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2020 season tickets Wed Apr 01, 2020 5:59 pm  

JonnyBroad wrote:
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What's peoples thoughts on the season ticket situation should no more games take place or a reduced amount of games. Personally I would not want a refund for my season tickets. I paid last August for it so the money has well gone now. I would also happily continue and pay for next year this August. I have also recently set up an additional 2 lines on the lotto. Every little helps. The club will need its supporters to continue supporting during these tough months/year ahead.
Re: 2020 season tickets Wed Apr 01, 2020 8:06 pm  

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I work a rotating shift pattern and this was the first time in three seasons that the way our home fixtures dropped made it viable to buy a season ticket so sods law this has happened.
The money was budgeted for though so I won't be after a refund even if the club offers one, if my couple of hundred helps us have a club next year then it's money well spent as far as I'm concerned.
Not everyone's in the same boat as me though, I've been classified as a key worker so so far I'm still getting a steady wage, I fully appreciate others may need every penny they can get though and may need the money back.
Re: 2020 season tickets Wed Apr 01, 2020 8:28 pm  

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It was said about the football that clubs wouldn’t be obliged to give refunds/partial refunds as it’s an act of god. It will be a tough one to sort, hopefully it will only be a couple of months missed and the club could offer challenge cup and play off tickets for the season ticket holder who have missed out on games.
Re: 2020 season tickets Wed Apr 01, 2020 9:55 pm  

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I wouldn't ask for a refunds too am classed as a critical worker and I bought my season ticket last august,i would hope though if the season is scrapped then some sort of offer on next seasons ticket would come to play, say half price, for instance but I do fully understand if people do seek refunds when the time comes, money is going to be tight for most if not all of us.

I. do though think come hell or high water they will try and get the season played though.
Re: 2020 season tickets Thu Apr 02, 2020 6:10 am  

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A noble gesture, but as yet I haven't seen the same from within to take a pay freeze/cut.
Re: 2020 season tickets Thu Apr 02, 2020 7:34 am  

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I would think that any home games that aren’t played this year could be offset against next years season ticket. If we lose four games this year then it’s a simple calculation of. Season ticket price divided by total home games is £££ amount per game.
Multiply this figure by the amount of games lost and deduct this figure from next years season ticket. I probably went around the houses there but hopefully you get the gist :)
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Re: 2020 season tickets Thu Apr 02, 2020 7:40 am  

JonnyBroad wrote:
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hatty wrote:
I would think that any home games that aren’t played this year could be offset against next years season ticket. If we lose four games this year then it’s a simple calculation of. Season ticket price divided by total home games is £££ amount per game.
Multiply this figure by the amount of games lost and deduct this figure from next years season ticket. I probably went around the houses there but hopefully you get the gist :)



Then we lose more money as a club next year.
Re: 2020 season tickets Thu Apr 02, 2020 7:48 am  

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JonnyBroad wrote:
Then we lose more money as a club next year.

But you would keep the majority of season ticket holders. Whether it’s right or wrong some people will expect some kind of refund. I’m quite happy to pay full whack next season, there’s another option then..give people the choice whether to take the refund or pay full price.
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Re: 2020 season tickets Thu Apr 02, 2020 7:54 am  

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The vast majority of the Season Ticket holders will earn much less than the vast majority of the playing and coaching staff.

Where is the logic in the poor subsidising the lifestyle of the rich?
Re: 2020 season tickets Thu Apr 02, 2020 9:42 am  

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muttywhitedog wrote:
The vast majority of the Season Ticket holders will earn much less than the vast majority of the playing and coaching staff.

Where is the logic in the poor subsidising the lifestyle of the rich?


If it keeps the clubs head above water i am happy to take a hit. It is down to the individual person to make the call i suppose. I think anyone paying monthly will have a different view and probably rightly so. Even if the club offer any form of a refund or discount for next year i wouldn’t take it.
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