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rich1471

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #270 on July 21, 2021, 06:19:24 am by rich1471 »
Fans attending sports venues with capacities of about 20,000 or more may be required to show proof of full vaccination from the end of September, under plans being considered by the government, looks like no need of proof of a vaccination next season , from the BBC



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Chris Black come back

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #271 on July 21, 2021, 12:16:20 pm by Chris Black come back »
Plenty of grounds in League One with capacities bigger than that. Sunderland, Ipswich, MK Dons, Hillsborough, Bolton, Wigan, Portsmouth, Charlton.
« Last Edit: July 21, 2021, 12:20:00 pm by Chris Black come back »

DonnyBazR0ver

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #272 on July 22, 2021, 06:54:38 pm by DonnyBazR0ver »
Happy to say I bought my ST today along with 4 others in our group. Really looking forward to getting back. We're Going 4 It!

Good to see the club have provided a match guide for the Newcastle game listing the measures in place which gives us a flavour of what might be ahead for the start of the league programme.

https://www.doncasterroversfc.co.uk/news/2021/july/match-guide-newcastle-united/

Filo

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #273 on July 22, 2021, 07:05:27 pm by Filo »
What time is KO tomorrow

Redandwhite

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #274 on July 22, 2021, 07:42:36 pm by Redandwhite »
How many season tickets have we sold?

oliver

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #275 on July 22, 2021, 07:55:32 pm by oliver »
When will season cards be available for collection

silent majority

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #276 on July 23, 2021, 09:38:12 am by silent majority »
There will probably be a detailed announcement on all these issues sometime today.


Redandwhite

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #277 on July 23, 2021, 10:39:55 am by Redandwhite »
Barnsley have sold 11k and have stopped selling season tickets as they don't think they will be able to go to full capacity

They're 70 quid cheaper than ours. Partner dad paid 250 on halfway line for next season!
That's excellent .
Ours are clearly overpriced, and  feel it's not been appreciated me donating the remainder of my 19/20 season ticket money .
Won't be doing that again .

vaya

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #278 on July 23, 2021, 10:42:04 am by vaya »
Barnsley have sold 11k and have stopped selling season tickets as they don't think they will be able to go to full capacity

They're 70 quid cheaper than ours. Partner dad paid 250 on halfway line for next season!
That's excellent .
Ours are clearly overpriced, and  feel it's not been appreciated me donating the remainder of my 19/20 season ticket money .
Won't be doing that again .

A nation mourns.

DonnyBazR0ver

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #279 on July 23, 2021, 10:45:45 am by DonnyBazR0ver »
No they're not clearly overpriced. That may be your opinion but there are many more out there who feel they are getting good value for money.

Redandwhite

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #280 on July 23, 2021, 10:47:21 am by Redandwhite »
Barnsley have sold 11k and have stopped selling season tickets as they don't think they will be able to go to full capacity

They're 70 quid cheaper than ours. Partner dad paid 250 on halfway line for next season!
That's excellent .
Ours are clearly overpriced, and  feel it's not been appreciated me donating the remainder of my 19/20 season ticket money .
Won't be doing that again .

A nation mourns.
Time you grew up and contributed to this forum like an adult .
You literally bring nothing .
We can continue this in person if you wish, until I'm going to ignore you as the keyboard warrior you are .

vaya

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #281 on July 23, 2021, 10:48:17 am by vaya »
Barnsley have sold 11k and have stopped selling season tickets as they don't think they will be able to go to full capacity

They're 70 quid cheaper than ours. Partner dad paid 250 on halfway line for next season!
That's excellent .
Ours are clearly overpriced, and  feel it's not been appreciated me donating the remainder of my 19/20 season ticket money .
Won't be doing that again .

A nation mourns.
Time you grew up and contributed to this forum like an adult .
You literally bring nothing .
We can continue this in person if you wish, until I'm going to ignore you as the keyboard warrior you are .

Free hit for me. Ace.

DonnyOsmond

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #282 on July 23, 2021, 10:57:30 am by DonnyOsmond »
Barnsley have sold 11k and have stopped selling season tickets as they don't think they will be able to go to full capacity

They're 70 quid cheaper than ours. Partner dad paid 250 on halfway line for next season!
That's excellent .
Ours are clearly overpriced, and  feel it's not been appreciated me donating the remainder of my 19/20 season ticket money .
Won't be doing that again .

