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    Being it's a sell out, what is the best way of obtaining tickets for my grandson (young seagulls plus member) and I (bronze member) should they become available? Any advice appreciated


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      The season ticket exchange should kick in. Not sure how it works as a buyer, I’ve only ever used it to sell.
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      Exchange will kick in for sure, so just keep an eye on the ticket sales site and seats will appear - as it looks to be completely sold out imagine this will be any day now. As a buyer, it's no different to buying a seat normally - simply pick the empty seat and pay for it, and print ticket at home.
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      The season ticket exchange should kick in. Not sure how it works as a buyer, I’ve only ever used it to sell.



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      Quote Originally Posted by dazzer6666 View Post
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      Exchange will kick in for sure, so just keep an eye on the ticket sales site and seats will appear - as it looks to be completely sold out imagine this will be any day now. As a buyer, it's no different to buying a seat normally - simply pick the empty seat and pay through the nose for it, and print ticket at home.
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      Tickets that are sold via the exchange are all sold at full adult price regardless of who is using them. Don't know how much that is an issue for you but it will be an expensive outing.

      Yet another example of outrageous penny-pinching in the wrong place from Barber. God forbid that a handful of extra non-STH young kids should get the chance to see the Albion in the flesh against Wolves and that be provided at an affordable price...
      The BHAFC forum is utter shite. They literally talk about everything except their own football club on there.
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      Tickets that are sold via the exchange are all sold at full adult price regardless of who is using them. Don't know how much that is an issue for you but it will be an expensive outing.

      Yet another example of outrageous penny-pinching in the wrong place from Barber. God forbid that a handful of extra non-STH young kids should get the chance to see the Albion in the flesh against Wolves and that be provided at an affordable price...
      The problem is that season ticket holders get a decent refund. I got about £31 back for my Fulham ticket. If a child ticket is less than that then the club would make a loss in the swap.
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      Tickets that are sold via the exchange are all sold at full adult price regardless of who is using them. Don't know how much that is an issue for you but it will be an expensive outing.

      Yet another example of outrageous penny-pinching in the wrong place from Barber. God forbid that a handful of extra non-STH young kids should get the chance to see the Albion in the flesh against Wolves and that be provided at an affordable price...
      That sounds like quite a bitter comment. Have you had experience of this? The other question I have is, if it’s an Under 18 season ticket (i.e. a child’s ST) that goes onto the ticket exchange is that also resold at full price?

      The reason I ask is that sometime in the future my grandson would like to watch a game (again!) and with a sell out guaranteed for just about every game I need to know the cost of all the options for getting a ticket.
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      The problem is that season ticket holders get a decent refund. I got about £31 back for my Fulham ticket. If a child ticket is less than that then the club would make a loss in the swap.
      Quite a lot of the returned tickets are from children though. Families and children in particular are far more likely to miss games than adults.

      The club could easily afford to sell a child's ticket alongside a full paying adult. They might even sell all the returned tickets available rather than have 400 unsold like they did for the West Ham game... #leaveittotheprofessionals
      The BHAFC forum is utter shite. They literally talk about everything except their own football club on there.
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      Being it's a sell out, what is the best way of obtaining tickets for my grandson (young seagulls plus member) and I (bronze member) should they become available? Any advice appreciated


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      It's quite possible that three seats (one adult, two kids) in the family stand will be available on there...
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      if it’s an Under 18 season ticket (i.e. a child’s ST) that goes onto the ticket exchange is that also resold at full price?
      Yes. Good, isn't it...?
      The BHAFC forum is utter shite. They literally talk about everything except their own football club on there.

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