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Re: Season Ticket Renewal

Postby Aird » Mon Sep 03, 2018 1:13 pm

It was obvious to anyone with any sense that this was really a nonstarter for any one in a stand seat ,be it grand, memorial or family stand the chances of getting an extra seat adjacent to you was very remote. So what the point of saying to a friend would you like to come to a game with me but you can't sit remotely near me or else you will have to stand by yourself on the terrace.
Can't imagine many thanking you for the chance to attend, unless you had a block of tickets and they could all stand together on the terrace.
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Re: Season Ticket Renewal

Postby Rooster » Mon Sep 03, 2018 1:29 pm

Aird wrote:It was obvious to anyone with any sense that this was really a nonstarter for any one in a stand seat ,be it grand, memorial or family stand the chances of getting an extra seat adjacent to you was very remote. So what the point of saying to a friend would you like to come to a game with me but you can't sit remotely near me or else you will have to stand by yourself on the terrace.
Can't imagine many thanking you for the chance to attend, unless you had a block of tickets and they could all stand together on the terrace.
If you have 2 or more seats though it is useful or even a single for someone who needs an extra, as I say over 300 vacant seats in Grandstand for Friday and doubt they will sell many during the week as the better ones come as a bar and programme package and quite a few others are in blocks of 3 so you can either buy 1 or 3 but not 2
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Re: Season Ticket Renewal

Postby rumncoke » Mon Sep 03, 2018 1:48 pm

Baggy if I rent you a house at £30 a week and you know someone who will pay £60 -- your going to sublet and walk off with the £30 that is the truth .
considerate landlords don't make money .

My uncle had several houses up the Shankill Road ( rent restricted ) in the 60s -- night of the big wind took every slate off them - the debt was such that the bank took them off him and sold them .He had been reduce to an unpaid rate collector and his debt kept increasing since he was being charged by his agent for the rents collected .

Never mind the social tenants going into subletting --him and her separate -- the breeding machine gets rehoused claims housing benefit .6 months later living together and he is getting sub - a sub rent from the other house .

Better minds than yours and mine have made studies of housing and failed to square the circle as I have pointed out to human nature will make a pigs ear of it .

But social housing has been decreasing within every country in the EU over last 10 years it is not a Tory Government policy but an EU policy to try and create mixed tenure neighbourhoods .




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Re: Season Ticket Renewal

Postby Cap'n Grumpy » Mon Sep 03, 2018 2:07 pm

Russ wrote:
big mervyn wrote:
Tender wrote:Yep. We’ve been stroked .
Shell out the same amount for a season ticket (seated) for one game per season less and you’d expect the extra ticket to be for a seat in the same stand, not a £20.00 cheapie on the prom.
I can’t ask a friend, or family member (unless it’s the Limivady wans) to stand amongst the common people on the prom...Heavens Forefend.

Nice way to treat their premium fans. Us terrace dwellers get a tkt of equivalent value and the opportunity to stand together, while the prawn sandwich brigade in the Grandstand get shafted.
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Re: Season Ticket Renewal

Postby Gerald the Mole » Mon Sep 03, 2018 2:24 pm

rumncoke wrote:Baggy if I rent you a house at £30 a week and you know someone who will pay £60 -- your going to sublet and walk off with the £30 that is the truth .
considerate landlords don't make money .

My uncle had several houses up the Shankill Road ( rent restricted ) in the 60s -- night of the big wind took every slate off them - the debt was such that the bank took them off him and sold them .He had been reduce to an unpaid rate collector and his debt kept increasing since he was being charged by his agent for the rents collected .

Never mind the social tenants going into subletting --him and her separate -- the breeding machine gets rehoused claims housing benefit .6 months later living together and he is getting sub - a sub rent from the other house .

Better minds than yours and mine have made studies of housing and failed to square the circle as I have pointed out to human nature will make a pigs ear of it .

But social housing has been decreasing within every country in the EU over last 10 years it is not a Tory Government policy but an EU policy to try and create mixed tenure neighbourhoods .




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WTF is this about ,Rum go back to nurse and up your dosage
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Re: Season Ticket Renewal

Postby big mervyn » Mon Sep 03, 2018 3:41 pm

Gerald the Mole wrote:
rumncoke wrote:Baggy if I rent you a house at £30 a week and you know someone who will pay £60 -- your going to sublet and walk off with the £30 that is the truth .
considerate landlords don't make money .

My uncle had several houses up the Shankill Road ( rent restricted ) in the 60s -- night of the big wind took every slate off them - the debt was such that the bank took them off him and sold them .He had been reduce to an unpaid rate collector and his debt kept increasing since he was being charged by his agent for the rents collected .

Never mind the social tenants going into subletting --him and her separate -- the breeding machine gets rehoused claims housing benefit .6 months later living together and he is getting sub - a sub rent from the other house .

Better minds than yours and mine have made studies of housing and failed to square the circle as I have pointed out to human nature will make a pigs ear of it .

But social housing has been decreasing within every country in the EU over last 10 years it is not a Tory Government policy but an EU policy to try and create mixed tenure neighbourhoods .




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WTF is this about ,Rum go back to nurse and up your dosage

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Re: Season Ticket Renewal

Postby Dave » Mon Sep 03, 2018 3:47 pm

Rum,

STFU.
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Re: Season Ticket Renewal

Postby Russ » Tue Sep 04, 2018 7:38 am

Kill the poor?

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Re: Season Ticket Renewal

Postby caledoniancelt » Tue Sep 04, 2018 10:26 am

Burn the poor.
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Re: Season Ticket Renewal

Postby BaggyTrousers » Tue Sep 04, 2018 10:46 am

rumncoke wrote:Baggy if I rent you a house at £30 a week and you know someone who will pay £60 -- your going to sublet and walk off with the £30 that is the truth .
considerate landlords don't make money .

My uncle had several houses up the Shankill Road ( rent restricted ) in the 60s -- night of the big wind took every slate off them - the debt was such that the bank took them off him and sold them .He had been reduce to an unpaid rate collector and his debt kept increasing since he was being charged by his agent for the rents collected .

Never mind the social tenants going into subletting --him and her separate -- the breeding machine gets rehoused claims housing benefit .6 months later living together and he is getting sub - a sub rent from the other house .

Better minds than yours and mine have made studies of housing and failed to square the circle as I have pointed out to human nature will make a pigs ear of it .

But social housing has been decreasing within every country in the EU over last 10 years it is not a Tory Government policy but an EU policy to try and create mixed tenure neighbourhoods .




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Re: Season Ticket Renewal

Postby Dave » Tue Sep 04, 2018 10:59 am

A house for £30 a week? Have you all the bricks removed? Just how many 4 on 2s did you butcher?
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Re: Season Ticket Renewal

Postby Russ » Tue Sep 04, 2018 11:28 am

caledoniancelt wrote:Burn the poor.
The traditional kindling on the 11th July bonfires. Shame

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Re: Season Ticket Renewal

Postby Tender » Tue Sep 04, 2018 10:04 pm

Be vewy vewy twiet, I think he’s gone.
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Re: Season Ticket Renewal

Postby rumncoke » Wed Sep 05, 2018 7:45 pm

It was a f ing example ass- oh


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