Rovers offer Bournemouth deal

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BLACKBURN Rovers have announced a double deal offer that will allow supporters to buy tickets for the home match with Bournemouth on Wednesday, March 12 for as little as £3.

Rovers fans who purchase a ticket for the East Lancashire derby with Burnley at Ewood Park on Sunday, March 9 at 12.30pm can also pick up a ticket for the game against Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth at a discounted price.

Whichever area in the ground supporters choose to buy tickets for the big clash with the Clarets, they will be able to purchase a ticket for the Cherries encounter for just an extra £6 for adults, £4 for seniors and £3 for juniors.

Prices for the double deal offer, which will not be available after the Burnley match, are: RFS Riverside Stand – adults £31, seniors £21, juniors £15; Ronnie Clayton Blackburn End – adults £38, seniors £26, juniors £15; Family Stand – adults £38, seniors £26, juniors £15; Jack Walker Wings – adults £41, seniors £29, juniors £15, students £24; Jack Walker Centre – adults £43, seniors £34, juniors £18.

Tickets for both games are now on sale.

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10:31am Tue 11 Feb 14

krazzi horse says...

Fifteen pounds n fifty pence 4the Riverside 4 ,2 games is no bad come on you blues.
Fifteen pounds n fifty pence 4the Riverside 4 ,2 games is no bad come on you blues. krazzi horse
  • Score: 3

10:47am Tue 11 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

Desperate times eh. Having to lure your fans back for the biggest game in your season. Shameful support.

£3 tickets while you have non-players trousering £35,000 a week.... and you wonder why you are on the brink of financial meltdown.

Proof if it was needed that you can't give tickets away to watch the garbage served up at Ewood these days. How embarrassing.
Desperate times eh. Having to lure your fans back for the biggest game in your season. Shameful support. £3 tickets while you have non-players trousering £35,000 a week.... and you wonder why you are on the brink of financial meltdown. Proof if it was needed that you can't give tickets away to watch the garbage served up at Ewood these days. How embarrassing. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -4

10:54am Tue 11 Feb 14

azza234 says...

Or our owners can afford to sell them at that price unlike your's only thing having a meltdown here is you.
Or our owners can afford to sell them at that price unlike your's only thing having a meltdown here is you. azza234
  • Score: 2

10:55am Tue 11 Feb 14

A Darener says...

"Proof if it was needed that you can't give tickets away to watch the garbage served up at Ewood these days. How embarrassing."
Not as embarrassing as Burnley gates...second in division, playing masterclass world football (according to the few that go to matches). What's your excuse for your pathetic attendances? At least we have an excuse.
"Proof if it was needed that you can't give tickets away to watch the garbage served up at Ewood these days. How embarrassing." Not as embarrassing as Burnley gates...second in division, playing masterclass world football (according to the few that go to matches). What's your excuse for your pathetic attendances? At least we have an excuse. A Darener
  • Score: 1

10:56am Tue 11 Feb 14

azza234 says...

But then again you know every single ticket sale price for every single blackburn home game since your in love with everything rovers.
But then again you know every single ticket sale price for every single blackburn home game since your in love with everything rovers. azza234
  • Score: 3

10:58am Tue 11 Feb 14

hasslem hasslem says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
Desperate times eh. Having to lure your fans back for the biggest game in your season. Shameful support.

£3 tickets while you have non-players trousering £35,000 a week.... and you wonder why you are on the brink of financial meltdown.

Proof if it was needed that you can't give tickets away to watch the garbage served up at Ewood these days. How embarrassing.
you really are a wise pranker of the highest order.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: Desperate times eh. Having to lure your fans back for the biggest game in your season. Shameful support. £3 tickets while you have non-players trousering £35,000 a week.... and you wonder why you are on the brink of financial meltdown. Proof if it was needed that you can't give tickets away to watch the garbage served up at Ewood these days. How embarrassing.[/p][/quote]you really are a wise pranker of the highest order. hasslem hasslem
  • Score: 7

11:17am Tue 11 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

azza234 wrote:
Or our owners can afford to sell them at that price unlike your's only thing having a meltdown here is you.
You lost £36.5 million last year. Did you miss that one Mungo?

Your owners couldn't run a corner shop never mind a football club, and the decision to sell tickets at rock bottom prices has backfired as even this cannot bring back the army of plastics who deserted the SS Laughingstock when she drifted into Championship waters.

