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Yes £2.00, thats better than those Lancastrians down the road. Here is the official bumf from the club:

You can now buy a ticket for our game against Hereford United at the Galpharm Stadium on Saturday 20th December for just £2 as part of our '12 days of Christmas' offer!


Starting yesterday (Tuesday), Town are offering heavily discounted tickets for the Fantastic Media Stand Lower Tier for our League One clash with the Bulls. You can buy an adult ticket for just £2, but hurry - the price will double to £4 on Friday!

The full list of prices is as follows:


Wednesday 10th - Tickets just £2 in the Fantastic Media Lower Tier

Thursday 11th - Tickets just £2 in the Fantastic Media Lower Tier


Friday 12th - Tickets just £4 in the Fantastic Media Lower Tier

Saturday 13th - Tickets just £4 in the Fantastic Media Lower Tier

Sunday 14th - Tickets just £4 in the Fantastic Media Lower Tier


Monday 15th - Tickets just £8 in the Fantastic Media Lower Tier

Tuesday 16th - Tickets just £8 in the Fantastic Media Lower Tier

Wednesday 17th - Tickets just £8 in the Fantastic Media Lower Tier

Thursday 18th - Tickets just £8 in the Fantastic Media Lower Tier


Friday 19th - Tickets just £10 in the Fantastic Media Lower Tier


Saturday 20th - Tickets just £20 in the Fantastic Media Lower Tier


All bookings are subject to availability and booking fees when applicable.
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#1
Its good to see football teams giving something back to the fans.
It makes a change
HOT from me
#2
Well done Huddersfield....

I bet you that their neighbours down the road in Leeds wont be doing that!
#3
Somehow i dont see Ken Bates cutting his profit margins !!!

LUFC 1 - HTFC 2 :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D
#4
Hot for me too - well done Huddersfield
[mod]#5
Great idea...why not start a thread with a sentence that alienates all Lancastrians?

I used to live in Huddersfield, and I can pretty much guarantee that there will still be empty seats at the Galpharm even at this price as apart from the hardcore the town just couldn't give two hoots about the team. I don't mean that nastily, it's just how it is.

So, as a Lancastrian, shall I vote cold:whistling::evil:
#6
Not too make it a slanging match but we get over 11000 each week which is double the league one average, and yes there will be empty seats as no league one side would fill 26000 seats these days.

Hot deal as most clubs rip fans off these days.
#7
chromosome17;3726995
Not too make it a slanging match but we get over 11000 each week which is double the league one average, and yes there will be empty seats as no league one side would fill 26000 seats these days.

Hot deal as most clubs rip fans off these days.



I think you'll find that Leeds United had an average home attendance of over 26K that last season. Ahem

Well done Town. Problem is, they can't resell those empty seats from the stayaway 5,000 £100 ticket holders, but at least there'll be plenty of others to go at.

Seriously it's a great offer and an empty seat gives the club no money whatsoever, so at least they'll be grabbing something for them. I always find the big seat reductions can be a bit of a slap in the face for those who have already paid upfront for a season ticket, but so long as it is only the occasional match it's OK.
#8
Pay nuts, get monkeys!! ;-)
#9
Might be cheaper than "those Lancastrians down the road" but this is STILL Huddersfield v Hereford :w00t:

Voted hot though despite your Lancashire bashing. :santa:
#10
someone has gotta support them :-D
#11
andywedge
I used to live in Huddersfield


You escaped the town under the shadow of Mount Doom (Castle Hill)
Well done :)
#12
There does get to a point where just filling seats 'at any price' i.e £2 becomes a cost to the club, due to more stewards being required, more policing, electricity for that specific stand, safety licensing etc. As long as your chairman has taken that all into account and still thinks you'll at least break even then its fine, but doing publicity stunts like this and costing the club money is more detrimental. Its not like you need extra support due to it being Hereford and an almost guaranteed 3 points.

32k in league one for Leeds v Hudds, well done to those who attended (including hudds away) - it was more
than who went to see Everton V Middlesbrough!

As for 2-1, well done you won your cup final in 2008. (couldn't be totally gracious!)
#13
£2 that much!
#14
Great opportunity to get more bums on seats in football again. I'm a season ticket holder at Bradford City and we have season tickets at £138 (£6 per home game) We have at least 12500+ for our home games and it's great to see that amount of people at a league 2 game.

True, more people adds to costs for the club but the extra revenue from admission, should cover it.
banned#15
Very poor deal!
banned#16
Very poor deal!
#17
Bargain, considering it cost me £20 to see Morecambe play Nott County at the weekend. It was an awful match too.
Should have watched the boxing instead :)
#18
Seeing football matchs has become out of reach for a lot of familys.

Its great to see teams selling seats cheep to get fans in. As long as the club is breaking even selling tickets for £2 on match day (stewards are on low wages, I did it for Showsec at Leeds Utd about 10 years ago I was out of the house for best part of 6 Hours and came home with about £12 a game after petrol) then its a good idea as a better atmosphire is created and any other items sold to the person who paid £2 for the ticket will generate a profit ie programs, snacks etc. It proves clubs can do it. Well done to Bradford, Huddersfield etc. Lets hope it continues and gets real fans back in to football.
[mod]#19
Lee Clark?? :w00t:
#20
Great offer for fans especially this time of year.
#21
super_leeds_86
There does get to a point where just filling seats 'at any price' i.e £2 becomes a cost to the club, due to more stewards being required, more policing, electricity for that specific stand, safety licensing etc. As long as your chairman has taken that all into account and still thinks you'll at least break even then its fine, but doing publicity stunts like this and costing the club money is more detrimental. Its not like you need extra support due to it being Hereford and an almost guaranteed 3 points.

32k in league one for Leeds v Hudds, well done to those who attended (including hudds away) - it was more
than who went to see Everton V Middlesbrough!

As for 2-1, well done you won your cup final in 2008. (couldn't be totally gracious!)


I would question who's cup final it was!?

7th Nov - 9531 v Notrhampton
15th Nov - 32028 v Huddersfield
22nd Nov - 21182 v Hartlepool

All the L***s fans come to see the mighty terriers!! Onwards & Upwards
#22
Hi, I am a Hereford United fan and will be travelling up to Huddersfield for this match, I was wondering if any Huddersfield fans could tell me if it would be ok to buy some tickets for this stand ( is it a family area), my sister lives there so she could pick me some up.
#23
aden34
Hi, I am a Hereford United fan and will be travelling up to Huddersfield for this match, I was wondering if any Huddersfield fans could tell me if it would be ok to buy some tickets for this stand ( is it a family area), my sister lives there so she could pick me some up.


Hi Mate,

Hudderfield Town, like any other club has it's share of nutters, but you will be very safe in this stand. With respect, I hope you have a rubbish day out (result wise) ;-)
#24
aden34
Hi, I am a Hereford United fan and will be travelling up to Huddersfield for this match, I was wondering if any Huddersfield fans could tell me if it would be ok to buy some tickets for this stand ( is it a family area), my sister lives there so she could pick me some up.


The only problems you would face in that stand would be if it starts raining :-D
#25
aden34
Hi, I am a Hereford United fan and will be travelling up to Huddersfield for this match, I was wondering if any Huddersfield fans could tell me if it would be ok to buy some tickets for this stand ( is it a family area), my sister lives there so she could pick me some up.


Unless you want to be painted blue then I would reccommend sitting in the away end
Much Safer :thumbsup:
#26
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