WHO Poll
Q: 2017/18 Brighton (h)
a. If e can stop being the masters of our own downfall we should take 3 points, win
75%
  
b. We seem too flaky at the moment and don't expect an easy game, draw
8%
  
c. We can't put teams away and have a soft underbelly, lose
10%
  
d. Did you know that Eurovision 1974 was held in Brighton and launched ABBA onto the world stage with Waterloo
4%
  
e. I love Friday Night Football, it gives me the chance to show everyone down the local just how big a West Ham nut I am, hat, scarf, shirt, you name it I'll be wearing it
3%
  



One Flew 5:26 Mon Feb 13
Home tickets spare? - why not use the Ticket Exchange
I'm a helpful chap me, if you have tickets you're not using why not offer them up on Ticket Exchange to the 50,000 that are on the waiting list.

I've done this a few times recently and they go in minutes.

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eastham75 6:26 Wed Feb 15
Re: Home tickets spare? - why not use the Ticket Exchange
I Have used it for WBA but had no takers

missy 8:29 Tue Feb 14
Re: Home tickets spare? - why not use the Ticket Exchange
yep and you get ripped off cos Brady takes her cut !!!

Moore4Less 11:27 Mon Feb 13
Re: Home tickets spare? - why not use the Ticket Exchange
I think you'll find that most of us will simply get other family or friends/workmates to attend if the season ticket holder (sth) can't attend. Or advertise on WHO to find someone really keen to go.
Tik Xch is a good idea in principle but in practice it's just too much trouble for most sth's. And we get so little back (from as little as £2.17 - depending on match category - credit towards next season's renewal for a u16) if a buyer is found.
The WHO Ticket Forum is a much better bet as the vast majority of tickets here are sold at face value, or sometimes even less. And I've even seen some offered for free!





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