Season Ticket Holders.

Antony Moxey

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No it's not. If a game is postponed, because of bad weather/waterlogged pitch. The game is replayed on a midweek night normally. If you can't get to the rearranged game, then you don't get that proportion refunded. You suck it up. I'm amazed that anyone bought a season ticket, and are expecting a refund.

Surely, any fans priority is to help the club they love, financially.
Postponed games are completely different to games that aren’t played at all (like last season) or games that you aren’t allowed to watch in the stadium (like this season). I’m amazed, that should refunds not be offered, that the club sold tickets knowing there was a good chance that fans wouldn’t be able to attend.

And no, the club doesn’t feature at all in my priorities, my priorities lie solely with my family.
 

Antony Moxey

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The ones with the names embroidered ? I thought those were Red or Dead.
Nope, they were centenary ones and cost £50 and came in a presentation box with some other stuff too. I got one for me and my two kids and we took great delight in finding our names. I never took part in Red or Dead.
 

ramone

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If i had to agree with you we would both be wrong
Nope, they were centenary ones and cost £50 and came in a presentation box with some other stuff too. I got one for me and my two kids and we took great delight in finding our names. I never took part in Red or Dead.
Ahhhh Gotcha thanks for that I had been under the impression they were part of the RorD deal …….. Mainly because someone who had been stood near me on the BB for a few years had told me this was the case , I even offered him good money for his shirt last year sometime as I didn't have one in my collection.
Thinking about it now when I asked where his name was he couldn't tell me ! Probably got it from someone else.
 

City_Slicker

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To be honest I'm not interested in watching it on iFollow - I prefer to listen to the matches on the radio.

Like Mr.Moxey said my priorities are my family. If individuals feel they can donate their season ticket monies to the club then fair play to them.
 

citytillidie72

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I bought a season ticket to primarily help the club out whilst not knowing when or if fans would be let back in. If I was on furlough or whatever i wouldn't have bought one. Watching the home games on ifollow may not be enough for some, but it's good enough for me. I won't be asking for a refund.
 

Matt Russell

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I bought a season ticket to primarily help the club out whilst not knowing when or if fans would be let back in. If I was on furlough or whatever i wouldn't have bought one. Watching the home games on ifollow may not be enough for some, but it's good enough for me. I won't be asking for a refund.
Is it unreasonable to ask individual season ticket holders what it is that they would like?
 

Grecian68

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Ahhhh Gotcha thanks for that I had been under the impression they were part of the RorD deal …….. Mainly because someone who had been stood near me on the BB for a few years had told me this was the case , I even offered him good money for his shirt last year sometime as I didn't have one in my collection.
 
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