New Stadium Details And Discussions

al_pacino

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Is there a difference in price for PL and NFL tickets?

Would be interested to know if NFL is cheaper and results in bigger spend while there.
But they also have the benifit of more breaks and longer games(?) , so more people have the chance to get to bars ect.
An nfl game takes twice as long so you might need something to eat or drink whereas I wont bother in ground most of the time at a game of football.
 

SirHarryHotspur

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Is there a difference in price for PL and NFL tickets?

Would be interested to know if NFL is cheaper and results in bigger spend while there.
But they also have the benifit of more breaks and longer games(?) , so more people have the chance to get to bars ect.
According to this article for NFL general admission cheapest £55 dearest £125
 

worcestersauce

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Be shocked if it’s £8. I did a twitter poll with about 1.5k votes and it was definitely over £10 I’d actually say closer to £15.
What was the break down as for those who spend in the ground and those who don't. Could it be that those that spend in the ground would be more likely to respond as those that don't might think it doesn't refer to them?
 

Lighty64

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Be shocked if it’s £8. I did a twitter poll with about 1.5k votes and it was definitely over £10 I’d actually say closer to £15.
there will be plenty that goes that don't buy anything at all, you also have a large amount of corporate including 1882 ST holders that get a voucher (changing next season) and there will also be a hell of a lot of people that do the £5 for a pie/sausage roll and a pint (what I do as I'm only allowed 1 pint due to driving and meds).
 

coys200

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And wonga. I’m assuming that money goes into the football club but who knows until we see the accounts.
You really think levy would get away with having a separate company and taking £20-30m out the club every season. The stadium is owned by the club any money made by the stadium goes into the club.
 
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