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Welling Rover

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #300 on July 23, 2021, 05:28:51 pm by Welling Rover »
But what about his 3 or 4 games he donated without any thanks

Don't know about anyone else but I had email from club thanking me for the donation.



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DearneValleyRover

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #301 on July 23, 2021, 05:54:06 pm by DearneValleyRover »
I’ve had about 3 emails thanking me for renewing and donating so not sure why he hasn’t unless he’s changed email addressed

Redandwhite

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #302 on July 24, 2021, 10:17:27 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 .

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.

Thanks, I appreciate you responding like an adult, how I'd expect you to respond.

We look much better priced now .

Redandwhite

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #303 on July 24, 2021, 10:24:37 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 .

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
It's not ust that I didn't get a thanks, I didn't even get a response to my email .

It's common courtesy and professionalism.

Fans have been milked dry, how many other industries are there that expect donations of hundreds from customers ?
I'm not just talking about me here .

Didn't see any Debenhams fans donating £300 to keep them going .

I'd also like to know how much more tb has put in during these times ?

For the sake of fans who are now not just emotionally invested, but financially too .

Could the donations be converted into shares and given to the vsc ?
Serious question .

GazLaz

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #304 on July 24, 2021, 10:41:50 am by GazLaz »
“ Didn't see any Debenhams fans donating £300 to keep them going.”

There have been a lot of classic lines written on this forum. This one is up there with the best. I don’t know if you are a man, woman, child, or how old you are, I do know you’re no football fan though.

Redandwhite

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #305 on July 24, 2021, 10:44:11 am by Redandwhite »
“ Didn't see any Debenhams fans donating £300 to keep them going.”

There have been a lot of classic lines written on this forum. This one is up there with the best. I don’t know if you are a man, woman, child, or how old you are, I do know you’re no football fan though.
How you work that one out then ?

Filo

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #306 on July 24, 2021, 12:44:00 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
It's not ust that I didn't get a thanks, I didn't even get a response to my email .

It's common courtesy and professionalism.

Fans have been milked dry, how many other industries are there that expect donations of hundreds from customers ?
I'm not just talking about me here .

Didn't see any Debenhams fans donating £300 to keep them going .

I'd also like to know how much more tb has put in during these times ?

For the sake of fans who are now not just emotionally invested, but financially too .

Could the donations be converted into shares and given to the vsc ?
Serious question .

Your donated 3 or 4 games never amounted to anywhere near £300

DearneValleyRover

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #307 on July 24, 2021, 01:38:11 pm by DearneValleyRover »
How have fans been milked dry? Each one of us has a choice to either donate or ask for a refund it’s simple really no one has been forced to donate. If you haven’t received an email then I doubt you had a season ticket or one of the 10 game packages because the people who work in the office have been nothing but helpful. I bet you haven’t contacted the club to ask about your missing email, if it bothers you so much give them a ring or are you expecting someone from the VSC to do it even though you slag them off.

ravenrover

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #308 on July 24, 2021, 03:41:17 pm by ravenrover »
I don't get the need for a personal thank you to an individual

since-1969

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #309 on July 24, 2021, 04:42:04 pm by since-1969 »
Are we in the Championship or Barnsley ??

Your point being?
Barnsley in the Championship are making a good fist of getting fans back into the ground using season ticket  pricing as part of this and with their Championship budget  are keeping everything affordable.
Rovers are attempting to do likewise and with a lower wage budget than Barnsley, yet  those who think Barnsley’s season ticket is better value , may have point . But if Rovers raised its prices to help with the player budget it wouldn’t go down well ,?but it would be justified if things are to get back into a competitive place .

Chris Black come back

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #310 on July 24, 2021, 05:03:31 pm by Chris Black come back »
I'm not sure the matchday revenue is that critical in Championship even for Barnsley, hence they can offer lower prices.

For example, in the last proper season 19/20, Barnsley received £5.3m in Solidarity Payments from the EPL while we received £1.3m. There is also a basic award for being in the Championship which is I think about another £2.5m. In League One it is about 250k. These figures are not rock solid but you get the picture in general. It’s not a Premier League windfall but get into the Championship and your non-match day income rockets.

Yes wages and players are more expensive, but the matchday income for Barnsley would I suspect be a much smaller proportion of their income overall than for us. That we have such competitive pricing amidst that is a good deal.
« Last Edit: July 24, 2021, 05:06:16 pm by Chris Black come back »

Redandwhite

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #311 on July 24, 2021, 05:17:15 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 .

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
It's not ust that I didn't get a thanks, I didn't even get a response to my email .

It's common courtesy and professionalism.

Fans have been milked dry, how many other industries are there that expect donations of hundreds from customers ?
I'm not just talking about me here .

