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Are Manchester United and co pricing themselves out of market?

The International break brought some relief to hard pressed football fans as they struggle with the soaring price of tickets to live football matches.  Football fans have had enough and are deciding to stay home to watch the game from the comfort of their armchairs but as one of the UK's leading price comparison sites compa­ret­he­market.­com says you have to shop around to get the right digital TV package.

A recent survey by the BBC Sport website showed that only 11 out of 104 clubs in England and Scotland will offer adult tickets for less than £20 during the new season.

With the growing popularity of high-definition TV, the trend to stay at home is sure to grow in the current economic climate. But with so many different TV providers, all offering different packages, it is important that football fans don't end up paying too much for their digital TV. By comparing digital TV prices and packages at compa­ret­he­market.­com, customers can make sure they get the right package at the lowest price. It can even offer great deals on combined digital TV and broadband, helping fans follow their team both on the TV and online.

Jeremy Moll, Commercial Director for compa­ret­he­market.­com said: "We research the market for the latest offers and provide customers with quotes from the suppliers which serve in their area. compa­ret­he­market.­com can help consumers find better deals, allowing football fans to worry about their team's fortunes instead of their own."

George Moss

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