Manchester City Vs Birmingham - 1 Adult and 1 Junior ticket (aged up to 15) plus a junior 09/10 Home Shirt - package only £30 @ mcfc.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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Same as Wigan deal posted earlier

Two tickets for the crucial Premier League clash with Birmingham City AND a junior home shirt, all for just £30? Sound too good to be true?

Well, following the runaway success of the same Parent & Child match ticket package on offer for the upcoming clash with Wigan Athletic, the club is delighted to announce that it will be extending this offer to include the home game against Birmingham City on Sunday, April 11 (kick off 4pm).

With the race for Champions League football reaching fever pitch levels, we are expecting demand for tickets to be high.

The package includes one adult and one junior ticket (aged up to 15) plus a junior 09/10 home shirt and will cost just £30.

This offer is available from Saturday, March 20 to all personal callers at the stadium Ticket Office or Arndale Citystore and you can also telephone 0870 062 1894 (Option 1) to secure your deal.
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#1
Another cracking deal from the mighty blues!

Ive heard the rags are launching their own similar deal, basically you pay £50 for the adult ticket and they let you buy a childs ticket for full price! They will then throw in a Norwich City scarf for full price!
#2
guv
Must be great supporting a small club that can't sell their tickets and able to offer deals like this.

Super stuff. :thumbsup:


Yeah a small club that averages over 45k despite having not won anything for over 30 years! If the rags went 30 years without a trophy there would be one man and his dog watching!
#3
yep,,a norwich city scarf,,wrapped around delia smiths neck???? remember that half time rant,,,,ctid.
#4
guv
Wow! Really? That's not very good is it! LOL

BTW.... I'm not sure why you mention "the rags" to me. I don't support them.... and I do think this is a good deal. :thumbsup:


No its not but...................were still here!

Apologies about the rags comment, normally when someone has a go at City it is usually a rag from Korea! :whistling:
#5
That's a cracking deal, wish we did more of them....
banned#6
OrigamiNinja
Yeah a small club that averages over 45k despite having not won anything for over 30 years! If the rags went 30 years without a trophy there would be one man and his dog watching!


So why did you only sell 28k when you played Stoke in the Cup?
#7
FilthAndFurry
So why did you only sell 28k when you played Stoke in the Cup?


Because unlike United, City dont force their season ticket holders into an automatic cup scheme.

I could ask you why do United never sell out for earlier rounds of cup games either despite being the best supported club in the World and 764327603610897 "fans" stating they cant get tickets? :whistling:

Surely we will see some similar deals coming from United soon with league games now going on open sale every week?
#8
oh dear poor city having to offer these deals.

Although to be fair - its a very good deal. Just one I won't be taking up this time!
banned 1 Like #9
OrigamiNinja
Because unlike United, City dont force their season ticket holders into an automatic cup scheme.

I could ask you why do United never sell out for earlier rounds of cup games either despite being the best supported club in the World and 764327603610897 "fans" stating they cant get tickets? :whistling:

Surely we will see some similar deals coming from United soon with league games now going on open sale every week?


Are you obsessed or do you have a form of Tourettes?:?
#10
You mean they have stopped paying you to go!

I knew these rich arabs had a master plan.
#11
FilthAndFurry
Are you obsessed or do you have a form of Tourettes?:?


A bit rich coming from the guy who has over 10k posts is it not? Despite not being a fan maybe you should take up this offer, on the basis that it will get you away from your computer and out of the house for a bit, you never know you might even meet a nice girl at the game, it will be weird for you at 1st having to chat to a female without typing the words but I am sure you will get used to it.
banned#12
OrigamiNinja
A bit rich coming from the guy who has over 10k posts is it not? Despite not being a fan maybe you should take up this offer, on the basis that it will get you away from your computer and out of the house for a bit, you never know you might even meet a nice girl at the game, it will be weird for you at 1st having to chat to a female without typing the words but I am sure you will get used to it.


Oooh, burn....united.

But seriously, united, it's a decent deal for City fans, united. One can also, united, balance a varied and exciting life, united, with frolicking about on a forum, united, whilst working.....united.

Also, I liked your joke about meeting a nice girl at a City game....











United.
#13
Just goes to prove, you cant even give a City shirt away!
#14
as a Villa fan I wouldnt use this deal, but it is smokin hot

heat and rep left to the OP
#15
as someone who doesn't have much knowledge of football despite having 7 sons and a husband what does RAGS mean
1 Like #16
disneygirl
as someone who doesn't have much knowledge of football despite having 7 sons and a husband what does RAGS mean


purelymancity.com
Harry Hughes, a [Manchester] City fan working in Trafford, tells this story:

“I worked in Trafford then, and all the locals were [Manchester] United fans. I was working nights and when Saturday morning arrived a couple of them asked ‘are you going to see the Rags today?’ I didn’t know what that meant, and then they explained that United fans had started to call the team the ‘Rags’ because they were so poor and that their kit looked liked rags. So after that I knew who they meant, but when I mentioned the Rags, they’d go, ‘who the Hell are you talking about?’ They didn’t like the opposition saying it.”
#17
I guess they're working on the theory that if they give enough kids shirts away they might find someone in 10 years time that wants to play for them because they actually "want to" and not because their agent see's £ signs.
Seriously though, great deal. It would be a great strategy for a lot of clubs to increase their fanbase............. but realistically few could afford to do it.



