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Getting tickets

Big Bad Barry Corr

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I've completely given up with the ticket system. Having always had a ST I've never really used it before but every time I try and buy anything it keeps saying I've not filled in something or some of my details are incorrect when they're not. Total pile of crap website.

When I got tickets for Kings Lynn via their website, it couldn't of been any easier. If they can do, I don't see why we can't make it easy.
Totally the same. Useless ticketing system completely unfit for purpose. 👎
 

Fairport

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Joined
Jan 21, 2010
Messages
1,889
Location
Shoeburyness
Getting tickets for sporting events is becoming more of a problem for many people. Football grounds and racecourses included. Many venues are now cashless, some provide eticket services that are OK if you have a printer but not everyone has. We have seen already this season good and bad examples of ticketing arrangements even in the National League. It seems that paying cash on the day will soon be a thing of the past. The only exception will be my local Chinese takeaway which is Cash Only!
 

RHB

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Staff member
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Aug 14, 2009
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22,537
Location
Westcliff riviera
I went on-line and bought two tickets for Saturday with no problems selecting or paying for them (good value, fiver each). Went into the ticket office next day and a very polite young lady had them waiting for collection. Speak as you find, I reckon, but that was an easy process well executed. I hoped it would be rubbish so I could rant about it, sadly it didn't work out that way.
 

Maroon Blue

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Aug 15, 2010
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645
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Benfleet
Tickets for Dover (Home) not available online yet? Game is only 12 days away!
And there dates printed on the website for when they would be available are Tuesday 5th October. When i phoned to get a ST complimentary on that day they had no clue as to why not on sale or when they would be available?
 

Supershrimper

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I went on-line and bought two tickets for Saturday with no problems selecting or paying for them (good value, fiver each). Went into the ticket office next day and a very polite young lady had them waiting for collection. Speak as you find, I reckon, but that was an easy process well executed. I hoped it would be rubbish so I could rant about it, sadly it didn't work out that way.
Are the tickets a fiver?? I think a little trip out to Roots Hall for the family might be in order. The missus wants to go out to Knowle to see some Deer. Surely a change to Roots Hall will guarantee that we'll see 11 deer in headlights trying to run around the pitch and string a couple of passes together.

Sad thing is i'm not describing Chertsey there
 

RHB

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Are the tickets a fiver?? I think a little trip out to Roots Hall for the family might be in order. The missus wants to go out to Knowle to see some Deer. Surely a change to Roots Hall will guarantee that we'll see 11 deer in headlights trying to run around the pitch and string a couple of passes together.

Sad thing is i'm not describing Chertsey there
Only if you are a old git, tenner otherwise.
 

Supershrimper

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I'm old in spirt and mannerisims, but not in age. A trip to Knowle it is, Least its within BBC essex radio coverage so i can depress myself and still not be at the Hall.
 

Mick

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Oct 28, 2003
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Tip for ticket office: when you sell a ticket online early on Tuesday for £5 and charge £1 for postage, don't sit on it for 2 days so you have to send it next day signed at a cost of £2.25.
 

Tommy2holes

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Jan 21, 2007
Messages
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Got two tickets for daggers and was advised that they are selling well today. Not many left, judging by the pile available.
 
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