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Folk about moaned about the club's perilous financial position for several of the past few years. They've complained about how badly managed the club was and now that the current owners are trying to

Just rang to sort mine and tickets for next two home games.  Mentioned to woman in ticket office how good staff have been over last few months.  Her reply......’Well we all love the club.’ 

We likely wouldn’t have a club to watch on iFollow...

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12 hours ago, captainmed said:

Sounds like a load of pissing about.

Just pay for individual games.

I really don’t understand the point in buying a ST when it’s unlikely to get you into the ground before year end anyway.

I-follow is only a fiver each if there’s 2 of you watching.

If there’s 7 games a month that’s £70, 2 season tickets costing me £50 a month on DD and I am supporting the club. 

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46 minutes ago, Mounts Kipper said:

If there’s 7 games a month that’s £70, 2 season tickets costing me £50 a month on DD and I am supporting the club. 

Mounts Factcheck - You only get codes for home matches

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6 minutes ago, Gonk said:

Mounts Factcheck - You only get codes for home matches

Oh well, then it’s £30/40 monthly DD for season ticket and similar for ifollow if we play 3 home games a month. Season ticket is a no brainer, especially as it funds our club. 

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I do wonder if  - when  things get back to normal - they could use the fact that an ST could allow for a combo of physical and virtual attendance, in order to keep exiled fans on board. So maybe not even reduce the ST price (by much anyway) but say if you bought one of the combo ones you got to use it 12 times at turnstiles and 11 times for "free" iFollow access. Up to you which games you use for what - but after you've attended 12 times that season it won't work on the door for example. That way people who know they've no chance of most mid-weeks etc can still be encouraged to spend upfront on the ST.

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14 hours ago, captainmed said:

Sounds like a load of pissing about.

Just pay for individual games.

I really don’t understand the point in buying a ST when it’s unlikely to get you into the ground before year end anyway.

I-follow is only a fiver each if there’s 2 of you watching.

Mounts is right, if everyone did that we may not have a club.

Obviously some people are not in a position to buy a ST which is fair enough.

The 8k ST's we have sold could be the difference between BWFC existing or going down the pan.

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1 hour ago, Farrelli said:

Mounts is right, if everyone did that we may not have a club.

Obviously some people are not in a position to buy a ST which is fair enough.

The 8k ST's we have sold could be the difference between BWFC existing or going down the pan.

I think probably half that number would be enough for us to survive, but there’s a big difference between surviving and thriving. We’ve done enough of the former, and it’s ace to see the fans play their part in hopefully helping to achieve the latter. 

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6 hours ago, SatanGreavsie said:

I do wonder if  - when  things get back to normal - they could use the fact that an ST could allow for a combo of physical and virtual attendance, in order to keep exiled fans on board. So maybe not even reduce the ST price (by much anyway) but say if you bought one of the combo ones you got to use it 12 times at turnstiles and 11 times for "free" iFollow access. Up to you which games you use for what - but after you've attended 12 times that season it won't work on the door for example. That way people who know they've no chance of most mid-weeks etc can still be encouraged to spend upfront on the ST.

Without thinking it through - that sounds like a great idea.  My only concern is that if watching on i-follow becomes an acceptable, regular alternative to turning up, there will be even less of us there for that midweek November night against Cheltenham than there would have been.

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18 minutes ago, Johnnyrotten said:

Without thinking it through - that sounds like a great idea.  My only concern is that if watching on i-follow becomes an acceptable, regular alternative to turning up, there will be even less of us there for that midweek November night against Cheltenham than there would have been.

I have got a 2 hour journey each way for home games this season; last home game I went to was Peterborough in the promotion game and Blackpool the home game before that. Now that I am back in Worcestershire I want to get more games home and away but I agree it could become too easy to sit on the armchair and watch the game. 

Once we can attend its best to get us going; might be good for the club though to sell iFollow for the ones who dont want to bother

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1 hour ago, Johnnyrotten said:

Without thinking it through - that sounds like a great idea.  My only concern is that if watching on i-follow becomes an acceptable, regular alternative to turning up, there will be even less of us there for that midweek November night against Cheltenham than there would have been.

I assume you haven't listened to the two half wits who commentate on our games - as well as giving shout outs to any morons who email Bolton FM - they must be the worlds worst commentators EVER

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49 minutes ago, bwfc2003 said:

I assume you haven't listened to the two half wits who commentate on our games - as well as giving shout outs to any morons who email Bolton FM - they must be the worlds worst commentators EVER

Oh I don't know about that, I enjoyed them telling me that Owen Coyle was up front for us against Crewe 

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I might be chatting complete and utter shite here so apologies in advance but I was thinking about what I posted re what Andy Holt had said about how iFollow revenue works for clubs and it struck me that although every season ticket holder will have a code to watch the game loads of them might go unused because of people watching it with their families at home.

If the money gets split depending on how many subscribers a club has to a particular game then it might be worth making sure every possible code is redeemed for every possible game, just means registering a different account for iFollow for every season ticket and then logging on and entering the code for each game.

Fully prepared to accept that might be a load of bollocks though.

 

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