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1 hour ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

Tough- sit wherever. 

If its that full, then I'm sure they can open another tier.

Far too many problems thrown up, to what is an easy solution.

Not likely to be full, just that we'll probably struggle to get 2 or 3 seats together in East or West, from about Friday onwards.  Can't see top tiers opening, NSL would have to be full first and that's not going to happen.

Hard to judge what the demand will be, I'm going to guess about 8k home fans.

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14 hours ago, gonzo said:

Why cant they send out digital QR codes?

It makes absolute sense logically and is absolutely possible with the right effort and coordination. However, there is a little bit more to it and no club has been brave enough to try it yet apart from DMB’s who tried it for one friendly with Everton and promptly sacked it off as a bad job. 

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9 hours ago, Leyther_Matt said:

It makes absolute sense logically and is absolutely possible with the right effort and coordination. However, there is a little bit more to it and no club has been brave enough to try it yet apart from DMB’s who tried it for one friendly with Everton and promptly sacked it off as a bad job. 

The Wycombe away when we didn't know if we had a team to support, did QR codes. Worked fine (other than me stood there scanning 30 odd lads through the turnstiles) 

It's very easily done with a bit of effort 

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8 hours ago, BOWTUN BAKED said:

The Wycombe away when we didn't know if we had a team to support, did QR codes. Worked fine (other than me stood there scanning 30 odd lads through the turnstiles) 

It's very easily done with a bit of effort 

Don’t forget we had to buy directly through Wycombe - and later Tranmere - for that though so there wasn’t any sort of season ticket priority etc (albeit we literally didn’t have any season tickets at that point) so that would be carnage for 1,100 Fleetwood tickets

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16 minutes ago, Leyther_Matt said:

Don’t forget we had to buy directly through Wycombe - and later Tranmere - for that though so there wasn’t any sort of season ticket priority etc (albeit we literally didn’t have any season tickets at that point) so that would be carnage for 1,100 Fleetwood tickets

What sort of system do you need to introduce previous booking history?

heard yesterday that the club was looking to do this for fleetwood but currently it can’t be done? 

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1 hour ago, radcliffe white said:

What sort of system do you need to introduce previous booking history?

heard yesterday that the club was looking to do this for fleetwood but currently it can’t be done? 

Just a case of ticking a box on the system really. Shouldn’t even be an issue in backdating it given, in theory, every ticket is assigned to a person because of the membership scheme and/or selling out at one per season ticket.

Shame they didn’t carry it on when they brought in something similar for the Burton away game the week before the Wilbraham game. 

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19 minutes ago, Leyther_Matt said:

Just a case of ticking a box on the system really. Shouldn’t even be an issue in backdating it given, in theory, every ticket is assigned to a person because of the membership scheme and/or selling out at one per season ticket.

Shame they didn’t carry it on when they brought in something similar for the Burton away game the week before the Wilbraham game. 

Don't know how much it would skew things in the bigger picture, but I've used mate's membership numbers to get away tickets for non members

So the lucky donor of the membership number gets the credit for going to a game that they didn't go to

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1 hour ago, Leyther_Matt said:

Just a case of ticking a box on the system really. Shouldn’t even be an issue in backdating it given, in theory, every ticket is assigned to a person because of the membership scheme and/or selling out at one per season ticket.

Shame they didn’t carry it on when they brought in something similar for the Burton away game the week before the Wilbraham game. 

My thought, even for few seasons 2002-4 they managed it on previous games as priority 

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1100 tickets for Fleetwood?

Wonder what that equates to after the club have some for staff, the away season ticket holders have theirs and box holders have theirs?

I'd wager not many even make it to the online sale.

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15 minutes ago, Traf said:

1100 tickets for Fleetwood?

Wonder what that equates to after the club have some for staff, the away season ticket holders have theirs and box holders have theirs?

I'd wager not many even make it to the online sale.

yep, I'll agree with that, it's fastest finger first jobby for the few.  Anyhow, I won't have that problem, I'll be trying to get friendly with some bar staff somewhere in Adu Dhabi to put it on for me 😉

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Mentioned it before but bristol rovers end of season

Any proper clued up club would have a plan in place already

Not something they come up with a week before

It should take into account buying history

Even now, contrary to what Hart would tell us, theyve no idea who is going to away games

As anybody who gets online for the rocking horse shit games knows its all about getting the number of tickets asap and assigning to the easiest client refs in your network

 

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2 hours ago, Casino said:

Mentioned it before but bristol rovers end of season

Any proper clued up club would have a plan in place already

Not something they come up with a week before

It should take into account buying history

Even now, contrary to what Hart would tell us, theyve no idea who is going to away games

As anybody who gets online for the rocking horse shit games knows its all about getting the number of tickets asap and assigning to the easiest client refs in your network

 

As I posted earlier, ever since that Burton away game (one day’s priority for 7+ away games IIRC), I’ve made sure to assign our tickets properly.

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3 hours ago, Casino said:

Mentioned it before but bristol rovers end of season

Any proper clued up club would have a plan in place already

Not something they come up with a week before

It should take into account buying history

Even now, contrary to what Hart would tell us, theyve no idea who is going to away games

As anybody who gets online for the rocking horse shit games knows its all about getting the number of tickets asap and assigning to the easiest client refs in your network

 

But that's how buying history works 

You assign a person to a ticket when it's bought 

The club can't do anything about folk assigning someone else to a ticket bought 

Unless you want to go back to postal applications where you send vouchers and ticket office staff manually go through applications and update the system themselves 

Fuck that 

 

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The issue is that it loves to time out

Ive about 20 client refs and have on occasion had to buy double figures

Its set at maximum of 10 so its just get em in the basket and get them assigned before the next batch

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17 hours ago, jeep said:

Royal Mail staff have called off their strikes until November 12th.

Presume that the ticket office will now be sending out match tickets?

 

Asked the ticket office this morning, still collection only despite strike being called off. But others can go and collect on your behalf if they provide your details etc 

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Yeah they have all your history there but they mustn't be able to block a season ticket holder, who doesn't meet whatever purchase history criteria, buying a ticket it seems.

I know the ticket office will be busy on Saturday but collection from 5pm onwards that day, would've been much more convenient for most.

 

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52 minutes ago, Marc505 said:

Asked the ticket office this morning, still collection only despite strike being called off. But others can go and collect on your behalf if they provide your details etc 

So once again Neil Hart is proving he's a cunt........

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7 minutes ago, jeep said:

So once again Neil Hart is proving he's a cunt........

They're saying Fleetwood aren't doing duplicates for any lost tickets, so sticking with collection. Your point still stands though....

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