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  • lactose intolerant
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    Originally posted by brightspark View Post
    Did I read it right that the RDS attendance was 9,000 last night ? Are general attendances in irish rugby settling down after the HEC hysteria days ?
    Last night being Friday night....hmmm

    Also, Halloween night!! Any parents with young kids (and maybe older kids) had other things to think about!! TV need to realise that not all days are equal!! Or be made to realise it!! And fast!!

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  • brightspark
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    Did I read it right that the RDS attendance was 9,000 last night ? Are general attendances in irish rugby settling down after the HEC hysteria days ?

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  • brightspark
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    Originally posted by sparks View Post
    What to make of this blatant trolling https://patgeraghty.blogspot.com/b/p...6993&type=POST
    Just read it. Perfectly sums him up as a person.

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  • fitzy73
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    The marketing, PR and overall professionalism of the business side has, IMHO, improved immeasurably since some people moved on.

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  • sparks
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    What to make of this blatant trolling https://patgeraghty.blogspot.com/b/p...6993&type=POST

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  • PARISHMAN1970
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    Originally posted by Keyop View Post
    They have done that once or twice as far as I recall, I may be incorrect though.
    Hopefully they will as on a few occasions i happened to be in west terrace it was left empty, you need the crowd as close to the action as possible just like in the old thomond park

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  • leftoutside
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    I Glad this has raised issues with season ticket holders .I delighted that Thomond Park will be at full capacity on Friday Night .lets hope the crowd get behind the team COME ON MUNSTER LETS ROCK THE HOUSE

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  • Miguel Sanchez
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    North and south terraces have been closed for Pro12 fixtures, so season tickets aren't a runner at all for those areas.

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  • Keyop
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    Originally posted by scotscor View Post
    I know, and I prefer the east terrace but I am in the north for this. and I do appreciate that. But manyay want the cheapest way of supporting their team. They should be able to get that through a season ticket.
    and they can, just not North Terrace- As Glorob has pointed out earlier, North terrace went up to €30 already, that's the new pricing model coming into play.

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  • scotscor
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    I know, and I prefer the east terrace but I am in the north for this. and I do appreciate that. But manyay want the cheapest way of supporting their team. They should be able to get that through a season ticket.

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  • Cowboy
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    If I win the euromillions I'll contract us either Giteau or Fofana post RWC

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  • ick
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    if anyone wins the euromillions tonight, there is an €80 seat available in section 215 in the west stand.

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  • Cowboy
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    Originally posted by Grandpasimpson View Post
    I had the misfortune to have had a 6 match ticket for the North Terrace a few years back, i went to 2 games and ended up buying individual tickets to anywhere else in the ground other than there and the South Terrace, they are just plain awful places to watch games, €20 is even too much for there in my opinion.
    A place for the school kids, stag parties and visitors.

    They should make one of them the party terrace and have a bar in the corner.

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  • leftoutside
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    Originally posted by scotscor View Post
    Think the fundamental point of 20 euro tickets for hec games being cheaper than the full member package should be addressed. Irrespective of the location of the tickets. You should not feel you can get a better deal by not being a member
    That s my point from the start of the topic THANKS scotscor

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  • Grandpasimpson
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    Originally posted by scotscor View Post
    Think the fundamental point of 20 euro tickets for hec games being cheaper than the full member package should be addressed. Irrespective of the location of the tickets. You should not feel you can get a better deal by not being a member
    I had the misfortune to have had a 6 match ticket for the North Terrace a few years back, i went to 2 games and ended up buying individual tickets to anywhere else in the ground other than there and the South Terrace, they are just plain awful places to watch games, €20 is even too much for there in my opinion.

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