Date: 8th July 2018 at 7:00am
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Queens Park Rangers are clearly hoping to shift a few more QPRPlusPass subscriptions this summer with yet another friendly behind closed doors announced this week.

We have arranged a pre-season friendly clash with Barnet but it will take place at the Harlington Training Ground and will not be accessible to fans themselves.

The game against the National League outfit will take place on Tuesday, July 10th and it will be our second behind closed doors game of the summer following this weekend’s clash against Charlton Athletic.

A lot of fans have already had their say on this new revenue stream idea and whilst I more than see the sense in doing similar for extra cash when it comes to proper away games and especially games abroad, I just fail to see the sense in this when it’s not an insurmountable journey for fans. Given applicable prices, even allowing for costs, surely the club will earn more by letting fans watch the game themselves with ancillary purchases?

It is what it is.

 

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