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I see Canvey Island Football Club are doing their utmost to drive more fans away, ... neither will they attract people back by upping the prices, ... another ludocrous decision, but its the kind of thing you expect these days.

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excuse my spelling of ludicrous, ... hit wrong letter. ... but you know what I meant.

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Gate Admission Prices for League Matches

Adult - £11.50
Senior Citizen/Student - £8.50
Junior (u 16) - £5.50
Addition for seating - £2

£13.50 to sit and watch Canvey seems a little steep.... :o)

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By yourself a season ticket and save yourself £31.50 <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />

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Yes but miss three games for whatever reason and your out of pocket.
As to be expected they have shot themselves in the foot.
Just watch them charge silly prices for the friendlies!!!

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if you want to see conference football and decent players you pay the price.. if you want to save some money go and watch concorde..
we have this discussion every year.. i suppose we could work out the supply dynamics and the elastiscity of the demand curve.. or we could just couth up.

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CANV is loaded BTW

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Seems a fair price to me.

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We lack numbers through the gates, my thoughts are to attract people to the games! First option would be to allow entry to friendlies at a dramatically reduced charge, if any at all, let people see what the club has to offer on the pitch and use the friendlise to do just that.

I have no problem with the price for me cause I dont have any kids to have to pay for, my thoughts are with the families and the future supporters of CIFC.

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buy a season ticket and make sure you dont miss a game!!!!!

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my only question is if i buy a season ticket for my son and the club then decides to adopt the kids for a quid, do i get a refund???

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I have the same quandry, because the little [****!!****] is very fickle.

At the start of the season he wants to go to every game. Then he got a bit bored, by then his mates are all hooked, he stops going and I am left bringing all of his mates every week.

Then six weeks left in the season he wants to start going again.

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mine has always been to every home match, but when the last four games were bring your kids for a quid came, you do feel a little miffed at paying £90 for bringing the little terrors, maybe wayne or chris could help us out on this.

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I sort of brought this point up in another thread, it must be in the clubs interest to issue some sort of family season ticket rather than wait until later in the season and start the "kids for a quid" offer.

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Barnet has a good idea, they are charging kids £15 before season starts and then they come through the gates free for the season, I think they then have to be accompanied by a paying adult each vist.

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bloody kids.. whats next, discounts for students!!
everyone should pay full price unless they are a war veteran ;-)

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and then only if accompanied by both parents.

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and still have a bit of shrapnel attached to their body

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You did mean "surviving first world war veterans with shrapnel" didn't you or we going straight for "Crimea War Only" <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/attentat.gif" alt="" /> They could transfer to the seats if they have a Victoria Cross - and £1 of course.

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cangull said:
Barnet has a good idea, they are charging kids £15 before season starts and then they come through the gates free for the season, I think they then have to be accompanied by a paying adult each vist.


That is for NEXT season, I believe?

Shame they like to try & rip off away supporters though, with their ridiculous voucher system.




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