PAFC always stated that the three pre season matches were going to be shown free, and will expect a few glitches to appear before they start transmitting live EFL & cup league games.You miss my point, some of those who have bought tickets, possibly would have saved a tenner, if they knew it was going to be free on Argyle TV.
PAFC always stated that the three pre season matches were going to be shown free, and will expect a few glitches to appear before they start transmitting live EFL & cup league games.
Those that want to watch the game live can visit Home Park again. I don't expect the stream will upset the figures too much, and it allows those that cannot attend, for one reason or another, to watch the match at home, which could be many miles away from Plymouth.
Well done PAFC.
(P.S. I do see your point, but that was always what was going to happen).
Totally different experience tho' isn't it? If I could go I would happily pay £10 to watch Argyle 'live'. I wouldn't resent someone else (esp those who can't or won't attend yet) watching it for free at home. If I had already bought a ticket I would consider it a good deal regardless of other available services. Those going tonight want to go and are happy to pay to watch 'live' football imho.I think given the pre season games free on Argyle TV is a good way to get fans that otherwise might not have used the service to sign up and will hopefully generate more interest and money from streaming sales when the real season begins. Well done Argyle
I think this is very poor of Argyle announcing this so late after selling match tickets. This should have been announced when tickets went on sale, giving fans the option whether to go to Home Park or watch Argyle TV. I think a lot of people who have bought tickets, will not be very happy.