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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.
With Newcastle fans being charged £52 for the match at Liverpool, what is a fair price for Premier League football?
Writer Chris Holt analyses: ‘The increased cost of tickets since Mike Ashley bought Newcastle’.
An official club statement has been released on Newcastle United ticket prices.
Mike Ashley has seized the chance and raised the price of Newcastle tickets by up to 16%.
Quality ‘new look’ squad, ‘great’ manager and owner’ & cheapest tickets in the Premier League…just why are these Newcastle United fans moaning yet again?
In yet another embarrassing episode, Mike Ashley and Newcastle United have been found guilty of overcharging away fans and ordered to pay refunds.
However, Newcastle United are selling tickets on the cheap to a group of people who aren’t season ticket holders or members of NUFC.
Obviously the £200,000 will only scratch the surface but it will be interesting to see in which direction Newcastle point the cash.
What does make you stop and really think though is when you see what fans pay to watch the biggest club in Germany.
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