Many spectators at today's All-Ireland SHC final have taken to Twitter to voice their disapproval at the decision to increase the price of the match programme.
The programme cost €7, an increase of €2 from last year. The price increase comes on the back of the GAA's decision to hike stand tickets from €80 to €90.
The #GAA are getting greedier by the day.— Daniel Flaherty (@DanFlaherty10) August 18, 2019
First the ticket prices increase to €90 and now they are charging €7 for the match programme.
Amateur sport me arse!#Greed #AllIrelandFinal #TippvKilkenny #TipperaryvKilkenny @officialgaa #Tipperary #Kilkenny #tippvkk pic.twitter.com/ELCSJnzt4e
€7 for a programme?!🙈— Lauren Guilfoyle (@LaurenGuilfoyle) August 18, 2019
€90 for a ticket and now €7 for a match programme. Looking forward to @StMichaelsGAA allocation of funding from HQ. We will have a floodlite stadium in Westside in no time or does grassroots extend outside the M50...?— Cllr. Eddie Hoare (@EddieHoareFG) August 18, 2019