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Re: Chesterfield freebie ticket

Postby jerroll » 14 Jan 2022, 21:12

John Hunt wrote:
Northampton Bee wrote:Has anyone else received a call from the ticket office saying they need to move seats for Saturdays game. It seems Sky are showing Tottenham Ladies on Sunday, and rather use the existing purpose built gantry in block D , have for some reason built their own, over some of the seats !!


Yep a block of seats near the top of row d including my own. As i am hibernating it isn't an issue for me. The club said all those impacted upon have accepted seats lower down - a downgrade on the best seats in the house we pay for.

Good to see our supporters being flexible and helping the club gain a few quid from Sky.

why would we get any money from Sky, their contract is with thwfc.
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Re: Chesterfield freebie ticket

Postby John Hunt » 15 Jan 2022, 09:12

letchbee94 wrote:I agree with becbee and like her I am not effected by this but I would not be pleased about it.
I would have accepted the move but like I said not have been happy about it.


Never said i would have been happy about it. Far from it.
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Re: Chesterfield freebie ticket

Postby John Hunt » 15 Jan 2022, 09:15

jerroll wrote:
John Hunt wrote:
Northampton Bee wrote:Has anyone else received a call from the ticket office saying they need to move seats for Saturdays game. It seems Sky are showing Tottenham Ladies on Sunday, and rather use the existing purpose built gantry in block D , have for some reason built their own, over some of the seats !!


Yep a block of seats near the top of row d including my own. As i am hibernating it isn't an issue for me. The club said all those impacted upon have accepted seats lower down - a downgrade on the best seats in the house we pay for.

Good to see our supporters being flexible and helping the club gain a few quid from Sky.

why would we get any money from Sky, their contract is with thwfc.


I would have assumed that they would have to pay to put up any structures inside our ground. Technically i would assume this would filter through The Hive.

Incidentally is this for VAR?
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Re: Chesterfield freebie ticket

Postby LeftSideRun » 15 Jan 2022, 10:59

I invited two mates but no takers. I hope others have had success and the club does this offer again soon.
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Re: Chesterfield freebie ticket

Postby amberforever » 15 Jan 2022, 12:51

The offer although great, seemed a bit late?
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Re: Chesterfield freebie ticket

Postby wearebees » 16 Jan 2022, 13:55

amberforever wrote:The offer although great, seemed a bit late?

They were actually very quick. The date of the game got moved on 6th January, and the club announced the members offer the next day! I thought it was good on them trying something, when the new date was at such short notice.
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