You know we get multiple years discount, so if this Barnsley discount is just this year than ours over 5 years is saving us a lot more?

silent majority

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #283 on July 23, 2021, 11:08:56 am by silent majority »
Barnsley have sold 11k and have stopped selling season tickets as they don't think they will be able to go to full capacity

They're 70 quid cheaper than ours. Partner dad paid 250 on halfway line for next season!
That's excellent .
Ours are clearly overpriced, and  feel it's not been appreciated me donating the remainder of my 19/20 season ticket money .
Won't be doing that again .

What was that big sacrifice you made? Was it it 2 or 3 games during a really difficult period for the whole nation?

Your contribution needs to be documented for posterity.

Padge_DRFC

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #284 on July 23, 2021, 11:20:16 am by Padge_DRFC »
Barnsley have sold 11k and have stopped selling season tickets as they don't think they will be able to go to full capacity

They're 70 quid cheaper than ours. Partner dad paid 250 on halfway line for next season!
That's excellent .
Ours are clearly overpriced, and  feel it's not been appreciated me donating the remainder of my 19/20 season ticket money .
Won't be doing that again .

You know we get multiple years discount, so if this Barnsley discount is just this year than ours over 5 years is saving us a lot more?

Not sure they are usually slightly cheaper than us every year. I just think Barnsley are rrally cheap not that we're overpriced at all. No doubt that will also be the lowest ST price in the Championship

Metalmicky

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #285 on July 23, 2021, 11:20:48 am by Metalmicky »
Barnsley have sold 11k and have stopped selling season tickets as they don't think they will be able to go to full capacity

They're 70 quid cheaper than ours. Partner dad paid 250 on halfway line for next season!
That's excellent .
Ours are clearly overpriced, and  feel it's not been appreciated me donating the remainder of my 19/20 season ticket money .
Won't be doing that again .

What was that big sacrifice you made? Was it it 2 or 3 games during a really difficult period for the whole nation?

Your contribution needs to be documented for posterity.


Perhaps a plaque...???   :lol: :lol: :lol:

GazLaz

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #286 on July 23, 2021, 11:22:52 am by GazLaz »
Barnsley have sold 11k and have stopped selling season tickets as they don't think they will be able to go to full capacity

They're 70 quid cheaper than ours. Partner dad paid 250 on halfway line for next season!
That's excellent .
Ours are clearly overpriced, and  feel it's not been appreciated me donating the remainder of my 19/20 season ticket money .
Won't be doing that again .

What was that big sacrifice you made? Was it it 2 or 3 games during a really difficult period for the whole nation?

Your contribution needs to be documented for posterity.


Perhaps a plaque...???   :lol: :lol: :lol:

Statue I say.

Redandwhite

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #287 on July 23, 2021, 12:10:39 pm by Redandwhite »
Barnsley have sold 11k and have stopped selling season tickets as they don't think they will be able to go to full capacity

They're 70 quid cheaper than ours. Partner dad paid 250 on halfway line for next season!
That's excellent .
Ours are clearly overpriced, and  feel it's not been appreciated me donating the remainder of my 19/20 season ticket money .
Won't be doing that again .

What was that big sacrifice you made? Was it it 2 or 3 games during a really difficult period for the whole nation?

Your contribution needs to be documented for posterity.
Perhaps a reply to the email I sent explaining that I was donating the money .

But no, didn't even get a reply, never mind a thank you. 

But don't let that stop you being your sarcastic and pedantic self.  thought you were stepping down anyway ?

Infact, you know what ? it would be better all round when you do, especially for the club .

ravenrover

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #288 on July 23, 2021, 12:14:03 pm by ravenrover »
Barnsley have sold 11k and have stopped selling season tickets as they don't think they will be able to go to full capacity

They're 70 quid cheaper than ours. Partner dad paid 250 on halfway line for next season!
That's excellent .
Ours are clearly overpriced, and  feel it's not been appreciated me donating the remainder of my 19/20 season ticket money .
Won't be doing that again .

What was that big sacrifice you made? Was it it 2 or 3 games during a really difficult period for the whole nation?

Your contribution needs to be documented for posterity.
Perhaps a reply to the email I sent explaining that I was donating the money .

But no, didn't even get a reply, never mind a thank you. 

But don't let that stop you being your sarcastic and pedantic self.  thought you were stepping down anyway ?

