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pass the dutchy 9:05 Wed Mar 13
Club London
So when we moved to the new ground me and two mates decided to upgrade from band 3 tickets to club London tickets. Held season tickets for 20 years.

We had to pay for three years £2016 per season and then £500 to be a member.

Now three years on we want to move to another area in the ground. However it seems we are not allowed to do so and only have two options:

A) Renew club London for £2400 per season plus the membership fee
B) start from scratch at the back of the waiting list.

Club London is not value for money and we want out but also want to renew in say band 4.

Is anyone else going through this as I’m gobsmacked I may not be even able to go next year after 24 years holding a season ticket.

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Huffers 12:30 Wed Mar 20
Re: Club London
I imagine that would be because membership fees were applicable prior to this summer.

If you signed up for 3 years recently then I believe your rate is fixed until it expires, even if the price would've otherwise gone up.

Membership fees are no longer in place but they've just incorporated it into the ticket fee.

balders 11:07 Wed Mar 20
Re: Club London
Huffers

I gave up my Boleyn Bar Ticket after first 3 months as it was a shambles

Got a academy season ticket last year had to pay the membership again

Huffers 10:05 Wed Mar 20
Re: Club London
You dont.

balders 9:43 Wed Mar 20
Re: Club London
I pay 144 a month , every month over the 3 years

Can believe we will have to pay the membership fee again , just taking the piss now

penners28 11:13 Tue Mar 19
Re: Club London
Think the DRUIDS reckoned it was all a con, but were constantly shouted down.

This “next level” has been deec hasnt it

bruuuno 11:10 Tue Mar 19
Re: Club London
Yea, who would have imagined it would be a big con?

penners28 10:35 Tue Mar 19
Re: Club London
Sounds like a massive con to me...

westhamshares 5:46 Tue Mar 19
Re: Club London
WHUJones see the post from Huffers about paying £168 per month ie paying 3 years ST over 3 years not 3 years paying over 12 months as you stated

westhamshares 5:42 Tue Mar 19
Re: Club London
WHUjones are you saying you paid for 3 years over 12 months, I thought it was paid equally over the 3 years

SnarestoneIron 2:46 Tue Mar 19
Re: Club London
NS

I tried to get a ST first season at the OS, failed, only managed to get one this season, so guess there is a waiting list.

Life of Riley 1:41 Tue Mar 19
Re: Club London
I've moved twice with no problem since we moved. From the forge to the academy and then to the Londoner claret.having the life change is an understandable problem with the kids but if you want me to I'll talk to the relevant person for you and I'm sure they'll sort it out.

Huffers 12:40 Tue Mar 19
Re: Club London
Buster 12:09 Tue Mar 19

Catch 22 isn't it though. If I did that and didn't get one, it would mean I wouldn't be able to apply for away tickets either. They're not stupid. I'm fortunate enough that at the moment I can afford to do it and it works for me. Not sure what I'll do once I've got to buy an additional one for my son though!

Northern Sold 12:23 Tue Mar 19
Re: Club London
Is this ST waiting list a myth?? Everyone I know who wanted a NEW ST got one... they went on no waiting list... or was they just (un)lucky??

Buster 12:09 Tue Mar 19
Re: Club London
You'll 100% get offered season tickets elsewhere if you tell them to shove it.

Northern Sold 11:46 Tue Mar 19
Re: Club London

Reply Huffers 9:07 Mon Mar 18
Re: Club London
And yes priority on tickets but not guaranteed. There would be (for example) 1,000 tickets for a cup final for club London but 5,000 applicants.



Yeah well I would not worry about that Huffers son....

pass the dutchy 8:42 Tue Mar 19
Re: Club London
My rep is Guy.

I have also spoken to Steve Doyle his boss.

Basically Club London is separate to the general admission from what they are saying so no entitlement to ever move.

When we transferred our tickets into Club London more fool us by the looks of it.

With the renewal sitting at three years and £2400 for year one with 3% increases year two and three it’s a rip off and not worth it.

So my options are renew and pray to god someone senior suddenly allows club London members to be reallocated or join the waiting list.

I never got told this in the first place when signing up to Club London. I just fancied a nicer seat. Which it isn’t it gets fucking wet.

So I’m going to ring for a meeting today and see what they say.

Yes the club are not to blame for me having twins but they should help supporters who want to change seats.

Life of Riley 9:23 Mon Mar 18
Re: Club London
Pass the duchy. I'm in club London and firstly they are not asking you to repay the £500 Debenture fee. You are more than entitled to move. Who us your rep?

Huffers 9:07 Mon Mar 18
Re: Club London
And yes priority on tickets but not guaranteed. There would be (for example) 1,000 tickets for a cup final for club London but 5,000 applicants.

Huffers 9:04 Mon Mar 18
Re: Club London
https://twitter.com/anthonyhufton/status/1107722752054779911?s=21

See above link for extract of terms received in January 2015.

WHUJONES 7:35 Mon Mar 18
Re: Club London
mind you we apparently still get priority on finals and semi finals so that has got to be worth renewing for..

Peterboroughiron 7:34 Mon Mar 18
Re: Club London
Suck it up m8 the club can’t be responsible for your change of circumstances but I wouldn’t worry you don’t need a ST there are many many tickets available for every single home game so you won’t miss out

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