What are they saying? Or more to the point, what are they expecting? Season ticket holders still benefit from a better (cheaper) price per game, so it’s not like our commitment for the whole season is undermined in any way. They should be glad that the club is becoming more proactive, trying to fill some of those empty seats. You know, for the good of the club and all that.
Who knows what may happen in the future. Reading have quite an elaborate rewards scheme, so at the very least Tiger will be aware of some of the things the club could be doing. It’s something that’s worth mentioning at the fans forum in my opinion.
I’m interested to see what his approach will be next season regarding season tickets - lower prices hoping to attract more fans, or higher prices hoping they don’t put too many current regulars off. He’d buy a bit of goodwill by lowering prices a little and probably raise attendances in the process.
Probably the most sensible offer of the ones suggested on here, it gets casual attendees to come more often at a price similar to a season ticket, it’s obviously aimed at getting those who purchase to consider buying season tickets next season when you read the bumpf.
Better than doing one of those entry for a quid games which just attract free loaders, at least this is targeted marketing.
Not sure what current season ticket holders are moaning about, they not getting in for less than them by purchasing the deal, and other than entry to matches and priorities on Cup and away games what else is there to offer to most adults?