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Postby Forever Blue » Wed Jun 13, 2018 12:04 pm

Pre-Season 2018 :: Taff's Well vs. Cardiff City Friendly :: Ticket Details


Adults £20 & £15

Cardiff City open their pre-season campaign at Taff's Well on Friday, 13th July 2018 - 7pm KO.

Proceeds from this match will go towards supporting Rookwood Hospital & Velindre.

Seating Tickets - Malcolm Frazer Stand - Very Limited availability

Seated ticket price: £20
Please note there are no concessions in the seating area
Terrace Tickets

Adults: £15
Senior 60+: £7.50
Juniors U16: £7.50
Tickets on sale from 10am on Wednesday, 13th June 2018

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Tickets will also be made available to purchase online: http://www.eticketing.co.uk/cardiffcity
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Postby grange_end1927 » Wed Jun 13, 2018 12:08 pm

Its a fu ck friendly £20 & £15 ripping City fans off :shock:
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Postby North Wales Blue » Wed Jun 13, 2018 12:11 pm

I have to agree, shocking pricing structure for a friendly against mediocre opposition
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Postby Wolfpac » Wed Jun 13, 2018 12:16 pm

Disgraceful prices, won't be attending myself and know a few who will be put off by the prices.
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Postby Mr Shed » Wed Jun 13, 2018 12:17 pm

As much as i agree it's costly, but at least the money is going to LOCAL charities.
Youll happily pay 25-40 pound to go in the pockets of the players and club like Bristol city and Leeds, why would you not be happy spending the same or less to go to some fantastic causes?
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Postby Forever Blue » Wed Jun 13, 2018 12:26 pm

Mr Shed wrote:As much as i agree it's costly, but at least the money is going to LOCAL charities.
Youll happily pay 25-40 pound to go in the pockets of the players and club like Bristol city and Leeds, why would you not be happy spending the same or less to go to some fantastic causes?


First I never even read it was going to any cause, even though I put it out :lol:

But secondly, The money hardly ever goes to the charity as 90% of money ever collected usually never gets to the charity as its some how eaten up with expenses.

My comments are more regarding many many City fans have complained and boycotted Championship clubs for charging over £25.
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Postby 65Blue » Wed Jun 13, 2018 12:28 pm

If you are not prepared to give to cancer research dont bother to go, a worthy cause and well done to both teams for supporting it
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Postby troobloo3339 » Wed Jun 13, 2018 2:33 pm

Forever Blue wrote:
Mr Shed wrote:As much as i agree it's costly, but at least the money is going to LOCAL charities.
Youll happily pay 25-40 pound to go in the pockets of the players and club like Bristol city and Leeds, why would you not be happy spending the same or less to go to some fantastic causes?


First I never even read it was going to any cause, even though I put it out :lol:

But secondly, The money hardly ever goes to the charity as 90% of money ever collected usually never gets to the charity as its some how eaten up with expenses.

My comments are more regarding many many City fans have complained and boycotted Championship clubs for charging over £25.

Annis not all money raised get costs TAKEN out
Me and william took £1002.20p to velindre hospital all in cash
We raised all this money from city supporters and family
By doing fancy dress at cardiff city last home and away games ccsc collection and sandmartin collection no commision or costs
Were takenout they got all the money
Really dont see any problem in these ticket prices
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Postby gagsey » Wed Jun 13, 2018 3:58 pm

I know the chairman of taffs well personally, lost his wife to cancer done a lot of fundraising himself for cancer. There will be no costs taken out he is a lovely genuine guy.
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Postby rhondda 1015 » Wed Jun 13, 2018 4:29 pm

Fantastic cause, but I have absolutely no intention of paying those prices.
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Postby WelshPatriot » Wed Jun 13, 2018 4:33 pm

sorry I'm all for the cause but at £27.50 for me and my lad to watch Taffs Well it'll be a no from me.
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Postby KWest » Wed Jun 13, 2018 4:41 pm

Bought my ticket. No excuses on my end.
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Postby Forever Blue » Wed Jun 13, 2018 4:41 pm

troobloo3339 wrote:
Forever Blue wrote:
Mr Shed wrote:As much as i agree it's costly, but at least the money is going to LOCAL charities.
Youll happily pay 25-40 pound to go in the pockets of the players and club like Bristol city and Leeds, why would you not be happy spending the same or less to go to some fantastic causes?


