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    I think it's fair to say that the travel voucher scheme this season hasn't really worked.

    Wouldn't it be a nice gesture on behalf of the club if, on the last home game of the season, you could exchange your empty book to claim, say, a free drink or a discount at the club shop?
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    I think it's fair to say that the travel voucher scheme this season hasn't really worked.

    Wouldn't it be a nice gesture on behalf of the club if, on the last home game of the season, you could exchange your empty book to claim, say, a free drink or a discount at the club shop?
    It would be even nicer if those of us who actually bought travel vouchers this season were given a discount on next season's ST.
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