SWINDON TOWN: Town cut prices for Hartlepool clash

Town cut prices for Hartlepool clash

Town cut prices for Hartlepool clash

First published in Sport

SWINDON Town have made big reductions to ticket prices for the visit of Hartlepool this weekend.

After the success of the club's ticket initiative against Carlisle United, which saw over 9,000 attend the match, the Robins are expecting another big attendance for the game - which takes place this Saturday with kick-off at 3pm.

Ticket prices have been reduced to £15 for adults and concessions and £10 for juniors aged 15 and under.

Prices are the same for all areas of the ground and will be available up until kick-off on the day of the match. Call the STFC Box Office on 0871 876 1993 to book in advance.

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3:47pm Wed 6 Feb 13

smirg kcab says...

This story should have been in big print when it was released.
Onwards and upwards
This story should have been in big print when it was released. Onwards and upwards smirg kcab
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4:10pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Lambourn Red says...

We need to get as many casual fans as possible there on Saturday and raise the roof for Paolo. A lot could happen between now and then lets hope all of it positive, come Saturday night if results go our way we could be sat top with new owners and new belief.

COYR
We need to get as many casual fans as possible there on Saturday and raise the roof for Paolo. A lot could happen between now and then lets hope all of it positive, come Saturday night if results go our way we could be sat top with new owners and new belief. COYR Lambourn Red
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4:17pm Wed 6 Feb 13

The Jockster says...

Got mine today!
Got mine today! The Jockster
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5:56pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Dover Red says...

Well lets see how much the supporters of Swindon Town want to be heard re the last few days, we really need to get out there. Will the Wembley glory hunters make the effort, not so sure myself !
Well lets see how much the supporters of Swindon Town want to be heard re the last few days, we really need to get out there. Will the Wembley glory hunters make the effort, not so sure myself ! Dover Red
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6:28pm Wed 6 Feb 13

We are PANTS says...

Dover Red wrote:
Well lets see how much the supporters of Swindon Town want to be heard re the last few days, we really need to get out there. Will the Wembley glory hunters make the effort, not so sure myself !
Good comment!! Answer currently is not very many!!! Just checked with the online ticketing and nowhere near the amount it should be.. About two thirds where it was at this stage v's Carlise.... SHAMEFULL!!! ;((
[quote][p][bold]Dover Red[/bold] wrote: Well lets see how much the supporters of Swindon Town want to be heard re the last few days, we really need to get out there. Will the Wembley glory hunters make the effort, not so sure myself ![/p][/quote]Good comment!! Answer currently is not very many!!! Just checked with the online ticketing and nowhere near the amount it should be.. About two thirds where it was at this stage v's Carlise.... SHAMEFULL!!! ;(( We are PANTS
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6:34pm Wed 6 Feb 13

DarrenSTFCRomain says...

Dover Red wrote:
Well lets see how much the supporters of Swindon Town want to be heard re the last few days, we really need to get out there. Will the Wembley glory hunters make the effort, not so sure myself !
Ha Ha and no they wont...

The worse thing is that they come on here moaning about everything 2do with STFC.

Great chance to be in the top 2..So lets hope we get a good crown and sing and shout use to another 3 points...
[quote][p][bold]Dover Red[/bold] wrote: Well lets see how much the supporters of Swindon Town want to be heard re the last few days, we really need to get out there. Will the Wembley glory hunters make the effort, not so sure myself ![/p][/quote]Ha Ha and no they wont... The worse thing is that they come on here moaning about everything 2do with STFC. Great chance to be in the top 2..So lets hope we get a good crown and sing and shout use to another 3 points... DarrenSTFCRomain
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6:48pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Pewsham Red says...

Me and a mate are bringing our 5 year old sons. Every little helps!
Me and a mate are bringing our 5 year old sons. Every little helps! Pewsham Red
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7:06pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Okus Road says...

2 extra fans with me Saturday
2 extra fans with me Saturday Okus Road
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7:26pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Div Four Champs 85/86 says...

Relative flying in from Brisbane for Saturday and Tranmere away. We're be there!
Relative flying in from Brisbane for Saturday and Tranmere away. We're be there! Div Four Champs 85/86
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7:46pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Wellsy11 says...

You don't have to attend every game to support the Town, I go when it suits me - what would you rather I do? Go to no games whatsoever??
I support town, but also support another championship team, a team that on average charge £17 a ticket - do the maths. It does not mean that I cannot comment on this site, does it?!
I am still a town supporter....
The reason btw, I also support the other team is that my father lives there and we enjoy going to the games together (& jack walker's money!! Lol)
You don't have to attend every game to support the Town, I go when it suits me - what would you rather I do? Go to no games whatsoever?? I support town, but also support another championship team, a team that on average charge £17 a ticket - do the maths. It does not mean that I cannot comment on this site, does it?! I am still a town supporter.... The reason btw, I also support the other team is that my father lives there and we enjoy going to the games together (& jack walker's money!! Lol) Wellsy11
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8:23pm Wed 6 Feb 13

mancrobin says...

