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    Ticket sales

    I am guessing after last Friday that Hibs decided to stop selling tickets for the east stand? Tried to buy one and was told it was completely sold out the other day, same online. Now forgive me for being cynical but unless we are saying nearly 200 people in the end section at south stand end bought tickets and decided against going then itís clear the club stopped selling.
    So thatís been three issues with tickets this season; stopped selling in FFL due to an issue with the singing section, not selling any concession tickets last week unless you phone the ticket office direct which was always busy Ďdue to it nearly being sold outí and today due to, presumably, two neds over the last two games.


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    In fairness the row in front of me in 43 had about 8 empty seats in a row that are normally filled by season ticket holders. Donít know if it was just the weather that contributed to it, god knows tbh. Was surprised at the gaps considering how big a game this was for us today!


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    In fairness the row in front of me in 43 had about 8 empty seats in a row that are normally filled by season ticket holders. Donít know if it was just the weather that contributed to it, god knows tbh. Was surprised at the gaps considering how big a game this was for us today!


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    It was more the very end section that doesnít have any/very few season tickets in it, the rest I can understand being no shows on a day like today but thereís no chance section 45 was sold out and 98% of them decided not to bother showing up.

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    I think you are right about Section 45 in the East.
    No tickets were on sale there this week i suspect due to recent incidents there.
    Wasn't really relevant today given there were Hibs supporters in the South.
    Can see the club following this tactic for the matches against Celtic, Rangers, Aberdeen & Hearts but not relevant for any other league game.

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    Also noticed the East had stewards the full length seated at trackside facing the stand for the whole game
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    Also noticed the East had stewards the full length seated at trackside facing the stand for the whole game
    Club obviously didnt want to drop the ball given the ******** **** storm is still front and centre. Will have known that if we got through today without further incident they get breathing space until the next home fixture on April 3rd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibby View Post
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    Also noticed the East had stewards the full length seated at trackside facing the stand for the whole game
    The one in front of us spent more time watching the game than the crowd in the stand.

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