£14.95 to watch Sheff Utd vs Fulham tomorrow on BT

Scubahood

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#4
But this is on top of what people already pay their hard-earned money for subscribing to BT and Sky in the first place! Sorry but I disagree, it's absolutely disgusting what they're doing, pleading poverty. WTF do they think everyone else is going through?!
 
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GazC_MFC

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#8
It’s fair enough if the clubs charge 15 quid for the games direct to the fans, and let’s face it no one but Fulham or sheff Utd fans will pay that to watch the game

The premier league have not shown themselves in a good light since covid happened
 

Corco65

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#12
Simple really, all you need to do is watch what comes with the subscription you are paying for, these matches are not part of the number of matches you were told you get with your subscription so you are not losing anything, if you want to watch it, you pay extra, if you don't, don't, I can't see the problem.
 

Scubahood

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#13
The problem is that they're trying to exploit people during an economic crisis, many people who are on the bones of their ar$es financially who simply want to watch some football as it brings them a bit of comfort and escapism given the hideously depressing pantomime that's unfolding around them?
 

S7DiscoDown

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#14
It's shocking....

That said It's £10 for EFL clubs fans to watch teams. It's been like that since June. We also have no other way to watch our clubs.

It's 'funny' how it's become a massive issue since its effected Prem clubs.

I bet they don't get dodgy camera angles and out of sync commentary 😂
 

Corco65

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#15
The problem is that they're trying to exploit people during an economic crisis, many people who are on the bones of their ar$es financially who simply want to watch some football as it brings them a bit of comfort and escapism given the hideously depressing pantomime that's unfolding around them?
That may well be true but it's not a free product, otherwise no one should have to pay any subscription or be charged for going to a game during the pandemic on those principles.

When you go shopping you don't expect to get extra food for free, because of it would make you feel better and help you out in a financial crisis and health pandemic, football has to be paid for, it's extra and in addition to what you have already paid so like anything else unfortunately, you have to pay for it.
 
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Pak_Doo_Ik

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#16
Are the clubs letting season ticket holders watch the games for free, if they are then it's weird how the EFL were praised for doing it as it meant fans got to see their teams whilst locked out of the ground, whereas the Premier Leagu are exploiting the situation.
 
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