Stags 2002 wrote:
Martin Shaw wrote:Steve Hymas has posted on facebook:
6000 (*) tickets now sold for tomorrow nights game v Lincoln .Come down and welcome David Flitcroft to the club .tickets on sale until midnight at stagstickets.co.uk
(*) total, including Lincoln
Martin a point to make is that also includes season tickets (not all of which will attend the game).
Just getting it in then before anyone after the game says wheres the missing 500.
To be honest a good effort for a Tuesday night match given the newport attendance.
Also as a comment on twitter says £14 for an under 18 will have an impact (£12 for this game), should be no more than a £5er for under 12's.
£64 for two adults and two 7 yr olds.
£40 for two adults and two 6 yr olds.
Mr Hymas here is were the problem is, a barrier to entry for any family wanting to attend regularly in anywhere else but A block.
Look at the empty seats in the quarry lane end, make this a family stand charge no more than £30 a family.
350 fans at most weekly? (including kids) average £18 per ticket. £6,300
1000 fans (family of 4 ticket £30) - i.e 250 x £30 = £7,500.
Add on top extra food sales, future generations of fans buying into and growing up with the club, extra merchandise sales, some familys willing to upgrade into the west stand - surely this is a no brainer if advertised and pushed through all medias (not just facebook and twitter).