Have Venky's wrote off your debt? No, it's still there hanging around your neck like a lead weight ready to pull you under.
[quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: Or our owners can afford to sell them at that price unlike your's only thing having a meltdown here is you.[/p][/quote]You lost £36.5 million last year. Did you miss that one Mungo? Your owners couldn't run a corner shop never mind a football club, and the decision to sell tickets at rock bottom prices has backfired as even this cannot bring back the army of plastics who deserted the SS Laughingstock when she drifted into Championship waters. Have Venky's wrote off your debt? No, it's still there hanging around your neck like a lead weight ready to pull you under. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: 1

11:51am Tue 11 Feb 14

FCBurnley says...

Not desperate much are we ?
Not desperate much are we ? FCBurnley
  • Score: -2

12:39pm Tue 11 Feb 14

A Darener says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
azza234 wrote:
Or our owners can afford to sell them at that price unlike your's only thing having a meltdown here is you.
You lost £36.5 million last year. Did you miss that one Mungo?

Your owners couldn't run a corner shop never mind a football club, and the decision to sell tickets at rock bottom prices has backfired as even this cannot bring back the army of plastics who deserted the SS Laughingstock when she drifted into Championship waters.

Have Venky's wrote off your debt? No, it's still there hanging around your neck like a lead weight ready to pull you under.
Until FFP comes in they don't need to write off the debt. When it does if necessary they will.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: Or our owners can afford to sell them at that price unlike your's only thing having a meltdown here is you.[/p][/quote]You lost £36.5 million last year. Did you miss that one Mungo? Your owners couldn't run a corner shop never mind a football club, and the decision to sell tickets at rock bottom prices has backfired as even this cannot bring back the army of plastics who deserted the SS Laughingstock when she drifted into Championship waters. Have Venky's wrote off your debt? No, it's still there hanging around your neck like a lead weight ready to pull you under.[/p][/quote]Until FFP comes in they don't need to write off the debt. When it does if necessary they will. A Darener
  • Score: 1

12:46pm Tue 11 Feb 14

Chipdan says...

Good thinking by the club. Taking advantage of the '1 game a season fans' At least we should have a few on the gate on the weds night game against Bournemouth now. COYB!
Good thinking by the club. Taking advantage of the '1 game a season fans' At least we should have a few on the gate on the weds night game against Bournemouth now. COYB! Chipdan
  • Score: 2

12:52pm Tue 11 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

A Darener wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
azza234 wrote:
Or our owners can afford to sell them at that price unlike your's only thing having a meltdown here is you.
You lost £36.5 million last year. Did you miss that one Mungo?

Your owners couldn't run a corner shop never mind a football club, and the decision to sell tickets at rock bottom prices has backfired as even this cannot bring back the army of plastics who deserted the SS Laughingstock when she drifted into Championship waters.

Have Venky's wrote off your debt? No, it's still there hanging around your neck like a lead weight ready to pull you under.
Until FFP comes in they don't need to write off the debt. When it does if necessary they will.
Er, FFP is already under-way you simpleton.

"The 2013/14 season is a watershed for financial constraint in football. For the first time, all English professional divisions have rules in place that restrict their spending."

http://www.financial
fairplay.co.uk/finan
cial-fair-play-expla
ined.php

Last season you lost £36.5million. This season you have a further £8million deficit from the reduction in parachute payments.

Moving out a few of your squad players on loan is hardly going to make a dent in the financial black-hole that is about to suck you in. Hence the transfer embargo heading your way in January 2015.

Do you homework. Jesus wept.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: Or our owners can afford to sell them at that price unlike your's only thing having a meltdown here is you.[/p][/quote]You lost £36.5 million last year. Did you miss that one Mungo? Your owners couldn't run a corner shop never mind a football club, and the decision to sell tickets at rock bottom prices has backfired as even this cannot bring back the army of plastics who deserted the SS Laughingstock when she drifted into Championship waters. Have Venky's wrote off your debt? No, it's still there hanging around your neck like a lead weight ready to pull you under.[/p][/quote]Until FFP comes in they don't need to write off the debt. When it does if necessary they will.[/p][/quote]Er, FFP is already under-way you simpleton. "The 2013/14 season is a watershed for financial constraint in football. For the first time, all English professional divisions have rules in place that restrict their spending." http://www.financial fairplay.co.uk/finan cial-fair-play-expla ined.php Last season you lost £36.5million. This season you have a further £8million deficit from the reduction in parachute payments. Moving out a few of your squad players on loan is hardly going to make a dent in the financial black-hole that is about to suck you in. Hence the transfer embargo heading your way in January 2015. Do you homework. Jesus wept. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -1

12:55pm Tue 11 Feb 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

A Darener wrote:
"Proof if it was needed that you can't give tickets away to watch the garbage served up at Ewood these days. How embarrassing."
Not as embarrassing as Burnley gates...second in division, playing masterclass world football (according to the few that go to matches). What's your excuse for your pathetic attendances? At least we have an excuse.
And your excuse is.............?

