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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster 10:06 - Jun 14 with 2584 viewsswans11

http://mobile.swanseacity.net/news/article/ticketmaster-partnership-1643157.aspx

Decent system at last
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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 10:15 - Jun 14 with 2550 viewsNeathJack

Good of them to finally introduce season ticket cards for ST holders instead of the stub book. You'd have thought they'd have done that a coiple of years ago................
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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 10:45 - Jun 14 with 2475 viewsDewi1jack

It's the "print your own tickets at home" bit caught my eye.
So, instead of building a costly expansion, the club can get 3 or 4 people to a seat by people using a printer

If you wake up breathing, thats a good start to your day and you'll make many thousands of people envious.

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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 10:50 - Jun 14 with 2466 viewsBLAZE

The ticket exchange for ST holders looks useful. If I can't travel for a game then I usually shift the ticket anyway, but there has been a few occasions where the seat has gone wasted
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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 10:55 - Jun 14 with 2437 viewsDyfnant

Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 10:50 - Jun 14 by BLAZE

The ticket exchange for ST holders looks useful. If I can't travel for a game then I usually shift the ticket anyway, but there has been a few occasions where the seat has gone wasted


Until we get people moaning over not getting the full face value
Edit: not aimed at you
[Post edited 14 Jun 2014 10:56]

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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 11:10 - Jun 14 with 2386 viewsTrundle10

Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 10:15 - Jun 14 by NeathJack

Good of them to finally introduce season ticket cards for ST holders instead of the stub book. You'd have thought they'd have done that a coiple of years ago................


that bit caught my eye too, you couldn't make this up!!!
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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 11:30 - Jun 14 with 2335 viewsjackharris

I wonder if this means the card will get scanned to gain entry and the bar code of the printed tickets?

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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 11:40 - Jun 14 with 2316 viewsJBT95

I hope we don't have stupidly priced fees and stuff now cause of this.
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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 11:50 - Jun 14 with 2292 views1jack

I despise ticketmaster, awful, awful company. gutted
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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 12:42 - Jun 14 with 2211 views3swan

Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 10:50 - Jun 14 by BLAZE

The ticket exchange for ST holders looks useful. If I can't travel for a game then I usually shift the ticket anyway, but there has been a few occasions where the seat has gone wasted


We missed 3 home games for various reasons so could help if people can't get tickets.
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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 12:48 - Jun 14 with 2190 viewsswans11

Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 11:40 - Jun 14 by JBT95

I hope we don't have stupidly priced fees and stuff now cause of this.


Cardiff used this last season they had 1.50 fee. Several clubs use this throughout leagues was looking to see fees charged Barnsley says no fees this season guess depends deal made by clubs
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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 12:51 - Jun 14 with 2182 viewsScoobyWho

We have had season ticket cards for a few seasons now. So why mention doing away with season ticket stubs when we haven't had any stubs for years.

Nonsense.

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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 12:52 - Jun 14 with 2179 viewsPrivate_Partz

I noticed that one as well Trundle 10. The person that updates the site obviously has freebie entry and has not seen the new style season ticket. Obviously the proof checkers are in the same boat.

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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 12:52 - Jun 14 with 2172 viewsSpratty

Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 10:15 - Jun 14 by NeathJack

Good of them to finally introduce season ticket cards for ST holders instead of the stub book. You'd have thought they'd have done that a coiple of years ago................


Sums it up - clueless

Does not bode well for any detailed analysis into the current system and addressing the actual issues rather than just plumping for another system en bloc.

I imagine there was no consultation with fans about detailed problems and suitability of ticketmaster (with it's attendant issues) was the best way forward.
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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 12:55 - Jun 14 with 2155 viewsScoobyWho

Anyone from the club reading this please get a grip FFS. The article makes you look second rate yet again. Season ticket stubs, fu ckjng idiots. I'm annoyed now.

Pub.

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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 15:43 - Jun 14 with 1949 viewsUxbridge

I'm told the card thing means it's swipe access rather than the current system. Is badly worded though.

Eticketing is a positive move and will be interested to see the live system.

