On the price of success

Written by World Wide Wolfie on October 30th, 2009

Many fans are likely to be getting justifiably aerated about tickets for the upcoming match at Stamford Bridge, costing £47 or £44 (assuming you can visit the ticket office in person and pay cash, else add an extra £1.25 to that).  This is too high, although not massively above the £40 Wolves choose the charge fans in some areas of the ground, but I’m more annoyed by a different ticketing announcement this week.

Wolves have unveiled this year’s half-season ticket prices.  We all know prices are high this year, but one ‘opportunity’ that particularly caught the eye was the ‘TPS 4′ scheme.  For the outlay of £60 I can then pay full price for every single game for the second half of the season.  Alternatively I could go online when tickets go on sale and choose my seat and only go to those games I am able to attend.  I’ve made my choice. 

Why do Wolves persist in dressing up these rip offs as opportunities for the fans?


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