Please don't tell me the fans are protesting against Venkys, as we both know that is simply not true - if it were you would be getting massive away followings, as it is, Burnley are taking far more away from home on average than Blackburn.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: "Proof if it was needed that you can't give tickets away to watch the garbage served up at Ewood these days. How embarrassing." Not as embarrassing as Burnley gates...second in division, playing masterclass world football (according to the few that go to matches). What's your excuse for your pathetic attendances? At least we have an excuse.[/p][/quote]And your excuse is.............? Please don't tell me the fans are protesting against Venkys, as we both know that is simply not true - if it were you would be getting massive away followings, as it is, Burnley are taking far more away from home on average than Blackburn. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 0

1:57pm Tue 11 Feb 14

Blackburn_End says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
Desperate times eh. Having to lure your fans back for the biggest game in your season. Shameful support.

£3 tickets while you have non-players trousering £35,000 a week.... and you wonder why you are on the brink of financial meltdown.

Proof if it was needed that you can't give tickets away to watch the garbage served up at Ewood these days. How embarrassing.
...and yet we still get more on than you lot!

Hahahahahahahaha!!!!
!!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: Desperate times eh. Having to lure your fans back for the biggest game in your season. Shameful support. £3 tickets while you have non-players trousering £35,000 a week.... and you wonder why you are on the brink of financial meltdown. Proof if it was needed that you can't give tickets away to watch the garbage served up at Ewood these days. How embarrassing.[/p][/quote]...and yet we still get more on than you lot! Hahahahahahahaha!!!! !!!!!!!! Blackburn_End
  • Score: 1

2:07pm Tue 11 Feb 14

A Darener says...

I'm sure you will correct me if I am wrong but no sanctions have been imposed yet! When and if the Rovers are notified that they need to action any debt problem they may have at that time rectify the situation by converting the debt into shares. Thus alleviating any form of monetary or ban on player sanction.
I'm sure you will correct me if I am wrong but no sanctions have been imposed yet! When and if the Rovers are notified that they need to action any debt problem they may have at that time rectify the situation by converting the debt into shares. Thus alleviating any form of monetary or ban on player sanction. A Darener
  • Score: 0

2:10pm Tue 11 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

Blackburn_End wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Desperate times eh. Having to lure your fans back for the biggest game in your season. Shameful support.

£3 tickets while you have non-players trousering £35,000 a week.... and you wonder why you are on the brink of financial meltdown.

Proof if it was needed that you can't give tickets away to watch the garbage served up at Ewood these days. How embarrassing.
...and yet we still get more on than you lot!

Hahahahahahahaha!!!!

!!!!!!!!
That's the point you retard. It doesn't take much for things to go over your head does it, what are you 12?

You have slashed the price of your tickets thereby increasing your financial risk further and yet still you struggle to get a handful more on than a club that charges quite a lot for tickets. I'm quite sure that if we had such discounts we'd have a much better showing than that at Blackburn in recent months.

Perhaps a sign of the number of plastic supporters who have now reverted to their Chelsea and Arsenal replica shirts once more?

I'm also sure if your owners waived the cost of entry for certain games completely that you'd still come up short attendance wise due to the diabolic football served up at Ewood these days.
[quote][p][bold]Blackburn_End[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: Desperate times eh. Having to lure your fans back for the biggest game in your season. Shameful support. £3 tickets while you have non-players trousering £35,000 a week.... and you wonder why you are on the brink of financial meltdown. Proof if it was needed that you can't give tickets away to watch the garbage served up at Ewood these days. How embarrassing.[/p][/quote]...and yet we still get more on than you lot! Hahahahahahahaha!!!! !!!!!!!![/p][/quote]That's the point you retard. It doesn't take much for things to go over your head does it, what are you 12? You have slashed the price of your tickets thereby increasing your financial risk further and yet still you struggle to get a handful more on than a club that charges quite a lot for tickets. I'm quite sure that if we had such discounts we'd have a much better showing than that at Blackburn in recent months. Perhaps a sign of the number of plastic supporters who have now reverted to their Chelsea and Arsenal replica shirts once more? I'm also sure if your owners waived the cost of entry for certain games completely that you'd still come up short attendance wise due to the diabolic football served up at Ewood these days. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: 3

2:16pm Tue 11 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

A Darener wrote:
I'm sure you will correct me if I am wrong but no sanctions have been imposed yet! When and if the Rovers are notified that they need to action any debt problem they may have at that time rectify the situation by converting the debt into shares. Thus alleviating any form of monetary or ban on player sanction.
"they may have at that time rectify the situation by converting the debt into shares. Thus alleviating any form of monetary or ban on player sanction."

