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Re: Season Ticket renewal

Postby BR » Wed Mar 22, 2017 12:46 pm

BaggyTrousers wrote:I have no interest whatsoever in any of the "freebies", I just plan to retain my seat.

Yip - i think we're good until mid May on that.
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Re: Season Ticket renewal

Postby BaggyTrousers » Wed Mar 22, 2017 1:58 pm

Good job :thumleft: I suppose I may as well confess that in addition to my meagre stipend my former employment in usury also pay 75% of the cost of my season ticket. Net cost to me about £75. Queer value, no wonder I'm as gay as the next man.
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Re: Season Ticket renewal

Postby solidarity » Wed Mar 22, 2017 3:07 pm

I know it's only a couple of quid and I know it's the same every year but seeing the price and then having an admin fee on top just gets up my nose. I don't care if the admin fee is for Ticketmaster, it's part of the cost to me so just tell me up front what I have to pay.

Mini-rant over. I feel better now. ST bought.
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Re: Season Ticket renewal

Postby big mervyn » Wed Mar 22, 2017 3:19 pm

Wee Woman wrote:[and you will be privileged to have your name randomly selected from a pot of around 10,000 others to receive a sweaty used shirt.

May UlsterRugby's giving hand never cease eh?

At least Leinster get a naff supporters pack ffs.

Not necessarily. Might be Rodney's.
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Re: Season Ticket renewal

Postby big mervyn » Wed Mar 22, 2017 3:23 pm

If you look on UR's website they refer to a "loyalty discount period".
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Re: Season Ticket renewal

Postby BR » Wed Mar 22, 2017 3:25 pm

big mervyn wrote:If you look on UR's website they refer to a "loyalty discount period".

Yes, they just don't say when it expires.
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Re: Season Ticket renewal

Postby BaggyTrousers » Wed Mar 22, 2017 4:51 pm

BR wrote:
big mervyn wrote:If you look on UR's website they refer to a "loyalty discount period".

Yes, they just don't say when it expires.


Neither do you get an idea of the full price, I don't care, but if I had to pay the lot I might just wonder what is the early payment saving me, and it is very much essential that Stand ST holders have the last date to buy, otherwise some galoot might sneak in and bag their seat, then one ends up as Normy Nay Mates.

Have to say I enjoy the company where I am, one or two jolly chaps with a sense of humour and as we get used to each other after 2 or 3 years, nods and handshakes abound with some regular boutyes.

So much better for the discerning older gentleman than spending half the bloody night on the terrace jammed in & a pissn'drink run taking 20 bloody minutes if you're lucky.
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Re: Season Ticket renewal

Postby BR » Wed Mar 22, 2017 4:54 pm

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BR wrote:
big mervyn wrote:If you look on UR's website they refer to a "loyalty discount period".

Yes, they just don't say when it expires.


Neither do you get an idea of the full price, I don't care, but if I had to pay the lot I might just wonder what is the early payment saving me, and it is very much essential that Stand ST holders have the last date to buy, otherwise some galoot might sneak in and bag their seat, then one ends up as Normy Nay Mates.

Have to say I enjoy the company where I am, one or two jolly chaps with a sense of humour and as we get used to each other after 2 or 3 years, nods and handshakes abound with some regular boutyes.

So much better for the discerning older gentleman than spending half the bloody night on the terrace jammed in & a pissn'drink run taking 20 bloody minutes if you're lucky.

I had the pleasure of standing with a gentleman on the terrace the other week, who makes you a young pup, Baggy. He tried the stand, but prefers the terrace.
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Re: Season Ticket renewal

Postby BaggyTrousers » Wed Mar 22, 2017 5:19 pm

BR wrote:
BaggyTrousers wrote:
BR wrote:
big mervyn wrote:If you look on UR's website they refer to a "loyalty discount period".

Yes, they just don't say when it expires.


