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football for a fiver and season tickets

apologies if this has already been discussed, but while i support the principal of the fiver a game, doesnt it make season tickets less attractive? the same thing happened last season, with no compensation for the loyal fans.
i know we get named seats, but that isnt the point.

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    Season ticket holders shouldn't mind a game or two with a near full crowd? They also get a chance to invite friends and family at a low cost.
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    It still always works out cheaper for the whole season with a season ticket.
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    wheres Airman he always gives a good answer
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    I paid £240 for my season ticket. That's just over £10 a game.

    Even if they do five £5 games a season, it's still great value for money.

    The more ideas/incentives to get fans through the turnstiles the better IMO.
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    Airman has already answered this question about 3 times in the build up to previous, similar promotions. The number of promotional price games is limited so that it doesn't have a negative implication on the value for money of owning a season ticket. I believe they have guaranteed at the beginning of each of the last 3 seasons that season ticket holders will be at least £100 better of than people who buy on a match-by-match basis, even taking into account ticket promotions.
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    I don't care and I'm a season ticket holder (10th year). It's only 1 or 2 games per year anyway.
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    And what a great chance to fill any empties near you with people you know. £5 per head is a real bargain. It was last year in League One and more so now in the Championship. Have a ring round your friends and see who fancies a good day out. Go on - do it now! :-)
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    You buy the tickets - they can buy the drinks!
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