Millwall announce price freeze for 2015-16 season tickets

MILLWALL have released details of season tickets for next year – with prices being frozen at their current levels.

Adult season tickets are available from £333, over-60s and 16-21s from £179, under-16s from £50 and under-12s can be purchased for £23 when bought with an adult ticket.

The cheapest prices are only available before May 1. Full details can be found here.

The Lions have released a promotional video to coincide with the announcement, which you can watch below.

Staff

(@NewsAtDen)

57 thoughts on “Millwall announce price freeze for 2015-16 season tickets

  • March 2, 2015 at 12:07
    Permalink

    Are we suppose to be thankful..only the die hards are gonna buy them ..so thanks for nothing wall

    Like (29)
    Dislike (9)
    • March 2, 2015 at 12:33
      Permalink

      @Jim28: YEP,AGREED JIM28, BUT SURELY IF WE DROP A DIVISION,IT SHOULD BE CHEAPER, (PROMOTION USUALLY MEANS HIGHER PRICES)WILL WE GET MONEY BACK IF WE'RE IN DIV 1? UNDER THE CURRENT CIRCUMSTANCES, ITS A BIT OF A CHEEK? REWARD THE FANS BY SELLING SEASON TICKETS AT A DISCOUNT PRICE FOR LOYALTY, OTHERWISE EXPECT A LOT OF FANS NOT TO BOTHER.NO ONE LIKES US, WE DONT CARE. THE STORM.

      Like (18)
      Dislike (4)
      • March 2, 2015 at 12:42
        Permalink

        @bermlion: We will know well before the cut off date for the discounted prices ends on May 1st could know by Saturday at 4.55 pm

        Like (9)
        Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 12:09
    Permalink

    Sorted for next season then. That's Holloway cutting the grass at the beginning.

    Like (7)
    Dislike (3)
  • March 2, 2015 at 12:10
    Permalink

    All millwall supporters are die hards ain't they, we will be there as well you know JIM

    Like (12)
    Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 12:10
    Permalink

    Should be reduced in my opinion after watching that dross.

    Like (10)
    Dislike (4)
    • March 2, 2015 at 12:35
      Permalink

      @mewall62: To be honest they should be paying us. I presume that Berylson has bottled it on any Holloway sacking?

      Like (13)
      Dislike (2)
  • March 2, 2015 at 12:11
    Permalink

    Can hardly raise them for league 1 can they!!

    Like (8)
    Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 12:13
    Permalink

    Is that for League 1 as well? That's where we're heading thanks to Ollie!!!

    Like (2)
    Dislike (3)
    • March 2, 2015 at 12:39
      Permalink

      @HermanZeGerman: Its not only his fault the CEO could have done more when he signed him, some of the players to say the least have been disappointing as have his coaches and scouts and what about the physio, But the main blame stays with Ollie.

      Like (11)
      Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 12:15
    Permalink

    I don't tweet but 'tweet us your match day experience's hold give the club some interesting feedback. A moronic request both from a home fan respect given our current home form and from the respect of any fan from another club who wants to give there 'experience' of a trip to the Den?

    Like (3)
    Dislike (3)
    • March 2, 2015 at 12:17
      Permalink

      @lion.ie: and why is Hooiveld's shirt shown at the beginning? He won't be here to watch next year.

      Like (5)
      Dislike (0)
    • March 2, 2015 at 12:20
      Permalink

      @lion.ie: 'could' not 'hold' and 'their' not 'there'. Stupid 'phone! Where's that edit button Aldo?

      Like (0)
      Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 12:16
    Permalink

    Not sure if I'll renew, p***** off leaving the den every Saturday depressed!!!
    Help sway my decision??

    Like (9)
    Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 12:17
    Permalink

    Good move, keep it affordable but do yaself a favour JB n Have a look at overhauling catering. There's dollars to be made in that department if you revamped it and offered some variety. On my visits to the den, that was the thing that stood out the most. Not sure what other clubs do but I reckon you could. Really generate good revenue. Win on the field, keep the gates affordable and send people home fat n happy.

    Like (17)
    Dislike (0)
    • March 2, 2015 at 13:29
      Permalink

      @grassgrower: I mentioned this to Pete Garston last season. The catering is all franchised, but he said he would talk to them about the suggestions I made. Doesn't seem to have done any good, though. If they were better organised they could sell 3-4 times more than they currently do at half time and we wouldn't spend 15 minutes queuing up for it. A wider range of refreshments would be good too.

      Like (4)
      Dislike (0)
      • March 2, 2015 at 16:20
        Permalink

        @Mick M: if they lowered their prices and made them reasonable for the crap they serve then people would spend money in the ground rather than eat and drink outside before the game.

        Like (3)
        Dislike (0)
        • March 2, 2015 at 23:25
          Permalink

          £2.20 for a coke inside the ground or less than half that if I bring it myself, oh and I get to keep the lid!

          Like (2)
          Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 12:30
    Permalink

    Good move Millwall. Two days after a result that looks like we could be going down, you start advertising season tickets. Priceless!

