Season Ticket Renewal Thread (Read first post)

JCRD

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Just stop paying it, people. It's the only way to make them really listen.
That wont happen - i know if I sell it then i wont be getting an ST again

What will happen though is people will pay it then sell the majority of the games via ticket exchange - that way you get your money back, you pick the games you go to and you lose no money with worst case you losing one or two games that remain unsold....
 

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Just stop paying it, people. It's the only way to make them really listen.
It’s not that simple!

Stop paying and that’s season ticket gone. No chance of away tickets, struggling to get tickets for certain home games, zero chance of tickets should we reach a final etc

They increase because they know we’ll keep paying. If we don’t, those on the list behind will.

Maybe the players should donate wages to cover the season ticket increases. The increases amount to £800k or so. Just under £16k a week. I’m sure the squad can cover that
 

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It’s not that simple!

Stop paying and that’s season ticket gone. No chance of away tickets, struggling to get tickets for certain home games, zero chance of tickets should we reach a final etc

They increase because they know we’ll keep paying. If we don’t, those on the list behind will.

Maybe the players should donate wages to cover the season ticket increases. The increases amount to £800k or so. Just under £16k a week. I’m sure the squad can cover that
While you are at it maybe we could ask Dele for a cut of his new fashion label. :LOL:
 

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If you normally spend a tenner or twenty quid at the stadium on a match day just spend it outside the stadium for a couple of games. If your that desperate for the club not to get the money.
 

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Basically they’re going up next season but then there’s no increase for two years. No fuss really is it, if I can’t afford to spend £15 over three years then I shouldn’t be buying a season ticket.
 

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Basically they’re going up next season but then there’s no increase for two years. No fuss really is it, if I can’t afford to spend £15 over three years then I shouldn’t be buying a season ticket.
I agree that the price isnt high (my EE contract went up by RPI so Spurs pale into comparison) but conversely what is the club trying to get out of a minimal increase which perhaps equates to circa £3m over two or three years? I read on twuitter we are the 4th most financially powerful club in the world.... so some goodwill towards the fans etc wouldnt have gone amiss after spending an extra £x amount on this years season ticket.
 

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Switched loyalties or has it shut?
From an ESPN Special:

"In this fall... this is very tough... in this fall I'm going to take my talents to Bruce Grove and join Dixy Chicken. I feel like it's going to give me the best opportunity to eat chicken and to feast for multiple years, and not only just to feast in the regular season or just to eat five wings in a row or three fillet strips in a row, I want to be able to eat buckets. And I feel like I can compete up there."
 

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From an ESPN Special:

"In this fall... this is very tough... in this fall I'm going to take my talents to Bruce Grove and join Dixy Chicken. I feel like it's going to give me the best opportunity to eat chicken and to feast for multiple years, and not only just to feast in the regular season or just to eat five wings in a row or three fillet strips in a row, I want to be able to eat buckets. And I feel like I can compete up there."
Cash only though boss.
 

spursfan77

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I agree that the price isnt high (my EE contract went up by RPI so Spurs pale into comparison) but conversely what is the club trying to get out of a minimal increase which perhaps equates to circa £3m over two or three years? I read on twuitter we are the 4th most financially powerful club in the world.... so some goodwill towards the fans etc wouldnt have gone amiss after spending an extra £x amount on this years season ticket.
They don’t give a fuck. Just stop buying the food and drink in the stadium. That’s the easy way to do it. Mine’s still just about less than I used to pay in the old stadium anyway.
 

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They don’t give a fuck. Just stop buying the food and drink in the stadium. That’s the easy way to do it. Mine’s still just about less than I used to pay in the old stadium anyway.
Finding it hard to not have a beer at half time tbh.
 

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I’m struggling to now see the benefits of having a ST over being a +member. The absolute main concept of any ST has pretty much been lost which is value. Companies generally offer a ST to anything like a Gym or a Club because you get each individual visit at a cheaper price, which now does not apply to the stadium. Secondly the simple fact of getting in, which was applicable at the old stadium. Now apart from very few games you will get into every game. In fact you don’t even need to be a member to get into probably 50% of games which for many is more than enough. You’re really counting on sentimental loyalty. Even if you gave up a ST my guess is you’d have a very good chance of getting it back next season.
 

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I can't see it, but is there any official word on relocations? (barring the couple of sentences about those in the south stand wanting to move if it becomes standing).
 

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I’m struggling to now see the benefits of having a ST over being a +member. The absolute main concept of any ST has pretty much been lost which is value. Companies generally offer a ST to anything like a Gym or a Club because you get each individual visit at a cheaper price, which now does not apply to the stadium. Secondly the simple fact of getting in, which was applicable at the old stadium. Now apart from very few games you will get into every game. In fact you don’t even need to be a member to get into probably 50% of games which for many is more than enough. You’re really counting on sentimental loyalty. Even if you gave up a ST my guess is you’d have a very good chance of getting it back next season.
The only benefit, and that’s still not a given with the number of ST holders now, is the possibility of cup final?
 
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