Didn't see any Debenhams fans donating £300 to keep them going .

I'd also like to know how much more tb has put in during these times ?

For the sake of fans who are now not just emotionally invested, but financially too .

Could the donations be converted into shares and given to the vsc ?
Serious question .

Your donated 3 or 4 games never amounted to anywhere near £300
Like I clearly said, I'm not just talking about myself

Redandwhite

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #312 on July 24, 2021, 05:18:45 pm by Redandwhite »
How have fans been milked dry? Each one of us has a choice to either donate or ask for a refund it’s simple really no one has been forced to donate. If you haven’t received an email then I doubt you had a season ticket or one of the 10 game packages because the people who work in the office have been nothing but helpful. I bet you haven’t contacted the club to ask about your missing email, if it bothers you so much give them a ring or are you expecting someone from the VSC to do it even though you slag them off.
Where have I slagged off the vsc ?  Please show me .

Redandwhite

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #313 on July 24, 2021, 05:26:38 pm by Redandwhite »
How have fans been milked dry? Each one of us has a choice to either donate or ask for a refund it’s simple really no one has been forced to donate. If you haven’t received an email then I doubt you had a season ticket or one of the 10 game packages because the people who work in the office have been nothing but helpful. I bet you haven’t contacted the club to ask about your missing email, if it bothers you so much give them a ring or are you expecting someone from the VSC to do it even though you slag them off.
I can assure you I had a season ticket.

As far as milking the fans dry .
I'll ask the question again, how many other industries are patrons asked, nay, expected to donate large sums of money to an organisation they frequent?

I'm not just talking about rovers fans here, I'm talking about football fans in general .

You can give me a round figure if you wish. But I know what the answer is .

Redandwhite

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #314 on July 24, 2021, 05:28:01 pm by Redandwhite »
“ Didn't see any Debenhams fans donating £300 to keep them going.”

There have been a lot of classic lines written on this forum. This one is up there with the best. I don’t know if you are a man, woman, child, or how old you are, I do know you’re no football fan though.
How you work that one out then ?
Again, how have you worked that out ?

GazLaz

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #315 on July 24, 2021, 05:32:34 pm by GazLaz »
How have fans been milked dry? Each one of us has a choice to either donate or ask for a refund it’s simple really no one has been forced to donate. If you haven’t received an email then I doubt you had a season ticket or one of the 10 game packages because the people who work in the office have been nothing but helpful. I bet you haven’t contacted the club to ask about your missing email, if it bothers you so much give them a ring or are you expecting someone from the VSC to do it even though you slag them off.
I can assure you I had a season ticket.

As far as milking the fans dry .
I'll ask the question again, how many other industries are patrons asked, nay, expected to donate large sums of money to an organisation they frequent?

I'm not just talking about rovers fans here, I'm talking about football fans in general .

You can give me a round figure if you wish. But I know what the answer is .

If you see DRFC as an “organisation you frequent” you’re not a football fan.

Redandwhite

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #316 on July 24, 2021, 05:55:06 pm by Redandwhite »
How have fans been milked dry? Each one of us has a choice to either donate or ask for a refund it’s simple really no one has been forced to donate. If you haven’t received an email then I doubt you had a season ticket or one of the 10 game packages because the people who work in the office have been nothing but helpful. I bet you haven’t contacted the club to ask about your missing email, if it bothers you so much give them a ring or are you expecting someone from the VSC to do it even though you slag them off.
I can assure you I had a season ticket.

As far as milking the fans dry .
I'll ask the question again, how many other industries are patrons asked, nay, expected to donate large sums of money to an organisation they frequent?

I'm not just talking about rovers fans here, I'm talking about football fans in general .

You can give me a round figure if you wish. But I know what the answer is .

If you see DRFC as an “organisation you frequent” you’re not a football fan.

OK, so your missing completely the analogy I have used. Have another read.
If you still don't get it, then you probably lack the intelligence required, which I don't blame you for. I would suggest eating more nutritional food, especially with omega 3, to give your brain a chance .
Maybe read a few books too, start with the easy ones . .

I live and die by the results of drfc. I can trace my families history of supporting the club to before the titanic set sail .
For the past 50 plus years talk of rovers and football in general has been THE  continuing theme of discussion in my house. Never a day goes by without rovers being in my thoughts .

But you think what you want .

« Last Edit: July 24, 2021, 06:02:41 pm by Redandwhite »

DonnyOsmond

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #317 on July 24, 2021, 05:58:57 pm by DonnyOsmond »
I've definitely seen better poems before.

Redandwhite

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #318 on July 24, 2021, 06:03:24 pm by Redandwhite »
I've definitely seen better poems before.

