Feyenoord Match Registration?

a_weir

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I've not had a point for Feyenoord. I put in for Tickets in the first round, didn't get one. Fine, a popular fixture, I didn't then pursue travel.

They then went out to 2 pointers again at very short notice - I do not believe that it is fair to then not give me a point as it is unrealistic to expect a fan to get travel so last minute.
 

The Railway Bear

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Official Ticketer
I've not had a point for Feyenoord. I put in for Tickets in the first round, didn't get one. Fine, a popular fixture, I didn't then pursue travel.

They then went out to 2 pointers again at very short notice - I do not believe that it is fair to then not give me a point as it is unrealistic to expect a fan to get travel so last minute.
Unfortunately a lot of folk are in the same boat but are able to travel at short notice. I got notified of a ticket for St Joseph’s on the Saturday, booked & travelled on the Monday. I know I’m lucky I can do it but why would points be given to others that have the option to go but can’t make it. I sympathise but the system is as fair as it can be.
 

a_weir

Well-Known Member
Unfortunately a lot of folk are in the same boat but are able to travel at short notice. I got notified of a ticket for St Joseph’s on the Saturday, booked & travelled on the Monday. I know I’m lucky I can do it but why would points be given to others that have the option to go but can’t make it. I sympathise but the system is as fair as it can be.
Yeah I do understand and wouldn't suggest improving it. I am just going to bite the bullet for the round of 32, order travel as soon as the draw is made and hope that tickets make it to 3 pointers.
 

Govan Rear Ranger

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Wee bit off recent subject but travel club none the less.

I booked Rotterdam with the official travel club flight for me and my son. (Who is 28 by the way). Anyway at approx 2am on the morning of the game he went down with the sickness bug that's been doing the rounds and unfortunately wasn't fit to travel. Being a good father I still went ;)

I sort of can understand why but travel club people wouldn't give me his ticket at the airport and told me there would be no refund. OK I can live with that although I'd rather the ticket had went to a deserving punter.

On the way back I asked if they got shot of the ticket to be told that no it would probably just go back to Ibrox. I have also established this morning that he won't get his travel club point.

I'm not on to kick lumps out the travel club staff as I think they do a good job generally but feel a bit aggrieved re some of the decisions.:confused:
 

Blue As

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Official Ticketer
Wee bit off recent subject but travel club none the less.

I booked Rotterdam with the official travel club flight for me and my son. (Who is 28 by the way). Anyway at approx 2am on the morning of the game he went down with the sickness bug that's been doing the rounds and unfortunately wasn't fit to travel. Being a good father I still went ;)

I sort of can understand why but travel club people wouldn't give me his ticket at the airport and told me there would be no refund. OK I can live with that although I'd rather the ticket had went to a deserving punter.

On the way back I asked if they got shot of the ticket to be told that no it would probably just go back to Ibrox. I have also established this morning that he won't get his travel club point.

I'm not on to kick lumps out the travel club staff as I think they do a good job generally but feel a bit aggrieved re some of the decisions.:confused:
When we played Bursaspor away in 2010 me and my other half were booked to go on the travel club overnighter.A few days before my eardrum burst and I was unable to fly.We didn’t go on the trip,didn’t get the £1000 refunded and didn’t get our travel club point.
 

jonnyboyrfc

Active Member
When we played Bursaspor away in 2010 me and my other half were booked to go on the travel club overnighter.A few days before my eardrum burst and I was unable to fly.We didn’t go on the trip,didn’t get the £1000 refunded and didn’t get our travel club point.
%^*& sake thats horrific
 

Govan Rear Ranger

Well-Known Member
When we played Bursaspor away in 2010 me and my other half were booked to go on the travel club overnighter.A few days before my eardrum burst and I was unable to fly.We didn’t go on the trip,didn’t get the £1000 refunded and didn’t get our travel club point.
Shit mate that's even more painful! Did you have travel insurance? My son does and trying to make a claim
 

Brave13VVV

Well-Known Member
Wee bit off recent subject but travel club none the less.

I booked Rotterdam with the official travel club flight for me and my son. (Who is 28 by the way). Anyway at approx 2am on the morning of the game he went down with the sickness bug that's been doing the rounds and unfortunately wasn't fit to travel. Being a good father I still went ;)

I sort of can understand why but travel club people wouldn't give me his ticket at the airport and told me there would be no refund. OK I can live with that although I'd rather the ticket had went to a deserving punter.

On the way back I asked if they got shot of the ticket to be told that no it would probably just go back to Ibrox. I have also established this morning that he won't get his travel club point.

I'm not on to kick lumps out the travel club staff as I think they do a good job generally but feel a bit aggrieved re some of the decisions.:confused:
I don’t think as per TC rules they could do anything else

It’s not common sense I agree however I don’t think they have another option
 

Steel1872

Active Member
Official Ticketer
I had 3 points before registering for Feyenoord. I was successful and now have 4, am I right in thinking I still have one to be added?
 
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