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BOLLI27 Posted on 10/02/2020 16:18
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Its the time of year when we are about to be asked to take advantage of a cut price season ticket. will you be renewing &taking advantage of a discount or holding back perhaps ?
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TythyBlue Posted on 10/02/2020 16:20
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Itís not even a question. 1000% donít buy.
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saltpie Posted on 10/02/2020 16:38
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Didn't this season for the first time in years so I certainly won't unless the ownership changes
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Star_Laner Posted on 10/02/2020 16:44
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Absolutely not. This season is the first season for years I have not bought a season ticket and not attended a home game for some time now. I am not putting another pound in that criminal's pocket. That said I am not one of the people who are saying ďIf you buy a ticket youíre part of the problemĒ ..what people choose to do with their money and Saturday afternoons is up to them.
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bollingtonblue Posted on 10/02/2020 16:58
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The early bird season tickets will only sell in any quantity once there has been a change of ownership. It would be counter-productive to offer them for sale until this happens.
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oilboil Posted on 10/02/2020 16:59
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If they offer a sub £200 adult (as in not concession) season ticket I'll buy it whether Amar nicks the cash or not.

Whoever buys the club will have to honour the ticket so I'll be happy.

The current prices are in my mind close to daylight robbery - next to no incentive to buy as season ticket if you think you might have to miss a match or two due to work (or boycotts)
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oilboil Posted on 10/02/2020 17:02
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"The early bird season tickets will only sell in any quantity once there has been a change of ownership. It would be counter-productive to offer them for sale until this happens."

Unless he wants to stick the new owners with a difficult situation.

Lets say he sells season tickets at £150 each, the new owner can't then come in and ask for £350 there would be a riot

Equally they couldn't put it up more than about £50 a season for the same reasons, so he'd get at least 3 seasons of "happiness" out of such a tactic
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lymeview Posted on 10/02/2020 20:12
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I have bought the early tickets since they were first introduced. As I aim to go to the all games it just makes financial sense for me. If the same offer comes long this season I will certainly buy it.
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Skolender Posted on 10/02/2020 20:23
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Phil Ive had one (and our Steve) since the early 1980s as you well know. I will not be renewing if AA is still in charge.
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silkmen_away Posted on 19/02/2020 02:19
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I believe that the OS put season ticket prices out for this self harm of a season a year ago today. Will there be a price increase, super discount, or will AA further torment us by not even offering an early bird discount at all?
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MenorahTableofShowbread Posted on 19/02/2020 13:55
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Or perhaps he doesn't plan to sell any as he only plans to allow in Ron Ipstone, 4evermacc and oilboil?
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Waloc Posted on 19/02/2020 14:51
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i will buy one if it saves me money.

what point does not buying make except that you do not appreciate saving.
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madbrian Posted on 19/02/2020 16:59
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Definitely do NOT buy

If the club are lucky enough to survive the season and stay up Amar needs to be starved of any money, starting with season ticket money
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oilboil Posted on 19/02/2020 17:01
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I can't control who owns the club, but I can control whether or not I waste money when it comes to buying my ticket.

So if the deal is good enough I'm buying regardless of who is in charge
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maccman Posted on 19/02/2020 18:29
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But if you buy one and then the club goes bump you will lose your money. Itís a situation thatís entirely plausible if the present owner remains in place. Personally, I wonít be buying one again until he goes and if that costs me a bit more under a new owner Iíll be quite happy to pay up.
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boomer22 Posted on 19/02/2020 22:13
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If they are taking credit cards it's covered, anyone know if they do or are they barred because of bad credit? Might be a silly question.
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oilboil Posted on 20/02/2020 08:01
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The Credit Card companies have not allowed season tickets (for any club) to be bought on them for many years. For exactly this reason.

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Star_Laner Posted on 20/02/2020 10:07
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"The Credit Card companies have not allowed season tickets (for any club) to be bought on them for many years. For exactly this reason."

That doesn't sound right. I just checked a few premier league clubs season ticket policies and they all accept all major credit cards for season ticket purchases.

Are you meaning clubs in the lower leagues don't accept credit cards for season ticket purchases?

I remember when you could only buy your season ticket for MTFC in cash or PayPal. Amateur.
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macchiavelli Posted on 20/02/2020 10:28
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Early bird = dead duck unless something radically changes.
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oilboil Posted on 20/02/2020 10:49
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It's a risk - but a small one.

If the club remains in Amar's hands then there will be games next season.

If it is bought then the purchaser will have to honour the tickets already bought

If we go pop and have to Phoenix, I can't see the new club alienating life-long fans by making them pay again - they would be within their rights to do this, but I can't see it happening
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