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QPR Away

by Royal_jimmy » 17 Jul 2017 09:43

Age Category Upper Tier Gold Seating Upper Tier Silver Seating
Adult £33 £28
60 & Over £23 £19
18-21 £23 £19
17 & Under £16 £13
7 & Under £16 FREE with Adult

https://www.readingfc.co.uk/news/2017/j ... er-at-qpr/

We have only the upper tier so only 1,800. I'm guessing at those prices the club took the safe option of the smaller allocation.

QPR never cease to amaze me at those prices. IN nevertheless

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by Jackson Corner » 17 Jul 2017 10:17

£33 what f......ng planet are they on? Wouldn't mind if it was a decent ground. If your over six foot like me it's two hours of sitting with your knees under your chin! Fat Tony can count me out.

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by One87One » 17 Jul 2017 15:43

Out at those prices. I'll watch it for free at home on the US VPN. £33 is a joke. We should charge them the same when they come here!

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by CountryRoyal » 17 Jul 2017 15:51

Those prices are criminal.

IN.

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by Rea Ding » 17 Jul 2017 16:08

London always too expensive
Still IN X3 :D


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by Chuckle Brother » 17 Jul 2017 21:17

So can we assume Silver tickets are restricted view ?

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by Ingham » 18 Jul 2017 09:56

Chuckle Brother wrote:So can we assume Silver tickets are restricted view ?


No - they are just the blocks to the side rather than the ones straight above the goal.

I do not think there are now any "restricted view" since they moved the goal forward.

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by bobby1413 » 18 Jul 2017 10:14

OUT - I refuse to pay those disgusting prices

(Actually I will be mid-flight coming back from Venice... otherwise I would have gone)

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by No Fixed Abode » 18 Jul 2017 10:33

bobby1413 wrote:OUT - I refuse to pay those disgusting prices

(Actually I will be mid-flight coming back from Venice... otherwise I would have gone)


Is £33 actually that bad for a London game? I mean, many people spend about £70 to go and watch a gig at the o2 these days.


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by John Smith » 18 Jul 2017 11:43

No Fixed Abode wrote:
bobby1413 wrote:OUT - I refuse to pay those disgusting prices

(Actually I will be mid-flight coming back from Venice... otherwise I would have gone)


Is £33 actually that bad for a London game? I mean, many people spend about £70 to go and watch a gig at the o2 these days.

If anyone is doing that then they need their head checked.

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by bobby1413 » 18 Jul 2017 12:17

No Fixed Abode wrote:
bobby1413 wrote:OUT - I refuse to pay those disgusting prices

(Actually I will be mid-flight coming back from Venice... otherwise I would have gone)


Is £33 actually that bad for a London game? I mean, many people spend about £70 to go and watch a gig at the o2 these days.


My original post was a joke about the prices - I don't think £33 is that bad even when considering that Reading charge £20 for away fans who are STH. I didn't look at that price and think "That's outrageous", I did think "Oh that's more than the £25ish that most other clubs seem to charge, but I'm in (until I realised I was away)".

The only ticket prices I've thought were genuinely disgusting was Sheffield Wednesday. Didn't they charge something like £40 for away fans?

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by bcubed » 18 Jul 2017 13:24

John Smith wrote:
No Fixed Abode wrote:
bobby1413 wrote:OUT - I refuse to pay those disgusting prices

(Actually I will be mid-flight coming back from Venice... otherwise I would have gone)


Is £33 actually that bad for a London game? I mean, many people spend about £70 to go and watch a gig at the o2 these days.

If anyone is doing that then they need their head checked.


:oops:

and way more than £70!

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Re: QPR Away

by Royal_jimmy » 19 Jul 2017 10:01

bobby1413 wrote:
No Fixed Abode wrote:
bobby1413 wrote:OUT - I refuse to pay those disgusting prices

(Actually I will be mid-flight coming back from Venice... otherwise I would have gone)


Is £33 actually that bad for a London game? I mean, many people spend about £70 to go and watch a gig at the o2 these days.


My original post was a joke about the prices - I don't think £33 is that bad even when considering that Reading charge £20 for away fans who are STH. I didn't look at that price and think "That's outrageous", I did think "Oh that's more than the £25ish that most other clubs seem to charge, but I'm in (until I realised I was away)".

The only ticket prices I've thought were genuinely disgusting was Sheffield Wednesday. Didn't they charge something like £40 for away fans?


I went to Hillsborough last season and it was £33 as well I think..

Just checked, yes it was viewtopic.php?f=2&t=135631


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Re: QPR Away

by tink » 21 Jul 2017 11:49

OS is showing only lower tier seats available in the silver category. Does this mean we've actually sold out the upper tier?!

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Re: QPR Away

by LWJ » 21 Jul 2017 12:31

IN for the lower tier then.

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Re: QPR Away

by tink » 21 Jul 2017 13:21

Just spoke to TO.

Upper tier is almost sold out, but there are a handful of gold and silver tickets left up there. The club have now taken the allocation for the bottom tier as well.

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by PieEater » 24 Jul 2017 09:16

IN for the shitiest ground in the division, but hopefully a decent prematch.

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Re: QPR Away

by Brum Royal » 24 Jul 2017 10:18

IN for this, albeit with a very British silent grumble about the ticket price

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Re: QPR Away

by John Smith » 24 Jul 2017 12:35

LWJ wrote:IN for the lower tier then.

Great to see you keeping up your impressive level of support from last year LWJ.

Will you be wearing a Ralph Lauren cap and Stone Island jacket for this one?

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Re: QPR Away

by percy_freeman » 24 Jul 2017 12:53

Apparently. Belushi's in Shepherds Bush is the Away fans place to be....

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