First I never even read it was going to any cause, even though I put it out :lol:

But secondly, The money hardly ever goes to the charity as 90% of money ever collected usually never gets to the charity as its some how eaten up with expenses.

My comments are more regarding many many City fans have complained and boycotted Championship clubs for charging over £25.

Annis not all money raised get costs TAKEN out
Me and william took £1002.20p to velindre hospital all in cash
We raised all this money from city supporters and family
By doing fancy dress at cardiff city last home and away games ccsc collection and sandmartin collection no commision or costs
Were takenout they got all the money
Really dont see any problem in these ticket prices



Steve, Totally different, what you did was all of your own backs and did it all for free and was fantastic by you and William :thumbright: :thumbright:

Steve, its a pre-season friendly against no more than village team and just going by what the above posters are saying on here, Twitter & FB, fans do think its well over priced.
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Postby Red returns » Wed Jun 13, 2018 4:42 pm

WelshPatriot wrote:sorry I'm all for the cause but at £27.50 for me and my lad to watch Taffs Well it'll be a no from me.


And a no from me buddy,way to much
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Postby troobloo3339 » Wed Jun 13, 2018 5:44 pm

Forever Blue wrote:
troobloo3339 wrote:
Forever Blue wrote:
Mr Shed wrote:As much as i agree it's costly, but at least the money is going to LOCAL charities.
Youll happily pay 25-40 pound to go in the pockets of the players and club like Bristol city and Leeds, why would you not be happy spending the same or less to go to some fantastic causes?


First I never even read it was going to any cause, even though I put it out :lol:

But secondly, The money hardly ever goes to the charity as 90% of money ever collected usually never gets to the charity as its some how eaten up with expenses.

My comments are more regarding many many City fans have complained and boycotted Championship clubs for charging over £25.

Annis not all money raised get costs TAKEN out
Me and william took £1002.20p to velindre hospital all in cash
We raised all this money from city supporters and family
By doing fancy dress at cardiff city last home and away games ccsc collection and sandmartin collection no commision or costs
Were takenout they got all the money
Really dont see any problem in these ticket prices



Steve, Totally different, what you did was all of your own backs and did it all for free and was fantastic by you and William :thumbright: :thumbright:

Steve, its a pre-season friendly against no more than village team and just going by what the above posters are saying on here, Twitter & FB, fans do think its well over priced.

Annis ,£15 for me and william to watch cardiff city a premier league club is great value it costs . Me that to take him to the cinema
And . The cinema gives none of our money to charity
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Postby ealing_ayatollah » Wed Jun 13, 2018 9:42 pm

65Blue wrote:If you are not prepared to give to cancer research dont bother to go, a worthy cause and well done to both teams for supporting it

My thoughts exactly. :clap:
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Postby Llan_Blue » Wed Jun 13, 2018 10:34 pm

We do have some of the tightest fans in Britain don’t we.
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Postby rhondda 1015 » Thu Jun 14, 2018 8:11 am

Llan_Blue wrote:We do have some of the tightest fans in Britain don’t we.


No.
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Postby 8ballpottingmachine » Thu Jun 14, 2018 7:41 pm

Llan_Blue wrote:We do have some of the tightest fans in Britain don’t we.


No we do not! Although I do try to go to Blackwood cinema midweek as it goes up a pound to £3.50 on the weekend. Bastards.
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Postby ReeseBluebird1927 » Thu Jun 14, 2018 7:52 pm

Got mine well happy was good night last year
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Postby RV Casual » Fri Jun 15, 2018 4:45 pm

I am in the 'that's shocking' camp tbh.

I, like many on here I would imagine, already give a large amount of my annual income to charity, including Velindre so those heart strings don't pull for me, I pay £20 a month out of my wages via DD plus sponsor anyone when they do something worthwhile.

