Willem II game now available to purchase on Rangers TV £9.99

Thern7

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Will this be included in the £240 ultimate package that overseas fans have?

Apologies if this was covered in previous posts but couldn't see it.
 

Dave570

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Will this be included in the £240 ultimate package that overseas fans have?

Apologies if this was covered in previous posts but couldn't see it.
Yes! if you pay the full RTV live game for over sea viewers you get all games unless they are UEFA designated.
 

Delboy Trotter

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In that scenario should the club then do a ballot for next seasons books based on everyone who wanted 1. You like the rest of us paid extra to secure your seat going forward correct?. Your saying those unlucky enough not to secure a seat should pay full whack anyway. I see the extra cash as me securing my seat for next year.

That’s ridiculous.

ST holders are the ones that front up a large sum every summer.

Non ST holders in a normal season pay game by game and the prices of a ticket work out dearer per game than a ST over the course of a season.

We’ve paid our ST in full so non ST holders should be charge at the very least per game, the same as what ST costs are divided per game for a stream.

That non ST holders are getting each game for £10 means in effect, they’re paying £190 to watch all of our home league games whilst the rest of us are paying a minimum £500.

Sorry but that is wrong. They should be paying more than that and no, ST holders shouldn’t be balloted if that were the case seeing as tens of thousands of us have had ST for years / decades
 

Delboy Trotter

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Mate, to be frank, the Club would likely go out of business if folk didn’t renew their season ticket. Any games we get to go to this season are a bonus. Otherwise, I’m not going to sit and scream about what the Club should and shouldn’t be giving me because I’ve bought a season ticket. The Club are already losing out on European home ticket sales for the foreseeable and still actually signing players so I’m firmly in the camp of give the Club a break even if you feel it’s a small amount.

Anyone who renewed this year should of been well aware of the circumstances.

I get the club won’t be making money from home qualifiers. However, to compare with last seasons balance sheet, this season the club will be making probably around £4-5m on retail and £1m on mygers which should help balance some of it out.

I’m not annoyed that I’ve bought my ST and can’t get to games. I’m annoyed at the club continuing to rip the piss out of ST holders by charging us for qualifiers, not to mention they’re selling every home league game to non ST holders for a severely discounted price
 

Delboy Trotter

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As expected this thread has turned into a Rangers caused the virus farce and should create a socialist MyGers utopia where the magic money tree gives folk milk and honey for hee haw

What a pointless post full of drivel if truth be told.

If you can point me towards anyone claiming Rangers caused the virus, and folk want lots of things for free, batter in...

All I and others have said is that given how much we’ve paid for a vastly inferior product, the least the club could do as a goodwill gesture is give ST holders a couple of qualifiers for free. Hardly expecting a lot.
 

Arkanoid

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What a pointless post full of drivel if truth be told.

If you can point me towards anyone claiming Rangers caused the virus, and folk want lots of things for free, batter in...

All I and others have said is that given how much we’ve paid for a vastly inferior product, the least the club could do as a goodwill gesture is give ST holders a couple of qualifiers for free. Hardly expecting a lot.
Gesture of goodwill = magic money tree :D
 

DonDraper

Active Member
The European rights from what I understand are 5 figure sums

You seriously suggesting the club couldn’t give us 3 rounds of qualifiers for free, costing less than £300k in total?

When they’ve milked us for mygers, retail, ST ...

Not having that

If you really expect any business in these trying times to give you something free that costs them hundreds of thousands of pounds then there’s not even any point in debating with you, incredible
 

DonDraper

Active Member
I don’t see why we can’t be given access to RTV for the qualifiers.

That decision would be made by the club, no one else.

Club will have paid 50k for example, for the broadcast rights. Give ST holders access to it for free.

It’s not difficult. They’ve made far more than 50k from us than a normal season with mygers, retail money for a start

Club won’t have paid £50k, try about 5 times that
 

Ubik

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I don’t see why we can’t be given access to RTV for the qualifiers.

That decision would be made by the club, no one else.

Club will have paid 50k for example, for the broadcast rights. Give ST holders access to it for free.

It’s not difficult. They’ve made far more than 50k from us than a normal season with mygers, retail money for a start

What a pointless post full of drivel if truth be told.

irony
 

rangeral

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That’s ridiculous.

ST holders are the ones that front up a large sum every summer.

Non ST holders in a normal season pay game by game and the prices of a ticket work out dearer per game than a ST over the course of a season.

