Season tickets - 2022/23 - on sale

Super Ronnie Jepson

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And should your battery happen to die....tough luck (as increasing numbers of rail travellers are now finding to their huge cost when the "Revenue Protection Gestapo" happen to be on their particular train.

Technology is wonderful when it works...but when it fails?????
Then you go to a ticket booth, give the lovely people your details and they print a ticket. I had to do this a couple of times when I left my paper one at home. Never happened though last season with my e-ticket 😉
 

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Then you go to a ticket booth, give the lovely people your details and they print a ticket. I had to do this a couple of times when I left my paper one at home. Never happened though last season with my e-ticket 😉
I've had to do that as well on occasion. Always feel a bit sheepish doing but there is this lovely guy called Mike who sorts it all for you no bother 😉
 

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Still can't see that season ticket sales is any indication of financial success over the season. Its been identified that last season ST sales were low following uncertainly after twelve months of coronavirus. We however did pull in decent crowds particularly during our exciting run in, those crowds were largely paying full price. I estimate that I spent £340 on tickets last year and yet next season I will only have spent £249, must be the same for many fans. Can't see any reason to celebrate our sales, especially with inflation raging at 10%.
 

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Still can't see that season ticket sales is any indication of financial success over the season. Its been identified that last season ST sales were low following uncertainly after twelve months of coronavirus. We however did pull in decent crowds particularly during our exciting run in, those crowds were largely paying full price. I estimate that I spent £340 on tickets last year and yet next season I will only have spent £249, must be the same for many fans. Can't see any reason to celebrate our sales, especially with inflation raging at 10%.
It is guaranteed income to the club which surely has to be a good thing. It is also an indication of a larger number of fans at the ground so potential sales in the bars, canteens and club shop. They will still get plenty of walk ins on day to add what is already on the coffers. I'm wondering what the potential avarage attendance will be. Hopefully +6k with all the tickets sold. Its amazing to see our club securing more fans in light of the state of inflation etc we are all witnessing.
 
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