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Hi all. I'm making the trip down for this one as conveniently it's at half term and i'm going to book a short break probably around Lyme Regis with the family. Just wanted to ask about how the priority ticketing works as it says on the portal it's priority only and i can't purchase one yet. I do have a ticket account and have had tickets sent out to me before albeit infrequently and so they know at the ticket office i'm not an Argyle fan :D but just wondered how it works and when it's likely they will go on general sale as i usually get tickets posted out to me. Any info would be fantastic. Thanks.
 

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Just a reminder for season ticket holders, you don't need to buy a ticket. :LOL:
 

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Wonder if we will hit 8,000 at home for this including scum fans.
I very much doubt it. Practical capacity for these sort of games is only just over 8,000 given separation requirements (the parts of Blocks A and L nearest the away end will not be sold) and we'd have to sell out the ground AND every one turn up (there are always at least 100 no-shows for various reasons).

It was only 6,612 last time we played Argyle at SJP (Sept 2016) and although we got over 7,400 for the Carlisle playoff game I'd say 7,000 or so is more likely.
 

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I assume the stansfield stand will only be home supporters for safety reasons? This correct or no
 

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I assume the stansfield stand will only be home supporters for safety reasons? This correct or no
Yes.

I believe that for logistical reasons the Club do not intend to give Block A to away fans in any foreseeable future. Not sure the Old Bill would allow it for Argyle anyway. I assume the latter will be given 350 seats in the IP Office plus 950 standing, total 1200.
 

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Yes.

I believe that for logistical reasons the Club do not intend to give Block A to away fans in any foreseeable future. Not sure the Old Bill would allow it for Argyle anyway. I assume the latter will be given 350 seats in the IP Office plus 950 standing, total 1200.
350 + 950 =1300;)
 

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Tickets now on sale to 'Community members'. Is that just people who have registered to buy tickets online in the past that are not in any of the priority groups? Could anyone register to become a community member today and buy tickets for the home end?
 

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Tickets now on sale to 'Community members'. Is that just people who have registered to buy tickets online in the past that are not in any of the priority groups? Could anyone register to become a community member today and buy tickets for the home end?
Usually Community members are those who are on the system already at a specific date just prior to selling the tickets.

Strictly speaking there isn't a way to do this retrospectively for a particular match.

However I'd still recommend registering and then sending an enquiry email to [email protected]. No guarantees 'though because it all depends on the level of sales once the existing Community members have had a period of time to buy.
 

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I'd still recommend registering and then sending an enquiry email to [email protected]. No guarantees 'though because it all depends on the level of sales once the existing Community members have had a period of time to buy.
I doubt very much if we will sell 7000 tickets and believe the Club will want to be helpful to genuine City fans (however people with addresses like "Home Park, Plymouth" or "14 The Pigsty, Swilly" need not apply...)
 

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I doubt very much if we will sell 7000 tickets and believe the Club will want to be helpful to genuine City fans (however people with addresses like "Home Park, Plymouth" or "14 The Pigsty, Swilly" need not apply...)
I think there will be well over 7000 when we play them but that's including scum fans.
 

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Argyle's allocation of 1152 tickets sold out in just 90 minutes this morning.
 

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So do we know if the block of the new stand closest to the away end is open or closed for segregation?
 
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