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Bolton Wanderers has slashed the price of junior season tickets by 64% to just £49 for all areas at the Reebok Stadium during 2008/9 season.
Children will be able to watch Wanderers play Barclays Premier League football for less than £3 a game following this massive reduction in cost.
The price of adult season tickets in the North Lower stand have been cut by 14% to £299 while all other season ticket prices around the Reebok have either been reduced or frozen.
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http://www.bwfc.premiumtv.co.uk/page/SeasonTickets/0,,1004~1322057,00.html

Whilst Bolton may not be the most fashionable of clubs, they have to be applauded for attempting to turn around the decline in crowds by freezing ticket prices. The childrens ticket price is the cheapest in the Premier League.
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1 Like #1
This would be bad value at £29.99
#2
davt99
This would be bad value at £29.99


So that means that the Family Ticket which equates to a child ticket of only £19 for the season, or £1 a game is a good deal?
#3
davt99
This would be bad value at £29.99


How very dare you!

WW
#4
J J Okocha!!
#5
kevo davis
#6
Considering I pay about £50 a ticket this isn't bad is it!

Voted Hot.
1 Like #7
Would only be hot if someone paid me!!
#8
Excellent price for a Premier League club - fair play Bolton, while all other teams seem to be pricing familes and people out of going to games.
#9
Price is good, even if the football played and location are pants.

I wish West Ham were so cheap. But then you get what you pay for:-D.

Come on you Irons.....

HOT deal for honnest premiership club.
#10
Pay that to watch Megson's football? No way, Jose. ;-)

But I'll vote it hot, because it is a lead all clubs should follow. :thumbsup:
#11
[CENTER]:giggle::lol::giggle:[/CENTER]
#12
Damn kids have got it good nowadays!!!
Even if they only go to see the big FOUR play Bolton theyre in for a bargain.
#13
HOT, i paid 50 for my mk dons season ticket, in the cheapest zone =[ , be good as you can see all the top sides!
#14
given heat but youd have to pay me to go to that hole, good for the bolton fan though.
#15
hot! i'd love to see this idea take off and for other premiership clubs do similar things!
suspended#16
someones got to watch them :D
#17
AslaM
J J Okocha!!


Up the Tigers!
#18
Wow £300 back with quidco lol.

Great deal if your a fan and voted hot
#19
good to see prem teams lowering prices,

but can only see teams with rubbish attendances doing this ie Middlesbrough
#20
Can I be a kid again...£49 quid is a steal to watch the top teams play these..

£299 isn't so good though! Well not for Bolton anyway..:lol::giggle:
#21
to be fair tho it's worth bolton doing this in order to fill there ground,better having a full ground paying what ever it is than an empty ground
#22
arpeggi
hot! i'd love to see this idea take off and for other premiership clubs do similar things!

Not going to happen, the reason these are being offered at such a cheap price is because they cannot fill their ground, not because they are being extremely generous with their discounted prices.
Lets be realastic here , football is a business and if clubs can charge £50 a ticket and sell out week in week out why would they reduce their prices ?
I dont for one minute think the price of a ticket to see one of the top 4 clubs is in any way reasonable but I do understand the concept of supply and demand and if I were the owner of one of these clubs I too would charge as much as possible providing I filled the ground every week, it makes sense.

Great for Bolton fans who would have bought a season ticket anyway but we'll have to wait and see if their offerings will actually convince many armchair bolton fans to start supporting their team ... hopefully it will as this can only make it better for the premiership as a whole.
#23
If a load of dads take a load of kids today. In 10 years those kids will want to take themselves. In thirty years they will want to take their kids. It could be a very good long term strategy. I think every league club should do it. Even if they sell out every game. Developing a youth following that actually attend games should be as common as developing a youth policy for players. Every club should allocate space and run it though local schools or kids football clubs. Family stands help a little but always had alternative motives. I think just getting local kids in the habit of attending home games can only be positive. There are lots of ill informed jokes about manchester united's following being from down south but the truth of it is, United got lucky in that all the kids in the area went to United in the 70's and 80's. you could sit behind the stretford end for £1.60 in 1985 as a kid. Those kids now have season tickets. Sure they have their glory hunting fans but cheap tickets attracts a local following and grows the club. United is probably not the best example as they always had a massive following but it has made sure they have never seen a drop off in fans during the many trophyless seasons before sir alex got into the swing of things.

