Queens Park Rangers 'to slash ticket prices by 35%'

QPR chairman Tony Fernandes before kickoff at Loftus Road
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Queens Park Rangers are reportedly planning to cut their ticket prices for next season by 35%.

Queens Park Rangers will reportedly bring down their ticket prices following their relegation to the Championship.

The West London outfit learned their fate following a goalless draw with Reading, who also dropped down to the second tier, at the Madejski Stadium on Sunday.

The most expensive adult tickets at Loftus Road are currently £70, with the lowest price at £20, but the club are planning to reduce fees by 35% for next season, according to the Daily Mail.

Meanwhile, reports have claimed that QPR could face an exodus of players following their relegation.

QPR manager Harry Redknapp prior to his side's match with Sunderland on March 9, 2013
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