To charge £20 to sit, (no concessions) and £15 to stand, possibly 5 deep at ground level is greedy and a poor move IMO.

It's a pre season friendly FFS, Charge £10 for Adults, £2 for kids and have a bucket collection.
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Postby Lawnmower » Fri Jun 15, 2018 5:46 pm

£20 for Velindre.

I bet every one of us has had a family member or friend treated there.

3000 fans will cover so many treatments.

It’s the cost of 4-5 pints. Might help some livers as well
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Postby rhondda 1015 » Fri Jun 15, 2018 5:56 pm

Lawnmower wrote:£20 for Velindre.

I bet every one of us has had a family member or friend treated there.

3000 fans will cover so many treatments.

It’s the cost of 4-5 pints. Might help some livers as well


That's not the point, albeit it is for charity, it is too expensive for a friendly game between Taffs Well and Cardiff City.
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Postby RV Casual » Fri Jun 15, 2018 6:08 pm

rhondda 1015 wrote:
Lawnmower wrote:£20 for Velindre.

I bet every one of us has had a family member or friend treated there.

3000 fans will cover so many treatments.

It’s the cost of 4-5 pints. Might help some livers as well


That's not the point, albeit it is for charity, it is too expensive for a friendly game between Taffs Well and Cardiff City.



Its a very simplistic view.

Perhaps he goes by himself, earns good money so £20 might be water off a ducks back.

Switch that round to a working class man who wants to take his two sons, £60 to sit in the stand, I don't think so, £30 to stand 5 deep, again I don't think so.

£10 for adults, £2 for kids, a bucket collections which would probably raise a few grand and everyone is a winner.

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Postby Llan_Blue » Fri Jun 15, 2018 6:28 pm

RV Casual wrote:
rhondda 1015 wrote:
Lawnmower wrote:£20 for Velindre.

I bet every one of us has had a family member or friend treated there.

3000 fans will cover so many treatments.

It’s the cost of 4-5 pints. Might help some livers as well


That's not the point, albeit it is for charity, it is too expensive for a friendly game between Taffs Well and Cardiff City.



Its a very simplistic view.

Perhaps he goes by himself, earns good money so £20 might be water off a ducks back.

Switch that round to a working class man who wants to take his two sons, £60 to sit in the stand, I don't think so, £30 to stand 5 deep, again I don't think so.

£10 for adults, £2 for kids, a bucket collections which would probably raise a few grand and everyone is a winner.

:thumbup:

Or somebody else goes for £20 instead of the the guy with two kids. It’s not a tiny ground it will be sold out at any rate.
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Postby RV Casual » Fri Jun 15, 2018 6:42 pm

Llan_Blue wrote:
RV Casual wrote:
rhondda 1015 wrote:
Lawnmower wrote:£20 for Velindre.

I bet every one of us has had a family member or friend treated there.

3000 fans will cover so many treatments.

It’s the cost of 4-5 pints. Might help some livers as well


That's not the point, albeit it is for charity, it is too expensive for a friendly game between Taffs Well and Cardiff City.



Its a very simplistic view.

Perhaps he goes by himself, earns good money so £20 might be water off a ducks back.

Switch that round to a working class man who wants to take his two sons, £60 to sit in the stand, I don't think so, £30 to stand 5 deep, again I don't think so.

£10 for adults, £2 for kids, a bucket collections which would probably raise a few grand and everyone is a winner.

:thumbup:

Or somebody else goes for £20 instead of the the guy with two kids. It’s not a tiny ground it will be sold out at any rate.


Yeah I was like that once aswell, didn't give a shit about anyone else, I paid £95 for my FA Cup Final Ticket probably spent about another £150 on top on the piss as the only person I had to care about was myself.

Spent £4,000 going to France for the Euro's and never batted an eyelid but I see people struggling now, people who want to go but can't afford it and I see it from the other side aswell.

It's a Football Match, a pre season friendly, not a charity event, make it affordable for everyone and make a bit of money for charity aswell is a bonus.
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Postby Lawnmower » Fri Jun 15, 2018 8:03 pm

rhondda 1015 wrote:
Lawnmower wrote:£20 for Velindre.