What absolute nonsense. You really don't understand this do you?

FFP has been introduced to prevent exactly the type of mismanagement that you still hope will save you.

Note the section on the Championship, in particular the point which states the MAXIMUM permitted loss is £8 million. This means regardless of how much money your owners may have or be willing to put into the club, if your club as a business cannot limit its annual loss to £8 million you WILL face punishment. Your losses are £36.5million for the last financial year and highly likely to be even worse in the current financial year due to the reduction in parachute payments.

The sanction imposed in this case is a transfer ban for clubs which overspend. Blackburn Rovers overspent massively in the first Championship season in their failed attempt at returning to the Premier League, they overspent massively on a string of failed, and handsomely paid off, no-mark managers, and they overspent massively on wages for several poor signings who are now contracted to the club for the next few seasons.

This is why you will be subject to a transfer embargo next season.

http://www.financial
fairplay.co.uk/finan
cial-fair-play-expla
ined.php
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: I'm sure you will correct me if I am wrong but no sanctions have been imposed yet! When and if the Rovers are notified that they need to action any debt problem they may have at that time rectify the situation by converting the debt into shares. Thus alleviating any form of monetary or ban on player sanction.[/p][/quote]"they may have at that time rectify the situation by converting the debt into shares. Thus alleviating any form of monetary or ban on player sanction." What absolute nonsense. You really don't understand this do you? FFP has been introduced to prevent exactly the type of mismanagement that you still hope will save you. Note the section on the Championship, in particular the point which states the MAXIMUM permitted loss is £8 million. This means regardless of how much money your owners may have or be willing to put into the club, if your club as a business cannot limit its annual loss to £8 million you WILL face punishment. Your losses are £36.5million for the last financial year and highly likely to be even worse in the current financial year due to the reduction in parachute payments. The sanction imposed in this case is a transfer ban for clubs which overspend. Blackburn Rovers overspent massively in the first Championship season in their failed attempt at returning to the Premier League, they overspent massively on a string of failed, and handsomely paid off, no-mark managers, and they overspent massively on wages for several poor signings who are now contracted to the club for the next few seasons. This is why you will be subject to a transfer embargo next season. http://www.financial fairplay.co.uk/finan cial-fair-play-expla ined.php look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -1

2:22pm Tue 11 Feb 14

GAZHAY says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
A Darener wrote: I'm sure you will correct me if I am wrong but no sanctions have been imposed yet! When and if the Rovers are notified that they need to action any debt problem they may have at that time rectify the situation by converting the debt into shares. Thus alleviating any form of monetary or ban on player sanction.
"they may have at that time rectify the situation by converting the debt into shares. Thus alleviating any form of monetary or ban on player sanction." What absolute nonsense. You really don't understand this do you? FFP has been introduced to prevent exactly the type of mismanagement that you still hope will save you. Note the section on the Championship, in particular the point which states the MAXIMUM permitted loss is £8 million. This means regardless of how much money your owners may have or be willing to put into the club, if your club as a business cannot limit its annual loss to £8 million you WILL face punishment. Your losses are £36.5million for the last financial year and highly likely to be even worse in the current financial year due to the reduction in parachute payments. The sanction imposed in this case is a transfer ban for clubs which overspend. Blackburn Rovers overspent massively in the first Championship season in their failed attempt at returning to the Premier League, they overspent massively on a string of failed, and handsomely paid off, no-mark managers, and they overspent massively on wages for several poor signings who are now contracted to the club for the next few seasons. This is why you will be subject to a transfer embargo next season. http://www.financial fairplay.co.uk/finan cial-fair-play-expla ined.php
Boverd....er no!!!!
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: I'm sure you will correct me if I am wrong but no sanctions have been imposed yet! When and if the Rovers are notified that they need to action any debt problem they may have at that time rectify the situation by converting the debt into shares. Thus alleviating any form of monetary or ban on player sanction.[/p][/quote]"they may have at that time rectify the situation by converting the debt into shares. Thus alleviating any form of monetary or ban on player sanction." What absolute nonsense. You really don't understand this do you? FFP has been introduced to prevent exactly the type of mismanagement that you still hope will save you. Note the section on the Championship, in particular the point which states the MAXIMUM permitted loss is £8 million. This means regardless of how much money your owners may have or be willing to put into the club, if your club as a business cannot limit its annual loss to £8 million you WILL face punishment. Your losses are £36.5million for the last financial year and highly likely to be even worse in the current financial year due to the reduction in parachute payments. The sanction imposed in this case is a transfer ban for clubs which overspend. Blackburn Rovers overspent massively in the first Championship season in their failed attempt at returning to the Premier League, they overspent massively on a string of failed, and handsomely paid off, no-mark managers, and they overspent massively on wages for several poor signings who are now contracted to the club for the next few seasons. This is why you will be subject to a transfer embargo next season. http://www.financial fairplay.co.uk/finan cial-fair-play-expla ined.php[/p][/quote]Boverd....er no!!!! GAZHAY
  • Score: 0

