E-Tickets
#11

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Me, I don't have a smartphone, it's a backward step doing away with something that has worked fine almost from when supporters started getting a season ticket in the first place.

Me, I have been going to football games for 75 years and there were season tickets then, though I did not have one, I usually got "lifted" over if I did not have the six pence entrance fee!

No such thing as smart season tickets in Gloucester, other clubs have them, swipe and record and enter!

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#12

Sorry Alex You have confused me, I will have a season ticket that is pointless on the day!! So if by circumstances I turn up at the last minute on the day 'cos I live a long way away and held up in traffic and the ground is "full" and I have a season ticket, I will not be allowed in?
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#13

I think you'll be able to get an eticket in advance to guarantee your place' that happened for the Leamington game.

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#14

What are the match day charges for non season ticket holders going to be for 21/22 men and women's 1st XI matches please?
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#15

Women's £3.00 adult, free for kids
Men's £15.00 seating, £13.00 standing. Concession prices are £3.00 less.

Just noticed that's missing from the website. I'll get that updated today.

AP
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#16

Re contactless /cash entry, does anyone know what the method is at Cinderford? Hoping they take cards.
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#17

Shiny pebbles I believe.

Sticking around a while yet, thanks to a gift from a generous angel.
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#18

No, it's definitely apples

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#19

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As some government spokesman said about shops, supermarkets not accepting cash, take your business elsewhere!

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#20

Thank you Alex.

A lot of the race courses we visit now send e tickets rather than the old fashion paper ones. It took a bit of getting used to for somebody like me whose more used to paper, but in truth it works well and if anything it's a little quicker going though the turnstile ( though also to be fair ticket availability has been much reduced thanks to Covid).
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