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Nick

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Thanks Nick. It depends how much it costs per individual game, if it is £20 for me & £10 for him that'd be £90 if we got to 3, no idea yet what the match packages will cost yet, it costs me about £90 in diesel to attend each game so ticket price is not that important.
The other option is to sign him up as a jsb and see what individual tickets cost. I know they are free for u13.
 

clint van damme

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Thanks Nick. It depends how much it costs per individual game, if it is £20 for me & £10 for him that'd be £90 if we got to 3, no idea yet what the match packages will cost yet, it costs me about £90 in diesel to attend each game so ticket price is not that important.
where abouts are you in Scotland?
 
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clint van damme

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I know it.
If you were within easy reach of Glasgow central I was going to suggest getting a friends and family railcard and taking the train with St.Andrews being in walking distance of New st. but probably not worth it from where you are.
 
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ovduk78

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I know it.
If you were within easy reach of Glasgow central I was going to suggest getting a friends and family railcard and taking the train with St.Andrews being in walking distance of New st. but probably not worth it from where you are.
We can get the train from Dunblane or Stirling, for August 3rd it is £202 from Dunblane return as long as we can get to New Street by 17:30. With a railcard it is £115. The bonus of the car is that I can visit family & friends when I come down.
 

Esoterica

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Remember when arsenal were doing up Highbury and they had that painting of fans behind the goal. We should be able to get something for the Ricoh (if we ever return). Not fans or a painting but a giant cov badge behind the goal draped from the roof to behind the goal would look better than an empty stand.

Edit - Mural is the word I was looking for.
It would be a very Cov thing if we ended up with a stand full of Muriels
 

Warwickhunt

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If we get off to a good start it will bump the ST sales up! Would love it if we go up to the Championship throughout all this shite we are suffering.
 

Great_Expectations

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If we get off to a good start it will bump the ST sales up! Would love it if we go up to the Championship throughout all this shite we are suffering.
I agree and it would be an apt reward for those who have supported the team while in exile at St Andrews.
 

Magwitch

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If we get off to a good start it will bump the ST sales up! Would love it if we go up to the Championship throughout all this shite we are suffering.
Hope I’m wrong but I don’t share your optimism. Looks like we have sold about a 1000 most were understandingly champing at the bit waiting for official news on ST arrangements just can’t see that many more to be honest perhaps a few at the end of the month, dozens rather than hundreds. There’s a few ST holders where I work and at the moment none have renewed talking to some of them it’s not so much a protest more pick their matches now and again like Northampton. The Southend game will be an interesting indication I think as the home take up should be at its highest. Getting a bit late in the day but I still have an inclin we will be at the Ricoh
 

theferret

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Hope I’m wrong but I don’t share your optimism. Looks like we have sold about a 1000 most were understandingly champing at the bit waiting for official news on ST arrangements just can’t see that many more to be honest perhaps a few at the end of the month, dozens rather than hundreds. There’s a few ST holders where I work and at the moment none have renewed talking to some of them it’s not so much a protest more pick their matches now and again like Northampton. The Southend game will be an interesting indication I think as the home take up should be at its highest. Getting a bit late in the day but I still have an inclin we will be at the Ricoh
We're all guessing of course, but I think you're behind unduly pessimistic. We're currently selling 50-80 season tickets a day and that rate isn't slowing. It's about 1100 from what we can see, and corporate is on top, and because hospitality tickets are relatively cheap this year, that'll be another 200 or so at a guess. There will be a surge at the end of the month and then another at the EB deadline. I know 5 people who are waiting til Friday until they get paid. I'll be very surprised if we don't exceed 2000.
 

Voice_of_Reason

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Forget SISU, we are, and always have been, Coventry City - our team ever since Singers FC. I really do hope people can see through their hatred of SISU and rise above it and go to St.Andrews. After all, Coventry City will still be going long after SISU's departure. I have seen several ownership changes since 1952. Owners come and go, Coventry City stays. Please reconsider your decision not to go to St.Andrews ?
 

NorthernWisdom

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Forget SISU, we are, and always have been, Coventry City - our team ever since Singers FC. I really do hope people can see through their hatred of SISU and rise above it and go to St.Andrews. After all, Coventry City will still be going long after SISU's departure. I have seen several ownership changes since 1952. Owners come and go, Coventry City stays. Please reconsider your decision not to go to St.Andrews ?
/sighs
 

Voice_of_Reason

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With respect to all, I have been supporting Coventry City since the age of 10. I am now 77 years of age... 67 years a supporter. Coventry City have always been my team despite many disappointments over these years. Not once have I wavered in my support regardless of who the owners were, administrations, relegation to Division Four and many heartaches. Of course I experienced to good times too particularly the JH era and winning the FA Cup. The point I hope to make is that Coventry City are my team through good times and bad. I hope they are your team too and you will go to St Andrew's. SISU are NOT Coventry City, they just happen to be the owners. Thanks for reading this.
 

NorthernWisdom

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With respect to all, I have been supporting Coventry City since the age of 10. I am now 77 years of age... 67 years a supporter. Coventry City have always been my team despite many disappointments over these years. Not once have I wavered in my support regardless of who the owners were, administrations, relegation to Division Four and many heartaches. Of course I experienced to good times too particularly the JH era and winning the FA Cup. The point I hope to make is that Coventry City are my team through good times and bad. I hope they are your team too and you will go to St Andrew's. SISU are NOT Coventry City, they just happen to be the owners. Thanks for reading this.
Nope, never.

I want Sky Blues to play at the Ricoh-- end of ! I hope we stuff SISU, take over Nuneaton Boro and re-name them Coventry Sky Blues.

I'm angry, very angry and if this is the only way to rid this cancer -- bring it on !
Sadly, I agree. The only way to get rid of SISU now is COMPETITION. I posted on another thread that protests are not working and will probably tail off. My ideal would be for Haskell to buy the Ricoh and fund a Pheonix club playing there. If anyone knows a better way let them share it ? SISU will fund Sixfields even if no supporters turn up !
Do we have to do this every time there's a crisis?!?
 

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Unlike others Grendel, I will not argue with others whose opinions differs to mine. Whilst I might not agree, each one of us is entitled to his or her own opinion. I respect their right to do so. I simply want to express my own views having supported the club for 67 years. Thanks.
Unfortunately your views seem to be up and down like a whore's drawers,VOR.
 

SkyblueBri

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Forget SISU, we are, and always have been, Coventry City - our team ever since Singers FC. I really do hope people can see through their hatred of SISU and rise above it and go to St.Andrews. After all, Coventry City will still be going long after SISU's departure. I have seen several ownership changes since 1952. Owners come and go, Coventry City stays. Please reconsider your decision not to go to St.Andrews ?
Yes me and my two mates are your age and have supported for just as long, but now 2 of us have heart problems and one has recovered from cancer. We can get to the Ricoh but not Brum, so for the first time for years it’s not on for us
 

Sky Blue Pete

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Yes me and my two mates are your age and have supported for just as long, but now 2 of us have heart problems and one has recovered from cancer. We can get to the Ricoh but not Brum, so for the first time for years it’s not on for us
Speak to the club they may help
 

Gaz

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I’m renewing season tickets for both me and my 12 year old daughter.
Also managed to get two newbies signed up too.
However I’m having an issue trying check out online because the seats need to be assigned.

I can assign my seat and my daughters because we have supporters numbers, but can’t with the two new fans.

Does anyone know how I set they up so I can assign them the seats?
I have tried the Ticketmaster number just now but they were less than helpful if honest.

Sure it’s an easy fix though