View Poll Results: What would you sell your Man C ticket for?

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  • Face Value

    4 6.56%
  • £75 - £150

    2 3.28%
  • £150 - £300

    7 11.48%
  • £300 - £1000

    9 14.75%
  • £1000 - £2500

    5 8.20%
  • £2500 - £5000

    4 6.56%
  • other - comment

    5 8.20%
  • Not for all the money in the world!!

    25 40.98%
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    Ah. I voted (£300) before I read the part about the threat of a ban still applying.

    I voted on the theoretical basis, that I could sell it with no come back.

    If that threat is still to be considered it would have to be a STUPID amount of money.
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      I have quite a few folk on my friends and family part of the ticketing website. I'd gladly sell their tickets at face value, not withstanding the risk that they might get banned. Generous to a fault, me.
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      I voted for "not for all the money in the world", based on experiences being more valuable than notes in a wallet.
      I was at the Goldstone, in the North Stand for our first top flight game against Arsenal. An experience I still remember vividly, and would not retrospectively sell for any amount of money.

      However, I will recant my original vote, because truly life changing amounts of money can buy other experiences.
      It would have to be enough to compensate for potentially never being able to attend a live Albion match again.

      So what is a truly life changing amount of money?
      That's going to differ for each individual asked the question.

      I think if someone came to me with 50k, I would turn them away.
      100k would provoke some hard thinking.
      250k, and my resolve would melt away... (and then I would steal my daughters ticket )
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      If it was an astronomical amount, then in reality it's hard to turn down.

      But certainly not for £600
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      If £600 is the going rate, I'd accept that.

      It's one thing to be all billy big bollox when it's hypothetical money.
      I wonder what fans resolve would be like stood in front of someone counting out the notes.
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      What are the chances of getting a lifetime ban?

      Has anyone actually got a ban for selling a ticket?
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      Despite having moved abroad I've kept my season ticket, with no guarantee of seeing more than three or four games this season, and flown back from Spain for this game. I believe that answers that question. No chance I'm missing this one - opponents were irrelevant.This is the best expression of the potential future that we fought for.
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      If I am able to go then I wouldn't sell it at all. These sort of days only come round once every 34 years, to me life is about experiences and tomorrow is an experience I dont want to miss.

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      If £600 is the going rate, I'd accept that.

      It's one thing to be all billy big bollox when it's hypothetical money.
      I wonder what fans resolve would be like stood in front of someone counting out the notes.
      Not so sure. I'll stick with at least a grand. Really wouldn't want to miss it.
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      I wouldn't sell a ticket for an Albion match, however much I was offered, least of all for tomorrow's game. As with other posts, if I can't go I give my ticket to someone and always have done.

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