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Betty Swallocks

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  1. Every year I see people moaning about Reading away being boring but I’ve had a great day out every time I’ve been on the train!
  2. Reading is a great away day as long as you leave it late to go from the city centre to the ground and then make a sharpe exit back to the city centre after the game.
  3. Reading is FA Cup 4th round weekend but regardless, with the reduced allocation at Reading, these tickets will go as quickly as they did today, imo.
  4. In the profile page, there is a section regarding friends and family. As long as you have your friends supporters number and surname, you can add them as a friend. Every time you purchase tickets, you have the option to assign additional tickets to anyone who you have set up in the above section.
  5. The confirmation email will have ended up in her junk folder. Everything from the City does, annoyingly. Standard piss poor communication though!
  6. We don’t get a choice unfortunately.
  7. It’s a lads group chat, I’d imagine that was sent tongue in cheek!
  8. Yes of course you would have been less deserving.
  9. Why?!!.... you sound like a child who’s just being annoying. I’ve clearly set out why it’s important for people who go regularly to be rewarded with priority for the bigger games.
  10. Because the some people who get tickets will be the same people who have supported the team away from home throughout the season. It costs a lot of money and time following the City away, of course the ones who go more regularly should be rewarded for this by getting priority for the big games.
  11. Swansea away could be a huge game, why should someone who’s not been arsed to go away all season have the same priority level as someone who’s travelled all over the country, all season long?
  12. The club need to be looking at this a bit more carefully. With a reduced allocation at Fulham, there is likely to be a mad rush for tickets for that game as well. If we carry on doing well, Swansea away at the end of the season will again sell out very quickly if it’s a free-for-all. There needs to be some priority given to those who travel regularly.
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