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hibs0666
22-11-2009, 10:01 PM
Including your travel expenses, and reasonable food/drink costs :wink:, how much does watching the Hibees cost you a season?

Do you lash out on season tickets? Are your travel costs significant?

Do you attend away games regularly? Do you use the club store much?

Do you subscribe to Hibs online services?

You might not like the answers when you tot it up mind. :wink:

NAE NOOKIE
22-11-2009, 10:21 PM
So far this season:

One home top
One season ticket
One trip to Bolton
Every home game £10 petrol each
Couple of pints each home game
Two home tops and one scarf + ticket for Falkirk game ( Nephew & Neice )

Bloody heck and its only just a quarter of the way through the season

:confused: :confused: :confused:

blueisthecolour
22-11-2009, 10:24 PM
Under £100 for me:wink:

And No to all the other questions:faf:

NAE NOOKIE
22-11-2009, 10:28 PM
Under £100 for me:wink:

And No to all the other questions:faf:

A current bun spends under a ton.
Of their Loyal fans you must not be one.

Boom Boom :greengrin

blueisthecolour
22-11-2009, 10:30 PM
A current bun spends under a ton.
Of their Loyal fans you must not be one.

Boom Boom :greengrin

I spend under £100 going to see hibs:wink:

I wound never try to add up what I spend going to see the rangers.


I know you where just showing your poetry skills.

HibbiesandtheBaddies
22-11-2009, 10:36 PM
I spend under £100 going to see hibs:wink:

I wound never try to add up what I spend going to see the rangers.


I know you where just showing your poetry skills.

So.... "You're only here to see the Hibees" :singing: :greengrin

El Gubbz
22-11-2009, 10:39 PM
FAR too much

OtterHibee
22-11-2009, 10:43 PM
Including your travel expenses, and reasonable food/drink costs :wink:, how much does watching the Hibees cost you a season?

Do you lash out on season tickets? Are your travel costs significant?

Do you attend away games regularly? Do you use the club store much?

Do you subscribe to Hibs online services?

You might not like the answers when you tot it up mind. :wink:

Because I'm a sad admin anorak, I've got a spreadsheet to keep track of my spending on a season-by-season basis. Including my ticket for Pittodrie, I've spent exactly £580.40 to date this season.

That takes into account:

Season Ticket (concession, with CTU)
Away tickets (every game bar Ibrox)
Pre-season friendlies
Home/Away shirts (both printed with names/numbers)
HI/Hibs TV renewal
Match programmes
Happy Hibby Tickets
Travelling expenses (£5.15 return on the train between Kirkcaldy and Edinburgh; £10 on top of that for supporters' bus to away games.)
Open day, stadium tour, etc

Last season I spent just under £700, even considering I could only make it to about 6 away games.

Crazy :dizzy:.

Hibbyradge
22-11-2009, 10:59 PM
Because I'm a sad admin anorak, I've got a spreadsheet to keep track of my spending on a season-by-season basis.

Crazy :dizzy:.

:agree:

sleeping giant
22-11-2009, 11:06 PM
1 Adult St
1 Child ST
Hibs Kids
PM Here
PM Bounce
Hibs Strip for the Boy.
Goalie Strip for the boy.
2 Happy Hibee Draw tickets every match.
2 pokes of chips and 2 capri suns.
Sweetie for the car.

OtterHibee
22-11-2009, 11:08 PM
:agree:

:greengrin

ArabHibee
22-11-2009, 11:10 PM
Because I'm a sad admin anorak, I've got a spreadsheet to keep track of my spending on a season-by-season basis. Including my ticket for Pittodrie, I've spent exactly £580.40 to date this season.

That takes into account:

Season Ticket (concession, with CTU)
Away tickets (every game bar Ibrox)
Pre-season friendlies
Home/Away shirts (both printed with names/numbers)
HI/Hibs TV renewal
Match programmes
Happy Hibby Tickets
Travelling expenses (£5.15 return on the train between Kirkcaldy and Edinburgh; £10 on top of that for supporters' bus to away games.)
Open day, stadium tour, etc

Last season I spent just under £700, even considering I could only make it to about 6 away games.

Crazy :dizzy:.

Whats CTU?

OtterHibee
22-11-2009, 11:12 PM
Whats CTU?

Cup Top-Up

blackpoolhibs
22-11-2009, 11:36 PM
20 plus games a season, £80-£100 a time.

ArabHibee
22-11-2009, 11:43 PM
20 plus games a season, £80-£100 a time.

How much does the bird in your avatar spend on her beloved team?

Nando™
22-11-2009, 11:45 PM
So far this season:

One home top
One season ticket
One trip to Bolton
Every home game £10 petrol each
Couple of pints each home game
Two home tops and one scarf + ticket for Falkirk game ( Nephew & Neice )

Bloody heck and its only just a quarter of the way through the season

:confused: :confused: :confused:
Careful now :wink:

blackpoolhibs
22-11-2009, 11:47 PM
How much does the bird in your avatar spend on her beloved team?

After fags, buckfast and beauty products , all the rest of her giro goes on her team.

