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  1. This is just another example of lack of planning and a missed opportunity for the club. They have had plenty of time to prepare for this situation and find it quite surprising that they are operating under the assumption that all season ticket holders will want/be able to attend in person. With a bit of planning, they could have allowed season ticket holders to deactivate their ticket allowing them to put tickets on sale to the general public generating an additional revenue. Doesn’t feel like the club are showing a great sense of togetherness or thanks to fans who have purchased up front to help the managers 2000 ticket target or declined refunds on tickets from the previous season. Stark contrast to the message coming from other clubs in the division https://ictfc.com/2021-22-season-tickets Maybe I am being naïve but are there really that many Thistle fans who are looking to do the club out of revenue by sharing tickets and streams. Are those people likely to have paid in the first place?
  2. They might not be able to have an exclusive streaming season ticket however there is nothing stopping them from making it part of the season ticket like other teams in the division: ICT, Dunfermline, Kilmarnock and Morton. From the ICT website
  3. I am interpreting it like this: The club has made the decision that if you have bought a season ticket then you are assumed to have the ability to attend all games in person. Only for the specific scenario of self-isolation will they provide access to the streaming service. Where does this leave fans who have purchased a season ticket up front who cannot attend for other reasons e.g. not fully vaccinated, have underlying health conditions or even just don’t feel comfortable attending while the number of cases are still high. I imagine there were a number of fans who purchased a season ticket to help the club meet their 2000 ST target knowing they may not be able to attend the games. Are the club expecting that these fans fork out another £12 as well? Should these fans have not purchased a season ticket and instead gone the for the PPV option denying the club additional revenue? I think the club should have included the streaming option as part of the season ticket deal. They have already received the ST money regardless of attendance and given the streaming service is already in place I don’t see a financial loss to the club there either.
  4. Anyone else finding the video quality of the stream to be particular poor. Almost seems slightly out of focus and the ball dissappears any time there is a cross into the box.
  5. FYI if you have a season ticket make sure and use the the following url: https://www.ptfcpass.co.uk to log in which does not contain "PPV" as part of the address. I had used the following link: https://ppv.ptfcpass.co.uk/login which will not accept my username and password.
  6. Same issue here. Logged in fine during the week, user name and password saved, can't log in now
  7. There are definitley a few people in this thread getting Andy Wilkinson mixed up with the horrific Will Snowdon.
  8. Hi, Does anyone know of a ref that would be available on Sunday to ref a Jags Trust FC game at 2pm in Easterhouse. Cheers.
  9. http://www.vcfshop.com/products.php?1118 - TAPIRY
  10. It's a strip that has been mocked up by Nike for the 2011/12 season based on the colours of the Catalan national flag. Might never get used!
  11. http://www.wearethistle.co.uk/forums/index.php?/topic/1876-tapiray/
  12. Dougall


    Barcelona Potential new away top for Barcelona based on the Catalan national flag by Nike.