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JFP1302

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The email thats just come out has the previous block times 不不不

Dear Hibee,


We are delighted to welcome you to Easter Road for our UEFA Europa Conference League tie with FC Santa Coloma on July 22. It should be another special European night with 4,700 fans attending.

Ahead of the game we wanted to write and explain the pre-match, match and post-match rules to ensure the game is carried out in a Covid-safe manner.

Please read the full Spectator Code of Conduct prior to arriving at Easter Road. This is an important document that outlines everything you need to know before attending and will ensure an enjoyable and safe game for you and your fellow fans.

Pre-Match

You must not attend if youre isolating or displaying any symptoms. Look out for a temperature of 37.8 degrees or above, a new continuous cough or a loss of taste or smell.

You must not gather outside Easter Road in large crowds or breach social distancing rules. Please do not come to Easter Road if you do not have a valid ticket.

Remember to bring your digital ticket and stick to your allocated seat. Arrive at your agreed time and bring your photo ID. The staggered arrival times are as follows:

East Stand (Blocks 37, 38 & 39)

Block 37 4.30-5.30pm

Block 38 5.00-5.30pm

Block 39 4.30-5.30pm

From 5.306.00pm all late arrivals will need queue and wait to be directed by stewards socially distanced.

West Stand (Blocks 1-4, 6-9, 10-12 and 13-15)

Blocks 1-4 Lower (turnstiles 13-16) 4.00-4.30pm then 5.00-5.30pm

Blocks 13-15 Upper (turnstiles 21-24) 4.00-4.30pm then 5.00-5.30pm

Blocks 6-9 Lower (turnstiles 17-20) 4.30-5.00pm then 5.30-6.00pm

Blocks 10-12 Upper (turnstiles 9-12) 4.30-5.00pm then 5.30-6.00pm
 
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Apparently I've assigned my grandsons ticket to a 12 year old (him) which isn't much of a surprise as he was 11 last season. I mistook prices frozen as an incentive for sitting in the house last season so I assume I'll now have to pay more to make his season ticket valid with mo idea if he'll even get to use it ? Quite why a kid pays more when they go to high school school puzzles me I must say but that's football for you

That is the bit they will never answer.
 

JFP1302

Just A Radge
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Anyone ever have difficulty downloading the ticket to Google pay ?

Just getting something went wrong and try again
 

Forzahibs

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That is the bit they will never answer.
Just seems ridiculous that above 12 pays more than under when obviously neither are earning , i see KPs explanation regarding the school setup but what does that have to do with football . God knows how families afford it
 

JFP1302

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Seems when I upgrade one of the tickets from child to adult they deleted the other adult.
No won't answer the phone
 

Forzahibs

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Seems when I upgrade one of the tickets from child to adult they deleted the other adult.
No won't answer the phone
I just tried to phone too regarding my criminal intent to defraud the club when renewing my grandsons season ticket .
I sent an email but from comments from others i'm not expecting a prompt reply
 

JFP1302

Just A Radge
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I just tried to phone too regarding my criminal intent to defraud the club when renewing my grandsons season ticket .
I sent an email but from comments from others i'm not expecting a prompt reply
I got through. Tbf emails are being replied to today quite quickly
 

Zab

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Just seems ridiculous that above 12 pays more than under when obviously neither are earning , i see KPs explanation regarding the school setup but what does that have to do with football . God knows how families afford it

Totally agree with you on that.

The increase at that age must price some families (therefore future customers as we are all seen as) out of attending football. The increase from child to youth happening at 16 makes far more sense to me, then the full adult price at 18.
 

Forzahibs

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Totally agree with you on that.

The increase at that age must price some families (therefore future customers as we are all seen as) out of attending football. The increase from child to youth happening at 16 makes far more sense to me, then the full adult price at 18.
Well you can leave school and earn a wage so that would make sense to any right minded person but in football there is far too much greed involved these days . Where else is a 12 year old not deemed a child ffs
 

Zab

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Well you can leave school and earn a wage so that would make sense to any right minded person but in football there is far too much greed involved these days . Where else is a 12 year old not deemed a child ffs

Aye exactly, 16 makes much more sense. I could be wrong but I doubt the loss in income to the club would be all that significant, but it is highly significant to families.

More kids in stadiums is more opportunity to sell food and drinks, tops/hats/scarves etc.
 

Forzahibs

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Aye exactly, 16 makes much more sense. I could be wrong but I doubt the loss in income to the club would be all that significant, but it is highly significant to families.

More kids in stadiums is more opportunity to sell food and drinks, tops/hats/scarves etc.
It could only be significant if there were a queue of adults waiting to take their place . We all know how easily you get hooked as a kid ....
 
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It could only be significant if there were a queue of adults waiting to take their place . We all know how easily you get hooked as a kid ....

Absolutely. Id say the overwhelming majority of us who buy season tickets as adults do so because we either had them as kids, or were taken to plenty games.
 

Rocky

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Just an observation - the Early Bird price for a Youth is lower than full price for a Child.
 

Forzahibs

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Absolutely. Id say the overwhelming majority of us who buy season tickets as adults do so because we either had them as kids, or were taken to plenty games.
I travelled over with my mates when i was 13 but totally different times , football is far too money orientated now and i think many owners are blind to what you said above because they're not really football people
 
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I travelled over with my mates when i was 13 but totally different times , football is far too money orientated now and i think many owners are blind to what you said above because they're not really football people

I agree. I think most owners never experienced going to games as kids, so they dont get it and never will.
 
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