The 5 year ST Loyalty scheme

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Re: The 5 year ST Loyalty scheme

Postby beckton on Mon Jun 11, 2012 10:45 am

I just renewed over the phone this morning and was offered the option of either the 5% or 20% discount by the ticket office. :thup:
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Re: The 5 year ST Loyalty scheme

Postby BarkingHammer80 on Mon Jun 11, 2012 11:29 am

Does anyone know if you can pay in cash at the ticket office. Going to get mine soon
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Re: The 5 year ST Loyalty scheme

Postby Bedshammer on Mon Jun 11, 2012 11:45 am

BarkingHammer80 wrote:Does anyone know if you can pay in cash at the ticket office. Going to get mine soon


Yes you can. We did, on Saturday.
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Re: The 5 year ST Loyalty scheme

Postby BarkingHammer80 on Mon Jun 11, 2012 12:00 pm

:thup: cheers mate
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Re: The 5 year ST Loyalty scheme

Postby Odessa on Tue Jun 12, 2012 8:58 am

Does the 20% apply to young adults and childs tickets?

A mate needs to renew for himself, two lads and a 19/20yo and wonders if the discount applies to everyone or just the full price adult ticket.

Cheers in advance.
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Re: The 5 year ST Loyalty scheme

Postby Bedshammer on Tue Jun 12, 2012 9:02 am

Odessa wrote:Does the 20% apply to young adults and childs tickets?

A mate needs to renew for himself, two lads and a 19/20yo and wonders if the discount applies to everyone or just the full price adult ticket.

Cheers in advance.


It's for all tickets, as far as I know.
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Re: The 5 year ST Loyalty scheme

Postby mushy on Tue Jun 12, 2012 9:07 am

I think I am going to plump for the 5% for the next four years option.
Can someone remember to PM me and tell me what a mug I have been in the year 2016 please?
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Re: The 5 year ST Loyalty scheme

Postby Hammers Dad on Tue Jun 12, 2012 12:30 pm

Odessa wrote:Does the 20% apply to young adults and childs tickets?

A mate needs to renew for himself, two lads and a 19/20yo and wonders if the discount applies to everyone or just the full price adult ticket.

Cheers in advance.


I'm renewing 2 adults, one young adult and an under 10 and all have been apportioned the discount online. I will probably go to the ticket office over the weekend and get the 20%.
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Re: The 5 year ST Loyalty scheme

Postby mushy on Tue Jun 12, 2012 2:16 pm

Now here is a question....
what about if you go from say a band four and upgrade to a band 2?
Do you get the discount on the band 4 price or the band 2 price?
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Re: The 5 year ST Loyalty scheme

Postby Bamber Gascoigne on Tue Jun 12, 2012 2:27 pm

Hammers Dad wrote:I'm renewing 2 adults, one young adult and an under 10 and all have been apportioned the discount online. I will probably go to the ticket office over the weekend and get the 20%.


Are your young adults or the under 10s tkts due to change category (eg young adult to adult and/or under 10 to under 16) over the 3 years following 2012/13? Might be worth checking with the ticket office on what basis the 5% is given as if its also applicable to the category change price the 5% over 4 years may potentially be more cost effective. As far as I can tell from what others have posted on here you don;t have to take the same deal for all of the tickets - so you could take the 20% on the adults and 5% over 4 years on the others etc.

My eldest Sons tkt changes to adult end of next season and also 2x under 16s changing to young adult at the same time, so will be investigating the 5% further before we renew...
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Re: The 5 year ST Loyalty scheme

Postby Hammers Dad on Wed Jun 13, 2012 12:56 pm

Bamber Gascoigne wrote:Are your young adults or the under 10s tkts due to change category (eg young adult to adult and/or under 10 to under 16) over the 3 years following 2012/13? Might be worth checking with the ticket office on what basis the 5% is given as if its also applicable to the category change price the 5% over 4 years may potentially be more cost effective. As far as I can tell from what others have posted on here you don;t have to take the same deal for all of the tickets - so you could take the 20% on the adults and 5% over 4 years on the others etc.

My eldest Sons tkt changes to adult end of next season and also 2x under 16s changing to young adult at the same time, so will be investigating the 5% further before we renew...


Now why didn't I think of that......?
My boy is 10 in September and daughetr 20 in October so a 5% reduction would be better for them whereas my missus and I are already old gits so will take the 20% in one go.

Thanks..
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Re: The 5 year ST Loyalty scheme

Postby brownout on Thu Jun 14, 2012 3:18 pm

Yet another email from the club asking me to renew today. No mention of the 20% to tempt me though.
I will renew but they're not getting my money until the last day.
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Re: The 5 year ST Loyalty scheme

Postby west ham15 on Thu Jun 14, 2012 3:43 pm

brownout wrote:Yet another email from the club asking me to renew today. No mention of the 20% to tempt me though.
I will renew but they're not getting my money until the last day.

So what difference does that make then?? They are ending up getting your money........
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Re: The 5 year ST Loyalty scheme

Postby Smudger1 on Thu Jun 14, 2012 4:16 pm

west ham15 wrote:So what difference does that make then?? They are ending up getting your money........


Personally using my credit card on either the day before or on deadline day will mean the bill won't be due until later in August as I'll have mised the deadline in the July bill, every little helps :wink:
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Re: The 5 year ST Loyalty scheme

Postby brownout on Thu Jun 14, 2012 10:03 pm

Same here - another month until credit card payment due.
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Re: The 5 year ST Loyalty scheme

Postby Hammer2002 on Sun Jun 17, 2012 11:47 am

I will definitely be taking my 20% now, as that's what I signed up for in the first place.

Doing the maths, I work out by taking the 5% deal, and assuming season ticket prices increased by 5% each year, then I'd be a whole £13 better off in 4 years time, than if I take the 20% now!
If ticket prices go up 10% each year then I'll be almost £26.50 better off.

Not worth waiting 4 years for IMHO. Anyway in 2 years time when we are in the Olympic stadium, the Dave's are going to slash prices aren't they? They promised!

Does anyone know if the ticket office is open on Saturday's for season ticket renewals, and if so what are the opening times?
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Re: The 5 year ST Loyalty scheme

Postby Hammer110 on Sun Jun 17, 2012 2:18 pm

Hammer2002 wrote:Not worth waiting 4 years for IMHO. Anyway in 2 years time when we are in the Olympic statium, the Dave's are going to slash prices aren't they? They promised!


I think what they said was we would have some of the cheapest prices, not that they would slash prices across the board.
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Re: The 5 year ST Loyalty scheme

Postby Hammer2002 on Sun Jun 17, 2012 2:30 pm

Hammer110 wrote:
I think what they said was we would have some of the cheapest prices, not that they would slash prices across the board.


So for cheapest prices, I wouldn't expect a dramatic increase in prices when(if) we move to the Olympic Stadium.
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Re: The 5 year ST Loyalty scheme

Postby The Pub Landlord on Sun Jun 17, 2012 3:28 pm

I took the 20% option, we might end up like Glasgow Rangers and not exist anymore
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Re: The 5 year ST Loyalty scheme

Postby LittleChris on Sun Jun 17, 2012 9:52 pm

Hello all, first post though I've been peeking for several years - just naturally shy y'know

I've done the renewal by post since I want to move from the Lower West to the Upper Bobby. Having spoken to the ticket office, I included a letter with the renewal docs confirming that I want the 20% and that it will apply to my new location despite dropping a band. I had the documents back yesterday but only because I hadn't signed the disclaimer ( purposely, since it refers to the 5% ), so have signed it making specfic reference to my letter. Hopefully now moving to the BMU for £588 :thup:
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