Makes sense, wouldn't think you actually read them.

NickDRFC

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #319 on July 24, 2021, 06:06:43 pm by NickDRFC »
How have fans been milked dry? Each one of us has a choice to either donate or ask for a refund it’s simple really no one has been forced to donate. If you haven’t received an email then I doubt you had a season ticket or one of the 10 game packages because the people who work in the office have been nothing but helpful. I bet you haven’t contacted the club to ask about your missing email, if it bothers you so much give them a ring or are you expecting someone from the VSC to do it even though you slag them off.
I can assure you I had a season ticket.

As far as milking the fans dry .
I'll ask the question again, how many other industries are patrons asked, nay, expected to donate large sums of money to an organisation they frequent?

I'm not just talking about rovers fans here, I'm talking about football fans in general .

You can give me a round figure if you wish. But I know what the answer is .

If you see DRFC as an “organisation you frequent” you’re not a football fan.

OK, so your missing completely the analogy I have used. Have another read.
If you still don't get it, then you probably lack the intelligence required, which I don't blame you for. I would suggest eating more nutritional food, especially with omega 3, to give your brain a chance .
Maybe read a few books too, start with the easy ones . .

I live and die by the results of drfc. I can trace my families history of supporting the club to before the titanic set sail .
For the past 50 plus years talk of rovers and football in general has been THE  continuing theme of discussion in my house. Never a day goes by without rovers being in my thoughts .

But you think what you want .



If you’re going to compare Rovers and Debenhams then I can see Gaz’s point.

roversdude

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #320 on July 24, 2021, 07:14:43 pm by roversdude »
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
It's not ust that I didn't get a thanks, I didn't even get a response to my email .

It's common courtesy and professionalism.

Fans have been milked dry, how many other industries are there that expect donations of hundreds from customers ?
I'm not just talking about me here .

Didn't see any Debenhams fans donating £300 to keep them going .

I'd also like to know how much more tb has put in during these times ?

For the sake of fans who are now not just emotionally invested, but financially too .

Could the donations be converted into shares and given to the vsc ?
Serious question .

Your donated 3 or 4 games never amounted to anywhere near £300
Like I clearly said, I'm not just talking about myself

Well I can assure you - you are not talking on my behalf. I’m more than happy with the package put together for season ticket holders. Wonder whose behalf you think you are speaking for ???

Pancho Regan

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #321 on July 24, 2021, 11:55:00 pm by Pancho Regan »
How have fans been milked dry? Each one of us has a choice to either donate or ask for a refund it’s simple really no one has been forced to donate. If you haven’t received an email then I doubt you had a season ticket or one of the 10 game packages because the people who work in the office have been nothing but helpful. I bet you haven’t contacted the club to ask about your missing email, if it bothers you so much give them a ring or are you expecting someone from the VSC to do it even though you slag them off.
I can assure you I had a season ticket.

As far as milking the fans dry .
I'll ask the question again, how many other industries are patrons asked, nay, expected to donate large sums of money to an organisation they frequent?

I'm not just talking about rovers fans here, I'm talking about football fans in general .

You can give me a round figure if you wish. But I know what the answer is .

If you see DRFC as an “organisation you frequent” you’re not a football fan.

OK, so your missing completely the analogy I have used. Have another read.
If you still don't get it, then you probably lack the intelligence required, which I don't blame you for. I would suggest eating more nutritional food, especially with omega 3, to give your brain a chance .
Maybe read a few books too, start with the easy ones . .

I live and die by the results of drfc. I can trace my families history of supporting the club to before the titanic set sail .
For the past 50 plus years talk of rovers and football in general has been THE  continuing theme of discussion in my house. Never a day goes by without rovers being in my thoughts .

But you think what you want .

It’s a shame Debenhams have gone bust, you could have gone there next Saturday with a Debenhams scarf and watched their window for an hour and a half.
Do they have a scarf?

Come on you Debenhams!

DearneValleyRover

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #322 on July 25, 2021, 08:14:08 am by DearneValleyRover »
How have fans been milked dry? Each one of us has a choice to either donate or ask for a refund it’s simple really no one has been forced to donate. If you haven’t received an email then I doubt you had a season ticket or one of the 10 game packages because the people who work in the office have been nothing but helpful. I bet you haven’t contacted the club to ask about your missing email, if it bothers you so much give them a ring or are you expecting someone from the VSC to do it even though you slag them off.
I can assure you I had a season ticket.

As far as milking the fans dry .
I'll ask the question again, how many other industries are patrons asked, nay, expected to donate large sums of money to an organisation they frequent?

I'm not just talking about rovers fans here, I'm talking about football fans in general .

You can give me a round figure if you wish. But I know what the answer is .

