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Giants warn of price increase

Huddersfield to revert to 'more normal pricing levels'

Last Updated: 25/06/12 12:24pm

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Huddersfield Giants: Warn fans over ticket prices next season

Huddersfield Giants: Warn fans over ticket prices next season

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Huddersfield Giants have warned fans that ticket prices will be reverting to 'more normal pricing levels' from next season.

The Giants, who have finished in Super League's top five for the last three seasons, had season tickets from £50 in 2012.

Chairman Ken Davy wants to generate additional income to move closer towards self-sustainability in a bid to avoid the financial problems seen at the Bradford Bulls.

"It is clear that after this season's outstanding and successful special offer, we will be reverting to more normal pricing levels."
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"It's a problem that we at Huddersfield are only too aware of and wrestle with on a daily basis," Davy wrote in Sunday's programme notes ahead of their game against the London Broncos.

"We will soon be announcing our pricing for the 2013 season and it is clear that after this season's outstanding and successful special offer, we will be reverting to more normal pricing levels.

"In a nutshell, the club has to generate more income so as to get closer to a position of self-sustainability and avoid the problems that we have emerge elsewhere."

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