What high street is it seven quid for a small Peroni ? Kensington !!A bit steep perhaps but how much would you pay in a London high street for these items?
Buttermilk chicken burger with sweet potato wedges - £7.50/10?
(Vegan option available)
- Half-time pie - £5/7?
- Two Peroni bottled beers, house wines or soft drinks - £7/10? depending on size.
So, could plausibly be £27 or so for the food alone, which would make this only slightly more expensive than iFollow.
Everyone to there own, but think its good value. Paid 3 times that amount for the Preston home game at GP last season... that got cancelled. Yeah, it was seeing a live game too and a tour of ground.Awful pricing and more evidence of how the club are detaching from the inclusive/community image.
How on earth do they expect numbers to turn up for those prices, especially if they have kids.
It's not for me either, nor do I begrudge the club taking money from those who want to go at those prices, not sure what the need is to rant and kick off when not interested?I appreciate this seems quite steep but I am sure the club has done their research and are confident sufficient numbers will take up the offer. I am sure with all the precautions and restrictions in place offering this at a competitive price would be challenging.
Personally I am not sure I see the appeal but if it gives the club an additional revenue stream then I hope it works out.
agree no one is forcing anyone to go so not sure what the problem is. Not for me at that price but I hope they sell out !It's not for me either, nor do I begrudge the club taking money from those who want to go at those prices, not sure what the need is to rant and kick off when not interested?
OMG ! Reading that quickly i thought it was breast milk marinated in chicken. BTW anyone know what size the Peroni's are 330mls or 500mls. At forty quid they should be pints....its a breast of chicken marinated in buttermilk....surrounded by something commonly known as a bun/bap or roll....depending on demographics....and will also usually include lettuce and tomato.....but i would agree.... 40 quid does seem excessive.
IFull agree with other posters re price but for those saying they will watch at home on tv I thought Saturday away matches weren’t available on video ifollow !? Only midweek away matches
Be on a table by yourself BillDoesn’t interest me,but don’t mind the club making money in actual fact I encourage it.The club have acted well with their initiatives over this dreadful period.I won’t be going back untill it’s safe for everyone and sitting in a stadium looking at a screen with a small group of randoms is not appealing to me.
My first thought but as a special treat at the new ground it's not too bad.Let’s do the maths on this. Parents with two kids = £140.
Anyone that says this is a fair price needs their head testing.
All they have to do is control numbers coming in, not rip off and price out fans.They don't need (or want) big numbers to turn up though. With all the restrictions I'd guess they can only accommodate low three figures at most, and there will probably be enough takers at the price being charged to fill the capacity. If anything the price is being set at a level to minimise demand from the average fan.
I do agree that this could be a PR own goal, but in commercial terms it makes perfect sense.
Same as that Bill, not for me, also the cost of getting there. But not knocking the club, it’s about choice. Your not compelled to go, and i am sure loads of bees fans will take the opportunity to see the new ground from the inside. What i would say , the club are looking to play in the premiership, and to compete prices are going to rise and the day of the £10 ticket are over.Doesn’t interest me,but don’t mind the club making money in actual fact I encourage it.The club have acted well with their initiatives over this dreadful period.I won’t be going back untill it’s safe for everyone and sitting in a stadium looking at a screen with a small group of randoms is not appealing to me.
That's another way of putting it, yes. They're not going to be making a fortune out of it though, if they can only accommodate 200 people. £8000 less the cost of the food and drink and 30 or 40 staff for the afternoon?All they have to do is control numbers coming in, not rip off and price out fans.
What your saying is the club is taking advantage to profit from the virus