You cant buy bar72 tickets for matches.You have to sell at the price the RFC Ticket Office sets for the match,
No mate hes saying you cant sell for more than face value.This has to be the stupidest rule I've heard. So someone can't sell there ticket for less than original price ?? Can understand above but below
We're all in this together.This has to be the stupidest rule I've heard. So someone can't sell there ticket for less than original price ?? Can understand above but below
Ahhh right, I gotta concur with @Ranger1003 then, thats mental you cant sell for less than face valueWe're all in this together.
We don't want to see a face to the bottom and have people losing a fair bit of cash just because circumstances mean they can't make a match.
If you don't like it, don't buy.
It's not mental.
Agree to disagree mate.It's not mental.
If tickets are changing hands for less than face value then that would encourage haggling on price for tickets for less glamorous games.
Somebody might have 6 spares to shift for Ross County at Ibrox and folk might try to offer less than face value.
Bar72 tickets used to be available only on the actual day of a match coming up the divisions. They used to be £40 then rising to £50 for league games. I think £20 is a bargain!
At the risk of being boring.No - you charge what it would be for a normal league game.
That's your choice and them's the rules.At the risk of being boring.
The price of a bar72 ticket for the first game of the season against hibs is £56.00 so kind of understand why if I was selling my ticket for that game then that should be the price(even though I usually sell my tickets for league games around £30.00).
But I wouldnt ask anyone to pay that sort of money for a friendly or for an early europa qualifying round game.