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Cooney eyes ticket price cut

GAA president Christy Cooney has revealed that ticket prices could come down in 2011.

He suggested that prices could fall as the recession shows no sign of relenting.

"It is something we are giving serious consideration to. We are reviewing our whole ticketing system for next year and I would hope that, if not next week, than very soon after it we will announce some decisions on our ticketing pricing for next season," said Cooney.

"We haven't increased ticket prices for five years. Indeed, outside of the top-line prices, we've reduced costs all over the place through family tickets and other schemes."

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