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Under 16 2009/2010 Sunderland AFC season ticket only £19.00 when bought with adult ticket. All adult season ticket prices slashed.

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Just been announced that SAFC will be cutting the prices of ALL season tickets for the 2009/2010 season. You can now get an adult and under 16 season ticket for only £20 a game which has to be one of … Read More
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8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago
Just been announced that SAFC will be cutting the prices of ALL season tickets for the 2009/2010 season. You can now get an adult and under 16 season ticket for only £20 a game which has to be one of the best deals in the premiership. All adult season tickets are to be slashed by atleast £30 and some by upto £70, great to see a club looking after their fans when economic times are tough rather than trying to purge them for as much as they can. Well done Quinny!
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#1
Quote from SAFC website;
"The new prices mean that an adult and child (aged under 16) will be able to watch football together at the Stadium of Light for less than £20 a game with a season ticket".

Excellent value.
#2
sandinista
Quote from SAFC website;
"The new prices mean that an adult and child (aged under 16) will be able to watch football together at the Stadium of Light for less than £20 a game with a season ticket".

Excellent value.


Still getting a load of cold votes though. :roll:

When some clubs are charging over £40 per game for an adult, the fact that both an adult and their kid can go for half that should be applauded by fellow football fans, not discouraged.
#3
brain_stew;4301571
Still getting a load of cold votes though. :roll:



Hmmm, I wonder who by? :whistling:
#4
Fantastic to see a Premiership club doing this (at the time of writing, anway).

Hot.
#5
excellent deal cost me about the same to go and see walsall and we are 2 leagues lower than sunderland

heat and rep added
#6
Must be the going rate for a Championchip club lol:whistling:
#7
rbquk;4301857
Must be the going rate for a Championchip club lol:whistling:


At last, the "Mighty Mags" own up to the cold votes.
[mod]#8
good prices.heat added if only other teams could do this
#9
Absolutely brilliant offer this:thumbsup:

Other clubs take note;-)

Unfortunately miles away from me:x

Side note to Sunderland, If you play him, he will score;-) Healy, Healy, Healy
#10
steveymp
Absolutely brilliant offer this:thumbsup:

Other clubs take note;-)

Unfortunately miles away from me:x

Side note to Sunderland, If you play him, he will score;-) Healy, Healy, Healy


No he won't
:thumbsup:
#11
Fanastic find, hubby is getting a season ticket for our anniversary so now he can take the bairn aswell. Not alot of money for a peaceful saturday shopping!!
#12
rbquk
Must be the going rate for a Championchip club lol:whistling:



You lot will now soon enough, not looking forward to three trips up the North East next year! :whistling:


Sky Blue Army!
#13
It's almost child abuse to force a kid to watch Sunderland, but still a good price!
#14
Great deal by the club, shame others dont follow suit.

ps - anyone want my season ticket for tmrw, please dont let me sit through another dire 90mins again ..........:-(
#15
It's a good deal by Sunderland but Sheffield United did it last season and my lad's season ticket cost me £1. They've already said they're repeating it next year.

The only problem can be if the adult already has a season ticket and the seats around you are filled with season ticket holders you might have to move to get 2 seats together. Can be annoying if you have a good seat.
banned#16
Trickyjabs
It's almost child abuse to force a kid to watch Sunderland, but still a good price!


Are you not getting confused with Boro?
#17
Sorry cold cause it's the Mackem's.
#18
smithyp1
Great deal by the club, shame others dont follow suit.

ps - anyone want my season ticket for tmrw, please dont let me sit through another dire 90mins again ..........:-(


I'll swap you mine, at least you'll get to see the Yam Yams move further away from you lot.
#19
loony1
Fanastic find, hubby is getting a season ticket for our anniversary so now he can take the bairn aswell. Not alot of money for a peaceful saturday shopping!!


What a terrible thing to do, let the fella have a few beers and call the ref a **** in peace :p
banned#20
keithscott2001 is that the year you started watching sunderland. Wont have seen many premiership wins then.
#21
You have to laugh at the newcastle fans on here taking the mick. They are probably the same people who bought a 3 year ticket last year based on "Keegans promises". If only we had a top guy like Ashley running our club, his main priority has always been the fans, nowt to do with his wallet. Also, if either of us are going to be in the championship next season I think we all know who it's going to be!
#22
jamie0114
It's a good deal by Sunderland but Sheffield United did it last season and my lad's season ticket cost me £1. They've already said they're repeating it next year.

The only problem can be if the adult already has a season ticket and the seats around you are filled with season ticket holders you might have to move to get 2 seats together. Can be annoying if you have a good seat.



