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Charlton Season Tickets

Must be coming up to that time when the club announce their plans and prices for Charlton season tickets, I wonder if the club will slash the prices to try and tempt fans who are considering not renewing back to the club?

If you were considering not renewing next season, could you be tempted back with a cheaper price, or will no amount of price reducing tempt you back?
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    Let's face it, they can't be made much cheaper than they already are. Would imagine we're already in the top 10 cheapest tickets in the football leaghe
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    edited February 2016
    shirty5 said:

    They could make them 100 notes each but if the Rat and that Woman are still here at the end of the season, it does not matter to myself. No season ticket will be purchased.

    Add to this the fact that it's highly likely to be L1 football you'd be paying to watch and it's a difficult sell for KM.
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    Away games only next season
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    Undecided on whether to renew currently but would not be money that would swing me.
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    Won't be renewing if they are in charge - end of.
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    Charlton season tickets will be exactly like Katrien Meire; Cheap and Nasty!
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    I have a feeling they will already be preparing for a boycott. This makes me think they may come up with some crazy, half baked idea regarding ticketing for next season....not sure what, but they are the sort of people who would not think twice about implementing some new ticketing structure that perhaps forced fans into buying a season ticket.......first club not to sell tickets on match day, or match day tickets to be an additional £5 or £10 with a proportion going to charity or community programme or something with a bit of a sting in its tail, meaning for many, they will feel they have to buy a season ticket.

    We are already the cheapest club in London to support, they know numbers will be lower, and therefore I do not see them reducing ticket prices as an incentive.

    I just have this feeling when news of season tickets is released, we will realise exactly what they're up to if you know what I mean.

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    After about a thousand years of having a ST I am not renewing while The Rat and Pinnochio are at my club even if by some miracle we stay up.
    If we get relegated to L1 and they then sell I will buy one though, but I will not give the King Rat any more of my money especially because part of it will pay for some of the liars salary.
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    It's not about the money. As soon as RD and Co. are gone, I'll buy one again, regardless of the cost.

    Same here.
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    It's not about the money. As soon as RD and Co. are gone, I'll buy one again, regardless of the cost.

    I just hope this attitude is reflected by everyone to everything. With attendances, valley gold and so many other "habits" changing I hope a positive change of ownership sees people revert back and we can try to get the club cack to where it was circa 2012 and then build.
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    I would not buy a season ticket if they paid me, well I would have to think about that
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    edited February 2016
    I think that the majority of Season Ticket holders will, when faced with a limited time "extra special bargain" renewal offer, re-sign for fear of having to pay more. However some, like myself, after a god-awful tedious borefest of a season will think long and hard about whether its worth going at all.

    Therefore it will also require the signing of an exciting player, or a returning favorite, about June 1st to generate interest. My money's on Darren Bent.
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    I would not buy a season ticket if they paid me, well I would have to think about that

    If they paid me, I would. So should we all, would soon bankrupt them!
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    I do not think they will put tickets on sale yet and say that they are delaying as we do not know what division we will be in.

    IF they had any sense at all, they would announce that they are going to prove they have listened to supporters and are going to publish the plan AND prove this in their actions by making the signings to show that they have broken the cycle before making any increase in price.

    I am not sure that even this would convince me to sign up again.

    I would also add that money off deal is not a driver for me now, I would simply deduct the games I attended to break even on the deal. Not a great hardship, especially if we are in div 3 by then.

    Maybe we should make get current season ticket holders to sign up to say we will only renew if you do X, Y orZ?

    No deal, No money. Whoever represents us can negotiate from a position that has tangible strength.
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    Airman will be on to correct me if I'm wrong but I can't see how there is scope for reducing prices much further to tempt the waverers.
    It would inevitably mean a reduction in match day prices as well and this would have to be applied to the sale of tickets to away supporters.
    In addition, it would make the football for a fiver scheme fairly pointless.
    But we will see; they must be getting desperate. If it was me, I'd move the concession cut-off back from 65 to 60 or maybe even 55. And perhaps tinker with the ages for younger fans. Push under 11s up to U16s, scrap the U18s band and switch the U21s band to U25s but at the old U18 price. But what do I know?
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    Made my decision not to renew under RD ages ago.
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    Buy tickets on the day,there will be pleanty of seats in League 1
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    The only way I will be back is if Roland personally pays for my ticket & also gives me a free ticket for the rest of my natural
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    I still can't imagine not buying a season ticket but I will put off the decision as long as possible reather than buying as soon as they are announced (as I usually do).
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    Halix said:

    I think that the majority of Season Ticket holders will, when faced with a limited time "extra special bargain" renewal offer, re-sign for fear of having to pay more. However some, like myself, after a god-awful tedious borefest of a season will think long and hard about whether its worth going at all.

    Therefore it will also require the signing of an exciting player, or a returning favorite, about June 1st to generate interest. My money's on Darren Bent.

    If most people refuse to re-new before the cut-off date for a "reduced" price season ticket, they will extend that date.

    If you are going to re-new - and I hope most people won't - at least hold off doing so until August.
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    Halix said:

    I think that the majority of Season Ticket holders will, when faced with a limited time "extra special bargain" renewal offer, re-sign for fear of having to pay more. However some, like myself, after a god-awful tedious borefest of a season will think long and hard about whether its worth going at all.

    Therefore it will also require the signing of an exciting player, or a returning favorite, about June 1st to generate interest. My money's on Darren Bent.

    Some may, but a large number are not interested in attending under this regime in League One. So I don't think the usual levers will have much effect.
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    Do you think R.D and K.M are getting worried about the lack of interest in buying S.T
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    Derek1952 said:

    Do you think R.D and K.M are getting worried about the lack of interest in buying S.T

    She thinks it will only be 2 per cent dropping out, I expect. They will also be drastically misled by the data from our previous spell in League One.
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    My only hope is that those who will be renewing do so on the last day of the early birds deadline. I'd love to be a fly on the wall when Pinnochio has to tell Roland they haven't sold any season tickets with 1 day to go.
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    Derek1952 said:

    Do you think R.D and K.M are getting worried about the lack of interest in buying S.T

    Probably about as worried as they are about us getting relegated I should imagine.
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    edited February 2016
    Attempting to sell season tickets now would be daft unless the price or add-ons make one big buy-me or miss out statement...given all that's happened and is happening I think it's worth RD doing something spectacular and offering an adult ST for say £150 anywhere in the ground, £125 if you are buying two or more adult STs or £100 if you are buying one or more kids ST tickets as well...get bums on seats and if the price can tip sales past a critical mass other STs will sell themselves and he can then charge want he wants on match days and to away fans...
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