Infact, you know what ? it would be better all round when you do, especially for the club .
Barnsley have sold 11k and have stopped selling season tickets as they don't think they will be able to go to full capacity

They're 70 quid cheaper than ours. Partner dad paid 250 on halfway line for next season!
That's excellent .
Ours are clearly overpriced, and  feel it's not been appreciated me donating the remainder of my 19/20 season ticket money .
Won't be doing that again .
Is partner Dad an OAP?
I think Gavin on behalf of the club has expressed their thanks on numerous occasions not everyone expects a personal thank you
« Last Edit: July 23, 2021, 12:16:20 pm by ravenrover »

Padge_DRFC

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #289 on July 23, 2021, 12:21:01 pm by Padge_DRFC »
Barnsley have sold 11k and have stopped selling season tickets as they don't think they will be able to go to full capacity

They're 70 quid cheaper than ours. Partner dad paid 250 on halfway line for next season!
That's excellent .
Ours are clearly overpriced, and  feel it's not been appreciated me donating the remainder of my 19/20 season ticket money .
Won't be doing that again .

What was that big sacrifice you made? Was it it 2 or 3 games during a really difficult period for the whole nation?

Your contribution needs to be documented for posterity.
Perhaps a reply to the email I sent explaining that I was donating the money .

But no, didn't even get a reply, never mind a thank you. 

But don't let that stop you being your sarcastic and pedantic self.  thought you were stepping down anyway ?

Infact, you know what ? it would be better all round when you do, especially for the club .
Barnsley have sold 11k and have stopped selling season tickets as they don't think they will be able to go to full capacity

They're 70 quid cheaper than ours. Partner dad paid 250 on halfway line for next season!
That's excellent .
Ours are clearly overpriced, and  feel it's not been appreciated me donating the remainder of my 19/20 season ticket money .
Won't be doing that again .
Is partner Dad an OAP?
I think Gavin on behalf of the club has expressed their thanks on numerous occasions not everyone expects a personal thank you

Nope he's 56

DonnyBazR0ver

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #290 on July 23, 2021, 12:26:27 pm by DonnyBazR0ver »
Barnsley have sold 11k and have stopped selling season tickets as they don't think they will be able to go to full capacity

They're 70 quid cheaper than ours. Partner dad paid 250 on halfway line for next season!

I would have expected a seat for that! Surely he'll be escorted off the pitch when the game starts!!??

My mates just paid £265 for his seat in West A at the glorious Keepmoat, as have many others hopefully.

silent majority

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #291 on July 23, 2021, 12:46:38 pm by silent majority »
Barnsley have sold 11k and have stopped selling season tickets as they don't think they will be able to go to full capacity

They're 70 quid cheaper than ours. Partner dad paid 250 on halfway line for next season!
That's excellent .
Ours are clearly overpriced, and  feel it's not been appreciated me donating the remainder of my 19/20 season ticket money .
Won't be doing that again .

What was that big sacrifice you made? Was it it 2 or 3 games during a really difficult period for the whole nation?

Your contribution needs to be documented for posterity.
Perhaps a reply to the email I sent explaining that I was donating the money .

But no, didn't even get a reply, never mind a thank you. 

But don't let that stop you being your sarcastic and pedantic self.  thought you were stepping down anyway ?

Infact, you know what ? it would be better all round when you do, especially for the club .

Why would it be better for the club?

Not as though it's any of your business.

But go on, fire your bullets. Let's hear you.
 

Filo

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #292 on July 23, 2021, 12:51:26 pm by Filo »
Barnsley have sold 11k and have stopped selling season tickets as they don't think they will be able to go to full capacity

They're 70 quid cheaper than ours. Partner dad paid 250 on halfway line for next season!
That's excellent .
Ours are clearly overpriced, and  feel it's not been appreciated me donating the remainder of my 19/20 season ticket money .
Won't be doing that again .

What was that big sacrifice you made? Was it it 2 or 3 games during a really difficult period for the whole nation?

Your contribution needs to be documented for posterity.
Perhaps a reply to the email I sent explaining that I was donating the money .

But no, didn't even get a reply, never mind a thank you. 

But don't let that stop you being your sarcastic and pedantic self.  thought you were stepping down anyway ?

Infact, you know what ? it would be better all round when you do, especially for the club .

You’re probably in a very small minority that think SM stepping down is a good thing, the 19/20 season ended with a few games to go, people have donated far more than that since then without begging for a personal thank you

i_ateallthepies

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #293 on July 23, 2021, 01:21:59 pm by i_ateallthepies »
Barnsley have sold 11k and have stopped selling season tickets as they don't think they will be able to go to full capacity

They're 70 quid cheaper than ours. Partner dad paid 250 on halfway line for next season!
That's excellent .
Ours are clearly overpriced, and  feel it's not been appreciated me donating the remainder of my 19/20 season ticket money .
Won't be doing that again .