    Like (17)
    Dislike (1)
    • March 2, 2015 at 23:28
      Permalink

      Followed by a reminder to get them quick before they sell out straight after the game that's confirms our relegation.

      Like (1)
      Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 12:37
    Permalink

    Free coach travel for the remaining away games, then I might think about it!!

    Like (2)
    Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 12:41
    Permalink

    I bet silly bo--ocks put NAD up to this so it would take are minds off him for a while, no chance clown, GO NOW.

    Like (3)
    Dislike (2)
  • March 2, 2015 at 12:50
    Permalink

    Question 1. Do I really WANT to spend £333 on my season ticket for next season? No I don't.

    Question 2. WILL I spend £333 on my season ticket for next season? Yes I bloody well will!

    It's in the blood and always will be. If I have to watch the likes of Fleetwood, Burton, Barnsley etc every week at The Den then I will, if by some miracle we're in The Championship it will be a bonus.

    I do think our marketing team need to seriously re-look the promotional material they use, we don't want all this Stronger Together or Be All Millwall. We just want a team to be proud of and team who work hard. I also am hearing/seeing a lot of fans who are refusing to renew season tickets/memberships but then complain that the attendances are down? I have the same frustrations as you all but if we don't get the people through the gates then things just won't change in terms of spending power.

    Also the timing of releasing this is very unfortunate, I would assume that the club always had it in mind to release in after Rotherham and expected to win the game to give us all a boost but now it just looks like a wind up.

    COYL!

    Like (18)
    Dislike (1)
    • March 2, 2015 at 14:14
      Permalink

      @spj91: West and East stands are more than £333.00p the figures they are showing are the minimum prices.

      Like (6)
      Dislike (0)
      • March 2, 2015 at 14:16
        Permalink

        @Barnlion: My post was about me not everyone else. I've sat in the CBL upper since I was 3 years old. I know prices vary for everyone else but its from my point of view

        Like (2)
        Dislike (0)
        • March 2, 2015 at 15:17
          Permalink

          @spj91: I was not knocking you mate, just saying that they are only showing the lowest price "like DFS"

          Like (5)
          Dislike (0)
          • March 2, 2015 at 15:22
            Permalink

            @Barnlion: I know, it just was a coincidence that, that would be the price I'm paying!

            Like (1)
            Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 12:51
    Permalink

    I'm sure we can all think of one very simple action that would make people want to renew their season tickets...

    Like (17)
    Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 13:05
    Permalink

    The business arm of the club have to be leaders independent of the team or results weather it's in the premier league or the lower divisions. They have to be innovative, always looking to be better and find more n more creative ways to appeal and be at the forefront at all times. It's not their job to win games but to win the hearts n minds of the members n supporters . When results arnt in our favour and times on the field are testing we can stil be competition leaders off the field. Times don't stay tough forever but great football clubs do.

    Like (6)
    Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 13:21
    Permalink

    I have a ST this season but I will not renew mine.
    P*****d off watching the same old rubbish every game.
    No football,no entertainment,no goals,no wins,s**t players and a Clown in charge.
    Sorry but that is how I see it.

    Like (16)
    Dislike (5)
  • March 2, 2015 at 13:39
    Permalink

    Personally I would be prepared to pay £333 to watch Millwall next season but only if I felt the team were playing positive, progressive football under a manager that showed he was taking the side somewhere. The truth is that I genuinely can't remember the last time I enjoyed watching a game at the Den, certainly not in the last season and a half.
    Until Holloway departs I cannot see that changing, so won't be buying a season ticket.

    Like (10)
    Dislike (2)
  • March 2, 2015 at 13:56
    Permalink

    Having been a season ticket holder for many years now, I for one will renew, but how about the players pay for the renewing of our season tickets, or even IH he is the highest paid manager in the league, so a good few thousand pound wouldnt hurt, , I have been to every home game and a few away and had to put up with the dross that has been served up all year.

    Or JB could use some of the players wages to put towards those fans renewing meaning ours would be cheaper I could pay £181 which is half of the early bird season ticket before May 1st and the players can pick up the other £181 meaning everyone is happy.

    Like (2)
    Dislike (0)
    • March 2, 2015 at 13:58
      Permalink

      @Block41: sort if happy that should read as I wont be happy when we are finally down

      Like (0)
      Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 14:07
    Permalink

    too steep for League one, after the dross we have been served up i think a refund would be more appropriate

    Like (5)
    Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 14:21
    Permalink

    Seems to be a sense that some of you on here may not renew and if you take that as a percentage of the total who post on NAD and then apply that to the total season ticket sales last year, then the board maybe should be concerned as there could be several hundred even a thousand who may not renew. I would not think that there would too many new season tickets sold if we go down.

    Like (4)
    Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 14:26
    Permalink

    You know , you don't know whether to laugh or cry, lose 2 games on the bounce , games we should have had points from, especially the latter, 1300 or so Millwall fans travel to the length of the country to see us put a performance in like that , so the club decide Monday morning , I know what we'll do to cheer the fans up we'll sell them next years season tickets at the same price ...awesome , maybe the people within the club are/ have been deluded by the Holloway into thinking were playing Championship football next season still .

