Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 3 September 2014

Kids kicked into touch by prices for rugby game

I am not happy with Ulster Rugby on how they are treating kids for the forthcoming Heineken Cup quarter-final match.

My child has been a season ticket holder for the last five years in the east terrace and is being charged for an adult ticket for the game whilst in other areas of the ground children are only being charged children's prices.

I questioned Ulster Rugby re this and their answer was: "The area in which you are a season ticket holder does not have a child concession price as it is a different category of game, external to season tickets".

Why not? I asked, and surprise, surprise no answer.

We attend home games and away games and feel this is unfair treatment by Ulster Rugby.

Raymond Gilliland

Ballyclare

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