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    Have you emailed Sky about this?
    Emailed several times asking for dates when games will or can be moved, never an answer.By the time they announced they were moving the Newcastle away game train tickets were over 100 plus a hotel stay as there wasn't a train home after the game. No train home after Leeds and I took a gamble on Norwich being the Saturday as train tickets were reasonable and then 2 days later they moved that. Just a joke, can't believe the fans haven't got a group together to speak to sky and see what can be done about this going forward !
    Amex is almost sold out for Bristol City next month and we have no idea whether the game will be Friday, Saturday, Sunday or Monday ?? so unfair on the fans that go to the games.

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      Emailed several times asking for dates when games will or can be moved, never an answer.By the time they announced they were moving the Newcastle away game train tickets were over 100 plus a hotel stay as there wasn't a train home after the game. No train home after Leeds and I took a gamble on Norwich being the Saturday as train tickets were reasonable and then 2 days later they moved that. Just a joke, can't believe the fans haven't got a group together to speak to sky and see what can be done about this going forward !
      Amex is almost sold out for Bristol City next month and we have no idea whether the game will be Friday, Saturday, Sunday or Monday ?? so unfair on the fans that go to the games.
      I have every sympathy believe me, I simply do not feel that they are that bothered about fans and their buggered plans.
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      They go on sale on Thursday morning.
      As soon as I posted this I realised they aren't on sale yet, thanks though!
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      I have every sympathy believe me, I simply do not feel that they are that bothered about fans and their buggered plans.
      They clearly don't care !
      Well done to The Albion for this though, I do think its odd to do it for the game as I think it will sell out no problem and would have been much better for perhaps Leeds but there you go.
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      any chance of a refund on my train tickets on the Saturday too ?
      Lesson learnt from last season against Forest. Don't buy your train tickets too early. It's not like we're not used to fixtures being changed, price of success. Would guess Bristol will also be changed.
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      Albion season-ticket holders with 1150+ loyalty points will be able to purchase their tickets at seagullstickets.com from 9am THURSDAY, and via the Albion Booking Line or in person at the ticket office from 2pm.

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      Albion fans have a total allocation of 2,385 tickets, priced as follows:

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      I'll be in Friday's on sale scrum - should be tickets left from Thursday d'ya reckon?
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      Albion season-ticket holders with 1150+ loyalty points will be able to purchase their tickets at seagullstickets.com from 9am THURSDAY, and via the Albion Booking Line or in person at the ticket office from 2pm.

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