Season Tickets 2021/22
#31

I notice on the online shop that it states the season ticket does not permit access to the 1883 bar. Excuse my ignorance but:-
What is the 1883 bar and who is it for?
Does this mean season ticket holders can only buy a drink on match day outside from the kiosks?
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#32

(04-05-2021, 12:28 PM)Traud1 Wrote:  I notice on the online shop that it states the season ticket does not permit access to the 1883 bar. Excuse my ignorance but:-
What is the 1883 bar and who is it for?
Does this mean season ticket holders can only buy a drink on match day outside from the kiosks?
I thought the same,At C********m anyone was allowed in the bar to get a drink, guessing I won't be able to have a beer on the terrace.
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#33

There is now an FAQ on the shop which answers this question amongst others

https://www.gcafcshop.com/season-ticket-faq
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#34

Thanks for the FAQs.  I think it sets out the clubs position well.  Clearly ticket prices are a nuanced topic, its easy on the face of it to be annoyed that over 5s are no longer free, but I can't really fault the reasoning behind the increases.  I imagine trying to keep a lid on costs with the amount of regulations now in play must be an absolute nightmare.  Will be the first season I will be in regular attendance since the mid to late nineties and genuinely quite excited for the new season.  Just got to stop the eldest son I'll be bringing with me from spending a fortune at the ground now (although I am sure Alex would encourage him otherwise!!)
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#35

(04-05-2021, 12:40 PM)Lee Wrote:  There is now an FAQ on the shop which answers this question amongst others

https://www.gcafcshop.com/season-ticket-faq

Well worth a read of the above,it fills in a few gap's to questions I wanted to ask.
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#36

The last sentence of the last paragraph makes encouraging reading.

Tiger Roar is always your friend http://www.tigerroar.co.uk/fixtures20232024.php

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#37

The FAQ link is excellent- it also goes along way to reinforce the point that we are a business and the costs ( some imposed by NL and FA ) are considerable all of which have to be covered and we haven’t put a player on the pitch. I think it was AP would said last year that the number on his letter headed paper for GCFC ( and Soldi) was a company number NOT a charity one.
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#38

Just paid for mine. That was the easiest method I've ever used.

Tiger Roar is always your friend http://www.tigerroar.co.uk/fixtures20232024.php

Comprehensive City press cutting archive http://www.tigerroar.co.uk/cuttings.php
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#39

Cheers Neil

Interestingly, despite how easy it is on the website, we have had more posting the forms back!
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#40

Any ideas on how sales are going generally? On course to beat last years?
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