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Q: I went to watch England v South Africa and New Zealand last year, when i went to Edgbaston the price of a ticket was £60. I've just been on to apply for 2 tickets for the Edgbaston test in the ashes and tickets are £75. Why have ticket prices been raised by 25% in only 12 months? I find this totally unaffordable and considering the current climate how can this be justified

A: Hello - ticket prices are set against the opposition, the series in question etc so an Ashes series against Australia is understandably priced slightly higher than others. With regards to the current economic climate, these prices were set many months ago