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Hi there... Not sure how away season tickets work.. can you buy them as a stand-alone without a regular season ticket? if so, how much do they cost? and where are they on sale?many thanksOTBC

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[quote user="nu_matik"]Hi there... Not sure how away season tickets work.. can you buy them as a stand-alone without a regular season ticket? if so, how much do they cost? and where are they on sale?
many thanks
OTBC
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Yes a lad and his uncle I believe, posted to say they had just bought the last couple of Away Season tickets. I seem to recall they were rounded on as being bandwaggon jumpers and all round blaggards but I wasnt entirely sure why. But yes, they have all been sold.

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Cheers.... might still ring up! Cant wait to jump on the crazy premier league bandwagon!! never been to a city away game before! :/

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If you''ve never been to an away game then maybe an away season ticket isn''t for you. Hell of a commitment and a very, very expensive one too.

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is any away season ticket holder a bandwagon jumper?

average 20 games at £40 a pop plus travel and expenses being well over that...£2k for a season (I''ll end up way over 3k down with hotels and er? beer!)...and all this to maybe not ever seeing a win for your troubles...nah. All the masses that are Norwich based that give the team a few hours every other Saturday for a £4-500 a season should probably keep quiet. Its definitely easier popping on a bus or making out you are shopping at Morrisons 2 twice a month than sitting on the M6 for 8hours!

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Having an away ST doesn’t mean you have to go to every game, you’re allowed to reject 5.

I got one because it guarantees me a ticket for every game, and so I don’t have to go through the application process every time (I was in Priority Group 2 anyway, so not a band wagon jumper).

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[quote user="When Saturday Comes"]Having an away ST doesn’t mean you have to go to every game, you’re allowed to reject 5. I got one because it guarantees me a ticket for every game, and so I don’t have to go through the application process every time (I was in Priority Group 2 anyway, so not a band wagon jumper).[/quote]

 

Doesn''t the away st include all the cup games this season too, so they will count as rejected ones if you dont go ??

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I will go to every league game bar the first (as on holiday) and most prob the cup games if it works out that way and work commitments allow,

WSC, I personally dont like your ''Holier than thou'' posts...are you you really NCFC or all about yourself? I personally think the former, time will tell.

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[quote user="spencer 1970"]I will go to every league game bar the first (as on holiday) and most prob the cup games if it works out that way and work commitments allow,

WSC, I personally dont like your ''Holier than thou'' posts...are you you really NCFC or all about yourself? I personally think the former, time will tell.[/quote]

What ''Holier than thou'' posts? You don''t know me at all.

What you on about? I just said getting an away ST doesn''t make you a band wagon jumper.

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[quote user="spencer 1970"]is any away season ticket holder a bandwagon jumper?

average 20 games at £40 a pop plus travel and expenses being well over that...£2k for a season (I''ll end up way over 3k down with hotels and er? beer!)...and all this to maybe not ever seeing a win for your troubles...nah. All the masses that are Norwich based that give the team a few hours every other Saturday for a £4-500 a season should probably keep quiet. Its definitely easier popping on a bus or making out you are shopping at Morrisons 2 twice a month than sitting on the M6 for 8hours![/quote]

Yep it''s much better to give your cash to all city''s rivals rather than give money to the team you actually support!!!!!!!

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All these people ''jumping on the bandwagon'' and getting away season tickets !The only time I had one was when we were in division 1 -- what''s that make me ?

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