Mark Motley found the answer in Minutes from the January meeting this year. It is a software issue. Seatgeek are the ticketing agency Boro use.I'm sure this has been mentioned before Rob, but is there a possibility that they can change the online network/ticketing system so that you can see how many bonus points each person has in your network? Would make things so much easier when purchasing for multiple people.
These comments? " I've heard of people buying season tickets there for kids too young to attend the games yet just so they know they've got them in a couple if seasons time. They are only doing this because of the shortage."Would appreciate my comments on GRFZ being brought up. Comments are further up the thread
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1. Are there tickets available to buy on the day? If so, why were there no season tickets available in this area?
2. Assuming they are available, can these be either made available online or instructions on how you do purchase these tickets be clearly visible online? It does not even appear that this area exists on the ticketing website.
3. Would they consider extending the GRFZ ticket pricing to other areas of the stadium. This has been successful at other clubs. Boro's ticket pricing for juniors is by far the most expensive in the Championship currently.
This is the problem. It may well have. But it doesn't tell you this anywhere on the website. Or at least I can't seem to see it so it's not obvious.OK - sorry I didn't scroll back far enough.
Incidentally I did think they had extended the GRFZ this season around into the corner of the North Stand.
I don't know why the players are allowed in schools in training gear with betting logos on. That's something they should stop doing. Seems to be in breach of some laws surely?1. Make sponsor less shirts available.. all talk of it being harmful to U18s and addicts seems to have fallen on deaf ears.
2. Change our warm up shirt to something more meaningful i.e by making our anti racist position more visible.
I find it odd that in the UK you can't have a bookmaker in the same premises as a licensed bar. So pubs can't have a boomaker incorporated within the pub. Yet this seems to totally overlooked within football concourses.I don't know why the players are allowed in schools in training gear with betting logos on. That's something they should stop doing. Seems to be in breach of some laws surely?
aparantly printing 'zero harm' on a t-shirt every now and then does the trick 'gamble sensibly' 'know your limits' 'stop when the bailiffs come round you've lost your job, your wife has left you,, just stop for christ's sake.. £20 free bet"I don't know why the players are allowed in schools in training gear with betting logos on. That's something they should stop doing. Seems to be in breach of some laws surely?
Do you mean home or away - if away then the answer is probably no as it is out of our hands.I might have mentioned it before. With the digital rollout will we get E-match tickets in the near future?
I can buy tickets for Non league sides and get them sent to my phone but if I buy a Boro match ticket I have to wait for the post.
Nothing on our Gambling Sponsor.. NothingQuick agenda for this evening's meeting..
Priority point questions
Lateness of away tickets
Safety in stadium
Park & Ride
Kit Stock levels in retail shop
Supporter Group updates
Please can you ask an AOB on the players displaying gambling logos when visiting schools? The under age groups play with Host & Stay logo. I think when visiting kids the senior players should do the same.Nothing on our Gambling Sponsor.. Nothing
and making our anti racist stance more visible..
Seems like it’s a closed shop with fixed agendas.