5million for chris sutton


Interesting opinion. Jack Walker was a diehard Blackburn Rovers fan. He spent money on his love in life. Do you really think the Chelsea owner, the Manchester City owner or in fact any of the other bigh spenders are life long supporters of the clubs they are ploughing money into?
#23
iloveabargain


I been to blackburns ground once and its like watching football at the library and no I'm not a burnley supporter.

I blame blackburn and walkers millions for the downfall of british football they started it all when they paid £5million for chris sutton


Who do you support?

We have now got a new singing section going - its in the £150 Darwen End Stand - unreserved seating and the singers are starting to re-locate to their it appears

As for the Walkers - The season we won the league....United spent more on 1 signing (£8m - Andy Cole) than we did on all our signings. FACT!
#24
chappers
Teams Like Grimsby in Division 2.....and heading for the conference charge more than this to see games.
Whether you support Blackburn or not, this is a great price to see some great teams from the Premier League play.
Granted Big Sam's teams aren't always that great to watch due to his style, but it's usually combative and effective, But some great visiting teams to see here.
More top tier teams should look after fans like this, instead of robbing them.
Granted though those that sell out every game, have no need to do this sort of thing.
The price for seeing all the premier league matches....well it's got to be hot
Don't vote cold just because your not a Blackburn fan. Vote on the deal.


You are right, I'm a season ticket holder at Grimsby and it cost a lot more than this to watch rubbish teams all season......mainly Grimsby!!! This is a very good offer if you are a Blackburn fan.
#25
No offence if your up to 83% lol

two years ago when my team visited on a Wed night there was far more away fans..

"siht club no fans" resonated around the ground lol

good deal though to watch premiership even if only one of the sides on the pitch play "premiership" style football
#26
HOT HOT HOT, excellent value for money! COYB. All other Prem clubs should take note!
#27
How exactly do Blackburn Rovers survive financially? Taking this offer for example - the majority of the attendance will be season ticket holders, some money goes to the away team, so maybe only £300k to be kept in gate receipts. That's 19 times per year, some away money 19 times a year, and any cup run. Averaged over 12months that's less than £150k/week. I presume that the players' salaries that we hear about are paid every week of the year, not just match weeks. And there are numerous other costs.

I'm guessing that, going by figures quoted for even average Premiership players elsewhere, they must have a sizeable number of players on £10-£25k per week. Is the owner pumping in £millions/year, does TV money distort the whole picture, do they make money from other ventures? Just trying to understand how the finance works.
#28
BRFC are not interested in profit, we operate in around £20mil of debt and just about break even every year. Gate receipts are now pritty much irrelevant due to the TV money, this allows us to charge such low prices. With the addage of the TV money (which will be an extra £13m this year) and paying relatively low wages. Not no mention the smart work in the transfer market, RSC bought 2 mil sold £17.5 same with Bentley, although 40% of the Bentley money went to Arsenal.

The Walker trustees are no longer putting in the £3mil a year they use to put in. This stopped a few years ago.
#29
Guys .....

Can't believe you fell for this April fools gag !! Like anyone would pay that much to watch Fat Sam's long ball merchants of dourdoom!
#30
dodgymix
Voted hot lol but the stadium will still be half full whatever price they charge


Hmm let's use your genius maths

Capacity 31,367

Average 25,004

So the ground is 79% full on average.

I'd love you to set half price deals

IF ONLY we could say average 40,000 like Chelsea in a city of over 7 million rather than 25,000 in a town of 130,000 people
#31
wot a rip off!

For roughly a mere £550 i can get the cheapest season ticket to watch Leeds in League One again next season...
1 Like #32
dodgymix
No offence if your up to 83% lol

two years ago when my team visited on a Wed night there was far more away fans..

"siht club no fans" resonated around the ground lol

good deal though to watch premiership even if only one of the sides on the pitch play "premiership" style football


Must have been a league cup game and it was your teams cup final otherwise the lowest home gate we've had for years in the prem is around 18,000 and away fans are only given 8,000 max. And if the the gate was only 18,000 it was in no way against a side big enough to bring 8000 away fans.

