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How Much For A Pint?

How Much For A Pint?

A pint of John Smith's beer will cost £2.50, while a pint of Fosters will cost £2.80. This is 70p a pint more than Rovers have been charging at the Rovers Return Supporters Bar at Belle Vue. The Keepmoat stadium also has the added benefit of cheaper wholesale prices then compared to Belle Vue.

Rovers will not receive any profit from beverages sales at the new stadium. All profit raised from food and drinks at the Keepmoat Stadium goes directly to the Stadium Management Committee.

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Date:Wednesday December 13 2006
Time: 10:43AM

Comments

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Totally out of order and the fans should not buy any until the price is at a reasonable level
viking phil
13/12/2006 13:20:00
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now that we have a new ground fans will be ripped off at any available chance. The ticket prices will be a lot higher at the start of next season you wait and see.
dazza71
13/12/2006 17:06:00
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From tonight's Star: Jeremy Milnes, the stadium management company's commercial director, said: "We've done a comparison with other grounds in the area and taken that into consideration, and we are slightly cheaper than some. "At the end of the day, it is about the viability of the stadium, as money will be reinvested, and it is about making sure we can operate. "We are not in it to rip people off, but at the end of the day, we've got to make some money."
NathanDRFC
14/12/2006 17:07:00
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about average at footballgrounds......get ya wallets out tightwads
zipadeedoodah
14/12/2006 21:23:00
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