We're talking about Sunderalnd here, you'd be lucky to find two season ticket holders in the same stand never mind sitting next to each other!! ;-)

Great deal though and a way to get the youth of today to support there home town club, instead of glory hunting!
#23
smithyp1
Great deal by the club, shame others dont follow suit.

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I think you'll find that several other Premiership clubs have had similar offers running for at least one season.

At Bolton a combined Adult/Child season ticket in decent seats is less than £400 for the season and Wigan, Blackburn, Fulham and Middlesboro have all offered similar promotions for this season. It is only the so-called "big clubs" that still continue to charge over-inflated ticket prices.

Still hot though, any offer to bring in the next generation of fans is to be applauded.
#24
I like this because the Mackems have got proper fans, not a bunch of plastic gloryhunting hangers on like the so called big four have.

Good on 'em. Proper response to a recession.
#25
£1 a game for under 16's
Very hot indeed. :-D
#26
It is amusing that Season tickets are still so expensive.

I was led to believe that most clubs main source of income was the TV rights?
IIRC in a lot of cases, the revenue from ticket sales is less than 20% of turnover.

If you increase the number of fans by making the tickets cheaper, yes, your income may go down. But merchandising and so on will obviously go up, not to mention the buzz the team will get from having all that extra noise. It generally (Newcastle excepted) is a rule that a team will play better in front of a full house.

Kudos to Sunderland. Voted hot, rep given.
#27
hmmm, I dont think this is a good deal as Sunderland are Garbage, and should give away the tickets just to get fans in!
#28
johnraggett
We're talking about Sunderalnd here, you'd be lucky to find two season ticket holders in the same stand never mind sitting next to each other!! ;-)

Great deal though and a way to get the youth of today to support there home town club, instead of glory hunting!


So you've missed the 30,000 season tickets holders then. :thinking:
#29
pugw$sh
I think you'll find that several other Premiership clubs have had similar offers running for at least one season.

At Bolton a combined Adult/Child season ticket in decent seats is less than £400 for the season and Wigan, Blackburn, Fulham and Middlesboro have all offered similar promotions for this season. It is only the so-called "big clubs" that still continue to charge over-inflated ticket prices.

Still hot though, any offer to bring in the next generation of fans is to be applauded.


Not of them clubs average 40k at their home games though, so the fact that SAFC are doing ths when they know they'll still get some of the best crowds in the lague regardless has to be commended. Of course no matter the status of the club, offering affordable tickets, especially for the kids is an excellent step in the right direction.
#30
This is an excellent deal and for those football fans out there, it's only worthy of hot votes.

Those voting cold - if you're not sure how to use this site, ask your Mummy or Daddy to read you the guidelines on voting. I'm sure they'll explain the big words too. :thumbsup:
#31
keithscott2001
Are you not getting confused with Boro?


All of you daft pointless north-eastern clubs! :whistling:
#32
£19? Prefer to pay £19 to have my eyes poked out than watch that drab
#33
Elbel1
No he won't
:thumbsup:



yes he did! :thumbsup:
#34
cracking price,wished everton did this costs me nearly 700 for my lad and myself
#35
markokboro
keithscott2001 is that the year you started watching sunderland. Wont have seen many premiership wins then.



...You have to laugh, don't you when a Boro fan has the audacity to criticise anyone...:) he's the man from the bankrupt club which bans any fans with agrophobia!! Doesn't matter what Sunderland's success rate is, however bad it gets we'll NEVER attract such pathetically low crowds as your lot do..... less than 27600 per game and falling, while SAFC are averaging 40,000 .......................:oops::oops:Still, on the bright side...your chairman is certainly saving a LOT of money on win and goal scoring bonuses these days........ 185 minutes without a shot on target at Boro.......:oops::oops:
#36
Shuggy7
£19? Prefer to pay £19 to have my eyes poked out than watch that drab

Go for it....it'll match up nicely with the frontal lobotomy you had to watch the mags............:thumbsup:
#37
Wow. So much childish petty rivalry.

I feel so depressed after reading the comments here. Hope yee all choke on your prawn sandwiches.
#38
mailman
Wow. So much childish petty rivalry.

I feel so depressed after reading the comments here. Hope yee all choke on your prawn sandwiches.


Tis chicken balti pies at the SoL man.

:thumbsup:
#39
sandinista
At last, the "Mighty Mags" own up to the cold votes.


I didnt vote mate just being funny and I am a geordie through in through but this season I would not be surprised if we went down.
The deals good for a sunderland fan.:roll:
#40
:giggle:Well we will know who to come to for advice if we do get relegated to the nationwide, or whatever it is called theses day, after all the Mackems are experts on the subject

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