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13 Sep 2017 20:18:49
The last couple games been going in the Norh Bank Quad. Got to say now my favorite place to watch the game, great view, good banter and the atmosphere is getting better each game.
Had my season ticket in the SouthBank, but now i'm taking my 15 year old son and me also being in me 50s even though my heart will always be in the SouthBank love the Quadrant.
Really hope they make it a season ticket stand one day will buy 2 straight away.

GodBless Wolves, GodBless Fosun.

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14 Sep 2017 13:42:36
I think a pricing initiative to attract youngsters would help fill the stadium and max the atmosphere - £5? for under 16's would help fill those empty seats. Let's fill the Mol and cheer the team on to the

14 Sep 2017 16:12:20
Agreed. I have a season ticket but would welcome price reductions to help fill the stadium.

{Ed047's Note - If i were the owner id want my stadium full week in week out no matter what competition im playing in, I would defiantly discount the tickets to around £5 as that way im sure it would get filled the only problem is its not fair on other fans who have paid top dollar for the match but a full stadium is better revenue for the club which helps in the long run}.

14 Sep 2017 16:52:17
Agreed Ed, may as well charge £5 for kids under 18,if accompanied with a parent charge parent £10 club would make money, better than seeing empty seats plus ounce the kids get hooked youve got em for life.
I've just started taking my 15 year old been on at him for ages to come down with me, now he loves it wants to go every game costing me a small fortune because his best mate comes also.
Mind you I don't mind these will be the next generation. Hope the club read these posts as I know its not fair on season ticket holders but the club need to get bums on seats.

GodBless Wolves, GodBless Gosun.

{Ed047's Note - Excellent post buddy! I take my 8 year old daughter now and again as she plays Football at school so it's a nice experience for her. It annoys me when you watch football and all you see its rows and rows of empty seats, its the club that are loosing out so surely something has to be done about it as by charging £5 it encourages youngsters and even families to go which then looks good on the club as there stadium is full all the time. Im sure the club have people who keep an eye on sites like amongst others}.

14 Sep 2017 17:40:04
only 50 pound for a youths season ticket my lad had one this season great value for money.

14 Sep 2017 19:25:32
Yea billy did see that great value, thinking about getting one for me and him in October when the half season tickets vome out.
Dont know what areas will be available though.

14 Sep 2017 20:36:15
My two daughters have had season tickets for 4 years now. Were both £23 to start with then eldest went to £72 last season as she was 12 but this year reduced to £50. Costs me £73 quid for two season tickets and they both love it. They also want the tops etc so by hooking them early they generate extra income from merchandise etc. As stated above they are the next generation so by keeping prices down the club wins in the long run. I sit in the family enclosure with them but obviously the prices are that all round the ground now.

{Ed047's Note - Exactly its about the club maximizing revenue and filling the stadium weather that means lowering ticket prices or by reducing them}.

15 Sep 2017 07:19:49
They will spend money when they are there aswell food drink products from clubshop it's win win
Fill molineux.



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