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Many Rangers Fans Aren’t Happy With Price Club Are Charging For European Games

Many Rangers Fans Aren’t Happy With Price Club Are Charging For European Games

Many Rangers fans aren’t happy with the price the club is charging for Europa League games this season.

The Ibrox side produced an outstanding qualifying run to make it to the group stages, finishing off their qualification with an aggregate victory over Russian side Ufa.

Now they will have games against Villarreal, Rapid Wien and Spartak Moscow to look forward to.

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But some supporters won’t be attending after being hit with a £105 total price to see the games at Ibrox this season.

Season ticket holders were informed yesterday what the three-match package would cost – and now those fans will have the money taken from their account this Thursday unless they inform the club that they don’t want to opt in for the tickets.

And apparently that could affect their ability to get tickets for Cup semi-finals and finals down the line.

Frustrated fans have taken to Twitter after receiving word of the £105 price:

According to the email sent out to fans, that £105 price is discounted – but it’s not only the price, it’s the little notice that fans have to pay.

Rangers kick off their Europa League campaign away at Villarreal on September 20th before returning to Ibrox on October 4th to play Rapid Wien.

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