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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby Bring Humph On!! » Tue Sep 12, 2017 3:40 pm

This may have been covered elsewhere, but any others who take kids to the game being asked to stand outside rather than in the bar area after evening games?
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby BaggyTrousers » Tue Sep 12, 2017 4:43 pm

Bring Humph On!! wrote:Aye other things got in the way. The outcome is fairly straightforward...


Single children's tickets cannot be sold on their own as children are not allowed unaccompanied in the stadium. Tickmaster have no way of knowing if the children would be joining with adults so their policy has to be black & white ... no unaccompanied children's tickets sold via their website.

Ulster ticket office is the only place to buy single children's tickets.

Thanks for the discussion ... as it turns out the sons friend no longer wants to go anyway!!!!! >flog :lol:


More or less as expected then, Child Protection trumps all other issues, fully rational decision by Ticketbastard as it turns out. I'm not often wrong but I'm right again ........it's good to talk. :thumleft: :thumleft: :thumleft:

As for the evil little ungrateful little wretch, HBO I hope you told him the next time he thinks he might want to go, he can go ............... can go and fu'ck himself. Tell the father he has raised a wee gobshite.

Still, it kept us thrilled for a few days.

As for nippers in bar areas, one of my buddies was scolded a couple of years ago for bringing a nipper to the bar. I thought that had been resolved by placing a yellow line 1 metre from the bar & naming it a child-unfriendly zone, trespassers to be shot. Excluding them entirely from bars would be cruel & unusual punishment........... for parents.
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby BR » Tue Sep 12, 2017 5:05 pm

Let's not pretend that banning unaccompanied children is anything to do with child protection, it's about protecting the rest of us from the problems associated with unsupervised childer. Calling 'child protection' is just a way of trumping any logical counter-argument (in the way the Fat Controller used to with 'Health & Safety')

As for not allowing weens in the bar. That is child protection, fair enough. The impressionable mind should not be allowed to believe that pints of that quality are anything approaching acceptable.
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby Russ » Tue Sep 12, 2017 5:34 pm

BR wrote:Let's not pretend that banning unaccompanied children is anything to do with child protection, it's about protecting the rest of us from the problems associated with unsupervised childer. Calling 'child protection' is just a way of trumping any logical counter-argument (in the way the Fat Controller used to with 'Health & Safety')

As for not allowing weens in the bar. That is child protection, fair enough. The impressionable mind should not be allowed to believe that pints of that quality are anything approaching acceptable.
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby Bring Humph On!! » Tue Sep 12, 2017 5:42 pm

BaggyTrousers wrote:
Bring Humph On!! wrote:Aye other things got in the way. The outcome is fairly straightforward...


Single children's tickets cannot be sold on their own as children are not allowed unaccompanied in the stadium. Tickmaster have no way of knowing if the children would be joining with adults so their policy has to be black & white ... no unaccompanied children's tickets sold via their website.

Ulster ticket office is the only place to buy single children's tickets.

Thanks for the discussion ... as it turns out the sons friend no longer wants to go anyway!!!!! >flog :lol:


More or less as expected then, Child Protection trumps all other issues, fully rational decision by Ticketbastard as it turns out. I'm not often wrong but I'm right again ........it's good to talk. :thumleft: :thumleft: :thumleft:

As for the evil little ungrateful little wretch, HBO I hope you told him the next time he thinks he might want to go, he can go ............... can go and fu'ck himself. Tell the father he has raised a wee gobshite.

Still, it kept us thrilled for a few days.

As for nippers in bar areas, one of my buddies was scolded a couple of years ago for bringing a nipper to the bar. I thought that had been resolved by placing a yellow line 1 metre from the bar & naming it a child-unfriendly zone, trespassers to be shot. Excluding them entirely from bars would be cruel & unusual punishment........... for parents.


Baggy the truth is ... I was glad when the "evil ungrateful little wretch" decided a night a Ravers wasn't for him!!! :lol:
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby Rooster » Tue Sep 12, 2017 9:58 pm

BaggyTrousers wrote:
Bring Humph On!! wrote:Aye other things got in the way. The outcome is fairly straightforward...


Single children's tickets cannot be sold on their own as children are not allowed unaccompanied in the stadium. Tickmaster have no way of knowing if the children would be joining with adults so their policy has to be black & white ... no unaccompanied children's tickets sold via their website.

Ulster ticket office is the only place to buy single children's tickets.

Thanks for the discussion ... as it turns out the sons friend no longer wants to go anyway!!!!! >flog :lol:


More or less as expected then, Child Protection trumps all other issues, fully rational decision by Ticketbastard as it turns out. I'm not often wrong but I'm right again ........it's good to talk. :thumleft: :thumleft: :thumleft:

As for the evil little ungrateful little wretch, HBO I hope you told him the next time he thinks he might want to go, he can go ............... can go and fu'ck himself. Tell the father he has raised a wee gobshite.

Still, it kept us thrilled for a few days.

As for nippers in bar areas, one of my buddies was scolded a couple of years ago for bringing a nipper to the bar. I thought that had been resolved by placing a yellow line 1 metre from the bar & naming it a child-unfriendly zone, trespassers to be shot. Excluding them entirely from bars would be cruel & unusual punishment........... for parents.

That was a disgrace, I had to queue myself that night instead of sprog getting the stout for us and a Coke for herself >threaten
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