2022/23 Season Tickets

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fordybarnet
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334747Post fordybarnet »

hoofer2 wrote: 02 Jun 2022, 21:47
fordybarnet wrote: 02 Jun 2022, 10:49
letchbee94 wrote: 02 Jun 2022, 08:43 I fear it going to be long long process to get fans back every game at the Hive. I think it got to stage where tk could offer to pick people up and take them back home and they would still not come.
Will be even worse when Sadiqstic extends the so called 'emission' zone to the M25, making it more expensive
with my lovely old reliable diesel ! Won't be enough electric to go around anyway !
I have a diesel too, but clean enough not to have to pay ULEZ.

You can check here https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/driving/check-your-vehicle/
Yes thanks Hoofer, am aware of restrictions on older diesels, mine's 2005 and know i've probably got to make a decision on
getting cleaner, but the Mayor is not helping things the way the world is at the moment.
Don't want to have another financial reason to stop me hopefully enjoying the club i grew up with.
Costs enough coming down from Norfolk as it is.
tonbridgebee
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Joined: 18 Jan 2014, 23:26

Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334751Post tonbridgebee »

antbfc wrote: 01 Jun 2022, 07:50 To be fair any manager would want to play down their budget.
Most actually don't, well not when talking to me! They all know what each other's budget are or well in the vicinity of if not quite exact.
tonbridgebee
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334752Post tonbridgebee »

b4life wrote: 01 Jun 2022, 08:25 Just for balance, it should be noted that DB referred to a 'brilliant' bonus scheme for the players next season at the End of Season awards, which I believe may account for a slightly smaller basic budget but with much more opportunity for players to earn more. Sounds good to me, might stop some of the 'coasting' of players. If we do well, then the budget could be more than last season.
Indeed he did Mark, a great incentive I think and something different, but evidently rewarded for actually getting results which is what we all want to see :hi:
tonbridgebee
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334753Post tonbridgebee »

If the 10 game ticket get's the go ahead then I'd definitely go for one of those, I can't commit to a full season and also liking to get around to other clubs and managers it would fit perfectly for me
DerekRocholl
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Joined: 02 Feb 2011, 16:59

Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334756Post DerekRocholl »

fordybarnet wrote: 04 Jun 2022, 11:40
hoofer2 wrote: 02 Jun 2022, 21:47
fordybarnet wrote: 02 Jun 2022, 10:49
letchbee94 wrote: 02 Jun 2022, 08:43 I fear it going to be long long process to get fans back every game at the Hive. I think it got to stage where tk could offer to pick people up and take them back home and they would still not come.
Will be even worse when Sadiqstic extends the so called 'emission' zone to the M25, making it more expensive
with my lovely old reliable diesel ! Won't be enough electric to go around anyway !
I have a diesel too, but clean enough not to have to pay ULEZ.

You can check here https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/driving/check-your-vehicle/
Yes thanks Hoofer, am aware of restrictions on older diesels, mine's 2005 and know i've probably got to make a decision on
getting cleaner, but the Mayor is not helping things the way the world is at the moment.
Don't want to have another financial reason to stop me hopefully enjoying the club i grew up with.
Costs enough coming down from Norfolk as it is.
The Mayor and for that matter, most London boroughs are trying to get rid of pollution that kills people in London. He is doing what he should be doing by discouraging people from driving into London with vehicle that spew out noxious gas. If you are travelling in from Norfolk come by train, it is quicker, more comfortable and outside of rush hour a darn sight cheaper.
DerekRocholl
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334757Post DerekRocholl »

tonbridgebee wrote: 04 Jun 2022, 13:11
b4life wrote: 01 Jun 2022, 08:25 Just for balance, it should be noted that DB referred to a 'brilliant' bonus scheme for the players next season at the End of Season awards, which I believe may account for a slightly smaller basic budget but with much more opportunity for players to earn more. Sounds good to me, might stop some of the 'coasting' of players. If we do well, then the budget could be more than last season.
Indeed he did Mark, a great incentive I think and something different, but evidently rewarded for actually getting results which is what we all want to see :hi:
Difficult to tell without knowing the detail but at this level I suspect a reduced basic with a jam tomorrow bonus scheme is likely to increase the barrier to good players being interested in signing up in the first place. Bank managers and landlords aren’t that interested in doing deals with people based on their earnings power IF they have a good season.
hoppy
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334849Post hoppy »

MCB wrote: 02 Jun 2022, 12:45 BFCSA Members have a questionnaire re season ticket prices in their inbox.

