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Anyone know what the likely form is for home ticket sales this season, at least the Brizzle game?  Are we going anyone who wants one gets one or will there be a socially distanced version?

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39 minutes ago, diasboro said:

Anyone know what the likely form is for home ticket sales this season, at least the Brizzle game?  Are we going anyone who wants one gets one or will there be a socially distanced version?

I think the FA are in talks about how the whole thing is going to work. The Government want a vaccine passport style system for another events over 20k (I believe). Whereas the FA/EFL/Premier League aren't wanting that. 

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I’ve been trying to get this information out of Boro on twitter for the last week.

 

I finally got a response today from them saying we’ll release the information when we have it…

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Boro’s ticketing operations are absolutely useless.

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