Away Loyalty Points

DiscoD1882

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#21
There are a few good Facebook groups that only let you sell for face value, has got me to both Everton and Cardiff over Christmas. It is what it is, those with 350+ points deserve the tickets and even if they miss a few over the season their loyalty should realistically be rewarded imo.
I am not disputing they are loyal. But there are only a finite number of away tickets. There has to be a chance for others to get. Even if you apply 10 times and get put into
A ballot.

Cheers for the info about the Facebook group though. Will have a look. 👍

EDIT: Just seen @SUIYHA ’s post. Great minds sir great minds.
 

Lighty64

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#22
I struggle to even go to home games these days so wouldn't be able to consider away games (not like the 80's when I was part of the supporters club)

anyway when I did have a season ticket in the early noughty's there used to be an away ST (might of only been for disabled), do they not have that in place? I think they still have it in place for disabled ST holders
 

evoid

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#23
I struggle to even go to home games these days so wouldn't be able to consider away games (not like the 80's when I was part of the supporters club)

anyway when I did have a season ticket in the early noughty's there used to be an away ST (might of only been for disabled), do they not have that in place? I think they still have it in place for disabled ST holders
I think there is one still in place (platinum membership), but you can no longer apply for it. My old man had one for 13 years, up until the 16/17 season. After he gave it up, he tried to get one again for last season and the club told him they were no longer open to new applications, but only open to renewals of those who still held them. Not sure if that was still the case this season though, and think there is only a few hundred tickets.
 

riggi

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#24
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I struggle to even go to home games these days so wouldn't be able to consider away games (not like the 80's when I was part of the supporters club)

anyway when I did have a season ticket in the early noughty's there used to be an away ST (might of only been for disabled), do they not have that in place? I think they still have it in place for disabled ST holders
I would 100% swap my st for an away season ticket.
 
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