Discussion in 'Molineux Mix Archive' started by reanswolf, Feb 21, 2015.
Let's get Molineux rocking . Fair play Wolves .
Yep let's do it
Reckon Derby will be given the quadrant for this too, similar to Cov last season.
It's a good move by the club, I hope the fans respond...we need a cauldron.
We owe Derby big time and the players owe us a performance to obliterate the memory of the Pride Park capitulation.
Repeat of today maybe?
I expect Derby to be a far tougher and better side than Rotherham though.
They're the best side in the league IMO, despite showing a few defensive frailties lately.
I expect a different performance to what we witnessed on TV last time!
I reckon Norwich are now, Derby and Bournemouth had great starts but the canaries are building now. I think a draw would be a good result v Derby, but I think if we play for a draw we'll lose it haha!
If wee are still in contention by then I will be very impressed
Every game that is moved for TV should be discounted.
By the amount the club get from tv, if not more to convince fans to go
Start a campaign.
30K on a FriDAY
This isn't a moan before people think it is as good idea given on sky etc
But does anyone know if over season by cashing in on all promotions if you could ie half price ticket, bring free mate, 4x Â£40 (so Â£10 ticket) if works out any cheaper/more than season ticket?
Here is my rough estimate
Â£325 behind the goals
2 ticket cash games (effectively free)
4 family games (obviously it depends on how you count this and whether you can take advantage, but lets say thats like a Â£15 game)
2 half price games (this season) Â£11.50
15 full price games (but pretty much 2 of these free if bought with the ticket cash from the rest)
I've probably forgotten at least one offer!
As people have said many times though the incentive to get a season ticket is largely not financial these days. I miss mine for getting away tickets mostly, but attending with variable numbers of other people makes having a season ticket a bit difficult.
I believe a season ticket will always be the cheapest way to watch every match, with the club being mindful of how many promotions they can run in order to keep it that way.
Cheers just wondered having paid 351 to renew if I make saving or same
Obviously you have security of regular ticket etc
Funny this season that they tried to be flexible on the family football by offering 1+1 for Â£30. Which I think is Â£1 less than if you just bought the tickets normally with an u12, bit of a saving with an u17 though I guess!
You do also need to buy a MyWolves membership smartcard (Â£15 IIRC) to build up the ticket cash with.
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