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this is a season ticket to a top flight premiership club....

probably the cheapest premiership season ticket

this team recently won the league cup and were runners up in the uefa european cup final.
Finish mid table rough

I think it is available online, definatly available at the shop and stadium
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#1
probably only of interest to those local

but thought it is worth posting after the Huddersfield Town season ticket for £100

as this is a premiership regular who took 4 points from arsenal this season
#2
which mac / geordie has just give it the cold vote??
#3
If Boro made season tickets £30 - you might actually fill your stadium:whistling:






:p
#4
Wishing Man U season tickets were even somewhere close to what these are going to sell for :-(
#5
ok i suppose ........ :thumbsup:
#6
stevey_p7
Wishing Man U season tickets were even somewhere close to what these are going to sell for :-(


Yet we matched you at our ground 2-2 i feel for you......;-)

your pasties cost more than our tickets...... we do have a brilliant chairman
#7
carl21
which mac / geordie has just give it the cold vote??


lol, that made me laugh

Voted hot, lucky boro fans! £650 odd for ours!
#8
going down with the mackems


and thats not the price of the tickets either .....
#9
:thumbsup:all clubs should follow suit - its loyalty -
shame you dont get points with your club card thou - lol

heat & rep given
#10
Voted hot, a good incentive that should be applauded.

Boro struggle to fill their ground but getting youngsters in early will no doubt pay long term dividends.
#11
I hate boro but this is an unreal price. I know they have to do it cos there's only about 20000 fans total down there. Paying the stupid price of £650 for my toon season ticket. Will all be worth it next year though (when have we said that before?)
#12
Shuggy7
I hate boro but this is an unreal price. I know they have to do it cos there's only about 20000 fans total down there. Paying the stupid price of £650 for my toon season ticket. Will all be worth it next year though (when have we said that before?)


I sit in the cheep seats at £480 ....
#13
I gave up my redbook a couple of years ago, now my kids are at the age to appreciated the brilliance of brazilliant boro:-D, this price cut is just the motivation i need to reinvest in the revolution.
Hot hot hot!:thumbsup:
#14
Had to feel sorry for the Middlesbrough fans back in 1997... their team got to the League Cup and FA Cup finals, they lost BOTH of them, and they also got relegated from the Premiership... and as if that wasn't bad enough, they then had to go back to Middlesbrough...

lol....
#15
bloody good price that, if boro can manage to play some decent footy once in a while ;)

what was wigan's ticket price this season? i'm sure they had some stupidly low price for their season tickets too since they can't fill half their ground either.

good move by Gibson tho, must admit he does seem a good bloke who loves his club, but unlike that fat B*****D shepherd isn't intent on lining his own pockets first and foremost.

at least they aren't resorting to having to give the tickets away like the mackems, mind ;)
#16
That's not such a great price tbh.
The only team in Manchester do an under 16 ticket for £95 too
Least you'd get to see them do well for half a season at home, then just wander for the other half lol :giggle:
#17
not a bad deal but i bet there are hundreds of similar ones relating to wha are essentially kids or student tickets, what are the cheapest adult seats for instance ?????
#18
This is a good deal, regardless of what you think bour Boro they entertan top flight clubs
Good post voted hot:thumbsup:
#19
Hot deal! Shame I'm not in that age bracket (by about 10 years, lol!)

Used to have a season ticket but can't afford it now I have a mortgage and stuff, hehe!
#20
Hot !! :w00t:
i'll be getting one :-D
#21
curtlyb
not a bad deal but i bet there are hundreds of similar ones relating to wha are essentially kids or student tickets, what are the cheapest adult seats for instance ?????


just checked, and for this season (2007/8) Wigan were the cheapest for an adult season ticket at £250

no idea what their prices will be next season, like.
#22
Hot Deal!

Think I'll be paying more for mine at Swansea City next season!
#23
Getting my ST on Monday. £195 is a bargain. £10 a game!! Isn't it carl??? Excellent price. Shame we are 22 next year!!
#24
Does buying the season ticket mean you get into all matches free, or do you just get a discounted price or something ?
#25
They wouldn't have a full stadium even if they were at this price for adults .

:whistling:
#26
Beware you may need to wear a gas mask due to the high levels of polloution. The should be in the championship based on the **** attendences they have had this year.
#27
Garethr21;1924402
Beware you may need to wear a gas mask due to the high levels of polloution. The should be in the championship based on the **** attendences they have had this year.
I love it when The Toon go to the Boro wearing white head to toe chemical suits, genius :giggle:
#28
boydent999
I love it when The Toon go to the Boro wearing white head to toe chemical suits, genius :giggle:


Aye it's funny too that Newcastle has a much higher air pollution rate than we do in Middlesbrough, despite our extremely large industrial industries.

Zwrnsa
Does buying the season ticket mean you get into all matches free, or do you just get a discounted price or something ?


One off payment for season ticket, and all home league matches are free yes.
#29
ajay87
Aye it's funny too that Newcastle has a much higher air pollution rate than we do in Middlesbrough, despite our extremely large industrial industries.


One off payment for season ticket, and all home league matches are free yes.





Its from the fume army.....
#30
How come there are so many useless responces to this, bascially it's good price to see live premership and we get so ripped off by ground prices and watching it on TV the average fan is always getting fleeced.
#31
xdash;1924567
How come there are so many useless responces to this, bascially it's good price to see live premership and we get so ripped off by ground prices and watching it on TV the average fan is always getting fleeced.
Ok, one of mine was frivalous, but useless? I said it wasn't a hot deal, cos City do the same, and so do many clubs.
#32
Thanks for the het guys

cheapest adult is 390

as for city..... this goes up to under 18 mate so an extra two years worth at the same price
#33
Hot deal. Costs me £95 for one match when factoring the cost for the whole day to go watch Arsenal.
#34
nice to see affordable Premiership.... Wigan was £250 last season,,,£15 a game!

rated,,,, thanks OP....good luck to Mid
#35
I think the main problem with this deal is that you'd have to actual spend time in Middlesbrough.

Something I've promised myself will never happen again, after spending three years there at university.
#36
my only ever live match was at the riverside - i was at school and we had a mentoring program with local businessmen and women (only the smart students got them). and i was very lucky to get a footie fan, and so he took me to see the Lawrie Maddren Testimonial there, just before the season started (97-98) i think, i wanted to see the first match of the season vs liverpool as im a red, that match was 3-3.

anyway i saw Boro draw 0-0 with Inter Milan and it was quite the experience.
#37
stingersplash;1925094
my only ever live match was at the riverside - i was at school and we had a mentoring program with local businessmen and women (only the smart students got them). and i was very lucky to get a footie fan, and so he took me to see the Lawrie Maddren Testimonial there, just before the season started (97-98)

You are referring to Willie Maddren,one of Boro's finest ever players,who will always be remembered as a wonderful person and cultured centre half.He died on August 27 2000 after a brave battle against Motor Neurone Disease.


This is a good deal for the younger generation of Teesside and i hope that it proves to be a good move by the club and gets those empty seats occupied and also that we give the then full stadium something to be entertained with.
Up The Boro.:thumbsup:
#38
excellent - lets see the prices of other teams !
hot
#39
chaymation
I think the main problem with this deal is that you'd have to actual spend time in Middlesbrough.

Something I've promised myself will never happen again, after spending three years there at university.



PMSL
#40
youre right, it isnt the most aesthetic town , nor is it large however top flight football with the likes of the big four playing here every season as well as teams like roma, bucherest and lazio who have played here whilst we have been in europe


i bet a chelsea fan will pay more than £95 all in all to watch chelsea play at the Riverside for 1 game

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