MASSIVE....................................... lol
#18
guv
Must be great supporting a small club that can't sell their tickets and able to offer deals like this.

Super stuff. :thumbsup:


Was that snipe at the mighty mcfc?
If so you are very wrong, the richest football club in the world is hardly supporting a small club.
If I'm incorrect, i apologise :D
#19
Not bad. Suprised a Club intent on world domination needs to offer such bargainous deals though.
#20
A great deal and gesture from us.........so nice to see a genuine club giving something back to the fans :-D
#21
go down the road and support droylsden a real local club and a much better team and they play in red too! who needs mourinho we've got dave paceio
#22
cheaper than boro, hot!
#23
MASSIVE deal for a MASSIVE club.
#24
great deal, bagged my tickets....get a shirt voucher in the post....my boy will be happy. Thanks OP
#25
Citeh, Manchester's finest comedy club.
#26
A BIG,VAST,HUGE,MASSIVE deal from likkel cITEH! :-D
#27
Crackin' deal........!

Heat.
#28
I feel sorry that all you city fans have to go and watch the blues.

Hey that's weird lol, city, blues, blues, city, lol, i aint changing it, come on the villa lol

Cracking deal btw!!!
[mod]#29
Hotter than a hot thing in Hottytown
#30
Good deal.

Might save city some money on piping the crowd noise into the place.
#31
So proud to support a team that can at last put supporters before the balance sheet. I look at Pompy and think there but for the grace of God. Obviously we have a way to go before we can challenge the rags but at least when we get there we will be behind our owners.
I for one am happy to see that people can get to these matches that would otherwise not have been able to afford the extortion that most clubs charge. Heat and rep to MCFC!
#32
Blutony
So proud to support a team that can at last put supporters before the balance sheet. I look at Pompy and think there but for the grace of God. Obviously we have a way to go before we can challenge the rags but at least when we get there we will be behind our owners.
I for one am happy to see that people can get to these matches that would otherwise not have been able to afford the extortion that most clubs charge. Heat and rep to MCFC!


Dont kid yourself.

Its a way for the Berties to fill a half empty stadium. Im sure they would rather have a child in the seat who will be buying drinks ect than it be empty.

Other clubs who can fill the stadiums dont do this because they dont need to, because they fill their stadium.
#33
Just got mine cracking offer £34 inc booking fees though!!

Come on city!!!

Whatever people say about thisoffer ,without it i could not afford to take my son to watch city so its great for me!!
#34
Andy4321
Dont kid yourself.

Its a way for the Berties to fill a half empty stadium. Im sure they would rather have a child in the seat who will be buying drinks ect than it be empty.

Other clubs who can fill the stadiums dont do this because they dont need to, because they fill their stadium.


I’m kidding myself!!!

Man City are the 4th best supported club in the premiership…fact.
City’s average attendance this season is 45,264 which is 94% of capacity…fact.

City’s owners have realised that buy offering seats, that MAY have gone unsold, at this level of value they will:
a) Fill the stadium and create a great atmosphere.
b) Allow people to attend who otherwise couldn’t have afforded to go and therefore increase fan base.
c) (Yes your right) improve supplementary sales.

So I don’t understand your whinge…who loses out here?
#35
Ordered mine this morning - Cheers
#36
Dr Manhattan
I guess they're working on the theory that if they give enough kids shirts away they might find someone in 10 years time that wants to play for them because they actually "want to" and not because their agent see's £ signs.
Seriously though, great deal. It would be a great strategy for a lot of clubs to increase their fanbase............. but realistically few could afford to do it.



MASSIVE....................................... lol


zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

check your facts before coming out with crap like you just wrote.
how many of citys team has come through the academy?
how many players play for any team due to loyalty?
#37
Andy4321
Dont kid yourself.

Its a way for the Berties to fill a half empty stadium. Im sure they would rather have a child in the seat who will be buying drinks ect than it be empty.

Other clubs who can fill the stadiums dont do this because they dont need to, because they fill their stadium.


half empty stadium?
and when have we had a half empty stadium in the league this season?

oh the bitterness
#38
Blutony
I’m kidding myself!!!

Man City are the 4th best supported club in the premiership…fact.
City’s average attendance this season is 45,264 which is 94% of capacity…fact.

City’s owners have realised that buy offering seats, that MAY have gone unsold, at this level of value they will:
a) Fill the stadium and create a great atmosphere.
b) Allow people to attend who otherwise couldn’t have afforded to go and therefore increase fan base.
c) (Yes your right) improve supplementary sales.

So I don’t understand your whinge…who loses out here?




There is also something you forgot to add there!!!! FFS Man City are the only ones making profit :)

Both Man Utd (tutz tutz) and Chelsea (not to mention ****'Nil) are not making profit and are debt ridden sleaze
#39
crazymonkey
There is also something you forgot to add there!!!! FFS Man City are the only ones making profit :)

Both Man Utd (tutz tutz) and Chelsea (not to mention ****'Nil) are not making profit and are debt ridden sleaze


United are in debt, but are still the most profitable club in the Premier League and probably second in the world to Real Madrid. So a bit of a fail on your behalf there stating false nonsense.
#40
Hi

Just bought these tickets for £30 quid so this aint expired. Thanks for this op, heat and rep added.

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