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24 Jul 2012 14:02:59

Clarets retain last year's food and drink prices

Having conducted a survey of rival clubs, and having questioned supporters in an online survey, Burnley Football Club have decided not to increase the price of food and drink for next season.

The fans' survey indicated that only 36% purchased refreshments on the ground on match days with over 55% citing the cost as the reason for not doing so.

That led to Burnley carrying out it's own survey amongst rival clubs which showed we had

Second cheapest lager in the divisionJoint cheapest bitter in the divisionCheapest hotdog in the divisionSecond cheapest pie in the divisionCheapest hot drink in the divisionCheapest cold drink in the divisionOnly club to offer Benedictine - and at just £1.50 per measure

The survey also showed that one club charged £1.30 for a pie whilst there was a club charging £1.70 more for a hot dog.

Despite this, Burnley have confirmed there will be no increase in prices for the new season.


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