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Re: Semi Final Tickets

Post by Latecomer » Wed Apr 24, 2013 12:15 pm

Hi Mr Partridge,
Think you're missing my point. Having paid for season tickets which don't include the semi and a TV subscription which will allow me to watch the semi, I haven't got another £50 for semi tickets, £3 for programme, £5 for parking, £3.40 for hot dog for my son, £3.40 for a pint for me, etc. Hence the reason why we won't be going and the reason why I suspect these games never sell out, in response to the previous post.

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Re: Semi Final Tickets

Post by Tomvarndell » Wed Apr 24, 2013 12:35 pm

Are you sure you are not merely cutting your nose off to spite you're face and in actual fact you can comfortably afford to go to the semi?

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Re: Semi Final Tickets

Post by sapajo » Thu May 02, 2013 2:08 pm

Saints accepting advance semi tickets from season ticket holders

http://www.northamptonsaints.co.uk/news ... YJkpJPvvOg

Why do Tigers not offer us the same facility ???
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Re: Semi Final Tickets

Post by Hinckley Bob » Thu May 02, 2013 3:21 pm

I am not happy as my wife and I are both season ticket holders but we are on holiday abroad from tomorrow for a week and miss the LI game. I rang the ticket office to try to reserve my SF tickets (home or away) offering my credit card details but was told that I could not book until the details were confirmed. I am therefore hoping that I can either manage to book from Norway or that bluntiger's assumption is correct and there will be tickets remaining when we return.

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Re: Semi Final Tickets

Post by ellis9 » Fri May 03, 2013 10:36 am

£3 for programme, £5 for parking, £3.40 for hot dog for my son, £3.40 for a pint for me
You could save yourself £15 by not having any of the above.

-Don't buy a programme
-Park in a side street
-Take food from home for your son
-Don't buy a beer

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Re: Semi Final Tickets

Post by Tigerbeat » Fri May 03, 2013 10:41 am

sapajo wrote:Saints accepting advance semi tickets from season ticket holders

http://www.northamptonsaints.co.uk/news ... YJkpJPvvOg

Why do Tigers not offer us the same facility ???

The problem is that Saints know where they will be playing..........AWAY!!! :smt050

Tigers would look a bit foolish selling tickets for Welford Road if they were to lose on Saturday......which I do not believe is going to happen.
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Re: Semi Final Tickets

Post by h's dad » Fri May 03, 2013 10:48 am

Tigerbeat wrote:
sapajo wrote:Saints accepting advance semi tickets from season ticket holders

http://www.northamptonsaints.co.uk/news ... YJkpJPvvOg

Why do Tigers not offer us the same facility ???

The problem is that Saints know where they will be playing..........AWAY!!! :smt050

Tigers would look a bit foolish selling tickets for Welford Road if they were to lose on Saturday......which I do not believe is going to happen.
"There are three possibilities for the Saints - 1) away to Saracens; 2) away to Leicester; 3) at home to Leicester."

Also, in the event of a home tie( :smt046 ) Saints are offering a 30% discount to STH.
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Re: Semi Final Tickets

Post by Bobmac » Fri May 03, 2013 6:40 pm

Last season the club sold semi final tickets after the final whistle of the last home game. Will that happen tomorrow if we get a home semi?

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Re: Semi Final Tickets

Post by Bill W (2) » Fri May 03, 2013 6:50 pm

Why not ask the ticket office?
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Re: Semi Final Tickets

Post by DickyP » Fri May 03, 2013 6:50 pm

Northenlad wrote:It still frustrates me that as a Season Ticket holder we have to pay for the semi-final tickets! They should be included as a bonus in the price of the Season Ticket.
Not really - if they did then the club would up the cost to cover the 'loss' so you'd pay just the same and lose out if you didn't go, and pay for nothing if we didn't make the SF at home.

And the ticket price for ST holders is normally much reduced - £26 last year for a ticket that cost non-ST holder £36!

Let's face it we are the only club where this would even be discussed as an issue.
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