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Season Tickets Thu Feb 18, 2021 4:54 pm  

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Has anyone heard when the season tickets are going on sale,any information greatly appreciated
Re: Season Tickets Thu Feb 18, 2021 5:18 pm  

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warrior1872 wrote:
Has anyone heard when the season tickets are going on sale,any information greatly appreciated


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Re: Season Tickets Thu Feb 18, 2021 7:19 pm  

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We need an announcement
Re: Season Tickets Thu Feb 18, 2021 7:25 pm  

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What's so funny you plank,it's a similar question that needed a simple response,other teams have announced their season ticket plans
Re: Season Tickets Thu Feb 18, 2021 7:27 pm  

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What's so funny you plank,it's a similar question that needed a simple response,other teams have announced their season ticket plans


Well good for them. They probably have ticket staff too.

Seeing as we won't get to a game for at least 3 months, STs are probably the last thing on yhe clubs mind and rightfully so.
Re: Season Tickets Thu Feb 18, 2021 7:47 pm  

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I’m sure they will be on their minds but at the same time they’ll probably see no need to rush. They’re going to have to sell them on some sort of pro rata basis you’d imagine and at best it looks like fans won’t be in for the first couple of home games. The lack of a ticket office to sell them from will delay matters also.

I wonder if they might end up just selling tickets game to game for this season. It may be a case that only 2,000-3,000 are allowed in early doors in to lockdown easing, so it would take a headache of choosing who gets in away, just doing them on some sort of game by game ballot.
Re: Season Tickets Thu Feb 18, 2021 8:08 pm  

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I’m sure they will be on their minds but at the same time they’ll probably see no need to rush. They’re going to have to sell them on some sort of pro rata basis you’d imagine and at best it looks like fans won’t be in for the first couple of home games. The lack of a ticket office to sell them from will delay matters also.

I wonder if they might end up just selling tickets game to game for this season. It may be a case that only 2,000-3,000 are allowed in early doors in to lockdown easing, so it would take a headache of choosing who gets in away, just doing them on some sort of game by game ballot.


Those who gave the money back will have a ST for this season. Those who asked for a refund won't. They'll then decide based on how many fans we can have whether to sell tickets to individual games.
Re: Season Tickets Thu Feb 18, 2021 8:35 pm  

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I'm not convinced there will be season tickets this year. There is no incentive for the club to offer them when they know they will comfortably sell out whatever reduced capacity we are permitted when crowds return. Plus it removes any potential headaches caused by deciding which season ticket holders are allowed in (presuming they sell thousands and are initially allowed less in attendance) and working out refunds for games held behind closed doors, at neutral venues, postponed or cancelled. Better for them just to sell individual tickets at full price until we're allowed full capacity.
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Re: Season Tickets Thu Feb 18, 2021 8:43 pm  

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I'm not convinced there will be season tickets this year. There is no incentive for the club to offer them when they know they will comfortably sell out whatever reduced capacity we are permitted when crowds return. Plus it removes any potential headaches caused by deciding which season ticket holders are allowed in (presuming they sell thousands and are initially allowed less in attendance) and working out refunds for games held behind closed doors, at neutral venues, postponed or cancelled. Better for them just to sell individual tickets at full price until we're allowed full capacity.


Nail. Head.

Or alternatively....


Bloody rubbish Wigan.
Re: Season Tickets Thu Feb 18, 2021 8:46 pm  

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Grimmy wrote:
I'm not convinced there will be season tickets this year. There is no incentive for the club to offer them when they know they will comfortably sell out whatever reduced capacity we are permitted when crowds return. Plus it removes any potential headaches caused by deciding which season ticket holders are allowed in (presuming they sell thousands and are initially allowed less in attendance) and working out refunds for games held behind closed doors, at neutral venues, postponed or cancelled. Better for them just to sell individual tickets at full price until we're allowed full capacity.


The more I think about it, the more I think it may be the case. Season tickets come at a reduced cost for the ticket holder than if they were to go to every game and pay on the gate, so it takes headaches on refunds away and they will be getting top whack for each ticket they sell. The kids season tickets at £40 or whatever they are must account for a fair percentage of our overall season ticket holders and if the club instead sells kids tickets at a tenner or whatever per match, they’ll be earning good money on both adults and kids tickets and can keep evaluating the situation with maybe the possibility of selling half season tickets.

I suppose the risk would be getting past season ticket holders back in the future but that risk is there anyway.
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