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Re: Membership Tue Feb 23, 2021 10:18 am  

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jbuzza wrote:
Am I correct in thinking that we have 11 home games in the Championship with the first being scheduled on 25-Apr. Crowds will not be allowed to return any earlier than 17-May potenitally allowing some fans to attend the third home game against Bradford on 23-May ?



As far as I understand it , yes.
But it all comes with the big caveat that Johnson seemed to play down yesterday, all these dates given are 'at the earliest'.
Apart from sending all kids back to school in England on Monday week, none of these dates are actually set in stone.
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Re: Membership Tue Feb 23, 2021 11:11 am  

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wire-quin wrote:
Given the uncertainty of Covid the Half membership seems to be a good deal comparatively to the full membership. £10 entry per game allows flexibility and if you attend all games you pay a similar amount. Whether seating will be allocated for full members and you miss out on this im unsure.

The club should be applauded for the detailed and thorough communication. We just need clarification on where we will play.


Only received the one email overnight, but mine did not have the prices in? as you say they explained as much as they can currently.
Re: Membership Tue Feb 23, 2021 11:23 am  

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Bostwick wrote:
I am wondering as to what provision is being made for the youngsters.
The only mention is for a family ticket. Two adults and two U16s.
That may suit some, but not all.


Was thinking the same Bosty. Bit expensive if kids are treated as concessions but then the email doesn't set out that criteria either.
Re: Membership Tue Feb 23, 2021 12:17 pm  

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For me I think it will be a half membership and pay the £10 for the games that I want to attend.
Once I know where we are playing.
I do not think we will be troubled by capacity issues.
Re: Membership Tue Feb 23, 2021 12:36 pm  

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Be interesting to see if they throw in a parking package (or parking availabilty) once we know
A) where we will be playing and
B) when we can attend (if ever)

Not looking forward to street parking, that was one of the good points about Trailfinders and the Stoop, you had good parking options
Re: Membership Tue Feb 23, 2021 12:43 pm  

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crashmon wrote:
Be interesting to see if they throw in a parking package (or parking availabilty) once we know
A) where we will be playing and
B) when we can attend (if ever)

Not looking forward to street parking, that was one of the good points about Trailfinders and the Stoop, you had good parking options


Think parking will be very much at a premium. Doubt any around the ground at all. One of the problems of a ground in the middle of a housing estate. Suppose you might get away with parking on the trading estate opposite if you shop in Lidl, Wicks, etc.
Re: Membership Tue Feb 23, 2021 12:56 pm  

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Deadcowboys1 wrote:
Think parking will be very much at a premium. Doubt any around the ground at all. One of the problems of a ground in the middle of a housing estate. Suppose you might get away with parking on the trading estate opposite if you shop in Lidl, Wicks, etc.


Thanks for this, my Dad is getting on 80 and not really fit enough for two buses + train, so for us being able to park close is important, have to wait and see I guess, but Public transport not really option for us especially on a Sunday when its a reduced service.

We did use Public Transport when at Barnet, but that was just Train + Tube and he was more healthy then, so was not a big problem... Yes I know we could go without him, but its not the same, I can have a sensible converstion with him, if he is not there I'll be stuck having to listen to my brother argue with Big Cliffy for two hours on Fulham vs Brentford wendyball talk
Re: Membership Tue Feb 23, 2021 2:07 pm  

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Am I understanding this correctly, it is now going to be £120 per half membership plus £10 per game making it £120 per season per person more expensive. Im not complaining as its going to be a lot cheaper for me than my season ticket was but it could be a lot more for families and people on lower incomes and this could stop what little support was have.
Re: Membership Tue Feb 23, 2021 2:24 pm  

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As I see it parking will be a problem at Wimbledon.
The maths do not work for me. Full membership for the nine available games we are probably going to attend.£ 240.
Half membership £ 120 plus nine games at £10.Equals £ 210.
Umm.
Re: Membership Tue Feb 23, 2021 2:50 pm  
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The Dons site suggests it is disabled parking only on the day of a football match

https://www.afcwimbledon.co.uk/club/new ... tadium-qa/
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