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  1. They chat now? It'll still be quicker as they won't be fumbling with change
  2. With the other half of the stand previously being a "neutral" section fans have been in together before
  3. The downside of using temporary agency staff
  4. https://www.bcfc.co.uk/news/bristol-sport-pop-up-store-opens-ahead-of-christmas/ Bristol Sport is delighted to announce the launch of a pop-up shop in John Lewis & Partners, Cribbs Causeway. We know our products are popular gifts at Christmas and we will stock all our best-selling items for children and adults for Bears, City and Flyers. It’s great for personalised gifts, stocking fillers and we will also be selling our new hospitality gift cards. The pop up is located on the first floor in John Lewis and opens on Black Friday at 10am until Christmas eve. We have various Black Friday offers to be launched soon with up to 50% off selected retail lines which are available up to and including Monday, December 2nd. Group Head of Commercial Caroline Herbert said: “We’re excited to work with such an established and reputable retail brand in John Lewis & Partners and it’s been fantastic to collaborate so far. “The pop-up shop is the result of a lot of hard work and it’s fantastic to branch out into north Bristol and into the Mall, Cribbs Causeway. “Supporters should keep an eye on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook for announcements of special guest appearances in the shop throughout December. Shelley Sturdy, Brand Manager, John Lewis & Partners, Cribbs Causeway said: “We know many of our customers will love this addition to our shop. “As a department store we are working to reinvent ourselves to offer things that our customers will enjoy - this is just one example of many. “Bristol Sport is a young and ambitious organisation who are making waves in the city – we’re delighted to align our brands and open our doors to supporters from City, Bears and Flyers.”
  5. Very optimistic of you @slartibartfast Perhaps best to take a screenshot before the first games finish
  6. Interesting to read I honestly always thought it created panic
  7. Big Issue sellers take payment by contact less machines The club could supply them, but equally people will still have money on them
  8. See my reply above. Many other places already do this, why are we any different?
  9. I do agree with you but many other sports stadia have implemented this, if they can cope why can't we?
  10. Someone I know did the same but has since had contact advising them their purchase has been cancelled Don't forget it's common practice for clubs to swap details of supporters purchase history. I hate to say this but if you have purchase history with City you will do VERY well to keep these tickets
  11. They split what was the away end in half now. All to do with getting home support on all four sides of the ground
  12. Is it worth watching though? Have it recorded Am a massive WOTW fan
  13. So they are sat within the same area as the rest of us? I'm missing why they should be given any priority in that situation Those with a wheelchair and having a carer are given specialist tickets so not affected by these earlier sales
  14. No worries didn't want you to be inundated with messages for no reason
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