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  1. Spurs - Wembley - 13th May 2018

    Still looking for 2 tickets for the spurs away, preferably 1 adult & 1 Under 18 but cant be choosy so 2 adult tickets will do. In hope !
  2. Burnley (A) - Sat 14th April 3pm

    You still got it and what time are you in Burnley ty.
  3. Spurs tickets wanted. Lowly fox member looking for 1 adult and 1 under 18 for Spurs away. Will take 2 adult tickets if that all available.
  4. Together In block M1 Row T These are E-tickets so can email them for print at home. Payment by cash, PayPal or Bank Transfer. Face Value £50.00
  5. Spurs at home

    Leicester City v Tottenham Hotspur (28/11/2017 19:45) £55.00 1adult & 1 under 18 in Family Stand. Seated together in North Stand P1 Row B Adult £30.00 Leicester City v Tottenham Hotspur (28/11/2017 19:45) North Stand P1 Row B Under 18 £24.00.
  6. Everton (H) 29 Oct 16:00

    Now Sold, Thanks.
  7. Everton (H) 29 Oct 16:00

    1 Adult £35 & 1 Under 18 £25 together in East Stand Block G , Row NN
  8. A few tickets gone back on Lcfc site for Everton to members at the back of G1, Seated together.
  9. Looking for two together for Brighton, face value.
  10. 2 Adult tickets wanted for Brighton. pls.
  11. After the new Lcfc site would not let me enter the ballot for the Brighton game for some unknown reason that even the club could not sort I have now missed out. Strange that it has let me enter the ballot for the other upcoming games ! So looking for two tickets for Brighton, preferably adult and child but will take two adults if going. Thanks.
  12. Membership 17/18

    Reward for members loyalty ???? Really !!! Perhaps the club should have worded their Advertising for the new membership scheme as "Only some previous members will be rewarded for their loyalty. To: 'LCFC Help' <lcfchelp@lcfc.co.uk> Subject: RE: New Joint Membership Renewal Hello LCFC, Thank you for your reply to my email. Can you send me the section that said that if I renewed both my silver memberships I would still only be in a ballot along with the unlimited amount that are eligible to join the scheme this year then please with no priority what so ever and probably with a very small chance of being able to buy tickets to actually reach the priority level now required to buy tickets easily. As far as I am concerned myself and other a certain number of members will not be “Members rewarded for their loyalty” as stated in the communications you refer to as sent out from the club when we announced the new membership scheme. Can you also send me and highlight the terms that you talk about below to indicate that the new membership scheme would affect me in the negative way that this one has done. Because I feel that I must have missed something, and only renewed as I read the section that said existing “Members rewarded for their loyalty”. Which clearly is a false statement in my view and others who may read this ! Kind Regards, Member. PRIORITY APPLICATION SYSTEM Tickets to 2017/18 Premier League games will be available to Fox Members via a Priority Application System, with Members rewarded for their loyalty, as well as how many points they accumulate during the season. At the start of the 2017/18 season, Gold, Silver and City Fox Members from the 2016/17 season will be awarded the following points: GOLD: 15 points, plus 1 point for every Premier League home game they attended during the 2016/17 season* SILVER: 10 points, plus 1 point for every Premier League home game they attended during the 2016/17 season* CITY/INTERNATIONAL: 5 points, plus 1 point forevery Premier League home game they attended during the 2016/17 season* The points a Fox Member has accumulated will decide on whether they are eligible to buy tickets via the priority point process. Eligible supporters will be able to purchase tickets online at Tickets.LCFC.com, by calling the City Sales Centre on 0344 815 5000 (Option 1) or by visiting the City Fanstore, during the sales period. Tickets via this process are on a first-come-first-served basis, and those supporters unsuccessful via the priority points application process will be able to join the Club’s ticket ballot. From: LCFC Help [mailto:lcfchelp@lcfc.co.uk] Subject: RE: New Joint Membership Renewal Hi Member, Thank you for your email to Leicester City FC. You are starting off the season with more points as a member who is a brand new registrant, therefore if you are successful in the ballot you will gain points and thus put you in with a further chance of gaining tickets through the points process. These terms were highlighted in all the communications sent out from the club when we announced the new membership scheme. The membership brochure that was posted on all of our news channels contained pages of FAQ’s which highlighted these concerns. Kind Regards LCFC To: LCFC Help <lcfchelp@lcfc.co.uk> Subject: RE: New Joint Membership Renewal Having just received the correspondence below can you tell me what my membership is worth over someone who has just signed up as a member this season on zero points Me having 17 points and Daughter 15 points means that we will only enter a ballot for every game the same as all the other newcomers with the zero points. Can you tell me how we go about getting a refund on our memberships as if I had seen these terms before paying out £90 for us both I would not have bothered. Please advise. Member Supporter Number: xxxxx Dear Member, We welcome Brighton and Hove Albion, Chelsea, Liverpool, West Bromwich Albion and Everton to King Power Stadium in the opening weeks of the new season. As such, following extensive research conducted by the Club last term, the Fox Membership scheme will have a new look during the 2017/18 campaign. The scheme will operate under one Adult Membership, alongside a Junior Membership. Home Priority Points Each Fox Member has been awarded with Priority Points, which takes into account last season’s membership and games attended. Your Points Balance is 17. Sales And Ballot Application Dates Fox Members with 30+ priority points will be eligible to purchase tickets for each fixture at an earlier date. Priority purchase windows for those with 25+, 22+ and 20+ points will then open over a one-week period. A ballot will open at 9am on Friday 21 July for remaining Fox Members to apply to buy tickets for each of the five fixtures on Filbert Way. Each individual ballot will close in plenty of time before its corresponding fixture and successful applicants will then be notified when they can purchase match tickets. For the visit of newly-promoted Brighton on Saturday 19 August, for example, the ballot will open at 9am on Friday 21 July and close at 6pm on Thursday 27 July. Successful entrants can then purchase tickets from 9am on Monday 31 July. Fox Members with 30+ points, however, can buy tickets immediately without the need to join the ballot from 9am on Friday 21 July. Sales will also gradually open for Fox Members which fall into the other priority point bands (25+, 22+ and 20+) until 3pm on Saturday 29 July. Once priority sales have concluded, successful applicants in the ballot will be notified before having until 6pm on Monday 7 August to purchase tickets for the clash. Please note that a minimum of 1,000 tickets will be made available in the ballot and at least 1,000 tickets will also be provided to Fox Members between the 30+ and 20+ priority point bands. For more information on ballot applications and priority sales dates for the Premier League fixtures against Brighton, Chelsea, Liverpool, West Bromwich Albion and Everton, click HERE. For the Brighton fixture, Fox Members with 30+ priority points can visit the City Fanstore at King Power Stadium, call 0344 815 5000 (Option 1) or click HERE to buy online from 9am on Friday 21 July. The New Look LCFC.com As you may or not be aware, we recently re-launched LCFC.com and LCFCdirect.com. As such, you must re-register before you can sign in again.
  13. Chelsea Tickets Available

