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Newcastle United Modifies Ticket Ballot Process In Response To Fan Concerns

The THST statement emphasized that ticket price increases are not economically necessary for the world's ninth-richest football club.

Fans now have the option to choose specific ticket prices, addressing concerns raised by the Newcastle United Supporters Trust (NUST). The lack of choice in ticket costs was a major financial concern for many during the ongoing cost-of-living crisis.

CEO Darren Eales expressed gratitude for the feedback received on the ticket allocation process.

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In the meantime, the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters Trust (THST) has called for a reversal of ticket price increases and a freeze on prices for the 2024-25 season. It urged fans to resist price hikes, which it believes exploit their loyalty.

The THST statement emphasized that ticket price increases are not economically necessary for the world’s ninth-richest football club.

Instead, it argued that these increases are a conscious decision made by the club’s board, despite the backdrop of a cost-of-living crisis and already high prices.

The statement called on all Spurs fans to join them in sending a clear message to the club: enough is enough. Supporters’ trusts at Fulham, Wolves, and West Ham have backed the requests made by THST.

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The Aston Villa Supporters Trust (AVST) has voiced concerns about ticket office and commercial practices at Villa Park, which it believes are regressing at an alarming rate.

The trust highlighted an overwhelming number of complaints received from supporters and claimed that some policies are alienating loyal fans.

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