I bet every one of us has had a family member or friend treated there.

3000 fans will cover so many treatments.

It’s the cost of 4-5 pints. Might help some livers as well


That's not the point, albeit it is for charity, it is too expensive for a friendly game between Taffs Well and Cardiff City.


It is the point.
The point is they are trying to make some money for a good cause.

The game is pretty pointless - Premier League players against a side like Taffs Well

You’ll hardly be able to see it anyway unless you at st the front or 8 ft tall.

For me it’ll just be a couple of hours with my mates.

The seats are probably all gone, so you are looking at £15 now.

If it was £5 then thousands more would want to go and you’d have loads moaning they couldn’t get tickets.
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Postby Lawnmower » Fri Jun 15, 2018 8:05 pm

RV Casual wrote:
Llan_Blue wrote:
RV Casual wrote:
rhondda 1015 wrote:
Lawnmower wrote:£20 for Velindre.

I bet every one of us has had a family member or friend treated there.

3000 fans will cover so many treatments.

It’s the cost of 4-5 pints. Might help some livers as well


That's not the point, albeit it is for charity, it is too expensive for a friendly game between Taffs Well and Cardiff City.



Its a very simplistic view.

Perhaps he goes by himself, earns good money so £20 might be water off a ducks back.

Switch that round to a working class man who wants to take his two sons, £60 to sit in the stand, I don't think so, £30 to stand 5 deep, again I don't think so.

£10 for adults, £2 for kids, a bucket collections which would probably raise a few grand and everyone is a winner.

:thumbup:

Or somebody else goes for £20 instead of the the guy with two kids. It’s not a tiny ground it will be sold out at any rate.


Yeah I was like that once aswell, didn't give a shit about anyone else, I paid £95 for my FA Cup Final Ticket probably spent about another £150 on top on the piss as the only person I had to care about was myself.

Spent £4,000 going to France for the Euro's and never batted an eyelid but I see people struggling now, people who want to go but can't afford it and I see it from the other side aswell.

It's a Football Match, a pre season friendly, not a charity event, make it affordable for everyone and make a bit of money for charity aswell is a bonus.



The club do the cup games for next to nothing and hardly anyone turns up for them and they are at home.
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Postby RV Casual » Fri Jun 15, 2018 8:11 pm

Lawnmower wrote:
RV Casual wrote:
Llan_Blue wrote:
RV Casual wrote:
rhondda 1015 wrote:
Lawnmower wrote:£20 for Velindre.

I bet every one of us has had a family member or friend treated there.

3000 fans will cover so many treatments.

It’s the cost of 4-5 pints. Might help some livers as well


That's not the point, albeit it is for charity, it is too expensive for a friendly game between Taffs Well and Cardiff City.



Its a very simplistic view.

Perhaps he goes by himself, earns good money so £20 might be water off a ducks back.

Switch that round to a working class man who wants to take his two sons, £60 to sit in the stand, I don't think so, £30 to stand 5 deep, again I don't think so.

£10 for adults, £2 for kids, a bucket collections which would probably raise a few grand and everyone is a winner.

:thumbup:

Or somebody else goes for £20 instead of the the guy with two kids. It’s not a tiny ground it will be sold out at any rate.


Yeah I was like that once aswell, didn't give a shit about anyone else, I paid £95 for my FA Cup Final Ticket probably spent about another £150 on top on the piss as the only person I had to care about was myself.

Spent £4,000 going to France for the Euro's and never batted an eyelid but I see people struggling now, people who want to go but can't afford it and I see it from the other side aswell.

It's a Football Match, a pre season friendly, not a charity event, make it affordable for everyone and make a bit of money for charity aswell is a bonus.



The club do the cup games for next to nothing and hardly anyone turns up for them and they are at home.


Exacaly, so what makes Taff's Well think people will pay those prices for a friendly.
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Postby rhondda 1015 » Sat Jun 16, 2018 7:54 am

It will sell out, I won't be there as I think it's too expensive. No big deal really.
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