Burnley freeze season ticket prices for 2014/15

THE Clarets have announced a price freeze on ‘early bird’ season ticket prices for 2014/15, whatever happens this season.

Burnley, who are second in the Championship and just two points off leaders QPR, are well placed for a promotion push with just over half of the campaign to go.

The club has also introduced a 12-month rolling direct debit scheme for the first time in an effort to spread the cost of supporters’ football fix, from £30 a month.

The price freeze for next season applies to ‘early bird’ tickets in all stands and for all age categories, meaning the cheapest adult seat is £299.

The ‘early bird’ offer expires on March 31, 2014.

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4:03pm Mon 16 Dec 13

A Darener says...

Behind the times yet again. What Burnley do today, Rovers did yonks ago.
Behind the times yet again. What Burnley do today, Rovers did yonks ago. A Darener

4:16pm Mon 16 Dec 13

barlickmafia says...

Another Rovers fan first to comment on a Clarets article. Our season tickets are priced just right I think. 12 months payment schemes and even a scheme for those who struggle with credit to save up if they want to support their beloved club. We are generating more revenue per game than Rovers despite having a slightly lower average attendance. Our board are running our club very well. We are FFP ready and are very competitive in the league. Some people down the M65 would do well to sit up and take notice of how a club manages its finances.
Any Rovers fan who thinks that it would be a good idea for Rovers to freeze prices again is living in cloud cuckoo land. Either way your club is in trouble. Put up prices and less people turn up, more complaining about the Venkys. Freeze or put down prices and your financial woe just gets worse!!
Well done B.F.C. Saving up for my renewal right away!! U.T.C
Another Rovers fan first to comment on a Clarets article. Our season tickets are priced just right I think. 12 months payment schemes and even a scheme for those who struggle with credit to save up if they want to support their beloved club. We are generating more revenue per game than Rovers despite having a slightly lower average attendance. Our board are running our club very well. We are FFP ready and are very competitive in the league. Some people down the M65 would do well to sit up and take notice of how a club manages its finances. Any Rovers fan who thinks that it would be a good idea for Rovers to freeze prices again is living in cloud cuckoo land. Either way your club is in trouble. Put up prices and less people turn up, more complaining about the Venkys. Freeze or put down prices and your financial woe just gets worse!! Well done B.F.C. Saving up for my renewal right away!! U.T.C barlickmafia

7:16pm Mon 16 Dec 13

stevieclaret says...

I remember rovers not having any season tickets in the championship because no one knew what was going on!! Joke club!!
I remember rovers not having any season tickets in the championship because no one knew what was going on!! Joke club!! stevieclaret

7:56pm Mon 16 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

Looks like they've nearly frozen this seasons points haul as well. Dropping like a stone week on week, except for that lucky win against Barnsley its been one win in seven games at Bubble pop FC
Looks like they've nearly frozen this seasons points haul as well. Dropping like a stone week on week, except for that lucky win against Barnsley its been one win in seven games at Bubble pop FC FakeVilla_MTCabinet

10:25pm Mon 16 Dec 13

burnleyglentoran says...

A Darener wrote:
Behind the times yet again. What Burnley do today, Rovers did yonks ago.
So that means we can look forward to being took over by a load of incompetant Indians

Become the laughing stock of world football.

Be millions in debt.

Have a team of over paid journeymen!

And have fans who never quite get used to the fact that we're no longer in the top flight!

