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3 minutes ago, luckydug said:

And yet the SG are getting it tight from some for allowing the fan zone on Glasgow Green to go ahead. 

What was it someone once said about not being able to please all the people all the time ?🤔

 

It's still curious that 15 months on and a year since aerosol transmission was well known that people don't get that outdoors is pretty much safe. 

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See those that have differed their STs from last year to this. Are they getting 40 loyalty points out of just a £350 investment?

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2 hours ago, Smoked-Glass said:

So is it tomorrow the website will work for new season ticket holders?  Keep getting error message just now when I click buy season ticket 

 

The renewal period ends on 15th July so I imagine sometime after that for new purchases. Theres also usually a period of time for existing ST holders to move seats which has still tbc.

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13 minutes ago, hughesie27 said:

See those that have differed their STs from last year to this. Are they getting 40 loyalty points out of just a £350 investment?

Good question 

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13 minutes ago, hughesie27 said:

See those that have differed their STs from last year to this. Are they getting 40 loyalty points out of just a £350 investment?

 

 

You only ever get 20 these days no matter how many season tickets you have in your name. 

 

Though if you ask for an individual ticket you might be one more. 

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1 hour ago, Mikey1874 said:

 

 

You only ever get 20 these days no matter how many season tickets you have in your name. 

 

Though if you ask for an individual ticket you might be one more. 

Sure, but those who bought last year and refused the stream option still got 20 points. And if we had been allowed, would have still been able to attend a game at Tynie.

They now have a free ST for this year, do they also get another 20 points?

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2 hours ago, hughesie27 said:

Sure, but those who bought last year and refused the stream option still got 20 points. And if we had been allowed, would have still been able to attend a game at Tynie.

They now have a free ST for this year, do they also get another 20 points?

 

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5 hours ago, Mikey1874 said:

 

It's still curious that 15 months on and a year since aerosol transmission was well known that people don't get that outdoors is pretty much safe. 

I'm not against the fan zone but to claim because it is outside makes it safe is not taking all the factors into consideration. 

You really think people are going to keep a safe distance at all times. 

Scotland score and everyone will just applaud politely and raise a glass in celebration😂

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Just now, luckydug said:

I'm not against the fan zone but to claim because it is outside makes it safe is not taking all the factors into consideration. 

You really think people are going to keep a safe distance at all times. 

Scotland score and everyone will just applaud politely and raise a glass in celebration😂

 Fan zone is open for all games. Definitely a higher risk during Scotland matches but only a small Section of the fanzine is licensed. People will be watching in beer gardens and pubs all over the country

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5 hours ago, been here before said:

 

The renewal period ends on 15th July so I imagine sometime after that for new purchases. Theres also usually a period of time for existing ST holders to move seats which has still tbc.

Ah ok. Thought something happened after the 10th June. 

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22 minutes ago, Smoked-Glass said:

Ah ok. Thought something happened after the 10th June. 

 

Dont take that as gospel. Its just the dates the club have given out. 

 

Id imagine though that current ST holdwrs who have or will renew will have a few days to swap their seats before the remainder are made available.

 

Could be wrong mind...

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13 hours ago, Jambof3tornado said:

So roughly 1 in 3 ST holders in each game. Fingers crossed that increases as younger groups get vaccines. Could end up that kids getting in could be the biggest risk if they remain unvaccinated.

What risk are kids to you if you're vaccinated? 

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1 hour ago, Jambo_Gaz said:

What risk are kids to you if you're vaccinated? 

You do know vaccinated people are stilll being admitted to hospital? 

 

My point is its another issue that must be dealt with. No point in proving vaccination etc for entry for fans if kids who are now the main spreaders of the virus are coming in to grounds spreading their dirty germs around.

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3 hours ago, Newton51 said:

 Fan zone is open for all games. Definitely a higher risk during Scotland matches but only a small Section of the fanzine is licensed. People will be watching in beer gardens and pubs all over the country

That's probably why the SG has given the go ahead imo. 

Why no refreshment kiosks in the stadium and yet drink can be purchased in the fan zone ? 🤔 

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27 minutes ago, luckydug said:

That's probably why the SG has given the go ahead imo. 