    One ticket for sale in SK4 Row 3. £40 face price. can meet fosse park or Narboriugh Road area. PM me.
  14. Thanks for the applause today for my close friend Dave Moore. His Girlfriend, daughter and friends were at the game today to hear the recognition of him and moved to tears. He has been a fan of the foxes since at school and we has travelled far and wide watching them. Whether being in the premier, championship or lowly league one. Madrid, Vienna, and many obscure grounds in the UK he has travelled. He had plans for the champions league and booked trips to Copenhagen & Porto and was so looking forward to them. Such a big loss of a great man. https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/dave-moore?utm_id=108&utm_term=aXj3jMPJd Story When we launched this page just over a week ago I never imagined that I would need to write what I write next. It is with great sadness and a broken heart that I need to inform you of Dave's passing. After further complications whilst receiving treatment at QMC Dave was taken from us. Dave was a fighter all the way but in the end it was all too much for his body to take. Dave passed away last night surrounded by the love of his family and friends. This is devastating news for the family and everyone who knows Dave. Like a lot of you reading this now, I have known Dave for over 30 years and to borrow a couple of comments made over the last few days, nobody ever had a bad word to say about Dave, he was the most inoffensive bloke you could meet. He was at the hub of everything that we did as a group of friends and we do not know what we will do without him. The last few days has been really difficult for the family. As you would expect from Dave, totally selfless, he was an organ donor and the family respected those wishes. This created an extended period of anguish and heartache for his loved ones. Dave leaves behind his heartbroken Mum & Dad, 2 Daughters - Jade & Iona and partner Michelle. Sue has also been by his bedside supporting Michelle and the girls. As you can imagine no financial plans were in place to cover this eventuality as Dave should have been around for another 30 years. All contributions made so far will now go towards the funeral expenses. I'm sure that all of you reading this would like to give Dave the send off that he deserves. We would gratefully welcome further donations to the fund to help cover the cost of the Funeral. Read more
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