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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 16:49 - Jun 14 with 1864 viewsBLAZE

Also, as things stand ST holders still need stubbed tickets for games not covered by the ST, so maybe this means tickets bought for such games will now automatically go onto the card, doing away with the need for paper tickets completely!?
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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 17:02 - Jun 14 with 1833 viewsUxbridge

Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 16:49 - Jun 14 by BLAZE

Also, as things stand ST holders still need stubbed tickets for games not covered by the ST, so maybe this means tickets bought for such games will now automatically go onto the card, doing away with the need for paper tickets completely!?


That's my understanding.

Until get to see it it's all a bit woolly though. Hopefully soon.

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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 18:45 - Jun 14 with 1704 viewsreddythered

Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 15:43 - Jun 14 by Uxbridge

I'm told the card thing means it's swipe access rather than the current system. Is badly worded though.

Eticketing is a positive move and will be interested to see the live system.


Very badly worded. The system we used was the one Arsenal use, it's not Ticketmaster ( who I avoid like the plague anyway ).

The actual swiping in technology is fairly standard by now, very few problems getting in - where there's a problem with the card, stewards have devices to instantly check the cards, so issues get resolved quickly.

Other than that, fairly similar to most systems from a quick read. For us, if we want to load non-league games onto the ST card, then it's a case of logon to the website, select the game you want to buy. Print receipt just in case, swipe in as normal - other than for pre-season friendlies where it's normal ticketing. Makes it nice and easy to keep your usual seat. Can also purchase the next season's ST through it as well.

Not sure what goes on with us for ST holders not making games, ie selling the ticket. Been mooted for a while, never done it myself.

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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 20:34 - Jun 14 with 1597 viewsswans11

Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 18:45 - Jun 14 by reddythered

Very badly worded. The system we used was the one Arsenal use, it's not Ticketmaster ( who I avoid like the plague anyway ).

The actual swiping in technology is fairly standard by now, very few problems getting in - where there's a problem with the card, stewards have devices to instantly check the cards, so issues get resolved quickly.

Other than that, fairly similar to most systems from a quick read. For us, if we want to load non-league games onto the ST card, then it's a case of logon to the website, select the game you want to buy. Print receipt just in case, swipe in as normal - other than for pre-season friendlies where it's normal ticketing. Makes it nice and easy to keep your usual seat. Can also purchase the next season's ST through it as well.

Not sure what goes on with us for ST holders not making games, ie selling the ticket. Been mooted for a while, never done it myself.


Arsenal also use ticket master ad Cardiff did it was just named eticket all powered by ticket master

Here's current link to all teams that use it. We will hopefully be on there soon
http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/feature/football-tickets.html
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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 21:10 - Jun 14 with 1553 viewsUxbridge

Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 18:45 - Jun 14 by reddythered

Very badly worded. The system we used was the one Arsenal use, it's not Ticketmaster ( who I avoid like the plague anyway ).

The actual swiping in technology is fairly standard by now, very few problems getting in - where there's a problem with the card, stewards have devices to instantly check the cards, so issues get resolved quickly.

Other than that, fairly similar to most systems from a quick read. For us, if we want to load non-league games onto the ST card, then it's a case of logon to the website, select the game you want to buy. Print receipt just in case, swipe in as normal - other than for pre-season friendlies where it's normal ticketing. Makes it nice and easy to keep your usual seat. Can also purchase the next season's ST through it as well.

Not sure what goes on with us for ST holders not making games, ie selling the ticket. Been mooted for a while, never done it myself.


Functionality wise a lot of that happens with our old system, but tickets were sent in post. Will be good to simply have card activated.

Proof will be in the pudding though.

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Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 21:25 - Jun 14 with 1531 viewsPhil_S

Looks like finally listened we have teamed up with ticketmaster on 18:45 - Jun 14 by reddythered

Very badly worded. The system we used was the one Arsenal use, it's not Ticketmaster ( who I avoid like the plague anyway ).

The actual swiping in technology is fairly standard by now, very few problems getting in - where there's a problem with the card, stewards have devices to instantly check the cards, so issues get resolved quickly.

Other than that, fairly similar to most systems from a quick read. For us, if we want to load non-league games onto the ST card, then it's a case of logon to the website, select the game you want to buy. Print receipt just in case, swipe in as normal - other than for pre-season friendlies where it's normal ticketing. Makes it nice and easy to keep your usual seat. Can also purchase the next season's ST through it as well.

Not sure what goes on with us for ST holders not making games, ie selling the ticket. Been mooted for a while, never done it myself.


I know you're having a bad time of it reddy but you're not non-league yet??
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