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Kyle

Piemonte Calcio
Contributor
Sep 4, 2006
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€34 to see one of the best teams in the world. How is that expensive? People want everything for free.

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lol that isn't expensive at all.

People are seriously bitching about this? Get a better job or stop burning your money on dumb shit. What other comparable activity to seeing Juve live is so cheap?

Costs more to pick up sluts at bars.
 

Klin

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May 27, 2009
60,585
The problem is when you don't buy tickets from Juventus but through other agencies. I think there is where this problem lies.

I went to Juve - Parma last season. I paid €135 for the ticket, curva nord, but the actual price printed on the ticket was €45.
 

Vlad

Delusional
May 23, 2011
18,121
If Google numbers don't lie then average salary in Turin is around 45000 euros, minus taxes its around 30000 and they say that the prices are huge? You can get an average season pass for 1000-1200 euros, and then you can sell your seat for good money for foreign fans who'd like to watch the match against Chievo or any other low tier team, crybabies
xSalaries
 

Strickland

Senior Member
May 17, 2019
569
If Google numbers don't lie then average salary in Turin is around 45000 euros, minus taxes its around 30000 and they say that the prices are huge? You can get an average season pass for 1000-1200 euros, and then you can sell your seat for good money for foreign fans who'd like to watch the match against Chievo or any other low tier team, crybabies
Depends who is spending those 30k yearly, if it's one guy, that's affordable. If it's a family who's living off that and you'd want to take your kid as well sometimes, that hobby is way too expensive for those earnings.

But this debate boils down to the stadium size, ours is small and no one is talking about expanding, so the tickets are and will be exclusive.
 

Valerio.

Senior Member
Jul 5, 2014
3,988
The problem is when you don't buy tickets from Juventus but through other agencies. I think there is where this problem lies.

I went to Juve - Parma last season. I paid €135 for the ticket, curva nord, but the actual price printed on the ticket was €45.
or more like it's near to impossible for someone without J1897 card a ticket for Curva Nord or Sud
So the next cheapest is what? 60euro for nord-ovest or sud-est? and if you wanna go to lateral grandstand it's over 120€ for the less interesting games
 

Buck Fuddy

Lara Chedraoui fanboy
May 22, 2009
9,256
or more like it's near to impossible for someone without J1897 card a ticket for Curva Nord or Sud
So the next cheapest is what? 60euro for nord-ovest or sud-est? and if you wanna go to lateral grandstand it's over 120€ for the less interesting games
Cheapest I saw last season for the Tribuna Est, livello 1, was €145 iirc. (Though I did not check prices for each and every game.)
And that's without service charges.

Doesn't matter much anyway. Give it another season or 2 we'll revert back to the good old days & play for a half empty season 80% of the time.
Hell, just look at how many games we were able to sell out last year. It might not even take 2 years :lol:
 

Quetzalcoatl

It ain't hard to tell
Aug 22, 2007
56,983
‪According to @forumJuventus 95% of last year’s season tickets have been renewed (approx 27,500) and no new season tickets will be sold. This will allow higher availability to members and general sales for every game of the season. ‬⚫️⚪️ #juventus
 

Catenaccio

Senior Member
Jul 15, 2002
2,533
I spent 2 weeks in Europe - 1 week in Tuscany and 1 week in Barcelona with my family and went to see the Camp Nou tour. Really impressive but its worn a bit and many of the seats have no cover but can imagine it would be an awesome place to watch a game. I still haven't seen the Juventus Stadium in person but that is next on my list.

I think the Juve stadium needs to find a way to extend the number of seats by another 20% or so.
 

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