Why no refreshment kiosks in the stadium and yet drink can be purchased in the fan zone ? 🤔 

They reckon couldn’t manage social distancing for food kiosks but merchandise stalls likely to be quieter. Table service at the fan zone.

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10 hours ago, Boab said:

Not really, Wattie.

Surely by Sept it will be back to something like normal.

hopefully after the euros they will start letting more fans in :rifle:

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8 hours ago, Jambof3tornado said:

You do know vaccinated people are stilll being admitted to hospital? 

 

My point is its another issue that must be dealt with. No point in proving vaccination etc for entry for fans if kids who are now the main spreaders of the virus are coming in to grounds spreading their dirty germs around.

Where do you start...

 

You need to learn to accept some risk in life mate. 

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22 minutes ago, Jambo_Gaz said:

Where do you start...

 

You need to learn to accept some risk in life mate. 

Hahahaha. I've spent the last 15 months front line in an ambulance dealing with covid, you can shove your risk comment!! 

 

Imagine the older generation of our supporters, are they going to be put at risk by coming into the grounds with hundreds of unvaccinated schoolkids? You think scotgov will allow that. Its going to be another hurdle to overcome before the country can get back to more normality.

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8 minutes ago, Jambof3tornado said:

Hahahaha. I've spent the last 15 months front line in an ambulance dealing with covid, you can shove your risk comment!! 

 

Imagine the older generation of our supporters, are they going to be put at risk by coming into the grounds with hundreds of unvaccinated schoolkids? You think scotgov will allow that. Its going to be another hurdle to overcome before the country can get back to more normality.


Surely that’s up to the individual to asses whether they there is risk. There will always be unvaccinated people around never mind kids. We need to get to the stage where we accept this risk like we do the flu or we will never move on. 

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30 minutes ago, Jambof3tornado said:

Hahahaha. I've spent the last 15 months front line in an ambulance dealing with covid, you can shove your risk comment!! 

 

Imagine the older generation of our supporters, are they going to be put at risk by coming into the grounds with hundreds of unvaccinated schoolkids? You think scotgov will allow that. Its going to be another hurdle to overcome before the country can get back to more normality.

With respect, mate, it doesn’t matter whether they’re vaccinated or not, does it. They, or anyone, can still carry it and get it for that matter.

It’s a headache but LFTs are the only way to keep on top of outbreaks.

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2 hours ago, Jambof3tornado said:

Hahahaha. I've spent the last 15 months front line in an ambulance dealing with covid, you can shove your risk comment!! 

 

Imagine the older generation of our supporters, are they going to be put at risk by coming into the grounds with hundreds of unvaccinated schoolkids? You think scotgov will allow that. Its going to be another hurdle to overcome before the country can get back to more normality.

 

You will also have spent the last 15 months dealing with car accidents, heart attacks, strokes etc etc. If you take the 'shove your risk assessment' approach we would never leave the house for fear of something happening. A lot has happened in recent months. All the evidence shows that those who have been double vaccinated are not catching the virus at anything like the level of the unvaccinated, those that have been vaccinated are much less likely to be hospitalised if they are very unfortunate to catch it, and that because the unvaccinated are predominantly in the younger age bracket the hospital cases are proportionately much lower. The Scottish Government Health Secretary has described the upcoming Hampden games and the fan zones as low risk, being outdoors. We simply have to move on, and I for one will be happy to return to a full Tynecastle in August, but somehow I don't think that those who control our lives will allow it.

 

 

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26 minutes ago, henryheart said:

 

You will also have spent the last 15 months dealing with car accidents, heart attacks, strokes etc etc. If you take the 'shove your risk assessment' approach we would never leave the house for fear of something happening. A lot has happened in recent months. All the evidence shows that those who have been double vaccinated are not catching the virus at anything like the level of the unvaccinated, those that have been vaccinated are much less likely to be hospitalised if they are very unfortunate to catch it, and that because the unvaccinated are predominantly in the younger age bracket the hospital cases are proportionately much lower. The Scottish Government Health Secretary has described the upcoming Hampden games and the fan zones as low risk, being outdoors. We simply have to move on, and I for one will be happy to return to a full Tynecastle in August, but somehow I don't think that those who control our lives will allow it.

