Bromley ticket information (inc trialling of cashless turnstiles)

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Fuggletim
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Re: Bromley ticket information (inc trialling of cashless turnstiles)

Post by Fuggletim » Mon Aug 12, 2019 6:27 pm

Any idea what "best available" means when it comes to seats? Do we no longer have a choice where we sit?

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Re: Bromley ticket information (inc trialling of cashless turnstiles)

Post by Birdman » Sun Aug 18, 2019 3:27 pm

As there’s been a few negative comments in the matchday thread I thought that I’d bring this thread back into view.
The cashless turnstiles were a two game trial (Bromley and Halifax) and were for the seating areas only and I feel that the club was right to try and see how successful (or not) the experiment was. I hope that the club will ask for feedback from those supporters affected.
If it was generally well received by those supporters then should the club decide to extend (or have) another trial period then maybe it should consider *contactless card readers in turnstiles instead of having to go into the front office each time. That said, any saving in cash handling costs might be outweighed by having these card readers and so would have to be taken into consideration.


*I fully accept that not everyone has or is in favour of contactless cards.

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Re: Bromley ticket information (inc trialling of cashless turnstiles)

Post by Shot By Both Sides » Sun Aug 18, 2019 3:30 pm

Fuggletim wrote:
Mon Aug 12, 2019 6:27 pm
Any idea what "best available" means when it comes to seats? Do we no longer have a choice where we sit?
Cushions and cupholder.


*I’ve deleted your “double post”, Mr Sides*
Birdy


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