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ArgyleOfficial

Plymouth Argyle Football Club
May 13, 2020
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Does seem low but we don’t know what people’s circumstances are and also people who got a email have got 7 days to buy a season ticket
Yes. This was just people who had purchased in the first couple of days after the offer. 👍
 

earl grey

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Nov 26, 2011
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I was one of the obscure 2% who didn't renew. Second child on the way in August, and with a 2 year old already, I can’t justify it this season. Will miss it. Whoever gets my seat in the lower mayflower, feel free to send me a beer in the post. I’ll be back in a few years.

Wonder if there’s anyone else on here that didn’t renew…
Know that situation well. Gave mine up a few years ago for easier family life…last couple of seasons have barely missed a game as the boy loves it.

It will come back. It’s a bug isn’t it
 
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derbygreen

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Oct 23, 2003
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Paignton....was Derby
Another factor is I bet many people can't get a season ticket near a friend. That wouldn't bother me but that could be a factor for some?
 
Jul 12, 2016
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Is it just me, or does this % seem very low? I assumed about 80% would grab the opportunity. I accept that circumstances will have changed for some since they went on the list, but thought a big majority would take up the offer. Perhaps we haven't got as many as we thought locked out.
Tends to vindicate the reasoning behind not increasing the capacity. I am not surprised
 

Bryan Tregunna

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Could it be that putting your name on the list doesn't mean commitment, but when you are faced with having to shell out a wadge then some have decided that they cannot afford it or get to the number of games they would like and so on?
No.380 has just move on up!
 
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Jul 9, 2011
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Tends to vindicate the reasoning behind not increasing the capacity. I am not surprised
Going by what I seen and heard last year you are well off the mark, demand for tickets in Plymouth was there with plenty missing out a lot of times and quite a few finding it easier to get away tickets rather than home tickets.
 
Jul 12, 2016
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Going by what I seen and heard last year you are well off the mark, demand for tickets in Plymouth was there with plenty missing out a lot of times and quite a few finding it easier to get away tickets rather than home tickets.
Not borne out by what others are posting . This season could be different to last?
 
Jul 9, 2011
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Totally agree this season could be different, we could be in the bottom three all year or could be top half all year, I don’t think anyone has any idea really. Demand for tickets could be different this year but personally I reckon it’s will be no different to last year.
 
Feb 14, 2022
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Is it just me, or does this % seem very low? I assumed about 80% would grab the opportunity. I accept that circumstances will have changed for some since they went on the list, but thought a big majority would take up the offer. Perhaps we haven't got as many as we thought locked out.

I would throw in that the ticket exchange and Evergreen have meant that you pretty much can get tickets when you want to - as long as there isn't a big group of you together and you don't mind where you sit. If you can still get tickets without the upfront commitment of funds, uptake will be lower.
 
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L G

Feb 25, 2005
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Lostwithiel, Capital of Cornwall.
Totally agree this season could be different, we could be in the bottom three all year or could be top half all year, I don’t think anyone has any idea really. Demand for tickets could be different this year but personally I reckon it’s will be no different to last year.
Personally I think the same mate.
The demand for watching home games "Live" even with the increased TV coverage will still be there, especially with the Rooney factor. It may well be that different people who missed out last year will be able to secure tickets this season. There are obviously the folk who want to attend with a group of mates and all sit together, but if they just all secure tickets for the same part of the ground, they can always get together before and at half time, actually sitting together is a luxury that they may have to forgo but should be outweighed with actually being there! (so speaks the voice of a ST holder who missed the 1st half of last season due to ill health. Even though i've had further surgery only 3 weeks ago, i'm still looking forward to the Cheltenham cup match to start the 42nd chapter of this Argyle Life.)
 
Apr 6, 2009
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I think people were emailed not that long ago asking if they still wanted to be on the waiting list so i can't imagine a lot will have changed from then