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Permafrost

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  1. Refunds

    It's getting through the Showsec Nazi barrier that's the difficulty. Once in there, yes, anything seems fair game.
  2. Refunds

    Getting through the Showsec lot without your child is the hardest task in Christendom. They won't have it. The first time it happened they didn't believe my lad had already gone in, and I had to ring him to get him down to the turnstile as proof. Makes you feel wonderful. Our season ticket seats are together, and we sit together, so entering the ground together shouldn't really come into it Now have to meet him outside at border control to get in. It's not a great hardship I know, and I understand they want to "maintain the integrity of the family stand" but by making sure I enter the ground with my lad it isn't really helping achieve that. I've gone off track now as my initial gripe was the no refund policy. Apologies for the personal rant. I'd love to have just an away season ticket.
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    No StanSP, it's because in my experience they're not very helpful down there. Even when I have 'got what I want' it's usually in spite of the ticket office staff rather than because of them. As Drew says above, depending on who you speak to down there, you get different results. That can't be right. For instance, apparently adults who attend a game without their child can get a slip from the ticket office to allow them in without child. So I asked for one of them and I was told to get it on matchday. Now that doesn't seem necessary. I'm pretty sure those slips would be just a few metres away from the till. That isn't very helpful. And at no point would the ticketing manager come and speak with me. Again, more of a hindrance than helpful. Not great customer service.
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    Ah ok. Double annoyance because not having my lad with me means I've got to move because I can't now go in my usual family stand seat on my own! Been ST holder in there for 10 years, so seems a tad unnecessary that, for just one game. They're never very helpful down there. No chance of common sense, but did sternly point out that if it happens more than 4 times I'd have to relocate.
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    Got a ticket for my lad for Friday night's cup game. He can't make it now because of work, but no refund is available according to club shop. Is that right? No refunds on home tickets? The lass in the shop didn't seem 100% sure tbh.
  6. Full Allocation 3,000 (includes 19 Wheelchair Spaces) Season Ticket Holder Login Required On Sale Dates (Online at 8:30am & In Person/By Phone at 9am): Season Ticket Holders with 265+ Points | Thursday 1 March Season Ticket Holders with 250+ Points | Friday 2 March Season Ticket Holders with 240+ Points | Monday 5 March Season Ticket Holders with 230+ Points | Tuesday 6 March Season Ticket Holders with 220+ Points | Wednesday 7 March Season Ticket Holders with 205+ Points | Thursday 8 March All Season Ticket Holders | Friday 9 March Pricing: Adult: £30, Seniors 65+: £23, Under 21s: £23, Under 18s: £15 All restricted view seats are discounted by £1 Supporters with a Disability Pricing: Adult:£30, Seniors 65+: £23, Under 21s: £23, Under 18s: £15. Supporter with Disabilities will also get a FREE Companion.
  7. WBA away - 3pm Sat 10th March

    Good seats an all. Worth the wait.
  8. WBA away - 3pm Sat 10th March

    A2 just opened online, with more than half of the seats unavailable.
  9. WBA away - 3pm Sat 10th March

    Roughly 100 available now, with 3 blocks still to be released. So approx. 1,500? For a game like this they could easily risk putting four of the six blocks on sale from the start.
  10. WBA away - 3pm Sat 10th March

    I think you're probably right. And that's fair enough really. It didn't used to be the case, 'cos I know a few on the scheme who used to complain about getting the first seats that went on sale, which more often that not aren't the best. If the club have managed to address that, then fair play.
  11. WBA away - 3pm Sat 10th March

    A1 and A4 first. Then A5 - which is now open I notice, but with loads gone already!? A2 is next.
  12. WBA away - 3pm Sat 10th March

    I always enjoy WBA away. Easy and not very expensive on the train; good pubs in Brum centre and Jewellery Quarter pre- and post-match; and more often than not, 3 points to bring home.
  13. Full Allocation 2,737 (includes 17 Wheelchair Spaces) Season Ticket Holder Login Required On Sale Dates (Online at 8:30am & In Person/By Phone at 9am): Season Ticket Holders with 265+ Points | Monday 5 February Season Ticket Holders with 250+ Points | Tuesday 6 February Season Ticket Holders with 240+ Points | Wednesday 7 February Season Ticket Holders with 230+ Points | Thursday 8 February Season Ticket Holders with 220+ Points | Friday 9 February Season Ticket Holders with 205+ Points | Monday 12 February All Season Ticket Holders | Tuesday 13 February Pricing: Adult: £30, Seniors 60+: £20, Under 23s: £20, Students: £20, Under 17s: £12 Supporters with a Disability Pricing: Adult: £12, Seniors 60+: £12, Under 23s: £12, Students: £12, Under 17s: £12 Supporter with Disabilities will also get a FREE Companion
  14. Peterborough away - 12.30pm Sat 27th January

    U18 ticket for £5 if any one needs one. SOLD NOW.
  15. One u18 ticket available for Peterborough. Collect from Leicester.
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