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I agree, I will have both kids at Killie and the oldest will be at Aberdeen and Perth with me. Its a costly thing watching Hibs with families, who are, lets not forget, the future of our club.A few pounds either way can make all the difference, perhaps not if you only buy an individual ticket but for example if you are buying for family members as well as yourself then these things begin to add up. We have Killie, Aberdeen and the Saintees away in the coming weeks and so it will be an expensive month to follow Hibs; an extra five pounds will be the deciding factor for many however little the difference may seem taken out of context.
10 and 5 would've been the most sensible option here, and I think the attendence would've reflected this, perhaps even near capacity. There will still be a decent crowd, but not as good as it could've been.
No, the oldest loves Hibs as much as me, and football more than me:yas: the youngest is ambivalent about Hibs, he just enjoys the day out.Is he your favourite like lol
Father and son or some sort of family ticket would have been ideal,I can see walk up fans (And Cat B's) giving this a miss after paying for Hun and Gunt tickets......I agree, I will have both kids at Killie and the oldest will be at Aberdeen and Perth with me. Its a costly thing watching Hibs with families, who are, lets not forget, the future of our club.
I think Hibs and Irvine Meadow have missed a trick here.
I agree. 15 quid for an adult is fair. The Meadow fans paid 12 to see their mob against Arbroath so on that basis alone 15 is a happy medium for all.I don't think the adult price is to bad. I don't have a top up but will be happy to pay 15.00. On the other hand a fiver for the kids would have been the way to go.
I reckon there will be between 11 -to 12000 at the game, not sure if wee would have got more against for example Dundee Utd if the tickets were priced at SPL prices.
Agreed, Jack. Those who really want to go will go. Those who don't won't. I don't think a few quid off the admission price will change many minds although it's a handy excuse for those in two minds.Folk are going to go pretty much however much it costs. I dont think a few quid either way is going to put enough folk off or attract the thousands more if it were cheaper.
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Think Rugby Park was the venue being suggestedThank goodness for the cup top up!
A sparse home crowd will only hearten and favour our opponents.
We've been fond of home cup exits in front of disappointing crowds against s####e teams the last few years.:banger:
Do we replay at their own ground if they draw with us? Or will it be played elsewhere?