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Northampton Town away - 30 April

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Tickets turned up and these were from the extra batch the club had so how come these are in the usual stand behind the goal 🤔
 

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Tickets turned up and these were from the extra batch the club had so how come these are in the usual stand behind the goal 🤔
The other games were fulfilled first and the Northampton orders were put to one side.

When we fulfil orders we run all the outstanding ones off the computer as a batch.
With Northampton there were about 900 tickets to do in the batch.
They come out in alphabetical order rather than date order.
They were also split into two piles so two people could fulfil them.
 

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Sorry don't understand that the match was sold out and it clearly stated that it was likely that no more tickets would be available so are you saying that the initial 900 were not all in the South Stand?
 

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Sorry don't understand that the match was sold out and it clearly stated that it was likely that no more tickets would be available so are you saying that the initial 900 were not all in the South Stand?
I think he’s saying that not all tickets from the initial sale were mailed to fans (due to prioritising the other matches). Then the second batch was then sold. Those not sent from the first batch were then added to the new batch sold and treated as a single group of tickets for distribution. These were processed alphabetically so some people from the initial sale will be on the side and vice-versa.
 

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That’s how I understood it too.
 

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Home tickets also sold out now so should be a good atmosphere.

If you’ve not been before there is parking as you approach the ground from Jct 15a at Duston Mill on the R hand side as you approach, £5.
There is also parking at the top of the hill towards the bowling alley also £5 I think. Otherwise you can take your chances by the cinema that I understand is not enforced anymore but it’s a risk.

Drinks wise the home bar at Carrs Bar is usually accommodating but small, away fans can go in the TGIs as well. The two pubs at the top are normally ok from memory if you act respectfully and there’s also a bar in the bowling alley.
Plenty in the town centre and if you’re walking from the train station. Turn right from the station and you will pass The Thomas A Beckett, The Foundrymans and The Sevens on the way.
Northampton being the nemesis is an issue though!!
 

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We'll be expected to sit in our allocated seat :(

 

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Good luck with that, Wendy.
 
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