Man City tickets still available

15/08/2015  10 Comments  [Jump to last]
Tickets are still available for Evertons game against Manchester City on Sunday, August 23 at Goodison Park, which kicks-off at 4pm.

Tickets are priced from 42 for adults and half price for juniors. Supporters can purchase tickets by visiting, calling 0151 556 1878 (option 1) or in person by visiting the Goodison Park Box Office or the city centre ticket facilities in Everton Two, Liverpool One or TicketQuarter, located in Queen Square.

Fans unable to visit any of the ticket outlets in person before the fixture will receive tickets via the post if ordered before 3pm on Thursday, August 20, alternatively, the Clubs print at home service will be switched at the same time.  

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Jim Bennings
1 Posted 15/08/2015 at 10:30:37
42 pounds to watch roughly the same crap as last season with the same squad!!

Your basically saying they are charging 42 pound just for fan's of Everton to watch the big names of Manchester City??

Football ticket prices in this country are seriously in need of looking at!!

Dave Pritchard
2 Posted 15/08/2015 at 10:35:05
Jim, probably why there are still tickets available.
Jim Bennings
3 Posted 15/08/2015 at 10:46:53
I agree Dave, you beat me to my next point..

Its way way too much for a club that has no new stadium or refurbishments done to the existing surroundings.

Its nit just Everton I know, that's why we seriously need to look at ticket prices.

Peter Norris
5 Posted 16/08/2015 at 09:27:37
Bit premature the comments above, don't you think? Humble pie, anyone above?
Steve Carse
6 Posted 16/08/2015 at 19:03:31
Peter (4), why?
Dave Pritchard
7 Posted 18/08/2015 at 11:43:29
Peter, one good game or even 10 good games still wouldn't make ticket pieces good value.
Steve Carse
11 Posted 20/08/2015 at 16:54:57
There are still several thousand tickets left. The gate will be below that for the Watford game. I for one would be pleased at the empty seats that there will be for the game if I thought the club would as a result think harder about how they price for games. Alas, not much chance of that happening. They don't even seem to recognise that if charging 10% more for games leads to 10% fewer buying tickets then essentially no net gain has been made.
Jay Harris
12 Posted 20/08/2015 at 17:09:56
Still amongst the cheapest tickets around but the old girl does leave a bit to be desired.
Jim Lloyd
13 Posted 20/08/2015 at 17:27:18
Dearie me! Great supporters, beaten before you start. Last week we saw a decent side walloped by our lads. We've got a bloody hard game on Sunday and no mistake.

Don't get on the back of the players because the Board like to play up to the wire.

City walloped Chelsea... so no disgrace if we get beat. Much more important to see how we play.

Mike Benjamin
14 Posted 21/08/2015 at 19:12:00
The problem is that it is £42 for an obstructed view seat which is why we need a new stadium or a redeveloped Goodison.

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