ArabHibee
22-11-2009, 11:49 PM
After fags, buckfast and beauty products , all the rest of her giro goes on her team.

Mibbe BITC can confirm that?

LALthehibeeGAL
22-11-2009, 11:51 PM
scary stuff - our household alone is

3 x sts (one u16 but not hibs kids) so approx £790
pre season games x 3
bolton x 2 (tickets, supporters bus, replica bolton top (yes you read right!)
replica hibs top x 1
hibs holiday tops x 3
happy hibby x 2
programme x 1
food, drink etc.
petrol per journey to ER (25+ mile round trip)


yikes I'm stopping now cos it's now clicked why I'm so skint!!!

Lal:wink:

NOLA
23-11-2009, 12:52 AM
wheres the too much option! defo in affect last season under mixu,

MacBean
23-11-2009, 11:33 AM
This season...

Season ticket - £355
Full home kit - £70ish
training gear - £70ish
Trip to Bolton - £150
Cup tickets (me & dad) - £50
Tynecastle (and bevvy) - £50ish
Food & Drinks at games - £30
Petrol - £10 a game = £60 so far

and probably a few other things I have forgotten all about!

Billy Whizz
23-11-2009, 11:43 AM
Season ticket for me & daughter £700 plus Top ups
Season ticket youngest - £105
Away tickets x 19 -£420 (go to every game)
Fuel- £300
Food - £200
Strips - £100
Misc - £100
Total - £1,925

Never looked at it in some detail before.
Better not tell the wife

Worth every penny though!

blueisthecolour
23-11-2009, 02:41 PM
Mibbe BITC can confirm that?

Nope, never smoked in my life or claimed a giro, or drank buckfast, and I don't need beauty products as im already a picture of beauty, so maybe you would be more qualified to anwser:wink:

Hibercelona
23-11-2009, 02:48 PM
Me - Nothing

My dad - Oh dear... :wink:

Steve20
23-11-2009, 04:41 PM
1 season ticket
1 cup top up
19 away league matches
Trips to Dunfermline, Raith Rovers, Bolton and Blackburn away pre-season
Travelling expenses to away games
Drink before and after each game ( I would dread to work out how much) :greengrin
PM for here
PM on the Bounce

God knows how much, though.

RoslinInstHibby
23-11-2009, 04:48 PM
wow, when you add it all up......i might as well just tell my work to pay my wages straight to hibs lol

.Sean.
23-11-2009, 05:08 PM
Thousands when it's added up like...

Season Ticket
Bolton Away (£100, easy)
Away top
Say I spend a further £20 at each home game, pints, bus, pie etc
I go to all the away days, talking on average £50, £60 a time...

Alot of money I know, but wouldnae change my Hibs watching habit for ANYTHING :thumbsup:

CallumLaidlaw
23-11-2009, 05:47 PM
ST - £380
Cup Top up - £25
Home shirt - £35
19 x £4.60 - train to home games - £87.40
average 6 away games a season match - £120
average 6 away game travel - £60
24 x £10 - average for food and drink each game - £240
PM on here - £10
Bolton trip - £15 (match), £28 (room), £25 (train), £50 minimum (food and drink - it was MUCH more actually :wink: )
Hibs kid membership - £10
Strip for wee boy - £50
Christmas gifts - £50

£1185.40!!!! OUCH!

Killiehibbie
23-11-2009, 05:53 PM
An awful lot less than I used to.

Russian Hibs Fan
23-11-2009, 05:59 PM
Two seasons in a row it was more then 1,000 pounds! Now I still paing credits, so this season is 0 pounds. Until I will save the money for the new visit.

HibbyAndy
23-11-2009, 06:10 PM
Nope, never smoked in my life or claimed a giro, or drank buckfast, and I don't need beauty products as im already a picture of beauty, so maybe you would be more qualified to anwser:wink:

A good looking Hun? Behave ive yet to meet one.


Unless this is you here? (http://media.photobucket.com/image/ugly%20rangers%20fans/Akidd05/ugly.jpg)

Ell_Chrisso
23-11-2009, 06:22 PM
This season...

Season ticket - £355
Full home kit - £70ish
training gear - £70ish
Trip to Bolton - £150
Cup tickets (me & dad) - £50
Tynecastle (and bevvy) - £50ish
Food & Drinks at games - £30
Petrol - £10 a game = £60 so far

and probably a few other things I have forgotten all about!


:fibber::fibber::fibber:

Ell_Chrisso
23-11-2009, 06:30 PM
This season...

No season ticket, but been to every game at home so far..
Home Shirt - B-day pressie :wink:
Training gear - Jacket & trackie bottoms, Car mats another pressie
Trip to Bolton - God knows how much was spent there! £150 atleast
Cup game against StJ.
Food & Drinks at games always. Pie n Bovril at most. If not Burger :greengrin
Petrol - £20 a game.

And a stinking headache after most :greengrin

iwasthere1972
23-11-2009, 07:44 PM
Because I'm a sad admin anorak, I've got a spreadsheet to keep track of my spending on a season-by-season basis. Including my ticket for Pittodrie, I've spent exactly £580.40 to date this season.

