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One Word 8:56 Fri Apr 8
Visiting Upton Park the cost to you
Forget emotional etc

For 40 years must of visited on average 10 home games a season

Based on prices now ticket £60 + travel £20 + drink/food/extras £100 = £180 per visit x 400 games = oh fuck no wonder I'm broke

Don't even add in the away games + Europe

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park chan wook 4:49 Sat Apr 9
Re: Visiting Upton Park the cost to you
A brisk two street walk, 2 half pounders with cheese and a complimentary ticket of fellow Whoer Hermit Road.for this season.

norwaytips 4:34 Sat Apr 9
Re: Visiting Upton Park the cost to you
Cost, not coat. :-(

norwaytips 4:33 Sat Apr 9
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Depends on flight costs. BA and SAS, around 300 pounds, Ryanair, an average of 50.
Ticket? Whatever it costs, but I normally go in the legends bar.
Beer costs a fortune, just to keep Ted going, though that coat is heavily subsidised by Danish. :-)

Mike Oxsaw 2:59 Sat Apr 9
Re: Visiting Upton Park the cost to you
I went to Stratford this morning to save my 11 minutes, but I lost them on the bus back.

paulon 10:56 Sat Apr 9
Re: Visiting Upton Park the cost to you
From Carlisle today with the boy costs around £250. Daft amount of money over a season.

Wonderkid 10:50 Sat Apr 9
Re: Visiting Upton Park the cost to you
I don't go every week either couldn't afford too

Wonderkid 10:50 Sat Apr 9
Re: Visiting Upton Park the cost to you
That is correct side of Ham

The Allardyce era is a blur to me.

Side of Ham 10:42 Sat Apr 9
Re: Visiting Upton Park the cost to you
Hopefully wonderkid won't have to down so many as the football is worth staying half sober for.

Tomshardware 10:34 Sat Apr 9
Re: Visiting Upton Park the cost to you
20 pints in a day? Punishing for your body.

Tomshardware 10:34 Sat Apr 9
Re: Visiting Upton Park the cost to you
(nt)

Side of Ham 10:33 Sat Apr 9
Re: Visiting Upton Park the cost to you
Sounds like you like a regular piss up regardless of going to UP so it's not really a cost of going there as you spend that on a booze up anyway.

Wonderkid 10:19 Sat Apr 9
Re: Visiting Upton Park the cost to you
That's without the fuel for my missus driving me on a 3 hour round trip to the nearest train station.

bigst 10:17 Sat Apr 9
Re: Visiting Upton Park the cost to you
20 pints is conservative i would say...on a day like this where i`ll be in the pub at 9 and going all the way through to the boxing tonight I will EASILY do over 20 pints today

Wonderkid 10:12 Sat Apr 9
Re: Visiting Upton Park the cost to you
I can say hand on heart I do private dancer..

20 pints yeah that seems about right all day and after game.

claret on my shirt 3:32 Fri Apr 8
Re: Visiting Upton Park the cost to you
With train fare , ticket etc easy over 100, now i bring my boy its getting closer to 200

Grumpster 2:39 Fri Apr 8
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Easily spend £100+ every time I go drinking, so an all dayer at football can add up.

Took a half day last Friday in London and spend £145 on a pub crawl from Bethnal Green to St Pauls.

Everyones different, but under Allardyce I refused to enter the ground before I'd had 10 pints.

m11 2:33 Fri Apr 8
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How many times. Must HAVE not must OF!!!

DP 1:22 Fri Apr 8
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+ £20 on the phone call to the ticket office to buy the tickets in the first place!!

straightuplazy 1:15 Fri Apr 8
Re: Visiting Upton Park the cost to you
Who does £30-40 on food at a football match anyway?

We eating 5/6 burgers every time?

Money should not be your LARGEST concern if that is the case.

Eggbert Nobacon 1:12 Fri Apr 8
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Beer and food: �120


even if do 30-40 on food that still means you got to be drinking about 20 pints

after you've said about the hour and half drive

Side of Ham 1:00 Fri Apr 8
Re: Visiting Upton Park the cost to you
Should knock off the beer & food element really as this is socialising which you would do regardless of going football if you like a beer and a bite eat whilst out for the day.

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