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The Play-off Ticket Experience – Part One

June 22, 2011 Leave a comment

Now that the pain of the play-off final is starting to recede, The Tilehurst End has analysed the results of the survey we ran in May about the pain that so many experienced in the weeks before the Final – the purchasing of tickets. Read more…

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Play-Off Final Tickets – How was it for you?

May 24, 2011 Leave a comment

At The Tilehurst End we’re interested in getting a much better idea of how the process of buying Play-Off final tickets was for everyone – both good and bad!   We know some people experienced problems, but we want to get a better idea of just how widespread this was.  We’re already in contact with Reading FC, the Football League, Ticketzone and Wembley, and we’d like to be able to tell them – objectively –  how it all went for everyone (good and bad) rather than give them a list of problems.   So we’ve put together a quick survey to help us with this.
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(Ticket) System of a Down

May 21, 2011 12 comments

At The Tilehurst End we’ve received a few emails and a fair number of tweets at about Reading’s ticketing arrangements for the Play-Off final, so we thought we’d take a look at what’s been good and what’s been bad about these, three days into tickets sales.   The club received a lot of criticism for decisions they made prior to the FA Cup Quarter-Final with Manchester City, so just how do the decisions they made before this match stand up?

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