BRKFC - ALWAYS AT THE FOR FRONT OF FOOTBALLING PANTOMIMES
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Behind the times yet again. What Burnley do today, Rovers did yonks ago.[/p][/quote]So that means we can look forward to being took over by a load of incompetant Indians Become the laughing stock of world football. Be millions in debt. Have a team of over paid journeymen! And have fans who never quite get used to the fact that we're no longer in the top flight! BRKFC - ALWAYS AT THE FOR FRONT OF FOOTBALLING PANTOMIMES burnleyglentoran

10:49pm Mon 16 Dec 13

noddy57 says...

if they want to keep their heads above water,, then they have no choice,,poor things,, but l guess for all small clubs its difficult right now.
if they want to keep their heads above water,, then they have no choice,,poor things,, but l guess for all small clubs its difficult right now. noddy57

11:52pm Mon 16 Dec 13

stevieclaret says...

noddy57 wrote:
if they want to keep their heads above water,, then they have no choice,,poor things,, but l guess for all small clubs its difficult right now.
Look up. If we are struggling what are your 50 million in debt n haemmouraging loads more each month lot doing? When is your club appearing in panto this year?
[quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: if they want to keep their heads above water,, then they have no choice,,poor things,, but l guess for all small clubs its difficult right now.[/p][/quote]Look up. If we are struggling what are your 50 million in debt n haemmouraging loads more each month lot doing? When is your club appearing in panto this year? stevieclaret

1:31pm Tue 17 Dec 13

We'll win the next one says...

stevieclaret wrote:
noddy57 wrote: if they want to keep their heads above water,, then they have no choice,,poor things,, but l guess for all small clubs its difficult right now.
Look up. If we are struggling what are your 50 million in debt n haemmouraging loads more each month lot doing? When is your club appearing in panto this year?
If Rovers where appearing in Panto you wouldn't be able to afford the ticket unless we came up with a payment plan over 12 months you scruff. No run along back to your sister you mong ! Burnley Scum.
[quote][p][bold]stevieclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: if they want to keep their heads above water,, then they have no choice,,poor things,, but l guess for all small clubs its difficult right now.[/p][/quote]Look up. If we are struggling what are your 50 million in debt n haemmouraging loads more each month lot doing? When is your club appearing in panto this year?[/p][/quote]If Rovers where appearing in Panto you wouldn't be able to afford the ticket unless we came up with a payment plan over 12 months you scruff. No run along back to your sister you mong ! Burnley Scum. We'll win the next one

2:02pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

We'll win the next one wrote:
stevieclaret wrote:
noddy57 wrote: if they want to keep their heads above water,, then they have no choice,,poor things,, but l guess for all small clubs its difficult right now.
Look up. If we are struggling what are your 50 million in debt n haemmouraging loads more each month lot doing? When is your club appearing in panto this year?
If Rovers where appearing in Panto you wouldn't be able to afford the ticket unless we came up with a payment plan over 12 months you scruff. No run along back to your sister you mong ! Burnley Scum.
And doesn't it just upset you so much that Burnley are above your set of inbred fannies in the table - why are you posting on every single Burnley article you spunkbubble?

Poor old Blackburn horse-fingerer, do you find it some kind of therapy, is that why you keep typing insults at us naughty Burnley fans? -I mean, how dare we be above you in the table - this must be why this website is home to more Blackburn vegetables than usual.

Run along child and look forward to March when you can shout insults at real live Burnley fans from the safety of being behind a line of coppers.

Zip it shrimpy.
[quote][p][bold]We'll win the next one[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevieclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: if they want to keep their heads above water,, then they have no choice,,poor things,, but l guess for all small clubs its difficult right now.[/p][/quote]Look up. If we are struggling what are your 50 million in debt n haemmouraging loads more each month lot doing? When is your club appearing in panto this year?[/p][/quote]If Rovers where appearing in Panto you wouldn't be able to afford the ticket unless we came up with a payment plan over 12 months you scruff. No run along back to your sister you mong ! Burnley Scum.[/p][/quote]And doesn't it just upset you so much that Burnley are above your set of inbred fannies in the table - why are you posting on every single Burnley article you spunkbubble? Poor old Blackburn horse-fingerer, do you find it some kind of therapy, is that why you keep typing insults at us naughty Burnley fans? -I mean, how dare we be above you in the table - this must be why this website is home to more Blackburn vegetables than usual. Run along child and look forward to March when you can shout insults at real live Burnley fans from the safety of being behind a line of coppers. Zip it shrimpy. Champagne plus charlie

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