Rise in price of match tickets

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4 months 1 day ago #56575 by Curran
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Whats the story with price increase in match tickets
All kids now 10 euro adult now 27:50.
How much will European and interpros cost?

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4 months 1 day ago - 4 months 1 day ago #56579 by pinky
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Apparently they added Glasgow, Ospreys and the SA teams to "Category 1" so they are now the same price as Interpro/Challenge Cup games.
The only €22 games now are Cardiff, Dragons, Edinburgh, Treviso, Zebre

www.connachtrugby.ie/ticketinfo/price/

EDIT: And of course we're not actually playing Dragons or Treviso at home so it's really just 3 games in Cat 2.

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4 months 1 day ago #56580 by connemara man
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I don't see people paying top billing to see them from behind the goals in the wet!

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4 months 1 day ago #56583 by RonanL
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Whatever about the re-categorizing, I think any increase in kids tickets is short sighted.

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4 months 1 day ago #56586 by salmson
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RonanL wrote: Whatever about the re-categorizing, I think any increase in kids tickets is short sighted.


The cynic in me would suggest this is specifically designed to keep kids away, with tickets being sold at higher prices to adults instead. With a stadium that was at 94% of capacity last year you can see the financial driver (as with the extra cat A games) but I'd agree that keeping the kids coming is hugely important to Connacht's ongoing viability.
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