Please fill it in asap, it might make a difference
Is it too early to ask for the results of the questionnaire?
becbee
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334850Post becbee »

DerekRocholl wrote: 04 Jun 2022, 16:08
tonbridgebee wrote: 04 Jun 2022, 13:11
b4life wrote: 01 Jun 2022, 08:25 Just for balance, it should be noted that DB referred to a 'brilliant' bonus scheme for the players next season at the End of Season awards, which I believe may account for a slightly smaller basic budget but with much more opportunity for players to earn more. Sounds good to me, might stop some of the 'coasting' of players. If we do well, then the budget could be more than last season.
Indeed he did Mark, a great incentive I think and something different, but evidently rewarded for actually getting results which is what we all want to see :hi:
Difficult to tell without knowing the detail but at this level I suspect a reduced basic with a jam tomorrow bonus scheme is likely to increase the barrier to good players being interested in signing up in the first place. Bank managers and landlords aren’t that interested in doing deals with people based on their earnings power IF they have a good season.
Yes, but plenty of people work in jobs where there's a basic wage then incentive payments, bonuses, regular overtime etc which make up their income. They manage to get mortgages etc. Isn't it a case of providing your last 3 payslips?
DerekRocholl
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 334880Post DerekRocholl »

becbee wrote: 09 Jun 2022, 09:26
DerekRocholl wrote: 04 Jun 2022, 16:08
tonbridgebee wrote: 04 Jun 2022, 13:11
b4life wrote: 01 Jun 2022, 08:25 Just for balance, it should be noted that DB referred to a 'brilliant' bonus scheme for the players next season at the End of Season awards, which I believe may account for a slightly smaller basic budget but with much more opportunity for players to earn more. Sounds good to me, might stop some of the 'coasting' of players. If we do well, then the budget could be more than last season.
Indeed he did Mark, a great incentive I think and something different, but evidently rewarded for actually getting results which is what we all want to see :hi:
Difficult to tell without knowing the detail but at this level I suspect a reduced basic with a jam tomorrow bonus scheme is likely to increase the barrier to good players being interested in signing up in the first place. Bank managers and landlords aren’t that interested in doing deals with people based on their earnings power IF they have a good season.
Yes, but plenty of people work in jobs where there's a basic wage then incentive payments, bonuses, regular overtime etc which make up their income. They manage to get mortgages etc. Isn't it a case of providing your last 3 payslips?
Yes, but for a bonus payment to be considered there has to be a track record of achieving bonuses on a regular basis. Difficult to see how anyone playing for BFC would provide evidence that would convince a mortgage provider that an end of season performance bonus was a foregone conclusion !
letchbee94
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 335117Post letchbee94 »

Any Ideas when we will be able to purchase the 22/23 season tickets????
b4life
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Joined: 24 Jan 2011, 09:03

Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 335125Post b4life »

We're still in discussions with the club about potential changes/offers for season tickets so I doubt anything will happen until that is resolved.
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shankbee01
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 335131Post shankbee01 »

DerekRocholl wrote:
becbee wrote: 09 Jun 2022, 09:26
DerekRocholl wrote: 04 Jun 2022, 16:08
tonbridgebee wrote: 04 Jun 2022, 13:11
b4life wrote: 01 Jun 2022, 08:25 Just for balance, it should be noted that DB referred to a 'brilliant' bonus scheme for the players next season at the End of Season awards, which I believe may account for a slightly smaller basic budget but with much more opportunity for players to earn more. Sounds good to me, might stop some of the 'coasting' of players. If we do well, then the budget could be more than last season.
Indeed he did Mark, a great incentive I think and something different, but evidently rewarded for actually getting results which is what we all want to see :hi:
Difficult to tell without knowing the detail but at this level I suspect a reduced basic with a jam tomorrow bonus scheme is likely to increase the barrier to good players being interested in signing up in the first place. Bank managers and landlords aren’t that interested in doing deals with people based on their earnings power IF they have a good season.
Yes, but plenty of people work in jobs where there's a basic wage then incentive payments, bonuses, regular overtime etc which make up their income. They manage to get mortgages etc. Isn't it a case of providing your last 3 payslips?
Yes, but for a bonus payment to be considered there has to be a track record of achieving bonuses on a regular basis. Difficult to see how anyone playing for BFC would provide evidence that would convince a mortgage provider that an end of season performance bonus was a foregone conclusion !
Caveat; I know very very little on this subject. But!!! I’d imagine footballers (especially lower league ones) have to go through specialist mortgage providers as their career is so short. The bank wouldn’t hand out a run of the mill 35 year mortgage to a 34 year old lower league footballer regardless of bonus’s or payslips.


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edgeog
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 335135Post edgeog »

letchbee94 wrote: 15 Jun 2022, 21:15 Any Ideas when we will be able to purchase the 22/23 season tickets????
If it's anything like getting shirts, then maybe 23/24.
Roy57
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 335137Post Roy57 »

I notice on Bromley fans forum there doing a season ticket for £97, which they say works out
at £4.40 per game.
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PBBee
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Re: 2022/23 Season Tickets

Post: # 335152Post PBBee »

Roy57 wrote:I notice on Bromley fans forum there doing a season ticket for £97, which they say works out
at £4.40 per game.
Yep I know a season ticket holder who mentioned this to me a few weeks ago when I confirmed to him ours are £400. And they’ve just nicked our top scorer Image
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