Season Ticket South Stand Upper

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Does anyone know what South Stand Upper Premium is? There is no information which areas it pertains to either on the tickets website or the official as far as I can see. All info welcome.
 

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Blocks each side of Director’s box. Occasional guffaw can be heard and if near me the more than occasional profanity.
 

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Blocks each side of Director’s box
But excluding the first three rows (from the front going back) Those are the 1893 club seats. Not a huge difference in the view if you are in the next 10 rows, just no half time tea/coffee, program, car park space and use of the lounge by the bar and NO BISCUITS!!! 😁
 

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But excluding the first three rows (from the front going back) Those are the 1893 club seats. Not a huge difference in the view if you are in the next 10 rows, just no half time tea/coffee, program, car park space and use of the lounge by the bar and NO BISCUITS!!! 😁
Out of interest ML - what was last year's Senior rate for an 1893 ST? Asking for a friend.
 

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Do you get your own private personalised car park space for an 1893 club ST?!
Used to. Seriously, it used to be that you were allocated a numbered space*. For the last few seasons though it has just been an allocated section. Has to be two season ticket holders in one vehicle to qualify. Travelling up from Hampshire for an evening game makes an allocated space very attractive!

*I was directed to the chairman's space for one game. Right by the main entrance. :cool:
 

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Out of interest ML - what was last year's Senior rate for an 1893 ST? Asking for a friend.
Had a quick look back through the archives and found the full listing. £500.00 was the price then. That will be the renewal price, if other prices are to be matched but, may not be the "new" ticket price. For that you get access to the lounge, a program, tea/coffee and biscuits at half time and all the presentations before and after kick off. The atmosphere in the lounge is always friendly and you do get to meet lots of people including players past and present. It's also very welcoming on a cold wet day! If there are two ticket holders you can also apply for a parking space, very useful if you struggle with walking distances. (or like me just lazy!)
 

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Had a quick look back through the archives and found the full listing. £500.00 was the price then. That will be the renewal price, if other prices are to be matched but, may not be the "new" ticket price. For that you get access to the lounge, a program, tea/coffee and biscuits at half time and all the presentations before and after kick off. The atmosphere in the lounge is always friendly and you do get to meet lots of people including players past and present. It's also very welcoming on a cold wet day! If there are two ticket holders you can also apply for a parking space, very useful if you struggle with walking distances. (or like me just lazy!)
Thank you - Can you please provide a full inventory of biscuits that are provided and whether this differs for Saturday and Midweek games? - It's the little things that make the difference.
 

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This could become the basis of a degree course, the relationship between the availability of biscuits and the quality linked to your teams overall performance, do chocolate hobnobs provide a indication of quality as compared to malted milk
 

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Thank you - Can you please provide a full inventory of biscuits that are provided and whether this differs for Saturday and Midweek games? - It's the little things that make the difference.
Difficult to answer that, have you been fully vetted? Signed the official secrets act?

If you were able to ingratiate yourself at our table, you could be treated to Wagon Wheels, Kit Kats and other well known chocolate delights. The "other classes" have to make do with whatever Rosie has blagged from some sucker sponsor for that particular season.
 

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This could become the basis of a degree course, the relationship between the availability of biscuits and the quality linked to your teams overall performance, do chocolate hobnobs provide a indication of quality as compared to malted milk
Furthermore - there could be many graphs produced showing the comparative merits and 'customer experience' of 3 points accompanied by one plain digestive vs a draw accompanied by open access to the Fortnum & Mason exclusive selection
 

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This could become the basis of a degree course, the relationship between the availability of biscuits and the quality linked to your teams overall performance, do chocolate hobnobs provide a indication of quality as compared to malted milk
I detect some ridicule here! I'll have you know that if the biscuits are not up to scratch, the directors box get to know all about it! (They are right next to us, you know)
It may not reflect well on the team either, SSU are renowned for their expert critique of the day's performance.
 

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I detect some ridicule here! I'll have you know that if the biscuits are not up to scratch, the directors box get to know all about it! (They are right next to us, you know)
It may not reflect well on the team either, SSU are renowned for their expert critique of the day's performance.
Is "critique" french for Bow Locks.
 

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We could need a 5pm daily government press conference on this subject - especially if statistics and graphs are going to be involved!
Yes, but the graphs and statistics would prove that there were at least three different sorts of biscuits available to ML on every occasion, but due to the outsourcing of the delivery they were being laid out on Sunday afternoon. Upon seeing that none of the biscuits had been eaten, the zero-waste policies came into force and they were withdrawn.

So it's all his fault, obvs
 

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If Marie Antoinette had said "left them eat biscuits"she might had kept her head, did garibaldi actually like dead fly biscuits,were ships biscuits full of weevils actually that bad,are digestives actually easy to digest,these are the questions that need to be answered
 

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