Boro season tickets

Ingelbyred28

New member
Can I still get a Boro season ticket on offer, I know they were doing them for Christmas but cant find anything onvthe website
 

Facefuzz

Well-known member
That would be a good idea. If we’re looking like going up then people will buy them to guarantee a ticket next season
 

Caretaker1

Well-known member
Can I still get a Boro season ticket on offer, I know they were doing them for Christmas but cant find anything onvthe website
Digressing a little , how easy / difficult is it to buy a ticket on the day ?
Do you still rock up and pay cash and get a paper ticket .
Seems online you need to register , have an account , link said account and all that interweb malarkey .
Does it deter people from going to games ?
 

Facefuzz

Well-known member
I’m in the south and walk past the queue.
I always think that every game we must always have a few hundred who just go every now and then and don’t know there’s queues.
enjoy the game today
 

Corcaigh_the_Cat

Well-known member
I'm a long term season card holder .
Just wondering if it's a faff and putting off walk ups .
Years ago I was standing in a queue at the north stand ticket office for half an hour before giving up and going to watch a non league game when it got to 3.20

It was an FA Cup game and the gate was around 13,000.

I realised then that we were about as much use as the current PM at organisation and that the club couldn't give a toss about the fans since we moved to the Riverside. It's all about making it easy for MFC.
 

Facefuzz

Well-known member
I don’t know how they do it. I’m not sure if you get a half season ticket then the discount is half the discount you get with a full season ticket.
They should do it as it would get more in. I started on a half season ticket this time around, for Christmas, and then when renewal time came in the summer I just renewed.
if they did it pro rata then people would probably get them for birthdays etc in feb and March
 

Sisyphus

Member
Digressing a little , how easy / difficult is it to buy a ticket on the day ?
Do you still rock up and pay cash and get a paper ticket .
Seems online you need to register , have an account , link said account and all that interweb malarkey .
Does it deter people from going to games ?
It is not difficult. You do exactly as you have said, that is all. Do it a week in advance and have the tickets posted to you. I walk past huge queues at the ticket office every home match.
 

Nobby_Barnes

Well-known member
They should do a ST card throughout shouldn't they? Just prorata the cost.
No they should not. Buying a ST is a commitment. Why should you just be able to rock up and get one for the last 5 games if it looks like we are going to get in the play offs.
You're massively wide of the mark with this....
 

Abel Tasman

Well-known member
No they should not. Buying a ST is a commitment. Why should you just be able to rock up and get one for the last 5 games if it looks like we are going to get in the play offs.
You're massively wide of the mark with this....
Utter nonsense. The more people in the ground who commit money up front the better.
 

Nobby_Barnes

Well-known member
Utter nonsense. The more people in the ground who commit money up front the better.
Wrong.....Allowing what you suggest just devalues the ST and It will never happen for that reason. The club rightly protects it's hardcore ST holders and so it should. Where would attendances be over the last few years without then. Stop being naive...
Thanks
 
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