That takes into account:

Season Ticket (concession, with CTU)
Away tickets (every game bar Ibrox)
Pre-season friendlies
Home/Away shirts (both printed with names/numbers)
HI/Hibs TV renewal
Match programmes
Happy Hibby Tickets
Travelling expenses (£5.15 return on the train between Kirkcaldy and Edinburgh; £10 on top of that for supporters' bus to away games.)
Open day, stadium tour, etc

Last season I spent just under £700, even considering I could only make it to about 6 away games.

Crazy :dizzy:.


:faf: :faf:

Cool_Hand_Luke
23-11-2009, 09:38 PM
Just imagine if we get into Europe next season :faint:

Russian Hibs Fan
24-11-2009, 08:40 AM
Just imagine if we get into Europe next season :faint:

I am praying for it, especially if Hibs will play in the Eastern Europe. It will be costly for you but reasonable for me. Fingers crossed. :wink:

LancashireHibby
24-11-2009, 08:22 PM
So far this season;

Home top (for me) - £40
Away top (for me) - £40
Home kits x2 for the kids - £60
General stuff from club shop (scarf, hat etc) - £20
Blackburn away - £25 (wish it was as cheap as that every game!)
Bolton away - £60 (6 miles away but it's cheaper to go to ER after beer money!)
Hamilton away - £90 (£50 petrol, £20 to get in, food and drink etc)

At the moment; £335ish, but I generally spend £50-£60 in the shop at Christmas and have already bought train tickets for Kilmarnock away and Hertz at home, so should be looking well past the £400 barrier by January, with another few games to come after that.

ArabHibee
24-11-2009, 08:28 PM
Nope, never smoked in my life or claimed a giro, or drank buckfast, and I don't need beauty products as im already a picture of beauty, so maybe you would be more qualified to anwser:wink:

Sorry mate, I don't know your bird that's in BH's avatar.

TheCabbage
24-11-2009, 08:49 PM
Do you lash out on season tickets? Are your travel costs significant?

1 ST and cup topup

Do you attend away games regularly?

Bolton trip, not missed an away game in the league yet. Train for Falkirk and Rangers. Car for all others. Dont charge the hangers on in the car petrol money either:)

Do you use the club store much? 1 training top

Do you subscribe to Hibs online services? Nope

NAE NOOKIE
24-11-2009, 11:16 PM
Careful now :wink:

2:30 Leave boozer, 5.00 back at car. 2 is OK .. wouldnt chance more though.

Thatsh ash mush ash iiiiiim prapeerd to shay 'hick' !!

Up the Hubsh

:greengrin

An Leargaidh
11-04-2010, 11:14 AM
Do you lash out on season tickets? Are your travel costs significant?

Due to the recession and my previous job meaning I had to work quite a few Saturdays I have never splashed out on a season ticket. I am aiming to get one for the 2011/12 season :agree:

My travel costs are usually lower than most because I get discounted rail travel due to my job. When I went to the friendly at Tallaght Stadium last summer a train ticket from Larne Harbour to Dublin was only £8.25 :greengrin Sadly the ferry still stung me £48 return :bitchy:


Do you attend away games regularly? Do you use the club store much?

I am really struggling for cash this year and also getting out the house wi'out the wifey moaning the head off me is hard going sometimes but I've managed Killie and the Yams away this season so far.

I use the club store whenever I can afford it but with hardly any cash I'd rather spend what I have on match tickets. Just got a black t-shirt in the 80% sale the other day mind... :cool2:


Do you subscribe to Hibs online services?

I subscribe to Hibs TV. That way I can relive the good and bad bits of the matches I went to and laugh and/or cry at the matches I didn't make it to :dizzy:

The Shamrock Rovers friendly was the biggest sting of this season/pre-season, if you add up food, ferry tickets, train tickets, tram tickets, hotel accommodation, match ticket, match program, probably about £130 for the one match :faf:

NOLA
11-04-2010, 01:32 PM
Wheres the 'too much' option:grr:

Speedy
11-04-2010, 10:15 PM
I have went from 'under £100' to '£100-£250' because I bought a half season ticket since I voted.

I wish I never bothered because we've been gash since.

sven nil
12-04-2010, 04:28 AM
I have 3 young sons we have been to 7 home games and 4 away games,if you include money spent in hibs shop christmas and birthdays I would say over the year enough cash to choke a horse!

rainman
12-04-2010, 05:06 AM
I put my foot through my fly screen door when Ross County scored their late winner. $880 to get fixed.

I also found 3 grey hairs on the left side of my head. Pretty sure they weren't there before the last derby.

Joe Baker II
12-04-2010, 08:33 AM
I am guessing around £1,000 (do you include drinks before and after games in money spent on Hibs?) - if exclude that probably comes to nearer £800. Actually have probably spent more this season as have been to more away games (and overnight in Dingwall) than previously, despite this being my first year without a season ticket for first time in 15 years.

seanraff07
12-04-2010, 08:37 AM
I'm 15, bought a ST, went to one pre-season match, only missed three away games the whole season, i'm including the money i've spent to get the coach or train to the away games.