Good luck Bolton.
#24
Great Theory but in principle I just wonder how effective it would be. The first very major problem in this day and age is actually having to drag the kids away from their big screen lcds whether it be games consoles, dvds or plain old tele. I just wonder how many dads would actually get the dad of the year vote from their offspring for attempting such a thing.
Sure it is important for every club to have a new generation of supporters and the only way forward for clubs like bolton is to encourage more parents to bring their kids along is by offering huge discounts.
I am pretty sure in a good few years if this does pay off and they manage to fill their stadium you can bet your life on the fact that prices will creep up and up and it wont just be by inflation !!
Such is business .....
I wish it were different as I'd love to go to watch United every week, I am only 25 minutes away from the ground and although I got tickets to about 12-15 games last season I've been unable to go this season (since the pre-match friendly anyway!) due to financial reasons, mainly coz of this site finding me all these great deals !!!

If I could afford not to be an arm chair supporter I'd go and sing my little heart out but alas I'm priced out of things by the prawn sandwich guys who have more disposable income than I.

I'm off to slash my wrists now .....
#25
I'll give this a bit of heat but also want to point out that the (as seen on TV) Huddersfield Town £100 season tickets for adults,£70 12-17 year olds,£23 for 8-12 year olds and free for 7 and under has been re-opened until the end of this week! Previously listed here and reached a scorching 670 degrees.

Ok, so you don't get to see the over paid premier league prima donnas but you can't complain at under £200 for an adult and a load of kids! Plus over 16,000 sold so far which is pretty good for third tier!
#26
Like with most things in this world you pay for what you get I guess. Man United for example have produced some awesome football over this last season and lots of entertaining football has been on display, although costly to watch them its fair to say that you are unlikely to be dissapointed with the quality of the entertainment. Has Bolton produced the same level of entertainment and anywhere near the same level of quality this season to justify pricing their seats anywhere near the price of Man United's ? Its a simple answer , no ,

Hence the pricing structrure .....

That said , voted hot, a cracking deal for a bolton fan and good luck filling your stadium ;)
#27
toffeeefc
to be fair tho it's worth bolton doing this in order to fill there ground,better having a full ground paying what ever it is than an empty ground

here,here
#28
Well done Bolton!
#29
Better value at the JJB only £295 for a adult season ticket.
#30
Top stuff.
#31
sounds like a good deal to the nutral but lets see how much they spend on players this summer and we know we have the money but it will be the same old going after unrealistic targets just to to turn round and say well we tryed. i said to myself never going to give them another penny until they stop doing things on the cheap and invest so i will hang fire on renewing my ticket until i can see them spending my money
#32
I was born in Bolton, but for some reason my young son hates them (maybe something to do wtih me being born there and them beating Arsenal on a regular basis!). Sounds like a good price for season tickets tho, so voting hot (just hope my son doesn't find out).
#33
Mine cost £100 for a kids, in the cheapest stand :o
#34
Might be a stupid question but is the season ticket valid for games against the top clubs e.g. Man U, Liverpool,Arsenal? If so it would be worth it just to see the top sides even if you're not a bolton fan.
#35
Voted hot Bolton to lead the way in price charges now lets get the price of the beer/pies down lol
#36
not worth it for neck ache.......of course no sour grapes from a Reading FC fan...lol, i jest
#37
Gilleard;2228952
Up the Tigers!

and down again..lol just kidding...good luck! (Reading FC fan)
#38
its a great price Hot if only the toon tickets weren't so expensive.

i cant see Bolton struggling next season not with hull and stoke in premiership who i think will give derby a run for their money in terms of points tally. :)

i think Readings time is up in premiership By By

Toon for top 6
#39
toonarmy88

Toon for top 6



:thinking::oops::w00t:
#40
roomy25;2231194
Might be a stupid question but is the season ticket valid for games against the top clubs e.g. Man U, Liverpool,Arsenal? If so it would be worth it just to see the top sides even if you're not a bolton fan.
£300 for 4 games of footie - doesn't sound like great value to me.
Problem with the bigger clubs selling out week in week out is that the season tickets go to the people who have had them for 40 years. Anfield can be like a morgue on a Saturday, but European nights are magic (when the tickets go on general sale).

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