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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote gerg_861 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 Mar 2019 at 09:20
So, Ealing season ticket prices for 19/20 already launched! Full price of £190 and Early bird price of £170, a large increase on the £135/160 of this year, and up from (I believe) £120/145 the previous year.
I guess Jordy Reid and a 2500 seat stand doesn't come free, but given that I'd bet that there are no more than 150 or so season ticket holders, I'm surprised that they'd raise the prices as that can't make much difference.
 
I think that the 10% discount on merchandise is new (if not, I wasted a few quid this year), but otherwise, the same as this year, which is a surprise as most of our car park has become a new stand.
 

• All 1st XV Home League and Cup Pool Matches for 2019/20

• Bring a Friend for FREE – 3 tickets

• Free Car Parking on Match Days

• 10% shop discount

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Trailfinder Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 Mar 2019 at 16:56
Sorry to break it to you Gerg but the 10% shop discount is not new, although there was a lack of knowledge about it from the shop staff last time I purchased something!

Pretty sure this season the early bird price was £150 up from £135 the previous season. Fairly steady trajectory over the past few seasons and still excellent value for the already converted. The problem is it seems fairly steep for those who have never heard of the club or the Championship. And there in lies the promblem for Ealing, why go watch a rugby match in a competition you have never heard of. It may as well be a fully amateur league if the marketing and promotion to make it relevent isn't there...
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