Namelessriverroyal I can't see the prices going up. Football is changing, the live midweek games put some people off attending when it's on the red button and the fact season ticket holders can bring other supporters along for £10 for these games means that if you are a season ticket holder (unless you go to all 23 matches) it probably isn't worth the saving it once was.
It’s £15 a game as an adult STH. That saves £5 a game minimum. The odd game where you can save an extra fiver if you can get a STH tobuy you a ticket hardly compares to the overall saving.
Generally speaking the ones where you get the £10 deals are the games that season ticket holders themselves are inclined to miss. Cold wet Tuesday nights when the game is on TV.
For me it's a no-brainer. I like having the same seat, and not to have to faff around getting tickets for each game. I like getting priority when it comes to buying one-off tickets (playoffs, FA Cup etc)
Even if I thought I'd miss more than a quarter of the games, it wouldn't be a saving as such, but I probably would still do it for the convenience.
Maybe missing more than half the games would be a cut-off, but I've not been in that position.
But all in all, I don't think any Reading supporter can complain about our ticket prices in the last 15-20 years - we've never been treated like cash-cows.