Seasoncard Renewals 2017/18

Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by KingCarlito, 14 Apr 2017.

  1. cadds92

    cadds92

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    No worries.

    I was going to leave it regardless, but today I thought if I can relocate then great.

    I am going to pick and choose next season and prefer the away days more to be honest. That needs some serious wedge to do multiple times in a season, especially in Europe.
     
  2. alib

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    Cancelled my 2 season cards which I've had since Maine Road days this week - very sad now
     
  3. MadchesterCity

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    There will more than likely be some cracking seats available on Value Gold, its a case of fill in the spaces and if you get a great location you may be tempted to stay there paying full price the following season - when I changed to value gold I ended up with a much better seat than I had previously - luck of the draw though as it could be anywhere
     
  4. cyberblue

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    What a great gesture
     
  5. paulchapo

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    While things are better than they were they are still poor. My worst ever experience was against Gillingham in the play off final. I had been to loads of games home and away and kept all the ticket stubs. Our average attendance was around 28,000 and I think we got about 46,000 tickets. I am away working when the tickets go on sale. To my horror you couldn't phone up but had to go to the ground and queue which of course I couldn't do. I spent hours ringing every phone number at Maine Road only to get the engaged tone all the time, then the news came through they had sold out. No problem I was on the way home on Wednesday and thought I could stop off at Gillingham and buy one for their end, they got about 8,000 fans tops at the time. Sold out. There was some brief hope when a rumour spread extra tickets were on sale at the ground and I dashed down there. No tickets and the bloke in the office came out, locked up, wouldn't speak to us and got in his car and drove off. I got a ticket outside the ground but I was fuming I had been put into that situation in the first place.
     
  6. Corky

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    To save your wild,wild lives.
    To ne'er your fans embitter.
    To cease your sad demise tonight we toast
    THE DEATH OF CITY
     
  7. Brendan110_0

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    Strange that.......I remember lining up around the ground before the ticket office opened for 3 hours only to be told we had to call Piccadilly box office for them! Open sale though, mobile phone brick wasn't a help but my dad pulled through!
     
  8. paulchapo

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    I have no idea, as I said I only got home when all the tickets had sold out, I wasn't there when the sale started.
     
  9. mancityvstoke

    mancityvstoke

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    CHARLESTOWN Stop taking me seriously Back in 212
    The queues for Gillingham tickets were mental
     
  10. lazerblue

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    i joined the queue at 7am and got served at 2pm, god bless bernard halford, lovely bloke but coudnt run a piss up in a brewery
     

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