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8 hours ago, BuddieinEK said:

£480 now... £540 after early bird.
Value for money? For what?

I'm basically being asked to donate to the club to help keep it afloat...

With the threat of losing seats we have held since the first full season if we don't snap them up.

I get that. To those who can afford it... Great stuff.

I'm currently furloughed.

No idea when or if I will be able to return to work.

Come August, almost certainly on reduced wages.

Taking a step back and being totally rational... I genuinely cannot justify buying season tickets at this time.

I don't think anyone should feel obliged to buy a ST. Some of us are lucky enough to still be working in the sense that we have a continuing full wage. It would be a shame if you were to lose out on having your seats for next season. It may not come to that assuming you decide you are able and are willing to renew at a later date. Our support is at a level where there are still many seats not allocated so the extended period may be increased if enough people put it to the club

7 hours ago, LargsBud said:

The club should do something about this point. They should make the exception that people done lose their seats if they don't buy a season ticket this season. It may be worth bringing it up with the club, they need to show flexibility as much as they can in a time like this.

They already have and I hope they can further this. I don't think it feasible to guarantee to keep the ST holders' seats for a complete season. If someone wants to buy a ST and, at the appropriate time, picks the empty seat then it wouldn't sell to that person. Even through these unprecedented times.

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19 hours ago, Leatherface said:

Absolutely sentimental bollocks...look at you supefan!

I'm just a fan, a supporter of the club, not a superfan. There are still some of us on this forum, which i supposed to be  'for St. Mirren fans', as per the banner in the top-left hand corner.

 

9 hours ago, BuddieinEK said:

£480 now... £540 after early bird.
Value for money? For what?

I'm basically being asked to donate to the club to help keep it afloat...

With the threat of losing seats we have held since the first full season if we don't snap them up.

I get that. To those who can afford it... Great stuff.

I'm currently furloughed.

No idea when or if I will be able to return to work.

Come August, almost certainly on reduced wages.

Taking a step back and being totally rational... I genuinely cannot justify buying season tickets at this time.

Aye, that's basically what the club are asking. If you can afford a season ticket, they're asking that you buy one to ensure the club has an income, and therefore remains in existence. I'm one of those still able to buy one. I previously didn't have a season ticket, so my options were limited and I didn't get a seat right at the back, which is what I wanted.

I'm sorry you're facing an uncertain future and fear losing your job. Best wishes for the future, and I hope you're soon in a position to renew. 

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12 hours ago, W6er said:

I'm just a fan, a supporter of the club, not a superfan. There are still some of us on this forum, which i supposed to be  'for St. Mirren fans', as per the banner in the top-left hand corner.

 

Aye, that's basically what the club are asking. If you can afford a season ticket, they're asking that you buy one to ensure the club has an income, and therefore remains in existence. I'm one of those still able to buy one. I previously didn't have a season ticket, so my options were limited and I didn't get a seat right at the back, which is what I wanted.

I'm sorry you're facing an uncertain future and fear losing your job. Best wishes for the future, and I hope you're soon in a position to renew. 

Let me ask you this, say football didn’t start back for 3 years. Would you continue to pay for a season ticket every year? 

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Maybe the club could preserve the seats of all of last seasons ticket holders and the early bird prices until a date for the new season can be confirmed in stone. That would seem reasonable to me. Not that I'm a fan of people having allocated seats.

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12 hours ago, W6er said:

I'm just a fan, a supporter of the club, not a superfan. There are still some of us on this forum, which i supposed to be  'for St. Mirren fans', as per the banner in the top-left hand corner.

 

Aye, that's basically what the club are asking. If you can afford a season ticket, they're asking that you buy one to ensure the club has an income, and therefore remains in existence. I'm one of those still able to buy one. I previously didn't have a season ticket, so my options were limited and I didn't get a seat right at the back, which is what I wanted.

I'm sorry you're facing an uncertain future and fear losing your job. Best wishes for the future, and I hope you're soon in a position to renew. 

 

16 minutes ago, Leatherface said:

Let me ask you this, say football didn’t start back for 3 years. Would you continue to pay for a season ticket every year? 

This is a hypothetical question. The club is unlikely to survive for a year, far less 3 years, without a source of income!

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Maybe the club could preserve the seats of all of last seasons ticket holders and the early bird prices until a date for the new season can be confirmed in stone. That would seem reasonable to me. Not that I'm a fan of people having allocated seats.
Amen to that.

I'd happily have a non seat specific ticket if i didn't have to go to the ticket office on every visit.

Non seat specific season ticket... Something I have long advocated.

Still can't justify the purchase at this time though.

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49 minutes ago, shull said:

I would sit in a seat not looking onto the pitch.

I've managed to get this sorted for you, AND, I got the price of the ticket down to £171:00 or £9:00 per game. You can even pay with paypal. The seat will have a restricted non view as it will have a steering wheel in front and there will be some noise pollution due to screeching voices of Kate Garraway and Myleene Klass. Happy to be of service.

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1 hour ago, Leatherface said:

Let me ask you this, say football didn’t start back for 3 years. Would you continue to pay for a season ticket every year? 

Season tickets are currently priced at £303. Over three years, that's £909. Three years is equal to 36 months. £909 divided by 36 = £25.25. I already give SMISA £25 per month, but rather than face the club going bust I'd probably reduce my SMISA contribution to £12 and pay for a season ticket on a monthly basis.  

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7 hours ago, guinness said:

Went onto ticket website. Was offered a season ticker for 2016-2017 or a ticket for 2020-2021 south.wtf?  Will wait to see what happens with hearts new plans. Might not bother st all.

Get them to f**k, robbing bastards. 

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