Discussion in 'The Hornets' Nest - Watford Chat' started by UEA_Hornet, Aug 2, 2019.
This won’t be a problem in the championship trust me, they’ll take whoever they can
I'm not actually going to the match this Saturday.
So, as I now understand it, you could miss every match as long as you let the club know, still get your season ticket for next season and miss all of those as well!
Be Sod's law we get relegated so most of the pickers and choosers that bug the club won't want season tickets anyway !!
Naturally I hope we don't ofcouse !
Btw they will say Brighton is sold out but won't look it..
So there are now more tickets available around the ground than there were a few days ago so it seems like this system maybe in motion
Please don't buy my mate Paul's seat in the middle of the Rookery. I like to spread out a bit when he's not there.
Oh hang on, just remembered I'll be standing all game this year with the 1881 moving over. Anyone know how that went by the way? Unless I missed a thread on it its gone quiet.
As an aside, seeing as we're on about season tickets, I'm an over 65 and sit in the Rookery with a supposed 'restricted view' because there's a tiny bit of railing at the top of a stairwell that marginally restricts my view of the Rookery/SE corner flag. But, seeing as we all stand up when the ball's down there anyway, it's not really a restricted view at all.
So, how much would posters guess that season ticket might have set me back given all the flak around how much it's supposed to cost for an adult (allegedly) to watch the football these days?
Just under £300?
Getting warm. Factually correct. But not that warm.
They are going to struggle to keep it half full at this rate
The number of games missable should be related to our form.
After today, all ST holders should be allowed to avoid all matches until at least Christmas.
Is it ok to leave early?
That is still an empty seat but Duxbury seems fine with that.
Good, keeps the fair weather fans away.
As I say be sods law that we get relegated and play Wigan on a Tuesday.
Be back to Kids for a Quid!
We will be fine this season by hook or by crook.
“Do or die”?
Despite the warnings still lots of empty seats yesterday. Did those not attending not head the warnings, club advised of non attending too late or lack of demand for tickets
If they emailed, they’re in the clear.
Not being allowed to renew doesn’t seem such a threat today.
I put my son’s up for sale a week before the game but no sale. I suppose single seats harder to sell than pairs?
I didn’t think there were anywhere near the usual number of empty seats, even in the Family Stand, especially given that we were playing Brighton and in August when many people are on holiday.
I understand the idea behind it, but it’s a weird sort of business that wants to have words with customers who want to pay full price and demand nothing in return.
We also don’t seem to have considered how this policy will play out if we are awful this year.
Must have been full price at Legoland.