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Ulster vs Leinster Oct 28th - 5 Grandstand tickets for sale

Postby Haddock » Sun Oct 15, 2017 8:17 am

5x Grand3 Row F Tickets for sale @ £69 per ticket (£345)

Sold at cost - Can be collected from the Ticketoffice at the ground on the day

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Re: Ulster vs Leinster Oct 28th - 5 Grandstand tickets for

Postby Russ » Sun Oct 15, 2017 9:51 am

Ulster are charging £70 for a fecking ticket?

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Re: Ulster vs Leinster Oct 28th - 5 Grandstand tickets for

Postby Rooster » Sun Oct 15, 2017 10:20 am

Haddock wrote:5x Grand3 Row F Tickets for sale @ £69 per ticket (£345)

Sold at cost - Can be collected from the Ticketoffice at the ground on the day

Interested ?


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Hang on a minute how did those cost £69 each as it is a Category A match and the guide says £45 each, don't tell me Ticketmaster have a £24 service charge on them ?
http://www.ulsterrugby.com/tickets/pricing-and-stadium-guide.php#.WeMnqzBrxaQ
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Re: Ulster vs Leinster Oct 28th - 5 Grandstand tickets for

Postby Haddock » Sun Oct 15, 2017 10:28 am

Not sure you got the maths right on that one but you are right there was a £5 admin fee per ticket
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Re: Ulster vs Leinster Oct 28th - 5 Grandstand tickets for

Postby Rooster » Sun Oct 15, 2017 10:45 am

Haddock wrote:Not sure you got the maths right on that one but you are right there was a £5 admin fee per ticket
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What the heck is a Grandstand plus ticket, the normal ones are £45 for this match ?
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Re: Ulster vs Leinster Oct 28th - 5 Grandstand tickets for

Postby Haddock » Sun Oct 15, 2017 10:47 am

No idea - anyway these are the ones I got and are available if anyone interested. Thanks.
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Re: Ulster vs Leinster Oct 28th - 5 Grandstand tickets for

Postby Rooster » Sun Oct 15, 2017 10:50 am

Haddock wrote:No idea - anyway these are the ones I got and are available if anyone interested. Thanks.

No problem it was just a strange price, must be free beer included :shock: :stout:
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Re: Ulster vs Leinster Oct 28th - 5 Grandstand tickets for

Postby Haddock » Sun Oct 15, 2017 10:51 am

Now that would be a fine thing ;o)
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Re: Ulster vs Leinster Oct 28th - 5 Grandstand tickets for

Postby Yoda » Sun Oct 15, 2017 12:05 pm

Rooster wrote:What the heck is a Grandstand plus ticket, the normal ones are £45 for this match ?


They've been around a while - I think they include a match programme and access to one of the members' bars in the main stand.

They're usually the only way to get the more central grandstand seats not already sold as season tickets
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Re: Ulster vs Leinster Oct 28th - 5 Grandstand tickets for

Postby Rooster » Sun Oct 15, 2017 1:04 pm

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Rooster wrote:What the heck is a Grandstand plus ticket, the normal ones are £45 for this match ?


They've been around a while - I think they include a match programme and access to one of the members' bars in the main stand.

They're usually the only way to get the more central grandstand seats not already sold as season tickets
Flip that is a hefty premium for a dead bar, was in there twice and wouldn't go in again even I had a free pass for it, service was horrendously slow and there were a bunch of knobs and stuffed shirts in it.
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Re: Ulster vs Leinster Oct 28th - 5 Grandstand tickets for

Postby BaggyTrousers » Sun Oct 15, 2017 1:50 pm

Russ wrote:Ulster are charging £70 for a fecking ticket?

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Have you noticed the 2-3000 per game drop off in attendance? UR needs to be very very careful. They appear to think they have got to the comfortable position of thinking people will just turn up, big mistake.

The most obvious place where the fall off in attendance is noticeable is the Family Stand, perhaps because I'm looking towards it but I don't think so. That is or should be the most worrying aspect, are the weans no longer interested or are UR trying to impoverish the parents too much?
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Re: Ulster vs Leinster Oct 28th - 5 Grandstand tickets for

Postby UlsterNo9 » Thu Oct 19, 2017 12:04 am

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Russ wrote:Ulster are charging £70 for a fecking ticket?

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Have you noticed the 2-3000 per game drop off in attendance? UR needs to be very very careful. They appear to think they have got to the comfortable position of thinking people will just turn up, big mistake.

The most obvious place where the fall off in attendance is noticeable is the Family Stand, perhaps because I'm looking towards it but I don't think so. That is or should be the most worrying aspect, are the weans no longer interested or are UR trying to impoverish the parents too much?


Couldn't be the bands fault!

Fair dues if I was a parent of weans I'd have no objection to the family stand. The thought though of listening to someone else weans and close proximity to the band would ruin my evening.

I'd sooner watch at home.
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