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Season Tickets (inc. Renewal Poll)


ST Poll  

180 members have voted

  1. 1. Will you buy a season ticket for 2021/22?

    • Yes - no matter what
      51
    • Yes - depending on personal circumstances
      7
    • No - but I would if Mowbray left
      65
    • No - but for other reasons
      57


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3 hours ago, Crimpshrine said:

On principle I don't want to support the regime by putting money into their coffers.

If I did attend a home match and shared my opinion by shouting 'Venky's out' throughout the game, I suspect it wouldn't go down too well. I don't want to spoil other people's enjoyment.

I will just continue to encourage everybody to boycott, for the good of the club, and look forward to the day I can return to Ewood with a clear conscience.

When you pay for a season ticket - you’re also ensuring local employment in the ground - something to consider before seeing it as a simple vote for “Venky’s out” or whatever other anti ownership motive you’ve got.

Im talking about the key times to complain - rightly if you spent all game shouting Venkys out next to me you’d get told to shut up. Without a season ticket or being in the stadium though, you miss the flash points and opportunity to voice your concerns (where I get the cathartic comments out as opposed to sticking them here)

End of the day your decision - but I would add that it’s my opinion; the likes of those bothered about the conscience will be back if the team does well. A big if, but still!

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9 minutes ago, JBiz said:

Yea - moaning on the internet seems to be the most important aspect in reflection 😆 

You are quite correct, there is nothing better than a bit of internet moaning.

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Just thinking, with the current view that seems to be at Ewood with regards to not enticing people to turn up at matches, wonder how much extra space / cost would be needed to add a 15,000 seater stadium onto an all in one academy on say the outskirts of Whitebirk ?

Would the sale of some land in Brockhall cover it?

Would only 3/4000 season ticket sales and home support of 6/7000 at matches be used to justify such a drastic move?

 

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1 minute ago, perthblue02 said:

Just thinking, with the current view that seems to be at Ewood with regards to not enticing people to turn up at matches, wonder how much extra space / cost would be need to add a 15,000 seater stadium onto an all in one academy on say the outskirts of Whitebirk ?

 

Waggott's wet dream probably, as well as becoming a bit of a yo yo team between the Championship and League 1 where the Coventrio are obviously far more comfortable and at their natural level.

Up to us as fans to preserve Jack's infrastructure until we can see these charlatans off and get someone decent in.

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16 minutes ago, perthblue02 said:

Just thinking, with the current view that seems to be at Ewood with regards to not enticing people to turn up at matches, wonder how much extra space / cost would be needed to add a 15,000 seater stadium onto an all in one academy on say the outskirts of Whitebirk ?

Would the sale of some land in Brockhall cover it?

Would only 3/4000 season ticket sales and home support of 6/7000 at matches be used to justify such a drastic move?

 

i would`nt put anything past swaggot,the first step would be to inform the press that ewood park is to costly to maintain and is not fit for purpose,no doubt he`d blame the fans citing "the lack of attendence is one of our major concerns and it`s clearly because the ground is dilapidated"(it`s not of course),shuffling us into an idendakit legoland stadium is his favoured plan,especially as the brockhall sale p*****d on his chips,i honestly don`t think pasha or venkys know what is going on,they might not care but swag is running the show for his own self interest

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36 minutes ago, Hoochie Bloochie Mama said:

It's from the link you posted. Our cheapest is £399,  the fifth highest 'cheapest season ticket'  in the league. 

Plus one of the four higher, Preston, are offering cash back to anyone who had a ST in 2019/20 or 2020/21. This ranges from £30 to £70 so anyone renewing from pre Covid will have the opportunity of a cheaper ticket than at Ewood.

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1 hour ago, perthblue02 said:

Just thinking, with the current view that seems to be at Ewood with regards to not enticing people to turn up at matches, wonder how much extra space / cost would be needed to add a 15,000 seater stadium onto an all in one academy on say the outskirts of Whitebirk ?

 

 

The ultimate nightmare for us fans...don't trust these b'stards one iota.

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I have to say that I think Rovers have made a massive mistake in not making season tickets cheaper for Adults plus for under 16's. Rovers should be trying to entice fans back now after 16 months of lockdowns and not being able to their team live inside a stadium for that period of time. 

Adult ST prices for the Blackburn end and the Riverside stands should have been between £230-280 per ticket holder with the Jack Walker price around £350 to 399 for example. Kids under 16 years make it pound a game. You would make that back with supporters using their spare money in the concourse food stalls or in the club shop. 

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14 hours ago, RevidgeBlue said:

I'm absolutely the last one to defend Waggott normally but pull the other one, you were paying a vastly discounted rate  in the first place so you can't expect another substantial discount as well on top of that as well. You'd be getting the ticket for next to nothing.

