Knighter10WHU wrote:Fair enough, must have been returns then, I just remember a big thing being made of it on Twitter at the time.
I think our loyalty point system is fair as it only counts for the last 2 seasons, not sure if Spurs' is the same? We do not receive loyalty points for unsuccessful applications, generally people don't complain if they do miss out on tickets unless the ticket office f*** up with receiving the application.
Yep, was returns.... When it comes to twitter I can't help agree with David Cameron's "Too many tweets make a twat" comment. A good number of our away games sell out before going to General sale (even many of those up north).... The London ones pretty much never go to general sale and often sell out before even members get in on the act. I had a trawl through my ticket info mails from the club this season for the aways where I applied for tickets and found the following:
Everton. Allocation. 3,000. Sold out > 110 loyalty points.
Southampton. Allocation 3,120. Sold out to ST holders with 174 or more loyalty points.
Man Utd. Allocation 3,000. Sold out > 90 loyalty points.
QPR. Allocation 1,757. Sold out ST holders with 293 loyalty points.
Sheff Utd. Allocation 5,500. Sold out > 90 loyalty points.
West Brom. Allocation 2,709. Sold out > 115 loyalty points.
Crystal Palace. Allocation 2,861. Sold out ST holders with 165 loyalty points.
Chelsea. Allocation 3,000. Sold out > 129 loyalty points
Villa. Allocation 3,000. Sold out > 109 loyalty points
Arsenal. 2,900. Sold out ST holders > 268 points.
I think our loyalty points last for 5 years now (it used to be unlimited as far as I remember).... I'm not quite as religious with my away attendance these days compared to the past so I haven't paid that much attention (although from the above I can see that I must have more than 293 loyalty points)