We’ve paid our ST in full so non ST holders should be charge at the very least per game, the same as what ST costs are divided per game for a stream.

That non ST holders are getting each game for £10 means in effect, they’re paying £190 to watch all of our home league games whilst the rest of us are paying a minimum £500.

Sorry but that is wrong. They should be paying more than that and no, ST holders shouldn’t be balloted if that were the case seeing as tens of thousands of us have had ST for years / decades

No longer the case as the public sale price for the same seat as the STH is now roughly based just over what the STH pay per game i.e say £30 for STH then public sale price will be £31/£32 depending on the game exception is Celtic game since no public sale
 

Delboy Trotter

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Why on earth would it be free?

Erm because we’ve paid full whack for a ST when we’re not getting to games. At the same time the club are selling each game for £10 to every non ST holder

The least the club could do is give ST holders some recognition by giving us a few qualifiers for free
 

Delboy Trotter

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If you really expect any business in these trying times to give you something free that costs them hundreds of thousands of pounds then there’s not even any point in debating with you, incredible

I’d turn that round and say it is incredible that the club expect ST holders to pay more money for watching a game after they’ve taken a minimum £500 off us all for 19 home league games which they’re now selling at £10 a game

incredible indeed
 

Ke55y

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What a pointless post full of drivel if truth be told.

If you can point me towards anyone claiming Rangers caused the virus, and folk want lots of things for free, batter in...

All I and others have said is that given how much we’ve paid for a vastly inferior product, the least the club could do as a goodwill gesture is give ST holders a couple of qualifiers for free. Hardly expecting a lot.
Do you support Rangers because you love the club or because you have a seat you’ve had for decades and it’s now a chore you can’t afford because right now your ranting And raving point to the latter. Embarrassing really
 

Dave570

Well-Known Member
That’s ridiculous.

ST holders are the ones that front up a large sum every summer.

Non ST holders in a normal season pay game by game and the prices of a ticket work out dearer per game than a ST over the course of a season.

We’ve paid our ST in full so non ST holders should be charge at the very least per game, the same as what ST costs are divided per game for a stream.

That non ST holders are getting each game for £10 means in effect, they’re paying £190 to watch all of our home league games whilst the rest of us are paying a minimum £500.

Sorry but that is wrong. They should be paying more than that and no, ST holders shouldn’t be balloted if that were the case seeing as tens of thousands of us have had ST for years / decades
What a sad sad 10yr olds post. I am getting punished so everyone should feel the pain. Let's punish all who have paid for RTV for years. If you get a parking ticket maybe they should send one to every named person on your car insurance or household. What a lot of bollocks. Sorry!
 

Delboy Trotter

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Do you support Rangers because you love the club or because you have a seat you’ve had for decades and it’s now a chore you can’t afford because right now your ranting And raving point to the latter. Embarrassing really

It’s not a chore to me. I’ve been going for near enough 3 decades.

I can afford the £10 PPV. That’s not my point.

My point is the club IMO are ripping the piss out of ST holders with this.
 

Delboy Trotter

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What a sad sad 10yr olds post. I am getting punished so everyone should feel the pain. Let's punish all who have paid for RTV for years. If you get a parking ticket maybe they should send one to every named person on your car insurance or household. What a lot of bollocks. Sorry!

Nonsense.

ST holders pay at least £500 for 19 home league games. Some depending on where they sit are more than £500.

So effectively £500+ for a live stream.

The club then sell the same live stream for £10 per game meaning non ST holders can get a full season pass for £190.

That’s not behaving like a 10 year old. It’s a more than valid point which is a reason why I think it’s extremely shite on ST holders having to fork out more cash for more stream games

Others on here agree and going by Twitter, plenty of ST holders are in agreement with me
 

rangeral

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Nonsense.

ST holders pay at least £500 for 19 home league games. Some depending on where they sit are more than £500.

So effectively £500+ for a live stream.

The club then sell the same live stream for £10 per game meaning non ST holders can get a full season pass for £190.

