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Wycombe Wanderers Half Season Tickets - 12 Games for just £99.00

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Posted this at the start of the December but thought I'd repost as it's the first game that the ticket applies for today - and it's such a cheap deal that it doesn't matter even if you miss the odd ga… Read More
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Posted this at the start of the December but thought I'd repost as it's the first game that the ticket applies for today - and it's such a cheap deal that it doesn't matter even if you miss the odd game.

This obviously won't be for everyone, but £99 for 12 games at the home of one of the top teams in League 2 must be one of the deals of the season. The ticket is valid for the remaining 12 home league games from Jan 3rd to the end of the season. That's just £8.25 per game, which in the current climate of ever-increasing prices in football is an absolute bargain.

And £99 is the price for adults & seniors. For juniors (8-18 yrs), the price is only £51. Kids under 8 are free!

In addition, rather than being stuck in the worst corner of the stadium, the ticket can be purchased for any area of the ground - from the terrace, to the family stand, to the most expensive seats in the main stands directly overlooking the centre of the pitch.

To give an idea of the potential saving, the adult matchday price of a seat in the main stands overlooking the centre of the pitch is £25. So 12 games would cost £300 if you paid each time on the day. So even if you only made it to 5 of the 12 games you would still be better off. Worth a punt even for season ticket holders of other teams who find themselves bored on the alternate weeks when they've got no game to go to?

You can buy the ticket at the ground, over the phone or online here - http://sa1.seatadvisor.com/sabo/servlets/SeasonSearch?presenter=TLWYCOMBE&season=Season1415&pkg=Season1415
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#1
rubbish football team COLD
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rowly73
rubbish football team COLD


What a galoot, prof football for less than 10 pound a game, grow up
#3
Where is Wycombe buddy?
#4
I voted hot because it's a super cool price for a whole season's soccer.
1 Like #5
They've got not fans. Do you want some!
#6
Whatever anyone says, this is a great deal
#7
GoodBuddy77
I voted hot because it's a super cool price for a whole season's soccer.
Half a season, not a full season, but it's something to watch in the cold winter weather to come!

Edited By: quincemeister on Jan 03, 2015 11:16
#8
rowly73
rubbish football team COLD

You're not a bitter Oxford United supporter are you...? ;)
#9
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GoodBuddy77
Where is Wycombe buddy?

Near Milton Keynes
#10
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stefan852stefan
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GoodBuddy77
Where is Wycombe buddy?

Near Milton Keynes


Not really. It's in between Reading and Slough. Only 25 minutes by train from Central London
#11
Bargain, I pay £10.50 a game with my season ticket which is great, but this is better
#12
my son was given some free tickets for a match here we are Watford supporters was so impressed by courteous ground staff food that was edible the big clubs should come here for a lesson into how to treat your fans as for being a rubbish team get yourself down to specsavers then take a look at the league table ainsworth has worked wonders here with no money find me a better deal cos I would like to see it hot from me
#13
I would of voted it hot, but Luton Town are blatantly going to pip Wycombe to the title!
#14
After feeling burned from year after year of terrible Wycombe teams/management, it's typical that there year I stop going is the year they start doing incredibly well! Hot for price. Hopefully they keep the performance up.
#15
Went there on 13th December. Doing well this season but really lacking support. Hope this helps them out.
Voted hot because I pay £350 to watch a league 2 team ;)
#16
League 2 should be a fiver Max.quality is dreadful. League one and champ are bad enough.
#17
I wish more clubs would do this. The nearest League 1 club to me still charges £23+ a ticket and they struggle to get fans in as well.
Heat. I really do hope this spreads.
#18
antf83
League 2 should be a fiver Max.quality is dreadful. League one and champ are bad enough.
Take it you are a plastic fan with your sky subscription
#19
Good offer... Mighty Leeds fan...
#20
£99 is an absolute bargain...the footy in that division is pretty decent and not as bad as folk on here have said...also some very good players and teams in Division 1(ask Man Utd who lost to MK Dons 4-0 in the cup)...championship footy is good too.
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JimminyCricket
rowly73
rubbish football team COLD

You're not a bitter Oxford United supporter are you...? ;)
more. Than likely a Manchester. United sky sports season. Ticket holder
#22
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Yermar
rowly73
rubbish football team COLD


What a galoot, prof football for less than 10 pound a game, grow up
Lmao, my crystal palace season ticket is like £12 a game, best atmosphere in the league and its a far better team
#23
Sh*t team, no fans.
#24
stefan852stefan
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GoodBuddy77
Where is Wycombe buddy?
Near Milton Keynes

Whaaaaaattt a **** hole! xD
#25
I wish i didnt have to work every weekend. This is a great deal from my club. Also i live 120 miles away . To put it into context my local tean weymouth charge £11 on the day and they are in the evo stik prem (6th/7th tier of english football).
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antf83
League 2 should be a fiver Max.quality is dreadful. League one and champ are bad enough.

Sadly this is the narrow-minded view that seems all too common these days due to armchair supporters brought up in the Sky Sports era where football has only existed since 1992. And it's killing lower league and grassroots football. Perhaps if people got off their backsides and went to watch their local team they might find it's a far more enjoyable experience than they thought.

Still, another 3 points for Wycombe today has taken us back to the top of the League so I'm a happy bunny tonight.:D
#27
Bagz
Sh*t team, no fans.

Not a Bristol Rovers supporter are you..? X)
#28
stefan852stefan
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GoodBuddy77
Where is Wycombe buddy?

Near Milton Keynes


I'm guessing you dont drive?!?!?! Nowhere near milton Keynes.
#29
JimminyCricket
Bagz
Sh*t team, no fans.

Not a Bristol Rovers supporter are you..? X)


Got no fans!! ;)
#30
JimminyCricket
Bagz
Sh*t team, no fans.

Not a Bristol Rovers supporter are you..? X)

Nope 8)
#31
The most quite fan base in the league.The only time they actually made some noise during home games last season was in the last maybe 5-6 games where they were pushing for promotion.Seriously I have seen 150 away supporters out do 3500 home supporters.Only in Wycombe.

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