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GAA reduce prices

Published 18/01/2011

A reduction in admission prices to National League games this season reflects the GAA's commitment to easing the burden on supporters affected by the recession, according to Communications Manager Alan Milton.

Ticket prices have been reduced to €13 from last season's level of €15, with entry to games in the bottom two divisions of the football league fixed at €10, and the lower tiers in the hurling league costing €5.

"We would like to think that we are value for money at the best of times, but you have got to appreciate the reality of the situation, when people just don't have as much disposable income," said Milton.

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