How to get concession price at B'ham city football tommrow? =-)

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Found 20th Sep 2010
for tommrow's game against MK Dons it says on the website:

Adult - £10.00
Concessions* - £5.00
*Juniors under 18. Seniors aged 65 plus and Students aged 16-22 with a valid NUS that must be shown at the turnstile.

im 17 (still a student though, but they dont know that) but how do they know who is a student and who isent. what kind of I.D could i bring to get the concession price?

cheers

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as it says "national union student card"

If your 17 then you qualify for under 18 rate?? So it doesnt matter if your a student or not, so anything with your D.O.B???

Or am i missing something?

you're under 18 - hence a Junior by the looks of it. I know west brom don't bat an eyelid when you ask for a student ticket.

Haven't you answered your own question, you need a valid NUS card.

Original Poster

yes but it also says "juniors under 18", then on a serpate bit "students aged 16 - 22 with a valid NUS card". so unless im getting this all wrong, its only for students wheras under 18's get in for concession, regardless of NUS card? if not students ( i am a student but im cheap, so want to pay childs =) )

The student and junior price is the same?

Original Poster

asayer

If your 17 then you qualify for under 18 rate?? So it doesnt matter if … If your 17 then you qualify for under 18 rate?? So it doesnt matter if your a student or not, so anything with your D.O.B???Or am i missing something?



thats what im thinking but since it said the whole bit about 16 - 22 yr old with a NUS card. right i think im confuseing myself with this lol, il just turn up n see what happens. cheers for the help everyone =)

asayer

If your 17 then you qualify for under 18 rate?? So it doesnt matter if … If your 17 then you qualify for under 18 rate?? So it doesnt matter if your a student or not, so anything with your D.O.B???Or am i missing something?



I think this answers your query.

boing, boing

What a fail of a thread.

Banned

May be a bit late in replying but

If your under 18, which you are and a student, then its cheaper, but if u was 19 u would just have to show your NUS card to prove your a student, either way your eligable to pay Concession prices.

OP, Shouldnt they be paying you to watch that carp?
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