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If you cant sell seats first game,your going to struggle mid winter

Said it pre match, plenty empty seats for both sets of fans, also look at the DABS, last Sunday, same again

do the clubs, really want bums on seats??? Here is a clue, for both of Dundee's Teams Financial Directors,

There's NOT A LOT of spare money going around in the City of Dundee, WAKEN up????, before it's too late.

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Said it pre match, plenty empty seats for both sets of fans, also look at the DABS, last Sunday, same again

do the clubs, really want bums on seats??? Here is a clue, for both of Dundee's Teams Financial Directors,

There's NOT A LOT of spare money going around in the City of Dundee, WAKEN up????, before it's too late.

Cheaper tickets even with bigger crowds may mean less money through the gate.

We can't take the risk.

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Yes it's over priced but i still go once a season, if it was better value for money i would probably go 2 or 3 times.

I would never go to a cat a game hospo as your getting exactly the same as cat b but are being over charged. I'm assuming beef olives or chicken stuffed with haggis aren't replaced by Fillet Steak at cat a games!

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Crowds or money?

Ask yourself that question seriously.

Especially while considering an industry entirely based on more money getting better results.

If your happy in 3years that we have 3500 home fans paying 30quid then so be it.....that will balance the books

Bottom line is that a lot of fans were turned off today at those prices.....top of the league on a nice day yet we had less than 6000 fans

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But you risk far smaller crowds paying premium prices

Our current BoD would be happy with that as long as they feel they are optimising profit; they're not fan orientated and are running the club as a business.

It's good and it's bad - we're getting cash in but a lot of fans will be priced out, my fear is they will be gone forever.

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If your happy in 3years that we have 3500 home fans paying 30quid then so be it.....that will balance the books

Bottom line is that a lot of fans were turned off today at those prices.....top of the league on a nice day yet we had less than 6000 fans

Yeah but if we lower it to £10 will we have 10,000 in 3 years mate? 

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