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We're all used to tickets hitting the £50+ mark nowdays, but i cant believe the cheeky f@ckers are charging us £53/£48 for RESTRICTED VIEW tickets, i'm certainly not paying that.

Also £50 for 16/21 year olds :sad:

QPR (Away)

Barclays Premier League

Sunday 23rd October

Kick Off 4pm

Loyalty Points 3

Ticket sales for this match will be as follows:

Monday 26th September to Sunday 2nd October until 2pm: Season ticket holders can purchase one ticket.

Monday 3rd October to Sunday 9th October until 2pm: Members can purchase one ticket.

Monday 10th October to Sunday 16th October until 2pm: Members and Season Tickets can purchase extra tickets (maximum of 3 tickets in total)

Ticket prices

Tickets for this match are priced as follows:

Upper Tier Gold

Adults £55.00

Young Adults 16 -21 £50.00 (proof of age required)

Juniors (under 16's) £25.00

Seniors (over 60) £50.00

Restricted View Upper Tier Gold

Adults £53.00

Young Adults 16 -21 £49.00 (proof of age required)

Juniors (under 16's) £24.00

Seniors (over 60) £49.00

Upper Tier Silver

Adults £50.00

Young Adults 16 -21 £45.00 (proof of age required)

Juniors (under 16's) £22.00

Seniors (over 60) £45.00

Kids under 8 accompanied by an adult FREE

Restricted View Upper Tier Silver

Adults £48.00

Young Adults 16 -21 £44.00 (proof of age required)

Juniors (under 16's) £21.00

Seniors (over 60) £44.00

Kids under 8 accompanied by an adult FREE

Lower Tier Silver

Adults £50.00

Young Adults 16 -21 £45.00 (proof of age required)

Juniors (under 16's) £22.00

Seniors (over 60) £45.00

Kids under 8 accompanied by an adult FREE

We have received an allocation of 3030 tickets.

Tickets will be sold online from 7am and from 9am at the Box Office and Call Centre for personal callers and telephone sales.

All ticket sales are subject to availability.

Match dates and ticket on sale dates are subject to change. Please check the website for the latest information.

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Christ! They are taking the piss! I went to that dump with a Burnley supporting mate last season and it was £25 in the upper tier. Now I'd expect it to have risen a bit, but not by 100%. I had to pinch myself a few days ago when I bought my ticket for the Arsenal game (£56), I found ordering it at 7am kind of works as I didn't quite know what I was doing :biggrin:.

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It is their cup final so they can pretty much charge fans whatever they want and it'll be a sell out.

Sadly idiots like myself will pay that.

As a member I fear all the lower tier tickets will be sold out by the time ST's have snapped them up. I'll be fuming if I have to pay £50, would much rather pay £45.

They'll have to charge Arsenal and Spurs the same now and with those 2 they may not even sell out.

I'm happy to pay 50 odd quid for West Ham, Spurs or Arsenal because it is THEM but QPR and also Fulham trying to charge these prices takes the living piss. After United and Liverpool, our away following is easily the largest so if demand met supply we could fill their stadium 2 or 3 times over at the very least.

To think that Blackburn will be paying £20 less than us to sit in the same seat.

I know we charge a lot but given the standard of football and the stadium it is more justifiable, how they can charge £50 for Loftus Road is just bemusing.

Will be a massive rush for tickets this Monday and Next as they aren't going on loyalty points which has annoyed me because I am already on 23 which would have easily been enough to secure me a ticket on the first or 2nd day of release.

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