Fair enough, wasn't my intention, but point taken.Hi mate, just a friendly word to the wise - we have strict rules on here about ticket sales. If you charge more than face value we will ban you.Renewed my two gold memberships today, (£1168 each!!) my son would never have forgiven me if I hadn't.
However, he is off to university in September, so we won't be going too much for the next three years. Hopefully I can get a small group of members who want a couple of good tickets every now and again, maybe to help them plan trips well in advance, if they are not local.
Great seats, on 18 yard line, upper stand near front, at the home end, above the singing block. Even right next to an exit for refreshments/toilets/ quick getaways, without disturbing anyone.
Anyway, hopefully I can post them on this forum and use the ticket transfer system, they'll be face value £45, whatever, maybe a fiver more for PL and a bit less for Europa.
Just not sure what 'face value' for a gold member ticket actually means. For my seat, the Ticket Exchange charges members about £85, (of which I get about £75) for the Cat A games, and £49.50 (I receive £45.00) for the next category, whereas I effectively pay £45 per ticket for every match (as an average.)
Should I should just follow their match category pricing model, (with the EL and lower Cat games down to about £35 or less), and deduct the admin fee, which I won't be paying? Or maybe the ticket transfer system does it automatically? I will find out presumably!