Tempted to make the trip from Mcr.
Tempted to make the trip from Mcr. mancrobin
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8:32pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Pewsham Red says...

Wellsy11 wrote:
You don't have to attend every game to support the Town, I go when it suits me - what would you rather I do? Go to no games whatsoever??
I support town, but also support another championship team, a team that on average charge £17 a ticket - do the maths. It does not mean that I cannot comment on this site, does it?!
I am still a town supporter....
The reason btw, I also support the other team is that my father lives there and we enjoy going to the games together (& jack walker's money!! Lol)
Not sure how you can possibly support two teams but can't question the commitment. Cost is an issue and I think we are too expensive. Don't blame you going elsewhere.
[quote][p][bold]Wellsy11[/bold] wrote: You don't have to attend every game to support the Town, I go when it suits me - what would you rather I do? Go to no games whatsoever?? I support town, but also support another championship team, a team that on average charge £17 a ticket - do the maths. It does not mean that I cannot comment on this site, does it?! I am still a town supporter.... The reason btw, I also support the other team is that my father lives there and we enjoy going to the games together (& jack walker's money!! Lol)[/p][/quote]Not sure how you can possibly support two teams but can't question the commitment. Cost is an issue and I think we are too expensive. Don't blame you going elsewhere. Pewsham Red
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8:44pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Wellsy11 says...

Pewsham Red wrote:
Wellsy11 wrote:
You don't have to attend every game to support the Town, I go when it suits me - what would you rather I do? Go to no games whatsoever??
I support town, but also support another championship team, a team that on average charge £17 a ticket - do the maths. It does not mean that I cannot comment on this site, does it?!
I am still a town supporter....
The reason btw, I also support the other team is that my father lives there and we enjoy going to the games together (& jack walker's money!! Lol)
Not sure how you can possibly support two teams but can't question the commitment. Cost is an issue and I think we are too expensive. Don't blame you going elsewhere.
It worse when we/they play each other!
Many people support more than one team. Look at all the Manure supporters!! I know several that follow Swindon often.
[quote][p][bold]Pewsham Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wellsy11[/bold] wrote: You don't have to attend every game to support the Town, I go when it suits me - what would you rather I do? Go to no games whatsoever?? I support town, but also support another championship team, a team that on average charge £17 a ticket - do the maths. It does not mean that I cannot comment on this site, does it?! I am still a town supporter.... The reason btw, I also support the other team is that my father lives there and we enjoy going to the games together (& jack walker's money!! Lol)[/p][/quote]Not sure how you can possibly support two teams but can't question the commitment. Cost is an issue and I think we are too expensive. Don't blame you going elsewhere.[/p][/quote]It worse when we/they play each other! Many people support more than one team. Look at all the Manure supporters!! I know several that follow Swindon often. Wellsy11
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8:49pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Pewsham Red says...

I am sure you are right mate. Can't see how it's done as I am a Wiltshire boy and so can't support anyone else but if it means we pick up some fans who can't get to their other teams games then all well and good. Swindon as a town has a lot of second and third generation inhabitants and so it is only natural to support where your family is from.
I am sure you are right mate. Can't see how it's done as I am a Wiltshire boy and so can't support anyone else but if it means we pick up some fans who can't get to their other teams games then all well and good. Swindon as a town has a lot of second and third generation inhabitants and so it is only natural to support where your family is from. Pewsham Red
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10:35pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Is that you Lovesey says...

Not being funny, but if we are so stuck in the mire financially should we cut prices, unless they are expecting the takeover to be agreed and they want as many in for the new owners as possible.
Not being funny, but if we are so stuck in the mire financially should we cut prices, unless they are expecting the takeover to be agreed and they want as many in for the new owners as possible. Is that you Lovesey
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10:37pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Is that you Lovesey says...

I work in Brum, Cov slashed their prices to five pound a ticket and were selling shirts for £5 each last night, they sold 28,000 tickets, but I did raise a laugh at the Cov fans today saying they will win the next leg 4-0
I work in Brum, Cov slashed their prices to five pound a ticket and were selling shirts for £5 each last night, they sold 28,000 tickets, but I did raise a laugh at the Cov fans today saying they will win the next leg 4-0 Is that you Lovesey
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