Football tickets for Charlton Athletic vs. Barnsley in the Coca-Cola Championship @ The Valley from £1!
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Football tickets for Charlton Athletic vs. Barnsley in the Coca-Cola Championship @ The Valley from £1!

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Found 6th Oct 2008
U18s can watch Charlton's home match against Barnsley at the start of next month for just £1 as part of a special Addicks 'kids for a quid' promotion.

The fixture against the Tykes on Saturday, November 1st (3pm) is the club's third home game in the space of 12 days. And given the Valley clash with last season's FA Cup semi-finalists also marks the end of the October half-term holidays, it's perfect timing for the initiative, which is designed to help with efforts to increase the club's fanbase.

The match has been designated a tier B game, which means tickets will be priced £15 for adults, and £15 over 60s and U21s.

Supporters can purchase their place in person at the Valley commercial centre or the Bexleyheath retail outlet, online, via post, or on the 0871 226 1905 hotline. Fans can also book £6-per-head Valley Express return travel to the stadium from more than 70 pick-up points.

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should be a good game, charlton doing good with the tykes struggling. Big Up Barnsley ;-)

nice to see a club giving something back instead of being just out to grab money :thumbsup:

Voted hot, a good deal/price for the local youngsters.

janz70;3135570

nice to see a club giving something back instead of being just out to … nice to see a club giving something back instead of being just out to grab money :thumbsup:


I think this deal will be part of a long-term marketing strategy, rather than pure generosity.

The whys and wherefores are irrelevant here though - this is a very hot deal whatever the reasoning.

Get in I'm all for clubs doing reduced admission to encourage more support.

Even as a LFC supporter I'd encourage local people to take this offer up!

Slightly miss-understood the offer to start with. Thought it was £1 for all. It's £1 for kids and £15 adults. Many clubs offer £1 for Kids schemes when the fixtures get congested, but good to see they've reduced the adult price as well.

Myself (for my sins) i'm a Barnsley FC season ticket holder where this year, kids get FREE season tickets. Got one for my 7yr old son. How could we not after turning over Liverpool at Anfield and then Chelsea at Oakwell last season.

Not much to shout about so far this season except Saturdays 2nd half demolision of Doncaster, coming back from 1-0 down with 10 men to finish 4-1 winners.

I'll lay money on that Simon Davey ain't manager come November 1st though. He was 45mins away from the sack on Saturday. We'll almost definitly loose against Palace next Sat and then we have the local derby against the Dee Dah's. Loose that and it'll be 'P45 Simon Davey'.

B.F.C........... The Super Reds!!!!

Nice one Addicks!

Hull has done a similar thing before

MK Dons (and probably others as well) are doing a few £1 junior (and its £10 adult) matches at the moment, I'm orf to one this evening lol

Every team does this, big whoop. When Charlton start coming up with their own songs they may get taken more seriously.

joeymcjoe;3136100

Every team does this, big whoop. When Charlton start coming up with their … Every team does this, big whoop. When Charlton start coming up with their own songs they may get taken more seriously.



palace fan?

A great way to get local people to their local clubs. Heat added.

More seriously? lol, you joker, everyone knows Charlton have done & even started most of the things that many, many football clubs do to this day, ie, kick racism out of football, football in the community, visiting schools, educating kids about street violence wrecking lives, keeping kids off the streets, working with people with disabilities, i'm sure thier are other things I have missed too.

I think they do more than thier fair share for the community & kids for a quid, I'm sure they started that too, years ago & as for coming up with thier own songs, the fans do that,

so when your team start coming up with thier own ideas instead of copying Charlton maybe they will get taken more seriously.


joeymcjoe;3136100

Every team does this, big whoop. When Charlton start coming up with their … Every team does this, big whoop. When Charlton start coming up with their own songs they may get taken more seriously.

I agree. I remember some of these initiatives being started by Charlton. Good on them. & if other clubs offer this and it gets posted I will also vote hot.

Remember- it's the deal we vote on... not if we support something or not!


deard69;3138585

More seriously? lol, you joker, everyone knows Charlton have done & even … More seriously? lol, you joker, everyone knows Charlton have done & even started most of the things that many, many football clubs do to this day, ie, kick racism out of football, football in the community, visiting schools, educating kids about street violence wrecking lives, keeping kids off the streets, working with people with disabilities, i'm sure thier are other things I have missed too.I think they do more than thier fair share for the community & kids for a quid, I'm sure they started that too, years ago & as for coming up with thier own songs, the fans do that,so when your team start coming up with thier own ideas instead of copying Charlton maybe they will get taken more seriously.

Original Poster

Can I ask why this has been put down as 'expired', when it's only been a couple of days? :?

Mods need to unexpire this deal, as it is not expired

As massive CAFC fan heat and rep added woop woop!!! Cmon u reds!!!!!
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