- 28 Jan 2013
- Still working my bollocks off..
Fair point. But that ticket would be at the front of the queue anyway wouldn't it? And you should be blaming the club for allowing lifetime accumulation of points on tickets when no other major club does. That's been at the heart of the majority of issues we've had over away tickets and the like.
And there's also no way of knowing whether someone has been using a ticket for 10 years or more and has built up those points through their own attendance or whether they've only used it for a season.
There's 3 ways you could do it that we discussed
There's pros and cons with all of these.
- Only transfer over the 1000 points you get when you take out a season ticket
- Transfer all the points over
- Let the two parties say how they want the points split.
Well personally I'd start on the basis that the points were earnt by the named card holder so if someone else was using it for ten years then surely that wasn't in accordance with the T&Cs? That person then gets the points officially transferred over regardless of using a card they never officially had.
The other scenario is the one in my previous post whereby someone that has barely been to a game suddenly has a SC with a huge number of points.
I just don't see a case for the new card holder to get any more points than a totally new SC holder gets.