Burton (A)

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Re: Burton (A)

by Clyde1998 » 07 Apr 2024 11:55

RG30 Sold just under 1,300.

To further this: the terrace has gone red this morning when you hover over it on a desktop/laptop. I believe that's an indication less than 15% of tickets in that section remain. That implies at least 1,105 standing tickets have been sold in the terrace.

The open seating section has 48 tickets left out of a 380 seat block. As the club website listed 380 seating tickets as part of our allocation, I'm assuming all those 380 in that block have been bought (and aren't segregation).

So at least 1,437 tickets have been sold ahead of tickets being able to be sold to the final category of people tomorrow morning and general sale tomorrow afternoon.

Will be very surprised if this doesn't sell out now.

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Re: Burton (A)

by Hendo » 09 Apr 2024 14:04

RG30 Can't see this selling out in all honesty.


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Re: Burton (A)

by Clyde1998 » 09 Apr 2024 14:35

Yep - completely sold out! :)

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Re: Burton (A)

by Royal_jimmy » 09 Apr 2024 22:00

Good! Look forward to seeing everyone there

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Re: Burton (A)

by RG30 » 16 Apr 2024 10:39

Fantastic news to share - Burton have banned inflatables on Saturday 8)


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Re: Burton (A)

by Clyde1998 » 16 Apr 2024 13:55

RG30 Fantastic news to share - Burton have banned inflatables on Saturday 8)

They tried the same last time we did it there (2017); initially taking away inflatables from the first hundred or so people in the terrace. The gave up when they realised they didn't have enough stewards to enforce it. :lol:

Unless they're going to have 500+ stewards assigned to that away end simply to remove inflatables, there's no chance they'll be able to enforce their inflatable ban.

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Re: Burton (A)

by Sutekh » 16 Apr 2024 14:24

Clyde1998
RG30 Fantastic news to share - Burton have banned inflatables on Saturday 8)

They tried the same last time we did it there (2017); initially taking away inflatables from the first hundred or so people in the terrace. The gave up when they realised they didn't have enough stewards to enforce it. :lol:

Unless they're going to have 500+ stewards assigned to that away end simply to remove inflatables, there's no chance they'll be able to enforce their inflatable ban.


Make sure you've got lots of big pockets to hide those inflatable women, daleks, sheep etc. let them get really smug as they confiscate the beach balls you turn up with before turning really grumpy as a 3 foot wiener hits one of them in the face.

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Re: Burton (A)

by fred sharpes nose » 16 Apr 2024 19:42

RG30 Fantastic news to share - Burton have banned inflatables on Saturday 8)


The irony................Reading fans break the home ground rules with celebratory plastic inflateables, some / few suppoters get jostled/ejected by stewards, tension rises., some inflateables land on pitch, game stopped, potential crowd issue, lone twat enters field of play, investigation, points deduction, relegation.........

Not a day for anyone to be a total knob

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