Originally Posted by Cookie Monster
Manchester City have returned 900 unsold tickets of the 2,000 allocation for Sunday's Barclays Premier League clash with Arsenal at the Emirates.
The champions were expected to sell out but it appears travelling supporters have been put off by the £62 Arsenal are charging each fan.
Do you post every single negative Arsenal story you can find here?
As for Arsenal ticket prices in general, well it's a simple concept called supply and demand. Wigan don't have cheap tickets as a nice gesture to the fans. It's because if they jacked up the prices, less people would attend, and they'd lose money.
In this case, we've overcharged for away tickets, and maybe need to prices in the future.
EDIT - Oh and by the way. Relative to recent success, Spurs have the most overpriced tickets in the league.