    Like (5)
    Dislike (1)
  • March 2, 2015 at 14:33
    Permalink

    Shame is we can play well just not in the finale third, that's the fault of the management as a whole everyone in and around the ground can see, went in for Woods came back with GTF witch to me stands for gut to fat.

    Like (1)
    Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 14:50
    Permalink

    We can get the ball into the final third as good as any team in this division but the most important part was the finishing! It could have been so different if we just spent some proper dough on strikers. Hence the conspiracy to go down and start again.

    Like (1)
    Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 15:10
    Permalink

    I'll say again,,,,
    just got in from work and dying to know, is he still here?

    Like (6)
    Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 15:18
    Permalink

    Why f****** lie about the price..not all fans sit in the CBL.

    Like (2)
    Dislike (2)
    • March 2, 2015 at 15:22
      Permalink

      @Jim28: 'Available From £333 ' no where does it say the prices are all £333 ...

      Like (0)
      Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 15:35
    Permalink

    f*** the season ticket.. I'd rather pick and choose what games to go and where to sit. theyll be plenty of spare seats in l1.

    Like (0)
    Dislike (0)
    • March 2, 2015 at 23:49
      Permalink

      So many top games to pick from, I don't envy how you'll decide between fleetwood, oldham and port vale.

      Like (1)
      Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 15:44
    Permalink

    Many may think me mad but I will be renewing my season ticket. Why? Because I love my team, yes I want Ollie out and I will join any demonstration to make that happen. But it does not matter what league we are playing in, I will be there. I do not watch any other football, because I am not interested. It's wall or nothing, that's how it will always be. I bet most of those who say they will not go for whatever reason will end up going, because you are either wall or you are not. No half measures.

    Like (10)
    Dislike (0)
    • March 2, 2015 at 16:32
      Permalink

      @rikkiatwall: well said rikkiatwall. I think I must be missing the point. Yes the football has been dire this year and yes we are going down and yes I will be renewing my season ticket because I will be there long after the current crop of players and manager has gone because it is my club. I would never knock anyone who doesn't because that's their choice. But when you support a club like Millwall you take the rough with smooth and you ride the bad times and cherish the good times and when it's going bad you let the club know because it's your club.
      If you want to support a club that always wins and is always successful then there are plenty of alternatives.

      Like (7)
      Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 19:23
    Permalink

    I'm not a season ticket holder due to work/family commitments but have been to 8 games this year so far and will be going to most of those remaining but I reckon they should look into all those who have season tickets this year - surely they can reduce the price for next year. (a nice good-will gesture) for all the pain that has been caused.

    Like (0)
    Dislike (0)
  • March 2, 2015 at 20:47
    Permalink

    The club is a complete joke,from top to bottom. Things don't look good for the future. League 1 next then the only way is down.

    Like (1)
    Dislike (2)
  • March 2, 2015 at 21:12
    Permalink

    So 8000 will become 5000 ST plus I reckon there will be lots of £5:00 games or bring a friend for £5:00 so why buy a ST to watch S H I T and league 1 where we will be for at least 5 years so 5000 will dwindle to 3500 St holders smart move JB but you won't be here then long gone like all that Will jump ship come end of season and IH if your last out turn off the lights lock the gates and place a plaque i F U C K E D Millwall big time
    And totter off to the next club thanks JB IH AA and all the the wage thiefs

    Like (0)
    Dislike (2)
  • March 3, 2015 at 06:06
    Permalink

    As usual the clowns at millwall haven't got a clue about getting people through the turnstiles..All my kids (5) of them have had season tickets a one time or other 4 of them are over 16 & don't go anymore as once they hit 16 the prices out up big time .. I used to take them & their mates some times up to 20 to nearly every game which makes millwall loads of money in food/ drink etc ..I have in the past emailed & written to millwall about pricing but to no avail.. All under 14 £25, under 18's £50 & under 21's £100 .. Get the next generation going & keep them coming ! .. Na that would be to easy a millwall ... Bums on seats ..

    Like (0)
    Dislike (0)
    • March 3, 2015 at 09:34
      Permalink

      @paxo: Given the recent flurry of 'ins' at Millwall it might be a very good idea to get the old commercial manager in from Charlton. This bloke had the foresight to offer
      free coaches from Kent with various pick-up points and kids for a quid. They do these coaches too at Stoke and there are others. I think Millwall need to get hold of a demographic map and finally discover that the Lions fans do not now all live within walking distance of the ground. Might be a bit of an eye opener ffs.

      Like (0)
      Dislike (0)
  • March 3, 2015 at 10:11
    Permalink

    Like many on here, I'll be renewing. Hopefully we'll be in the championship still, but if we go down to League 1 we might actually win some games!

    I'd say 95% of our players are league 1 standard, we obviously have a league 1 budget, so if we go down we should do ok, and with that fans might come back and boost attendances.

    Whenever we've been down, we get better attendances when chasing promotion in league one than we do fighting relegation in championship. Hope we can rebuild and come back stronger.

    Like (0)
    Dislike (0)

Leave a Reply