That’s not behaving like a 10 year old. It’s a more than valid point which is a reason why I think it’s extremely shite on ST holders having to fork out more cash for more stream games

Others on here agree and going by Twitter, plenty of ST holders are in agreement with me

The 2 games against Celtic won't be PPV or any others that Sky decide choose and I have said earlier in the thread that PPV is optional to the clubs

It is Rangers decision to charge £9.99
 

Delboy Trotter

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The 2 games against Celtic won't be PPV or any others that Sky decide choose and I have said earlier in the thread that PPV is optional to the clubs

It is Rangers decision to charge £9.99

So leave out a couple of home games that feature on sky. 2 tarrier game and usually 1 or 2 towards the end of the season

My point still stands. Non ST holders are paying a lot less than ST holders are per game
 

rangeral

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So leave out a couple of home games that feature on sky. 2 tarrier game and usually 1 or 2 towards the end of the season

My point still stands. Non ST holders are paying a lot less than ST holders are per game

I can understand that it was a short term solution naturally yesterday's decision has changed that and you not getting to use the product in person and this is next best thing due the agreement in place

Say we decide the next 4 League homes are not a PPV option - does that make a better benefit to the STH?
 

PrivateAye72

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Deary me. This thread will be protested against by some in the Lounge, because it’s an abortion.

A circa £300k offering of “goodwill”. Bet he was the type that took the refund last season and used it to buy this season’s ticket... and planning to do the same this year. Not being able to attend the games this season has saved me a fortune too. No food, travel or pints.

Same people who demand King etc pour money into the club for players, stadium improvements, court cases etc yet expect something back for every penny they part with.
 

Ke55y

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Deary me. This thread will be protested against by some in the Lounge, because it’s an abortion.

A circa £300k offering of “goodwill”. Bet he was the type that took the refund last season and used it to buy this season’s ticket... and planning to do the same this year. Not being able to attend the games this season has saved me a fortune too. No food, travel or pints.

Same people who demand King etc pour money into the club for players, stadium improvements, court cases etc yet expect something back for every penny they part with.
100% agree it’s all noise to keep the precious seat for next term and will be front and centre demanding cash back with no ducks given about financial implications to the club. If I were the club anyone who wants there Season ticket refund should give up there seat and be told to join the waiting list. Harsh but fair imo
 

Delboy Trotter

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I can understand that it was a short term solution naturally yesterday's decision has changed that and you not getting to use the product in person and this is next best thing due the agreement in place

Say we decide the next 4 League homes are not a PPV option - does that make a better benefit to the STH?

Im not saying the club shouldn’t sell PPV.

I’m saying they should be sold at a fee in proportion to what ST holders are paying
 

Delboy Trotter

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Deary me. This thread will be protested against by some in the Lounge, because it’s an abortion.

A circa £300k offering of “goodwill”. Bet he was the type that took the refund last season and used it to buy this season’s ticket... and planning to do the same this year. Not being able to attend the games this season has saved me a fortune too. No food, travel or pints.

Same people who demand King etc pour money into the club for players, stadium improvements, court cases etc yet expect something back for every penny they part with.

Well you’re wrong on that. I didn’t take a refund.

So the rest of your point is just rubbish. £300k tops as a goodwill gesture towards 46,500 ST holders that paid well over the odds for a live stream for 19 home games ..
 

JD1872

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Quite surprised the bookies have us overwhelming favourites, some have Willem almost 3/1.

Considering this is away from home for me it is not much better than a 50/50 game. Hopefully I’m overestimating their threat.
 

Valley Bluenose

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Im not saying the club shouldn’t sell PPV.

I’m saying they should be sold at a fee in proportion to what ST holders are paying

If they made PPV £30 per match nobody would buy, so the Club would get no additional income. It’s really that simple.

I honestly think it’s too early to judge the Club on this yet. They may offer League Cup and Scottish Cup matches to VST viewers. They may offer discounts on season tickets to those renewing next season. Other clubs have stated they will give a reduction next season equivalent to games missed this season. I don’t see us doing that but I’d expect something.
Patience is a virtue - endless ‘ranting’ not so much.;)
 

Modfella

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100% agree it’s all noise to keep the precious seat for next term and will be front and centre demanding cash back with no ducks given about financial implications to the club. If I were the club anyone who wants there Season ticket refund should give up there seat and be told to join the waiting list. Harsh but fair imo
You are off on a tangent.
Who said anything about demanding money back from the club?
It was never discussed in this thread but you appear desperate for bears to lose or hand in their season tickets.
Take it you are on the waiting list?
 

Delboy Trotter

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Well the club set the PPV amount

Charge £28 minimum for PPV I doubt many would pay that

I don’t disagree. Hence why I’ve said all along there should be some form of goodwill shown to ST holders who have paid an average of around £30 per home live stream
 

TimzRFudz

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Still a shambles of a website, and months after the initial nonsense with it the fucking logout button still doesn't work. Amateur hour as ever.
 
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