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Mike Ashley slashes Swansea ticket prices 48 hours before game as boycott bites

6 years ago

Mike Ashley has responded to the campaign against him and his running of Newcastle, by dropping ticket prices to as low as £10 for the visit of Swansea.

The Spurs boycott helped lead to the lowest crowd of the season for one of the more attractive fixtures of the season.

However, that published crowd of 47,427 didn’t include approximately ten thousand season ticket holders who also boycotted.

Mike Ashley is clearly doing everything he can not to repeat the large pockets of empty seats and has made available an extra cheap ticket area in level 7.

The desperate move only 48 hours before United play shows the Ashley Out campaign is biting, this new cheap area sees kids paying just £10, senior citizens £19 and adults £20.

The cheapest adult tickets elsewhere are £27 unless you pay a £35 membership first.

This news comes on the back of the Ashley Out campaign organisers having announced their protest plans for Saturday which you can read about HERE.


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