Some Hull City supporters have admitted that they might possibly decide to boycott attending their side’s home matches this season in protest to the Allams Family.
Until the club are sold, fans continue to put up with the rather bleak and clueless decisions going on by their owners, and the latest to rile the fanbase up is the ticket prices.
Hull did so at midday this afternoon and the replies are full of anger with some suggesting they plan to attend matches at new phoenix club North Ferriby.
The Championship side wrote: “The new campaign will see the Club introduce two categories of matches – Category A and Category B – having previously operated a three-tier system (Category A, Category B and Category C).
“Junior, Concession and Adults prices start from £9, £18 and £27 respectively, with cheaper prices available through purchasing a Match Card (see below for further details).”
Below is the full list of prices, check them out…
On Match Card, Hull City add: “Adult Match Cards are available to purchase for just £12. With this, you will receive 600 TeamCard points (worth £6), which you can spend in Tiger Leisure, along with a discount of £3 for each home league game with a further discount of £3 available once you have purchased tickets for six home Sky Bet Championship fixtures.
“Junior Match Cards (aged 15 and under) cost just £6, with the benefits for supporters being 300 TeamCard points – worth £3 at Tiger Leisure – along with a £1.50 discount in family areas on Junior tickets.”
Though even that has left fans annoyed and feeling rather puzzled about it all.
One fan, @gibson0910, said: “Why do you have to make everything so complicated? You need to buy a match card for this price, you need to go to 6 games to get that price, kids pay one price if they sit here and another if they sit there. It’s all bollocks.”
Social media users continued to give their reaction to those ticket prices Hull City announced, with others simply telling the owners to sell up – take a look at what they wrote on the next page.