In short, get fucked.

’vastly discounted rate’, so it fucking should be, young adults are more often than not the ones in the worst financial position. Young families, poorer wages, high outgoings etc.

Think this says a lot about you that you seem to have a grievance for this age category getting a discounted ticket price.

They would get the same % discount as everyone else (if they had a ST last year), so they wouldn’t be getting it at a cheaper rate.

Anyone aged 23 the day of the Derby game back in 2020, is looking at a £220 price increase, straight off the back of a worldwide pandemic that has disproportionately effected their age group, now that Waggott has reduced the YA age category by 2 years.

Have some fucking perspective.

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14 hours ago, JBiz said:

When you pay for a season ticket - you’re also ensuring local employment in the ground - something to consider before seeing it as a simple vote for “Venky’s out” or whatever other anti ownership motive you’ve got.

Im talking about the key times to complain - rightly if you spent all game shouting Venkys out next to me you’d get told to shut up. Without a season ticket or being in the stadium though, you miss the flash points and opportunity to voice your concerns (where I get the cathartic comments out as opposed to sticking them here)

End of the day your decision - but I would add that it’s my opinion; the likes of those bothered about the conscience will be back if the team does well. A big if, but still!

This is bang on! I don’t get the rhetoric that “I’m not going because I want Venkys / Mowbray / Waggot out”. Does anyone think Venkys need our £400? They LOSE £21m every year.

If you want to get your point across then pay £599 for a padded seat, half time in the directors lounge and attendance at the post match press conference!! You’ll be heard (or escorted out) from there!! 

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50 minutes ago, Paul Mani said:

I don’t get the rhetoric that “I’m not going because I want Venkys / Mowbray / Waggot out”.

Whoosh !

 

50 minutes ago, Paul Mani said:

They LOSE £21m every year.

Do they ? Is this at group level ?

Double Whoosh !

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If we want our club to continue I would suggest that we all stop moaning and buy a season ticket unless we want to do a Bury or Bolton.

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13 minutes ago, Al said:

If we want our club to continue I would suggest that we all stop moaning and buy a season ticket unless we want to do a Bury or Bolton.

Administration is the only outcome which will get rid of the scum and unite us. ASAP please Al.

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15 minutes ago, rigger said:

And how does this effect Rovers. Personally I don't give a damn what other clubs do.

It doesn’t effect us, but it’s good comparison that Blackpool have sold 7,000 in the time we’ve sold about 250. 

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14 minutes ago, rigger said:

And how does this effect Rovers. Personally I don't give a damn what other clubs do.

It’s a barometer to use to show how smaller clubs are outperforming the shambles that is Blackburn rovers football club. 

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1 minute ago, J*B said:

It doesn’t effect us, but it’s good comparison that Blackpool have sold 7,000 in the time we’ve sold about 250. 

 

1 minute ago, matt83 said:

It’s a barometer to use to show how smaller clubs are outperforming the shambles that is Blackburn rovers football club. 

But do you not already know that at the moment the Rovers as a club are a shambles. We have got to improve our clubs performance, not become fixated with other clubs.

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36 minutes ago, Al said:

If we want our club to continue I would suggest that we all stop moaning and buy a season ticket unless we want to do a Bury or Bolton.

Bolton will have bigger gates than us next season and are a club back on the up.

I would happily go through what they have and come out better for it if it got rid of these ridiculous owners and the conmen they employ.

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Bolton, PNE and now frigging Blackpool probably having bigger gates than us next season.

Embarrassing but not surprising at all, this club is beyond desperate for a new direction. Although in the minds of those running it and some fans we are already on one.

The journey from long being Lancashire's biggest club to now one of its smallest is well over halfway complete.

Bravo Venkys, Coventrio and associated self serving acts you must be so proud. But hey you're doing all you can so all is fine.

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13 minutes ago, rigger said:

 

We have got to improve our clubs performance

Go tell that to the bell ends on all levels of Management who are running our club through the floor!

With all due respect the prospect of the likes of Blackpool selling more ST than us was once unthinkable not too long ago.

In fact we are very probably on course to sell less ST's than Burnley,Preston,Bolton and Blackpool...when was the last time that occured?🤢

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12 minutes ago, rigger said:

 

But do you not already know that at the moment the Rovers as a club are a shambles. We have got to improve our clubs performance, not become fixated with other clubs.

True. But I do think it’s a noteworthy comparison that a smaller club which is very comparable in terms of owner issues, lancashire based, similarly economically depressed area is outperforming rovers. I’d find it totally irrelevant to say Man Utd have sold 50,000 season tickets for example but a club like Blackpool already doubling what we’re likely to sell highlights our seemingly terminal decline. 

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