Have you read the posts in the thread? Its not the clubs decision.Not pointing the finger at you, I know that you'll have a season ticket if you're already in there.
They'll probably insist on lines of stewards down the stands between the blocks and charge us for the privilege.For this to work they'll need tight enforcement of seating otherwise people will simply move across from other blocks.
Realistically thats the only way they'll stop people getting into the blocks. Can you imagne the trouble that will cause?Funny how ever since Wasps have got involved they keep finding was to negatively impact the matchday experience for our fans and ways to require increased stewarding, at increased cost.
They'll probably insist on lines of stewards down the stands between the blocks and charge us for the privilege.
For things like that it looks like the club will assist, they're been advising people with similar issues to contact the ticket office.I look forward to the club telling me how my 90 year old Grandma can come to her annual Christmas game and sit next to us. And no, moving our seats is not the option I want to hear.
I’ve been to many and I’ve never been checked everytime I return to my seat.Why not? They manage it at other venues / stadiums.
Wasps won’t allow this will they?Simple solution sell tickets for blocks 14-16 to season ticket holders only in those blocks only as an advance sale taken off sale 3-5 days before game is played. Anyone found in those blocks without a valid ticket will be removed from ground if they don’t move to their correct seat