 

 

Never understood how it can be low risk. If Scotland scores the place will go bananas. 

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3 hours ago, Jambof3tornado said:

Hahahaha. I've spent the last 15 months front line in an ambulance dealing with covid, you can shove your risk comment!! 

 

Imagine the older generation of our supporters, are they going to be put at risk by coming into the grounds with hundreds of unvaccinated schoolkids? You think scotgov will allow that. Its going to be another hurdle to overcome before the country can get back to more normality.

There's the problem right there. People can and should be able to make their mind up about the level of risk they want to take. 

 

I'd imagine most old folk will be beyond caring and would rather get to see the games at a full Tynie rather than a sparse, spaced out ground or at home for their final years. 

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... And yet live on TV at the moment, we have 18000 non-socially distanced, pissed out their skull fans, having the time of their lives at Edgbaston!!

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The next window has opened early for those wishing to purchase the guarantee price FYI

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3 hours ago, Jambo_Gaz said:

There's the problem right there. People can and should be able to make their mind up about the level of risk they want to take. 

 

I'd imagine most old folk will be beyond caring and would rather get to see the games at a full Tynie rather than a sparse, spaced out ground or at home for their final years. 

For what it's worth I like rugby league and watched Castleford v Hull last night. The ground was reasonably full with several hundred from Hull. Why should Scottish football be different?

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23 hours ago, been here before said:

 

The renewal period ends on 15th July so I imagine sometime after that for new purchases. Theres also usually a period of time for existing ST holders to move seats which has still tbc.

Was in ticket office yesterday- no date for new sales being released yet till they know how many people will be allowed in.

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12 minutes ago, bigdav said:

Was in ticket office yesterday- no date for new sales being released yet till they know how many people will be allowed in.

I thought that might be the case. 

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3 hours ago, Clark Griswold said:

The next window has opened early for those wishing to purchase the guarantee price FYI

Thanks for the the update....X3 renewed

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7 hours ago, jr ewing said:

Never understood how it can be low risk. If Scotland scores the place will go bananas. 

 

Exactly. Low risk 🤣

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7 hours ago, David McCaig said:

... And yet live on TV at the moment, we have 18000 non-socially distanced, pissed out their skull fans, having the time of their lives at Edgbaston!!

 

I believe this is a 'test event' where Covid tests were required in order to get access. 

 

They were all having a great time for sure.

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On 10/06/2021 at 18:00, hughesie27 said:

Sure, but those who bought last year and refused the stream option still got 20 points. And if we had been allowed, would have still been able to attend a game at Tynie.

They now have a free ST for this year, do they also get another 20 points?

Not so far on my account. Just the 20 from last season 

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On 11/06/2021 at 08:24, Dazo said:


Surely that’s up to the individual to asses whether they there is risk. There will always be unvaccinated people around never mind kids. We need to get to the stage where we accept this risk like we do the flu or we will never move on. 

It wont be up to individuals though, scotgov will still control rather than individuals so any idea that we will get to a point where clubs can open grounds fully if they want is a long way off as we dont appear to be looking as u18 vaccinations en masse.

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21 hours ago, henryheart said:

 

You will also have spent the last 15 months dealing with car accidents, heart attacks, strokes etc etc. If you take the 'shove your risk assessment' approach we would never leave the house for fear of something happening. A lot has happened in recent months. All the evidence shows that those who have been double vaccinated are not catching the virus at anything like the level of the unvaccinated, those that have been vaccinated are much less likely to be hospitalised if they are very unfortunate to catch it, and that because the unvaccinated are predominantly in the younger age bracket the hospital cases are proportionately much lower. The Scottish Government Health Secretary has described the upcoming Hampden games and the fan zones as low risk, being outdoors. We simply have to move on, and I for one will be happy to return to a full Tynecastle in August, but somehow I don't think that those who control our lives will allow it.

 

 

Correct. Those controlling us will not allow a full tynecastle. Football is not on their priority list. 

