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    Posted: 29 April 2018 at 8:35am
It was suggested yesterday that if we had already renewed our season tickets for next year, that we would get a free ticket for the QF ??
 
Anyone know if this is true or not please ?
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Hope not NUTS. Don’t think that would be entirely fair.
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Season ticket holders can buy them on Monday before they go on general sale on Tuesday. Final day for early bird season tickets on Monday too. Going to be busy in the ticket office!
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Anyone know what time the ticket office is open until on Monday?
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[QUOTE=RedZep] Anyone know what time the ticket office is open until on Monday?[/QUOTE


Details including prices are now on the website, can be purchased after midday office open until 7.00 pm.
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Scarlets will welcome Toyota Cheetahs to Parc y Scarlets on Saturday 5th May, kick off 18:35, in the Guinness PRO14 Final Series Play Off.

 

We’re delighted to confirm that tickets will be available for purchase from 12 noon tomorrow, Monday 30th April, for all Season Ticket holders online and at the ticket office*.

 

As a thank you for your continued support, and your support over the last few weeks in particular during the European Rugby Champions Cup campaign, tickets for Season Ticket holders will be available during the exclusive buying period (until Tuesday) at Category B prices as listed below.

 

All Season Ticket holders will also be able to purchase an additional two tickets at Category B prices during the exclusive window.

 

All tickets will go on general sale on Tuesday at Category A prices (as below).

 

We’d really appreciate if you can help us pack the Parc one last time this season!


Scarlets v Cheetahs price table;

 

  

General Sale - Cat A

Season Ticket Holders - Cat B

Stradey

Adult

£38

£33

Concession

£38

£33

Junior

£8

£7

Student

£12

£8

1872

Adult

£36

£31

Concession

£30

£25

Junior

£7

£6

Student

£12

£8

Premier

Adult

£33

£26

Concession

£26

£20

Junior

£6

£5

Student

£10

£6

Standard

Adult

£25

£15

Concession

£20

£14

Junior

£5

£4

Student

£9

£6

Enclosure

Adult

£18

£14

Concession

£14

£12

Junior

£5

£4

Student

£7

£5

 

2018-19 Season Ticket Early Bird offer finishes at 7pm tomorrow, Monday 30th April.

 

*Phone lines will be open to enquiries but we won’t be able to facilitate sales online.

http://www.scarlets.wales/en/news/articles/scarlets-v-cheetahs-ticket-information/



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Thanks for that - and this link does work.
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So if I buy my ticket online this evening do I have to pick it up, print it or do they send it out to me? In effect the club are saying to season ticket holders, get your ticket TODAY or loose it, am I right?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote supertaf Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 April 2018 at 9:54am
Am I alone in thinking this is a bit tight? The fans have been spending huge amounts of money following the team so far during an already expensive season and now what is still effectively a league game is now extra again and at full price. Assuming we win, I have no issue with paying Glasgow for a ticket for the next game but this is a surprise. Also if I'm reading the press release correctly, ST holder only have 1 afternoon to buy their own seat before tickets go on general sale meaning if you can't pop in/get through, you may end up somewhere else in the ground rather than the excellent seat you may already have (or will ST tickets be held for the ST holder). I appreciate this is a very negative post, apologies.

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Originally posted by greypower1 greypower1 wrote:

So if I buy my ticket online this evening do I have to pick it up, print it or do they send it out to me? In effect the club are saying to season ticket holders, get your ticket TODAY or loose it, am I right?

I very much hope that it'll be possible to print the ticket - there is no way I can get down to Llanelli before Saturday.
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Originally posted by supertaf supertaf wrote:

Am I alone in thinking this is a bit tight? The fans have been spending huge amounts of money following the team so far during an already expensive season and now what is still effectively a league game is now extra again and at full price. Assuming we win, I have no issue with paying Glasgow for a ticket for the next game but this is a surprise. Also if I'm reading the press release correctly, ST holder only have 1 afternoon to buy their own seat before tickets go on general sale meaning if you can't pop in/get through, you may end up somewhere else in the ground rather than the excellent seat you may already have (or will ST tickets be held for the ST holder). I appreciate this is a very negative post, apologies.

I may have misunderstood it, but I thought that ST holders were being offered tickets at a discounted price - maybe someone else can clarify this?
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Originally posted by aber-fan aber-fan wrote:

Originally posted by supertaf supertaf wrote:

Am I alone in thinking this is a bit tight? The fans have been spending huge amounts of money following the team so far during an already expensive season and now what is still effectively a league game is now extra again and at full price. Assuming we win, I have no issue with paying Glasgow for a ticket for the next game but this is a surprise. Also if I'm reading the press release correctly, ST holder only have 1 afternoon to buy their own seat before tickets go on general sale meaning if you can't pop in/get through, you may end up somewhere else in the ground rather than the excellent seat you may already have (or will ST tickets be held for the ST holder). I appreciate this is a very negative post, apologies.

I may have misunderstood it, but I thought that ST holders were being offered tickets at a discounted price - maybe someone else can clarify this?

You're correct. Discounted for ST holders.

It's not effectively a league game. It's knock out rugby.
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Originally posted by supertaf supertaf wrote:

Am I alone in thinking this is a bit tight? The fans have been spending huge amounts of money following the team so far during an already expensive season and now what is still effectively a league game is now extra again and at full price. Assuming we win, I have no issue with paying Glasgow for a ticket for the next game but this is a surprise. Also if I'm reading the press release correctly, ST holder only have 1 afternoon to buy their own seat before tickets go on general sale meaning if you can't pop in/get through, you may end up somewhere else in the ground rather than the excellent seat you may already have (or will ST tickets be held for the ST holder). I appreciate this is a very negative post, apologies.
Why do you not have an issue paying Glasgow for the next game which by your own words is "effectively a league game" but do take issue paying for an additional home game that wasn't (and couldn't have been) included as part of the season ticket?

I don't see how the club can manage it any differently considering the game is 5 days away, it's a balancing act between giving ST holders first refusal with the need to get the tickets on general sale asap with such a short turnaround to maximize attendance. 

RE: popping in / getting through, it's extremely easy to do it online through ticketing system imo.
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Hard to complain about being in a quarter final, the other regions would love to be in our position. I'm just thankful I support this club and we've been blessed with so many big games this season (with more to come hopefully!) Roll on Saturday Thumbs Up
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