Petition to reduce ticket prices at Tannadice

Arran Walker started a petition to Dundee United

Petition to reduce ticket prices at Tannadice
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The scandalous prices for a ticket at Tannadice can not go unnoticed. Fans who have supported the club for years, through thick and thin have been forgotten. 

If you're reading this now, then you probably love Dundee United if not football. Personally there's nothing I hate more than when fans are forgotten and that's what's going on at Tannadice right now! 

It is sickening. I love this club, with all my heart. But if you're charging your own fans £30 to see the club they love play 90 minutes of football, then you have to take a look at yourself. 

We all gave Tony Ashgar and Mark Ogren praise for the summer transfer window. And don't get me wrong, they did an excellent job, but what's the point in bringing in raw talent if the fans can't afford to see them play. 

Football is a release for so many people. For some, it's all they've got. It's more than just a sport. And it's heart breaking to see a club like United turn their backs on us fans. 

It's unacceptable! Sign this petition and we can make a difference. We can help lower these ridiculous prices at Tannadice. 

Your action today can help us win this. Here's why.

How can you expect a working class person to pay £30 every game for one ticket? And fans (of both United and teams around Scotland) will become fed up and will prefer to watch the game on TV for under half the price of a ticket. The club will only lose money as a result of its own greediness. The fans deserve better. We all deserve better. By signing this petition we can spread a message to the club that we will not accept this.
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Mark M signed this petition
“Scandoulous price to pay.Rather go.amd support my local time at a fraction of the oroxe £8”
Linda R signed this petition
“Shocking price! A lot of people struggling financially especially after COVID. How can you expect people to pay this price? I was looking forward to taking my grandsons to the games but won’t be able to afford to at that price. Think of the fans, we’ve kept the club going!”
Sharon D signed this petition
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George S signed and offered support
“Sickening, Over £100 for 3 of us, For the 1st time as far as I can remember I wouldn't be able to make it to Tannadice for a derby, Heartbreaking”
Jimmy R signed this petition
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Dave S signed this petition
“Less cost more bums on seats.”
Joe B signed this petition
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Barrie G signed this petition
“Was going to take my 11 year old 44 pound for season. Great for adult to go with him cheapest lower tier ticket £489.didnt get them .keeping lapsed season ticket holders away.”
Norrie B signed this petition
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Michael B signed and offered support
“Twenty’s Plenty”
Colin S signed and offered support
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George M signed and offered support
“Reduce ticket prices”
Neil A signed this petition
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Josh B signed this petition
“Twenty's plenty”
Lewis I signed this petition
“Twenty’s plenty”
Foolish H signed this petition
“United are shite anyway so who cares.”
Jamie H signed this petition
“Prices are way to high #TwentysPlenty”
Cameron J signed this petition
“pure greed”
Stewart B signed and offered support
“100% behind this. Twenty’s plenty.
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Steven C signed this petition
“Nonsense from United, pure greed”
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Stuart C has helped recruit 6 more signatures and 3 more supporters so far!
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Graham R has helped recruit 5 more signatures and 1 more supporters so far!
“Got to make sure everyone is able to go along and support United. Can't be pricing anyone out.”