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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby Cap'n Grumpy » Mon Sep 11, 2017 4:51 pm

Russ wrote:Has the call been made?

Maybe he's waiting to see the team announced to see if it's possibly worthwhile?
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby Bring Humph On!! » Tue Sep 12, 2017 9:14 am

Phoning now ... update to follow....
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby Cap'n Grumpy » Tue Sep 12, 2017 10:03 am

must be a l o n g phonecall
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby Bring Humph On!! » Tue Sep 12, 2017 10:33 am

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:
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby Dave » Tue Sep 12, 2017 10:43 am

I'm bringing two nippers with me on Friday. Is this ok? They are both good swimmers and will be wearing arm bands.

This ok, Russ?
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby BR » Tue Sep 12, 2017 10:43 am

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

Ticketmaster can put all the child protection policies in place, but a kid can still watch that Treviso game on the BBC! Something needs to be done.
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby BR » Tue Sep 12, 2017 10:47 am

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

But UR and TM will turn a blind eye if an unaccompanied child is prepared to pay for a full price ticket?

Nonsense policy IMHO.
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby ColinM » Tue Sep 12, 2017 12:03 pm

BR 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

But UR and TM will turn a blind eye if an unaccompanied child is prepared to pay for a full price ticket?

Nonsense policy IMHO.


A nonsense indeed, given an individual must be 18 to have a credit card in order to make the online purchase, it shouldn't matter.

I suspect the real reason is to stop loads of people buying cheap tickets and then slipping their adult sized frames through the electronic turnstiles
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby BR » Tue Sep 12, 2017 12:04 pm

ColinM wrote:
BR 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

But UR and TM will turn a blind eye if an unaccompanied child is prepared to pay for a full price ticket?

Nonsense policy IMHO.


A nonsense indeed, given an individual must be 18 to have a credit card in order to make the online purchase, it shouldn't matter.

I suspect the real reason is to stop loads of people buying cheap tickets and then slipping their adult sized frames through the electronic turnstiles

Don't need to be 18 to get a debit card.
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby Russ » Tue Sep 12, 2017 12:12 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
So the ticket policy is ambiguous

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Re: Childrens Tickets

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

Dave wrote:I'm bringing two nippers with me on Friday. Is this ok? They are both good swimmers and will be wearing arm bands.

This ok, Russ?
No

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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby Bring Humph On!! » Tue Sep 12, 2017 12:34 pm

I don't really get it. A nipper can phone and get a ticket over the phone from Ulster Rugby but can't do it online with Ticketmaster. I don't see the difference. Whose policy is it about no children in the stadium?
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby Dave » Tue Sep 12, 2017 12:40 pm

Russ made that policy.
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby BR » Tue Sep 12, 2017 1:06 pm

We're allowed childer in the stadium; just not in the deep end or the pit lane.
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby Russ » Tue Sep 12, 2017 3:27 pm

Dave wrote:Russ made that policy.
I quoted URPR

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