5:44pm Tue 11 Feb 14

chegwin says...

Bun leas gates are the laughing stock of the championship.
Massive catchment area yet can only muster gates of 10.000
.Remember that famous league gate of only 1,800.Shameful.
Bun leas gates are the laughing stock of the championship. Massive catchment area yet can only muster gates of 10.000 .Remember that famous league gate of only 1,800.Shameful. chegwin
  • Score: 2

11:28pm Tue 11 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

chegwin wrote:
Bun leas gates are the laughing stock of the championship.
Massive catchment area yet can only muster gates of 10.000
.Remember that famous league gate of only 1,800.Shameful.
16 points.
[quote][p][bold]chegwin[/bold] wrote: Bun leas gates are the laughing stock of the championship. Massive catchment area yet can only muster gates of 10.000 .Remember that famous league gate of only 1,800.Shameful.[/p][/quote]16 points. look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: 1

7:27am Wed 12 Feb 14

RobH2O says...

krazzi horse wrote:
Fifteen pounds n fifty pence 4the Riverside 4 ,2 games is no bad come on you blues.
That should pack 'em in eh?
[quote][p][bold]krazzi horse[/bold] wrote: Fifteen pounds n fifty pence 4the Riverside 4 ,2 games is no bad come on you blues.[/p][/quote]That should pack 'em in eh? RobH2O
  • Score: -1

7:33am Wed 12 Feb 14

RobH2O says...

A Darener wrote:
"Proof if it was needed that you can't give tickets away to watch the garbage served up at Ewood these days. How embarrassing."
Not as embarrassing as Burnley gates...second in division, playing masterclass world football (according to the few that go to matches). What's your excuse for your pathetic attendances? At least we have an excuse.
Sadly Mr Darener, this is very true. When we came up to this Division under Stan Ternant we averaged 16,500. Its now 12,500 and we are playing wonderfully. I speak to loads of local folk who say its marvellous. Ask them if they still go down, they all say "no". Ask why they don't go, most just shrug there shoulders. God knows why those 4,000 don't now turn up. They will if we are promoted. What do you lot call fans like that, Glitterballs isn't it?
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: "Proof if it was needed that you can't give tickets away to watch the garbage served up at Ewood these days. How embarrassing." Not as embarrassing as Burnley gates...second in division, playing masterclass world football (according to the few that go to matches). What's your excuse for your pathetic attendances? At least we have an excuse.[/p][/quote]Sadly Mr Darener, this is very true. When we came up to this Division under Stan Ternant we averaged 16,500. Its now 12,500 and we are playing wonderfully. I speak to loads of local folk who say its marvellous. Ask them if they still go down, they all say "no". Ask why they don't go, most just shrug there shoulders. God knows why those 4,000 don't now turn up. They will if we are promoted. What do you lot call fans like that, Glitterballs isn't it? RobH2O
  • Score: 1

3:46pm Wed 12 Feb 14

xsblue says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
Desperate times eh. Having to lure your fans back for the biggest game in your season. Shameful support.

£3 tickets while you have non-players trousering £35,000 a week.... and you wonder why you are on the brink of financial meltdown.

Proof if it was needed that you can't give tickets away to watch the garbage served up at Ewood these days. How embarrassing.
tit
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: Desperate times eh. Having to lure your fans back for the biggest game in your season. Shameful support. £3 tickets while you have non-players trousering £35,000 a week.... and you wonder why you are on the brink of financial meltdown. Proof if it was needed that you can't give tickets away to watch the garbage served up at Ewood these days. How embarrassing.[/p][/quote]tit xsblue
  • Score: 0

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