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20 hours ago, Jambo_Gaz said:

There's the problem right there. People can and should be able to make their mind up about the level of risk they want to take. 

 

I'd imagine most old folk will be beyond caring and would rather get to see the games at a full Tynie rather than a sparse, spaced out ground or at home for their final years. 

I dont know that our senior fans would be happy being packed in a stadium with kids nearby. Maybe they would. I know lots of old people are still reluctant to go shopping etc(my own mother included!).

 

I know we all just want to get back into grounds. The idea of sitting watching football streams on a laptop just puts me off altogether!!!

 

Its all gone on too long and I'm in no way convinced normality is coming anytime soon, until u18s are vaccinated too.

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Is the £25 option guaranteeing "a" seat when allowed back in or your own seat you've had in previous seasons? All it says on etickets is general admission. Can't afford to pay the 245 right now, but still want to keep my seat for when we get back to normal, or as normal as we can be/ are allowed to.

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1 minute ago, chubby1973 said:

Is the £25 option guaranteeing "a" seat when allowed back in or your own seat you've had in previous seasons? All it says on etickets is general admission. Can't afford to pay the 245 right now, but still want to keep my seat for when we get back to normal, or as normal as we can be/ are allowed to.

 

"For £25, the “Your Hearts Pass” will secure your right to purchase your seat in the future."

 

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16 minutes ago, been here before said:

 

"For £25, the “Your Hearts Pass” will secure your right to purchase your seat in the future."

 

That's what I thought. It was just the general admission part on the checkout screen threw me a bit. Still, I'll get it so I'm good to go for when we can get back in.

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2 Renewed (even though I said I wouldn’t!!😖) Anyway, HHGH 🇱🇻🇱🇻🇱🇻FTH

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Setting off soon for Tynecastle to get mine. Agreed to walk there from Corstorphine as part of Mrs F's campaign to get me to lose some weight and stop being a lazy pig. Will be first time I have walked there in 40 years.

 

What she hasn't twigged is that I am planning to pass the Roseburn on the return leg to watch the Euros.

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30 minutes ago, The Frenchman Returns said:

Setting off soon for Tynecastle to get mine. Agreed to walk there from Corstorphine as part of Mrs F's campaign to get me to lose some weight and stop being a lazy pig. Will be first time I have walked there in 40 years.

 

What she hasn't twigged is that I am planning to pass the Roseburn on the return leg to watch the Euros.

 

😄👏🏻 

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32 minutes ago, The Frenchman Returns said:

Setting off soon for Tynecastle to get mine. Agreed to walk there from Corstorphine as part of Mrs F's campaign to get me to lose some weight and stop being a lazy pig. Will be first time I have walked there in 40 years.

 

What she hasn't twigged is that I am planning to pass the Roseburn on the return leg to watch the Euros.

Can see the EEN headline "Corstorphine man collapses on route to Tynecastle" 

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On 10/06/2021 at 16:10, been here before said:

 

The renewal period ends on 15th July so I imagine sometime after that for new purchases. Theres also usually a period of time for existing ST holders to move seats which has still tbc.

 

People in TO just now were moving seats. But that's just what is available now before renewals end.

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On 01/06/2021 at 16:15, moz said:

OK...im proper confused now.....was going to take up option 2...then I get an email today with the below on it....says I dont need to do anything?

Cant remember referring last years and I watched every stream there was....so does this look like mine and Juniors [Under 13] are rolled over to next year with nothing to pay..??

 

Will make sure Juniors gets loads from the club store if so... 

 

 

"Last year we made a promise that no season 20/21 season ticket holder would lose out.
We committed to a Season Ticket Guarantee which gave supporters the option to roll their ticket to season 21/22.

As you selected this option, your season ticket has been automatically rolled over for season 21/22. There is nothing you need to do to activate this and you do not need to go through the renewal process".
 

 

Just to give an update. Been told at ticket office just now that both the adult and U13 tickets in my name (extra ones donated to schools) that were deferred last year are carried over for 2021/22.

 

I had thought it was only the U13 and it was vouchers instead for the Adult. They said it was because all the tickets are in my name (including the one I used) and because I deferred the 2. 

 

 

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