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Saracens v Northampton at Wembley Stadium £10 for adults & £5 for kids (plus Ticketmaster fees). Saturday 12th Sept
Saracens v Northampton at Wembley Stadium £10 for adults & £5 for kids (plus Ticketmaster fees). Saturday 12th Sept

Saracens v Northampton at Wembley Stadium £10 for adults & £5 for kids (plus Ticketmaster fees). Saturday 12th Sept

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Great day out for the kids with extra acts promised - looks like it could be acts from Britain's Got Talent.

Great price for an event at Wembley Stadium

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Original Poster

Why cold with no comments?

Never been to Wembley with only 7000 people in it, might give it a whirl ;-)

Why not save your money and go to the Rugby League Challenge Cup Final in August for £10 and have 90,000 people sat around you to watch a game with a prize at the end :thumbsup:

maybe better with the direct link to ]Ticketmaster

The Saracens home page is misleading as it has the Wembley story on the left but on the right says the 12th Sept fixture is at Vicarage Rd.

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Original Poster

curtlyb;5711843

Never been to Wembley with only 7000 people in it, might give it a whirl … Never been to Wembley with only 7000 people in it, might give it a whirl ;-)Why not save your money and go to the Rugby League Challenge Cup Final in August for £10 and have 90,000 people sat around you to watch a game with a prize at the end :thumbsup:



Bet it sells out at these prices. Nigel Wray is not daft - he is doing this to put Sarries on the map.

As for Rugby League, it says a lot that it is a tenner to go to its final. :whistling:

Dickster1;5713946

Bet it sells out at these prices. Nigel Wray is not daft - he is doing … Bet it sells out at these prices. Nigel Wray is not daft - he is doing this to put Sarries on the map.



I'll bet you a tenner it doesn't........

Dickster1;5713946

As for Rugby League, it says a lot that it is a tenner to go to its … As for Rugby League, it says a lot that it is a tenner to go to its final. :whistling:



Not really, it's called value for money and marketing it as an event the whole family can go and watch, in the same way in which Mr Wray is trying market this game.

Back to your original question, the reason for the chill is that everyone has their own bag and that people tend to vote cold just because they are not interested in the product on offer.....
......i've voted it hot so when i've won our bet i can then go and buy my ticket and watch for free

Its £10 for Adults and £5 for kids...but that does not include the £1 per ticket booking fee, or the £2.25 postage fee.

A much better deal is the Family tickets @ £25 + booking fee + postage (this is for 2 adults and 2 children).

Also, for you Britain's Got Talent fans...apparently Diversity are doing their act before the game.

theyiddo;6204524

Its £10 for Adults and £5 for kids...but that does not include the £1 per … Its £10 for Adults and £5 for kids...but that does not include the £1 per ticket booking fee, or the £2.25 postage fee.A much better deal is the Family tickets @ £25 + booking fee + postage (this is for 2 adults and 2 children).Also, for you Britain's Got Talent fans...apparently Diversity are doing their act before the game.



Better value only if you have 2 sprogs in tow and/or a pal who isn't paying for their ticket :-)

goodgrr;6205638

Better value only if you have 2 sprogs in tow and/or a pal who isn't … Better value only if you have 2 sprogs in tow and/or a pal who isn't paying for their ticket :-)



Yep, not as good value obviously if you're a billy no mates!
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