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https://www.barnsleychronicle.com/article/reds-give-fans-3-201920-options-and-will-offer-discounted-season-tickets?fbclid=IwAR3Nz5vliXt-znnEo8NfwnvXR7dJAW0vRHseFtw8e_Dqx1P5QDCmlsyLOEQ

 

Barnsley have explained their plans for backdating tickets for the 2019/20 campaign and committed to offering 2020/21 season tickets at a ‘heavily discounted rate.’

Season ticket holders can either claim a refund for the four remaining matches in the 2019/20 campaign, donate the tickets to NHS staff or exchange them for a four-game voucher.  The club described the refund option as ‘morally a necessity’ but warned that, if all season ticket holders took it, the Reds would lose £400,000. 

It is currently unknown when the next season will start or if fans will be allowed to attend. The statement added: “Due to this uncertainty and the need for urgent earnings to preserve the club’s immediate financial future, seasonal passes will shortly be made available for the 2020/21 season at heavily discounted rates.”

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1 minute ago, modboy said:

https://www.barnsleychronicle.com/article/reds-give-fans-3-201920-options-and-will-offer-discounted-season-tickets?fbclid=IwAR3Nz5vliXt-znnEo8NfwnvXR7dJAW0vRHseFtw8e_Dqx1P5QDCmlsyLOEQ

 

Barnsley have explained their plans for backdating tickets for the 2019/20 campaign and committed to offering 2020/21 season tickets at a ‘heavily discounted rate.’

Season ticket holders can either claim a refund for the four remaining matches in the 2019/20 campaign, donate the tickets to NHS staff or exchange them for a four-game voucher.  The club described the refund option as ‘morally a necessity’ but warned that, if all season ticket holders took it, the Reds would lose £400,000. 

It is currently unknown when the next season will start or if fans will be allowed to attend. The statement added: “Due to this uncertainty and the need for urgent earnings to preserve the club’s immediate financial future, seasonal passes will shortly be made available for the 2020/21 season at heavily discounted rates.”

 

 


Wow 


How much emotional blackmail is being used there?

 

lol

 

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i know, wanted to comment on it on FB but might get driven out of town lol

the 4 match option is what i would choose if SWFC offered the same

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"you can have a refund but if you do just note that we might go out of business totally, and YOU will be responsible for your club no longer existing but you can have a refund if you want to do that"

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Haven't the NHS staff been through enough? 

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3 minutes ago, TheEnchanter said:

Haven't the NHS staff been through enough? 

lol

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I wonder how long it will take Wednesday to publish our refund details. :Chansiri:

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tough decision - dingles or no dingles ?

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Imagine being a season ticket holder on low income and waiting to get a refund for some cash flow and that article comes out.

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5 minutes ago, Andrew_Owl said:

Imagine being a season ticket holder on low income and waiting to get a refund for some cash flow and that article comes out.


I don't read the Barnsley forums or anything so don't know what reaction there's been but I know that if I were them I'd tell their club to foooooook right off and claim a refund immediately purely on the principle of how much emotional blackmail was used in that Barnsley press release.

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Andrew_Owl said:

Imagine being a season ticket holder on low income and waiting to get a refund for some cash flow and that article comes out.

 

true, not exactly Kensington is it

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27 minutes ago, TheEnchanter said:

Haven't the NHS staff been through enough? 

:laugh:

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1 minute ago, @owlstalk said:


I don't read the Barnsley forums or anything so don't know what reaction there's been but I know that if I were them I'd tell their club to foooooook right off and claim a refund immediately purely on the principle of how much emotional blackmail was used in that Barnsley press release.

 

 

To be fair though, the club hasn't said that has it? Just a newspaper who report on the club, that's my understanding of it.

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1 minute ago, modboy said:

 

true, not exactly Kensington is it

Well I imagine every club of the 92(91 this year) will have at least 1 fan in that boat.

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Richest owners in the league too!

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Here’s Barnsley’s exact wording from their official website 

 

Also, inline with trying to do the right thing for our supporters, if other options are deemed unsuitable, we will attempt to offer pro-rata refunds for those entitled to four home 2019/20 fixtures.

 

Despite this move being detremental to the Club (if 9,000+ seasonal members opt for refunds, significant strains will be exerted on our cash-flow (approximately -£400,000)), it is morally a necessity.

 

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i would be happy with ticket vouchers at SWFC as long as they arent for Cat D matches 

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I mean,  I imagine most fans will take it off the price for their next ticket. It's a troubling time for a lot of businesses (football clubs are businesses if you like it or not) so they are trying to protect themselves from going bust. Probably could have been a bit friendlier with the wording.

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Cant Barnsley ask they players to take a pay cut or deferral to help instead of using emotional blackmail on the supporters?

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Next seasons season tickets situation is a tricky one

 

Like I’ve said before, I don’t really buy my season ticket to go to all the games, I usually miss between 5-10 per season for various reasons. I see it more a a small donation to the club pot

 

Be interesting to see what the club come up with 

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