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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by dickie davies, 20 Apr 2017 at 9:34 AM.
We could have a McManaman membership to encourage people to pay extra for a different category.
Replace it with a free tickets to games.
What about a small away allocation of tickets for cityzens? say 100 per game on a first come first served basis, allocation dependant of course? Not to undermine those with LP's though. If city stopped creaming off tickets for agencies then they could possibly do this. Thoughts?
If it was a McManaman membership surely it would have to be - pay extra for sod all or is that the Nigel Clough membership I am confusing it with?
At least one other club do it in the PL. When I missed out on a ticket for Burnley away I went on their website, joined the 'Clarets Club' (can't remember it's proper name), free of charge and bought a ticket in the Burnley end. Simple.
It would be pay a lot for sod all but you get lots of points.
Have a scanner inside the ground. Anyone scanning after the end of the match gets £1 credit bonus for staying to the end.
Just get rid of the ridiculous fee. It's peanuts to City. But it put's City fans off signing up.
Maybe Yaya could donate a weeks wage and we could all have free cityzen cards , he would be remembered as a legend and his agents antics instantly forgotten
Dont see the problem, my daughter doesnt have one and gets tickets when she wants, my son and myself buy the cityzen membership, but get the money back by going to 6 games, plus our 10% shop discount. Fans are free to choose whatever suits them no big deal.