You want a bigger budget for players but Season Tickets are overpriced.  Tell me again, where did you get your Degree in financial management?

silent majority

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #294 on July 23, 2021, 03:30:22 pm by silent majority »
Barnsley have sold 11k and have stopped selling season tickets as they don't think they will be able to go to full capacity

They're 70 quid cheaper than ours. Partner dad paid 250 on halfway line for next season!
That's excellent .
Ours are clearly overpriced, and  feel it's not been appreciated me donating the remainder of my 19/20 season ticket money .
Won't be doing that again .

Shaun did some comparisons between Barnsley and Doncaster based on this thread and me asking if they were a lot cheaper than us

Taking on board a complete comparison between renewal discounts(5 year thanks you's)  and full season tickets

ADULTS

Barnsley adults range between £235 to £475
Doncaster adults range between £269 to £395

SENIORS

Barnsley seniors range from £145 to £270
Doncaster seniors range from £199 to £295

Barnsley seniors start at 65
Doncaster seniors start at 60 so start five years younger

YOUNG ADULTS

Barnsley young adults range from £145 to £270
Doncaster young adults range from £79 to £195

Barnsley young adults are 19 – 21
Doncaster young adults are 18 – 24 so start younger and last for longer

JUNORS

Barnsley   £70 to £115
Doncaster £35
Barnsley juniors are 12 -19
Doncaster Juniors are 12-18

CHILDREN

Barnsley £10 to £35
Doncaster £35
Barnsley children are U12
Doncaster children are U12

GENERAL

Doncaster also offered anyone who renewed who bought a 5 year commitment on a cheaper season ticket.  Barnsley only offered one year

Barnsley also charge interest on their spread payments, going up to 9.70% for 10 months. 
Doncaster only charge a flat admin fee and no interest.

since-1969

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #295 on July 23, 2021, 04:00:17 pm by since-1969 »
Are we in the Championship or Barnsley ??

DearneValleyRover

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #296 on July 23, 2021, 04:17:15 pm by DearneValleyRover »
Are we in the Championship or Barnsley ??

Your point being?

Campsall rover

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #297 on July 23, 2021, 04:21:26 pm by Campsall rover »
Are we in the Championship or Barnsley ??
Your deliberately confrontational. Your not serious. Your just trying to provoke others. Not funny or clever.

Donnywolf

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #298 on July 23, 2021, 04:29:40 pm by Donnywolf »
Would be good if someone could be ar**d to do a comparison between the 2 Clubs based on someone having a ST from 12 till 75

Would take every benefit into consideration for each Clubs fans such as the extra 5 years of Concession Tickets for 60+ people etc and the extra 4 years discount we got as a "thank you" for not taking a refund

Bet there isnt much in it and yes they are in Champ and us in L1 but we could both be in same Division after this Season

If our Tickets work out more expensive I would still prefer watching us for [say] an extra £5 than them and save a fiver

Filo

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #299 on July 23, 2021, 04:33:16 pm by Filo »
Barnsley have sold 11k and have stopped selling season tickets as they don't think they will be able to go to full capacity

They're 70 quid cheaper than ours. Partner dad paid 250 on halfway line for next season!
That's excellent .
Ours are clearly overpriced, and  feel it's not been appreciated me donating the remainder of my 19/20 season ticket money .
Won't be doing that again .

Shaun did some comparisons between Barnsley and Doncaster based on this thread and me asking if they were a lot cheaper than us

Taking on board a complete comparison between renewal discounts(5 year thanks you's)  and full season tickets

ADULTS

Barnsley adults range between £235 to £475
Doncaster adults range between £269 to £395

SENIORS

Barnsley seniors range from £145 to £270
Doncaster seniors range from £199 to £295

Barnsley seniors start at 65
Doncaster seniors start at 60 so start five years younger

YOUNG ADULTS

Barnsley young adults range from £145 to £270
Doncaster young adults range from £79 to £195

Barnsley young adults are 19 – 21
Doncaster young adults are 18 – 24 so start younger and last for longer

JUNORS

Barnsley   £70 to £115
Doncaster £35
Barnsley juniors are 12 -19
Doncaster Juniors are 12-18

CHILDREN

Barnsley £10 to £35
Doncaster £35
Barnsley children are U12
Doncaster children are U12

GENERAL

Doncaster also offered anyone who renewed who bought a 5 year commitment on a cheaper season ticket.  Barnsley only offered one year

Barnsley also charge interest on their spread payments, going up to 9.70% for 10 months. 
Doncaster only charge a flat admin fee and no interest.



But what about his 3 or 4 games he donated without any thanks

 

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