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Errhhh ........ The Fishul site <_<

 

What it means is that it's the same as any new ground, and some old grounds, where we go - you can't pay cash at the turnstile, you have to get a ticket either in advance from Latics or on the day from the visitors' ticket office before going through the turnstiles.

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It's against the law for you to buy cigs for kids, but it's OK for them to wait by the BP ticket office for you to give them a free ticket.

 

they all get their own these days anyway! maybe you should trade the ticket for cigs someone else has bought them! thats not illegal and helps em stop smokin!!!

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What it means is that it's the same as any new ground, and some old grounds, where we go - you can't pay cash at the turnstile, you have to get a ticket either in advance from Latics or on the day from the visitors' ticket office before going through the turnstiles.

 

Ahem , so that means ALL ticket then ^_^

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Ahem , so that means ALL ticket then ^_^

 

All fans have to have a ticket, but it is not what we know as an all-ticket match. :whoosh:

 

In case anyone needs it spelling out:

All-ticket means that you have to buy a ticket before the day of the game. In such cases casual fans cannot just turn up on the day and gain admission.

Donny's arrangements are no different from Carlisle, Northampton, Bournemouth, etc., except for the reduced prices and free admission for each under 16 (bought with an adult ticket in advance). If you turn up on the day without a ticket, you queue at the visitors' ticket office to get one. Then you complain to DRFC and OAFC, and on OWTB, about having to queue for tickets at Donny and missing the sending off of Gregan and Wellens in the opening minutes of the game. :D

 

Also if you buy in advance in organised large groups all the singers can sit together and create a great atmosphere. :idea: If you buy from the ticket office on the night, you may find yourself next to someone more annoying than the drummer! :redcard:

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All fans have to have a ticket, but it is not what we know as an all-ticket match. :whoosh:

 

In case anyone needs it spelling out:

All-ticket means that you have to buy a ticket before the day of the game. In such cases casual fans cannot just turn up on the day and gain admission.

Donny's arrangements are no different from Carlisle, Northampton, Bournemouth, etc., except for the reduced prices and free admission for each under 16 (bought with an adult ticket in advance). If you turn up on the day without a ticket, you queue at the visitors' ticket office to get one. Then you complain to DRFC and OAFC, and on OWTB, about having to queue for tickets at Donny and missing the sending off of Gregan and Wellens in the opening minutes of the game. :D

 

Also if you buy in advance in organised large groups all the singers can sit together and create a great atmosphere. :idea: If you buy from the ticket office on the night, you may find yourself next to someone more annoying than the drummer! :redcard:

 

Diego , there aint no-one more annoying than the drummer !! get a grip !! :grin:

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