2/10 see me, Mr Maths Teacher
#33
Whilst this is an excellent deal, I would rather spend the extra £400 to watch the mighty Everton!

Great deal for Rovers fans you should snap them up.
#34
Love the whole long ball posts. If people watched them and saw every match, then they would not say that. All like to follow the media....
#35
cruz
Hmm let's use your genius maths

Capacity 31,367

Average 25,004

So the ground is 79% full on average.

I'd love you to set half price deals

IF ONLY we could say average 40,000 like Chelsea in a city of over 7 million rather than 25,000 in a town of 130,000 people



Did you want the same debt as Chelsea ? ;-)
#36
niggit
Love the whole long ball posts. If people watched them and saw every match, then they would not say that. All like to follow the media....



Erm stats do show you do play the longball game - F365 quite often put the stats up after Big Sam moans they are not a longball merchant team.. and the stats show they are.


Still think its an April Fool....
#37
It's £10 more then this season. it's not an April fool. Plus F365 talk rubbish and try get stuff from other sites.
#38
Christ. Didnt know these had been announced.

Another great price from the Rovers. Hopefully this season I can go get one. :)
#39
anydiscount
How exactly do Blackburn Rovers survive financially? Taking this offer for example - the majority of the attendance will be season ticket holders, some money goes to the away team, so maybe only £300k to be kept in gate receipts. That's 19 times per year, some away money 19 times a year, and any cup run. Averaged over 12months that's less than £150k/week. I presume that the players' salaries that we hear about are paid every week of the year, not just match weeks. And there are numerous other costs.

I'm guessing that, going by figures quoted for even average Premiership players elsewhere, they must have a sizeable number of players on £10-£25k per week. Is the owner pumping in £millions/year, does TV money distort the whole picture, do they make money from other ventures? Just trying to understand how the finance works.


By having a fantastic scout facility, youth facility, board and chairman. The fact is, as someone said before, Blackburn Rovers have about £20m debt, which was borrowed from Banks. This is one of the least debts in the Premier League.

Sometimes Managers spend silly and dont reap the benefits, but this is out-weighed by the signings the majority of them make and make a profit when the player moves on.

Christopher Samba was bought for £400,000. We could easily see £6m for him in today's market, and he is arguably one of the best defenders in the league.

19 out of the 20 clubs in the league will sound off Blackburn for 'low' attendances in a town of 105,000 people. They will sound off for 'un-pretty football.' They will sound off the 'over-physical style' our players have. None of which have any merit to any of them. But what these so called 'fans' fail to see is Blackburn Rovers is a well oiled, organised club. It has been for a long, long time. And while the rest of the Premier League is up to their eye-balls in debt, Blackburn Rovers has had a consistent borrowing of £20m in the red for a number of years.

The numbers came out a few months back about debt in the Premier League, and Id be very surprised is Blackburn accounted for even 2% of the total of that debt.

Projection of league finishes are paramount to the turnover of the club. Last season, it was projected at 10th (or something like that) and Paul Ince completely ballsed it up. This season, it is 13th. If Blackburn finish above 13th, then each position above 13th will result in a £720,000 profit. A top-half finish would suit Blackburn very nicely now.

For a comprehensive list of debt in the Premier League in mid-2009, along with wages and so forth, go here:

http://www.thevillablog.co.uk/aston-villa-blog/avfc-news/aston-villa-come-in-ninth-in-the-premier-league-list-of-clubs-by-turnover/

Finally, in regards to the 'long-ball' comments, please go to http://www.virginmedia.com/sport and check out the club highlights. Once again, WAY off the mark. Blackburn have played some teams off the pitch this season, and pushed others to the limit, including the likes of Chelsea and Liverpool.
#40
As a Blackburn End season ticket holder (living in the Midlands) this is just faaaaaantastic value. We've had great home form this season so I'm well pleased.

If you support a different team (or no team at all) this will probably not interest you BUT it's an undeniable deal.

I cannot deny that we do not play a silky passing game but we are far from long ball merchants. And even if we were, I would still watch them - real fans don't pick and choose which team to support.

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