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I released one ticket back last season, it sold. My account has a £33 credit but I got charged full price for my season ticket. I am currently trying to get an online chat to ask about this with little joy.

 

Anyone experienced a similar issue?

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I released one ticket back last season, it sold. My account has a £33 credit but I got charged full price for my season ticket. I am currently trying to get an online chat to ask about this with little joy.

 

Anyone experienced a similar issue?

I've always found her very helpful.

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Absolute f***ing crooks. Any games after the Spurs game (March 10th) get credited toward NEXT season's ticket. That's right my 2014/15 ticket will be credited £33 for the £50 ticket that I paid for in June 2012.

 

f***ing robbing b******s.

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Absolute f***ing crooks. Any games after the Spurs game (March 10th) get credited toward NEXT season's ticket. That's right my 2014/15 ticket will be credited £33 for the £50 ticket that I paid for in June 2012.

 

f***ing robbing b******s.

 

 

 

 

haha! but what if it helps the club's accountancy procedures if they hold on to your nifty for two whole years, Woodsy?

 

don't you want us to be successful?

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haha! but what if it helps the club's accountancy procedures if they hold on to your nifty for two whole years, Woodsy?

 

don't you want us to be successful?

Hope they invest that £33 well then.

 

It's amazing that they are able to debit my credit card for the full £850 but unable to credit that same card with the money that they owe me.

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Absolute f***ing crooks. Any games after the Spurs game (March 10th) get credited toward NEXT season's ticket. That's right my 2014/15 ticket will be credited £33 for the £50 ticket that I paid for in June 2012.

 

f***ing robbing b******s.

 

Haha! f***ing hell

I can't believe Joy f***ed you off. Fat bitch

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did she say "I come not to play"?

 

#riseup

No she said the ticketing strategy board decided the cut off date. I enquired if these were the same people who decided to bring forward the renewal date. She confirmed this to be true.

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These values aren't going to respect themselves.

 

HANG ON!

 

You were only getting 33 quid back?

That part they are up front about.

 

You get £33 back if they sell your £50 ticket to somebody else. It's harsh but at least they are up front about that bit. Like a s*** ebay really.

 

That must be what the person who bought it paid for it.

 

Right?

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That part they are up front about.

 

You get £33 back if they sell your £50 ticket to somebody else. It's harsh but at least they are up front about that bit. Like a s*** ebay really.

 

 

so some nonce who never goes but once a season is subsidised by you weighing in for a whole year in advance

 

surely you get a cut of any merch they buy on the day though?

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That part they are up front about.

 

You get £33 back if they sell your £50 ticket to somebody else. It's harsh but at least they are up front about that bit. Like a s*** ebay really.

 

 

Why didn't you just give it to a human?

 

So the club has made, for this seat, circa 48 quid for sale, 15 from you and the interest on 33 quid?

 

These b******s definitely come not to play.

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so some nonce who never goes but once a season is subsidised by you weighing in for a whole year in advance

 

surely you get a cut of any merch they buy on the day though?

You'd be quids in then.

 

They are getting the ticket at face value so no difference to them (better spec perhaps), it's win win for Ayre though as if they don't sell it they don't give you anything at all.

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Tbf, they could just give you a fiver for it that they have wiped all their arses on and left to crust over for a couple of years. Be grateful, Mr Woods.

 

PS - You do know that any season ticket holder of that name will now go on the top of a brand new list of people to be invited out for a coffee, don't you?

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Why didn't you just give it to a human?

 

So the club has made, for this seat, circa 48 quid for sale, 15 from you and the interest on 33 quid?

 

These b******s definitely come not to play.

Time constraints, logistics of getting the ticket to an interested party.

 

My mate knows two or three who will take most that he can't make, the ones I knew have stopped going so when it got to 10 days before the game it just seemed the easiest thing for a one off.

 

Wont be doing it again for obvious reasons.

 

f***ing hell.

Indeed

 

Be grateful, Mr Woods.

 

PS - You do know that any season ticket holder of that name will now go on the top of a brand new list of people to be invited out for a coffee, don't you?

I shat myself then as I thought I'd posted some personal details up by accident!!!!!

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wait there - how much do you reckon they sold it for? and what logistics?

Full price, it just goes into the pot of general sale tickets.

 

The logistics of me getting my ST to someone who wanted to go to the game and who I trusted enough to give it back after the game.

 

From the offal http://www.liverpoolfc.com/tickets/ticket-exchange, I love the help us beat touts line

 

Season Ticket holders - earn credits for your unused tickets!

 

There will be times when you cannot make it to a Barclays Premier League home match, due to holidays or other commitments. If so, don't let your seat go empty and lose out on the opportunity to receive credit against the cost of your Season Ticket next summer.

 

Use the online Ticket Exchange service to release your ticket. You can use this service as many times as you want during the season.

 

The released ticket will be made available to Official Members to purchase once all of the Club's allocation is sold. Season Ticket holders who successfully resell their Season Ticket seat will have their Season Ticket Members Card deactivated for that match only.

You can put your Season Ticket into the Ticket Exchange once the game is advertised on the online ticketing system right up until kick off (Adult/Junior combined Season Tickets must be returned as a pair of tickets) So, even if you can’t make it to the match at short notice, you may still have the opportunity to receive credits against the cost of your 2014/15 Season Ticket.

You can check online if your ticket has been sold at anytime before the match. If it has not been sold and you decide you would like to attend the match you can do so by re-booking your ticket. Your Season Ticket Members Card will then be re-activated for that match.

If your ticket has been sold and you decide you would like to attend the match you will need to purchase a paper ticket (if available) at full price. Your Season Ticket Members Card will not be reactivated. However you will receive credit against the cost of your Season Ticket at the Buyback amount.

The credit value of the ticket sold (actual credit amounts are outlined below) will be held in your Season Ticket holder's online account until the end of the season and then deducted from the Season Ticket renewal price for the following season.

 

HELP US BEAT TOUTS - This is the only official service to exchange tickets and aims to reduce the ticket touting too.

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ah, thought you meant logistics of the club saying to the nonce "go to the ticket office to collect your ticket before you try to enter the stadium"

 

this will certainly stop touts in a flash as it offers you, the loyal ticketholder, less than face value and provides additional profit for the multi-million pound brand

 

makes gorgeous sense

 

Ian Ayre, he makes the people happy!

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