Neither do you get an idea of the full price, I don't care, but if I had to pay the lot I might just wonder what is the early payment saving me, and it is very much essential that Stand ST holders have the last date to buy, otherwise some galoot might sneak in and bag their seat, then one ends up as Normy Nay Mates.

Have to say I enjoy the company where I am, one or two jolly chaps with a sense of humour and as we get used to each other after 2 or 3 years, nods and handshakes abound with some regular boutyes.

So much better for the discerning older gentleman than spending half the bloody night on the terrace jammed in & a pissn'drink run taking 20 bloody minutes if you're lucky.

I had the pleasure of standing with a gentleman on the terrace the other week, who makes you a young pup, Baggy. He tried the stand, but prefers the terrace.


He's probably right BR but I can't be doing with being there 45 minutes before KO to get a passable position. Better the hour I spend in the bar before hand. :stout: Did you ask him how he keeps his bladder in such fine fettle at his age?
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Re: Season Ticket renewal

Postby BR » Wed Mar 22, 2017 5:27 pm

BaggyTrousers wrote:
BR wrote:
BaggyTrousers wrote:
BR wrote:
big mervyn wrote:If you look on UR's website they refer to a "loyalty discount period".

Yes, they just don't say when it expires.


Neither do you get an idea of the full price, I don't care, but if I had to pay the lot I might just wonder what is the early payment saving me, and it is very much essential that Stand ST holders have the last date to buy, otherwise some galoot might sneak in and bag their seat, then one ends up as Normy Nay Mates.

Have to say I enjoy the company where I am, one or two jolly chaps with a sense of humour and as we get used to each other after 2 or 3 years, nods and handshakes abound with some regular boutyes.

So much better for the discerning older gentleman than spending half the bloody night on the terrace jammed in & a pissn'drink run taking 20 bloody minutes if you're lucky.

I had the pleasure of standing with a gentleman on the terrace the other week, who makes you a young pup, Baggy. He tried the stand, but prefers the terrace.


He's probably right BR but I can't be doing with being there 45 minutes before KO to get a passable position. Better the hour I spend in the bar before hand. :stout: Did you ask him how he keeps his bladder in such fine fettle at his age?

He wouldn't be a drinker. But then there's precious little worth drinking.
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Re: Season Ticket renewal

Postby Cap'n Grumpy » Wed Mar 22, 2017 5:37 pm

BR wrote:He wouldn't be a drinker. But then there's precious little worth drinking.

Could try drinking in the atmosphere .....



.... although to be fair, the only atmosphere that has been truly drinkable of late was at the Treviso match ..... literally >EW
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Re: Season Ticket renewal

Postby pwrmoore » Wed Mar 22, 2017 5:50 pm

Cap'n Grumpy wrote:
BR wrote:He wouldn't be a drinker. But then there's precious little worth drinking.

Could try drinking in the atmosphere .....



.... although to be fair, the only atmosphere that has been truly drinkable of late was at the Treviso match ..... literally >EW
>happyparty prize to grumpy for an appropriate use of the word literally :lol:
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Re: Season Ticket renewal

Postby Tender » Sun Apr 02, 2017 7:20 pm

The secret to a secure bladder is a Pretty Thai Girl (Check to be sure) employed to massage the prostate before terrace tramping.
The early loyalty discount for us prom dwellers, knocks about £35.00 of the price and that'll purchase a descent bottle of Gin.
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Re: Season Ticket renewal

Postby Cap'n Grumpy » Sun Apr 02, 2017 9:01 pm

Tighter End wrote:The secret to a secure bladder is a Pretty Thai Girl (Check to be sure) employed to massage the prostate before terrace tramping.

Is that why the terraces are "rear loading"? :shock:

Just don't get yer PSA levels measured for a few weeks after yer massage. :thumleft:
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Re: Season Ticket renewal

Postby Tender » Tue Apr 04, 2017 8:49 pm

My Prostate Specific Antigen levels are as constant as my bullshyte.

I did enjoy the 'Rear Loaded' quip. Fine work and so unlike you to funny
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