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Prices High As Rangers Visit Old Trafford

The ticket details have been announced for Rangers Carling Cup Fourth Round trip to Manchester United.

Rangers fans travelling to Old Trafford will have to pay the heft 40 price tag for an adult ticket, ironically enough the original planned prices for Derby fans.

An allocation of 6,000 tickets has been arranged for the Carling Cup tie to take place on Tuesday November 11.

The pricing structure is as follows:

Adults: 40.00
Senior Citizens (Over 65): 22.50
Junior Under 16's: 10.00

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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 7 2008

Time: 5:55PM

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Totally absurd for a carling match,the fat cats getting fatter springs to mind,enjoyed a great night at Villa and paid 15 which was realistic,but 40......no way, there was 8 of us going to old trafford but now its down to 2.Sorry this mug wont be making them richer. Many if not all of us will go and have gone the extra mile for this club but a line has to be drawn.
simmo69
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07/10/2008 19:29:00

It is expensive, there are rumours we argued the price upwards because we get half the takings - we tried to do that against Villa!
Boxer
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08/10/2008 20:13:00

 

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