They don’t expect though they only hope and has stated before each fan has a choice to either donate or ask for a refund so your argument is flawed

DearneValleyRover

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #323 on July 25, 2021, 08:16:43 am by DearneValleyRover »
How have fans been milked dry? Each one of us has a choice to either donate or ask for a refund it’s simple really no one has been forced to donate. If you haven’t received an email then I doubt you had a season ticket or one of the 10 game packages because the people who work in the office have been nothing but helpful. I bet you haven’t contacted the club to ask about your missing email, if it bothers you so much give them a ring or are you expecting someone from the VSC to do it even though you slag them off.
Where have I slagged off the vsc ?  Please show me .

You slagged SM off who is part of the vsc and when posting on topics in respect of issues like this is doing so in that capacity and not from a personal point of view

Draytonian III

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #324 on July 25, 2021, 02:13:44 pm by Draytonian III »
I’ve had about 3 emails thanking me for renewing and donating so not sure why he hasn’t unless he’s changed email addressed

Likewise, I also had a written letter thanking me

Redandwhite

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #325 on July 25, 2021, 06:21:51 pm by Redandwhite »
How have fans been milked dry? Each one of us has a choice to either donate or ask for a refund it’s simple really no one has been forced to donate. If you haven’t received an email then I doubt you had a season ticket or one of the 10 game packages because the people who work in the office have been nothing but helpful. I bet you haven’t contacted the club to ask about your missing email, if it bothers you so much give them a ring or are you expecting someone from the VSC to do it even though you slag them off.
I can assure you I had a season ticket.

As far as milking the fans dry .
I'll ask the question again, how many other industries are patrons asked, nay, expected to donate large sums of money to an organisation they frequent?

I'm not just talking about rovers fans here, I'm talking about football fans in general .

You can give me a round figure if you wish. But I know what the answer is .

If you see DRFC as an “organisation you frequent” you’re not a football fan.

OK, so your missing completely the analogy I have used. Have another read.
If you still don't get it, then you probably lack the intelligence required, which I don't blame you for. I would suggest eating more nutritional food, especially with omega 3, to give your brain a chance .
Maybe read a few books too, start with the easy ones . .

I live and die by the results of drfc. I can trace my families history of supporting the club to before the titanic set sail .
For the past 50 plus years talk of rovers and football in general has been THE  continuing theme of discussion in my house. Never a day goes by without rovers being in my thoughts .

But you think what you want .



If you’re going to compare Rovers and Debenhams then I can see Gaz’s point.
Another one missing the point entirely .
I can't help you .. 

Redandwhite

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #326 on July 25, 2021, 06:23:24 pm by Redandwhite »
How have fans been milked dry? Each one of us has a choice to either donate or ask for a refund it’s simple really no one has been forced to donate. If you haven’t received an email then I doubt you had a season ticket or one of the 10 game packages because the people who work in the office have been nothing but helpful. I bet you haven’t contacted the club to ask about your missing email, if it bothers you so much give them a ring or are you expecting someone from the VSC to do it even though you slag them off.
Where have I slagged off the vsc ?  Please show me .

You slagged SM off who is part of the vsc and when posting on topics in respect of issues like this is doing so in that capacity and not from a personal point of view
I respect fully the vsc .

Sm as an individual, I dislike his attitude.
I feel it does the vsc, and the club a disservice .

big fat yorkshire pudding

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #327 on July 25, 2021, 06:32:40 pm by big fat yorkshire pudding »
Genuine question, with two weeks to the first game are we close on getting our tickets available?

LincolnDonny

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #328 on July 25, 2021, 06:41:41 pm by LincolnDonny »
Why all this Bunkum about Bloody Barnsley?

Surely we are Doncaster Rovers supporters and I for one is so thrilled to get back to The keepmoat and Yes i am going to the friendlies and WILL go to the other Cup matches (while LOTS cant be arsed to do that) and i along with Pammy will be cheering on Donny

There are 2 things that you can do .......get tickets be it season tickets / special deal tickets / 1 off tickets....................or not or stay at home or even go to Bloody Barnsley.

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drfchound

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Re: Season tickets
« Reply #329 on July 25, 2021, 06:43:51 pm by drfchound »
Why all this Bunkum about Bloody Barnsley?

Surely we are Doncaster Rovers supporters and I for one is so thrilled to get back to The keepmoat and Yes i am going to the friendlies and WILL go to the other Cup matches (while LOTS cant be arsed to do that) and i along with Pammy will be cheering on Donny

There are 2 things that you can do .......get tickets be it season tickets / special deal tickets / 1 off tickets....................or not or stay at home or even go to Bloody Barnsley.

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That might be considered to be three things m’ lud.   :chair: ;)

 

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