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Just the United Ticket for Members!

Just the United Ticket for Members!

The club recently announced details of a new Membership scheme for all our home matches in the top flight during 2009/10.

Membership will cost £20 for the season for all price categories, but this will give the member discounts of around 20% on normal match day prices, up to £7 per match for adults. Over a full season, adult supporters can save over £100 by becoming a member.

In addition, members will enjoy a priority period for the purchase of a ticket for home matches (Note sales will be strictly on a one membership, one ticket and first come, first served basis).

Memberships for the season (£20) are now on sale to personal callers at the ticket office and by telephone 0871 221 1914 (please select the ticket sales option)

Today Burnley FC have released some specific information for our first home match against Manchester United on Wednesday 19th August(7.45pm kick-off) and we provide details below:

Tickets are now on sale to members only at the following prices:

Adults: £28

Senior citizens,16-18's and students: £19

Under 16's: £14

Tickets are available in person from the ticket office, or by phoning 0871 221 1914.


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Writer:turfmanphil
Date:Wednesday July 29 2009
Time: 11:21AM

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Good luck to all non-season ticket holders and walk ons! Not ideal situation but I defy anyone to come up with a fairer system bearing in mind the likely demand for tickets
turfmanphil
29/07/2009 11:24:00
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I agree Phil. I just wish for the away games they would let you buy two tickets. What do you do if you've got a kid?
skutter169
29/07/2009 16:12:00
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One of my mates is a Hull city fan, they do a season ticket buy back service. If you can't make a game, you inform the club and they give you £10 credit towards the cost of a season ticket next year. They then sell your seat. I like this idea, don't know what everyone else thinks.
skutter169
29/07/2009 17:53:00
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I was in the club shop last week and a couple were in there asking for a refund on their season ticket because the United game had been moved and they couldn't make the new date. Clearly they didn't understand the concept of a ST and, I suspect, they may only have seen Burnley play once. However, Skutter might have a point - there must be a few season ticket holders who can't get to games from time to time. Perhaps they, like some I know, pass tickets to friends/family but what if they don't ? I know MUFC run a similar scheme as do many other clubs. Hopefully someone at BFC is looking at this type of thing.
RickersTwickers
29/07/2009 18:42:00
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I add my hopes that Bfc are looking at a season ticket buy back service.
Couch Potato
30/07/2009 06:59:00
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That Hull scheme sounds good, we need to bring in some more initiatives like this. There are only 1000 Man U tickets left according to BE today
turfmanphil
30/07/2009 10:58:00
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Aye,Skutter I wish they would allow 2 tickets/application too. It is generally thought they would accept a postal application for more than one ticket providing your mates/family had the right amount of loyalty points on their Clarets Number but it's a bloody hassle to work it all out! I can see a lot of Clarets tapping up their rival footy mates for tickets in the home end at this rate although a lot probably have the same home restrictions at other grounds
turfmanphil
30/07/2009 13:40:00
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I am a bit confused on this? if it's only for members only would the price not be £21 with the discount? or is that the actual price of £28 meaning if it was not just for members then this would cost £35
8clarets8
31/07/2009 12:58:00
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Phil's right 8c8. The United game is a category A fixture so non-member price would be £35 - quite an increase on last year's tickets but I suppose the club have to claw back some money! Can't see there being many tickets left for non-members for this one but you never know.
RickersTwickers
31/07/2009 22:39:00
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