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Yes, the penny has dropped MB. Secondary Ticketing would also come into play so the club could sell our seat again if we couldn't make it. Yes it makes sense to sell as much as we can up front, as Frankie pointed out I would still like to think that the Mhanky games apart, bears would still be able to get a ticket on match day if they wanted.

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It is very important that we have match day tickets available for sale match by match. We must be able to accomodate tourists who are drawn to visit our city and our club. If they cant get in to Ibrox they may end up elsewhere.......

 

Most EPL clubs, especially in the big cities, have hundreds, perhaps thousands of "fans" coming once or twice a year from abroad to see the games live. If we were completely sold out we would lose this option to sell to future fans or those who have Rangers as a favourite second club.

 

We must also take into account the fans who cannot afford a season ticket but are nevertheless just as passionate about our club and want to attend as many games as they can find the cash for. We must never alienate working class football fans just so we can get a few extra quid in August.

 

If we can get the secondary ticketing working properly it would be very helpful to all categories of non-season ticket fans mentioned above, but IMO we should be keeping some back as a principle.

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It is very important that we have match day tickets available for sale match by match. We must be able to accomodate tourists who are drawn to visit our city and our club. If they cant get in to Ibrox they may end up elsewhere.......

 

Most EPL clubs, especially in the big cities, have hundreds, perhaps thousands of "fans" coming once or twice a year from abroad to see the games live. If we were completely sold out we would lose this option to sell to future fans or those who have Rangers as a favourite second club.

 

We must also take into account the fans who cannot afford a season ticket but are nevertheless just as passionate about our club and want to attend as many games as they can find the cash for. We must never alienate working class football fans just so we can get a few extra quid in August.

 

If we can get the secondary ticketing working properly it would be very helpful to all categories of non-season ticket fans mentioned above, but IMO we should be keeping some back as a principle.

 

Don't disagree TB. Just a question of how many.

 

There are almost always spare seats in the corners of the Clubdeck even on busy nights and if we genuinely do sell out regularly, then the club can adjust the incentives around secondary ticketing to make it more attractive - that's a real win / win / win for ST holders, occasional fans and the Club.

 

 

 

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Can't see how club could sell your seat unless told in advance that you are not attending!!

 

That's how the re-ticketing scheme works, if you can't make a specific game, you tell the club in advance and they re-sell the seat.

 

You get a discount towards your next season ticket and everyone wins.

 

 

 

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That's how the re-ticketing scheme works, if you can't make a specific game, you tell the club in advance and they re-sell the seat.

 

You get a discount towards your next season ticket and everyone wins.

 

I didn't know that.........that's a great idea

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