West Ham v Southampton Kids for a Quid on 20 October
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West Ham v Southampton Kids for a Quid on 20 October

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Found 2nd Oct 2012
Hello all.
This deal may get frozen out due to club allegiences but I think, as an occasional supporter, that it is a good family friendly deal.
Parents or guardians still need to buy a ticket so perhaps the listing could reflect this (not sure how though on a variable pricing structure).
I took both my children last time and a good time was had by all.
At Upton Park.

The actual price should be £40 as you must buy an adult ticket to qualify for this deal.
- bezebub1

No, its not, existing members can get member tickets from £36, so, from £37 for adult and child (for members and from £40 for non-members).

£37 for an adult and a child + £30 to be a member = £67 for annual membership, adult ticket and child ticket for current non-members.
- bezebub1
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Great Deal, Shame the bigger clubs dont offer this as a Liverpool fan its about time clubs like them offer deals, If west ham can do it so can the top teams
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There seem to be a few football deals around at the moment. For fans of other clubs, check out the palace and Notts County deals too
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99p overpriced I'm afraid.
Agree, more clubs should make it family friendly and these deals move in the right direction. After all, gives clubs more support in the long run and merchandise is a big money spinner too. Heat from me.
SHOWMAN36

99p overpriced I'm afraid.



Funny. *Silence broken by a gust of wind and tumbleweed rolls into view* Constructive comment...not! Excellent deal for those able to take advantage.
Thanks for sharing
Supermod
I went to watch West Ham v Wigan last week. Word of advice...avoid Upton Park station after the game. It is just chaotic. Plus the stadium wasn't even full! Either go to Plaistow or walk.
Best quid ever if Southampton open a can of whoopass like they did against my lot, not mentioning team names but we lost 4-1 in a second half drubbing lol
Yes never go to Upton Park station when the game finishes.

Or do as I do and hit the pub for a beer or two after
Edited by: "jamesWHUFC" 2nd Oct 2012
wonder if the ICF will welcome the kids and I in the home end!
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Ukjeff27

wonder if the ICF will welcome the kids and I in the home end!



Probably...............as long as West Ham are winning:)
Me and my boy are in but after last night I'm taking a cushion to hide behind in case we score too early and upset the Saints. lol

Most "non member" tickets are up in the gods. I think my tickets are on the roof of Barking station !
Three cheers for internet comedians! Hip hip oh forget it.
jamesWHUFC

Yes never go to Upton Park station when the game finishes.Or do as I do … Yes never go to Upton Park station when the game finishes.Or do as I do and hit the pub for a beer or two after


With the kids???

Got to be hot, a quid for the kids to see premiership football.
Must be hot. Kids for a quid should be encouraged.
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"Parents or guardians still need to buy a ticket so perhaps the listing could reflect this (not sure how though on a variable pricing structure)."

Not exactly hard, see whufc.com/pag…tml

So then its "£40 to £56 for 1 kid plus 1 adult. Extra kids £1."

Not exactly bargain basement...
The kid's for a quid deal is no doubt a very good one - But you have to buy an adult ticket to qualify for that price - the deal should be £40 as you cannot buy the ticket for £1 without an adult ticket.
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SHOWMAN36

99p overpriced I'm afraid.

*Silence broken by a gust of wind and tumbleweed rolls into view*



Nice to know the "sense of humour" removal operation went well......................:)



Upton Park on a good day?
Edited by: "SHOWMAN36" 2nd Oct 2012
Oh when the Saints..................
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richto

"Parents or guardians still need to buy a ticket so perhaps the listing … "Parents or guardians still need to buy a ticket so perhaps the listing could reflect this (not sure how though on a variable pricing structure)."Not exactly hard, see http://www.whufc.com/page/MatchTickets/0,,12562,00.htmlActually tickets from £36 smarty pants.So then its "£40 to £56 for 1 kid plus 1 adult. Extra kids £1."Not exactly bargain basement...

As a Saints season ticket holder - you are pretty much promised goals - unfortunately not frequently enough at the correct end ! For any premier league game in London taking an adult and two kids for under £50 is a steal. Do they offer away fans the same deal?
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lfm

As a Saints season ticket holder - you are pretty much promised goals - … As a Saints season ticket holder - you are pretty much promised goals - unfortunately not frequently enough at the correct end ! For any premier league game in London taking an adult and two kids for under £50 is a steal. Do they offer away fans the same deal?




Not sure tbh. As a member, I log on and choose my seats from anywhere in the ground.

I suspect Southampton are responsible for the sale and pricing of away tickets.

If you want to sit in the home areas for price consideration, I would look into the Upper Trevor brooking stand (as I think this is the family area).

mkja



So "smarty pants" I see you missed the £30 membership fee, for current non members.
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bezebub1

So "smarty pants" I see you missed the £30 membership fee, for current … So "smarty pants" I see you missed the £30 membership fee, for current non members.



No, I said tickets 'from' £36 and that remains the case. I also updated the post to reflect this and have amended further again since your helpful post.
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