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[Albion] Chelsea tickets







Diablo

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Sep 22, 2014
4,271
lewes
It amazes you that the club doesn't want to faciliate fans breaking the law laid out in Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994?

Do you really believe that !!! ....Explain therefore how it is legal for.......1901 Members can transfer tickets to their guests by following the steps below. Please ensure you are logged in using the email address on your lead 1901 Club account. If you don’t know your password, please use the reset password link on the log in page.
 


timbha

Well-known member
Jul 5, 2003
10,187
Sussex
Do you really believe that !!! ....Explain therefore how it is legal for.......1901 Members can transfer tickets to their guests by following the steps below. Please ensure you are logged in using the email address on your lead 1901 Club account. If you don’t know your password, please use the reset password link on the log in page.
It’s as if 1901 is a corporate scheme with different benefits than STs
 


Joey Jo Jo Jr. Shabadoo

Waxing chumps like candles since ‘75
Oct 4, 2003
11,465
Do you really believe that !!! ....Explain therefore how it is legal for.......1901 Members can transfer tickets to their guests by following the steps below. Please ensure you are logged in using the email address on your lead 1901 Club account. If you don’t know your password, please use the reset password link on the log in page.
Because the club is giving the 1901 member permission to transfer the ticket in that way. The same way the club is giving permission for a season ticket holder to transfer their ticket via the sharing scheme.

Under the act it is an offence to share or sell a ticket without the authorisation of the club that issued it. The ability to share the ticket via the official club methods is them giving their permission for this to happen. So totally within the terms of the Act.

The exchange is slightly different, but still within the law, as the club are reselling the ticket themselves so take all responsibility for the transaction.
 


Wozza

Shite Supporter
Jul 6, 2003
23,908
Online
Do you really believe that !!! ....Explain therefore how it is legal for.......1901 Members can transfer tickets to their guests by following the steps below. Please ensure you are logged in using the email address on your lead 1901 Club account. If you don’t know your password, please use the reset password link on the log in page.

It's legal to transfer football tickets with the issuing club's permission. Hence why there's an official ticket share system.

There are, admitedly, some anomalies in Brighton's system - eg the ability for STHers to buy additional tickets for randoms for some matches, or to upgrade ticket category six times a season (but, in those cases, the STH is still responsible for the tickets).
 




Uh_huh_him

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Sep 28, 2011
11,267
I know this is a well trodden path.......

But what exactly stops the club from moving the away fans to the South East corner?
Those are always the last ones to be sold, and letting them have the south stand is a distinct advantage, we don't need to be giving up.

Would it be impossible to separate the concourses?
 


dazzer6666

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Mar 27, 2013
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I know this is a well trodden path.......

But what exactly stops the club from moving the away fans to the South East corner?
Those are always the last ones to be sold, and letting them have the south stand is a distinct advantage, we don't need to be giving up.

Would it be impossible to separate the concourses?
Can’t be impossible as already gets done for FA Cup games doesn’t it ?
 






chaileyjem

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Jun 27, 2012
14,256
There's about 20 standard seats left and a few in the lounges.
So i'd say pretty likely it goes to the exchange in next few hours.
 




timbha

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Jul 5, 2003
10,187
Sussex
Can’t be impossible as already gets done for FA Cup games doesn’t it ?
Thought it was something to do with segregation and the way the concourses and entry/exits are designed, but yes it was done for FA Cup (and lower away attendance) matches
 




Commander

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Apr 28, 2004
13,203
London
Do you really believe that !!! ....Explain therefore how it is legal for.......1901 Members can transfer tickets to their guests by following the steps below. Please ensure you are logged in using the email address on your lead 1901 Club account. If you don’t know your password, please use the reset password link on the log in page.
Really!? You honestly don't understand this?
 


chaileyjem

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Jun 27, 2012
14,256
PS: If people don't want to share tickets with friends etc - because out of principle they don't think their friends should have to be members or pay any ££ to do it or think there should be any rules around it - and just think that you should be able to share your ticket for free with anyone. Or argue that its a faff and it could be simpler to do. Then fine. Why not say so ?
But why argue that you "can't do it" . Hundreds, possibly thousands do so every match. There are 30K+ Albion + members now i think.
 


Official Old Man

Uckfield Seagull
Aug 27, 2011
8,730
Brighton
I'm down in London for work until 6pm then going to rush down for the match and bound to be late....I'll be turning up in my posh suit and getting to a mid-row seat so I'm pretty sure I'll be assumed as Chelsea......even wearing my scarf wouldn't help......no time to jump off at the Prem Inn Gatwick where I'm staying on the way....and the bag rules mean not much of a change possibility.....so perhaps I'll just start fiddling with the app....other suggestions welcome, facetious or otherwise......
I can confirm there is a bag drop in front of the South. Long queues after the game.
 






Joey Jo Jo Jr. Shabadoo

Waxing chumps like candles since ‘75
Oct 4, 2003
11,465
Looks like the exchange has just opened.
It hasn’t yet. There are still tickets about 140 tickets available at the moment. Would be a lot more if the exchange was open.

You can also purchase a concession ticket at the moment as I’ve just grabbed a friends kid one for the game.
 


portlock seagull

Why? Why us?
Jul 28, 2003
17,498
PS: If people don't want to share tickets with friends etc - because out of principle they don't think their friends should have to be members or pay any ££ to do it or think there should be any rules around it - and just think that you should be able to share your ticket for free with anyone. Or argue that its a faff and it could be simpler to do. Then fine. Why not say so ?
But why argue that you "can't do it" . Hundreds, possibly thousands do so every match. There are 30K+ Albion + members now i think.
30k? Evidence…?
 










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