By Altishark2222
#29425
Hi Kayleigh
Do you know how/who will be able to get tickets for remaining home matches after 17 May?
By chris1850
#29624
Hi Kayleigh

Please excuse this query from a not too savvy user!

I have received the email regarding tickets for Bristol and Quins. My pal and I are long standing ST holders in the West Stand. I think we are both 'members' also - we each paid £95 a year or so ago (was that for membership?). I have followed the link to the Ticketmaster e-ticketing site and I can see that in my account I have my pal in 'My Network'. Can you confirm that I dont need to do anything more to apply for 2 tickets on the 11th May for each match please

Apologies if the above question is very obvious!
By ShawShark
#29654
Hi,

Again, this may be obvious, but myself, my son and grandson were season ticket holders, me and my son also took out a membership. The way I read it me and my son can apply for tickets 11th May, my grandson wouldn't be able to apply until 16th May. So to ensure that we can sit together we would all have to wait until 16th May t apply, is that correct?

Also, as the limit will be 4000, how many tickets will be available in each stand?
By KayleighBaxter
#29693
Hi Chris1850,

Thanks for your message - your payment was for membership. You don't need to do
anything further but if you have any queries please email info@salesharks.com

Thanks


chris1850 wrote:Hi Kayleigh

Please excuse this query from a not too savvy user!

I have received the email regarding tickets for Bristol and Quins. My pal and I are long standing ST holders in the West Stand. I think we are both 'members' also - we each paid £95 a year or so ago (was that for membership?). I have followed the link to the Ticketmaster e-ticketing site and I can see that in my account I have my pal in 'My Network'. Can you confirm that I dont need to do anything more to apply for 2 tickets on the 11th May for each match please

Apologies if the above question is very obvious!
By KayleighBaxter
#29694
Hi ShawShark,

Yes, that is correct re: only your son & you can purchase tickets on the first release.

We are not working towards 4000 capacity - the numbers vary quite considerably between each stadium based on social distancing.

We are hoping that some further updates in the next week from the government will allow an increase on what we are working towards currently.

If your grandson has been a season ticket holder in previous seasons then the second release will allow him to purchase.

Thanks



ShawShark wrote:
Sat May 01, 2021 12:01 pm
Hi,

Again, this may be obvious, but myself, my son and grandson were season ticket holders, me and my son also took out a membership. The way I read it me and my son can apply for tickets 11th May, my grandson wouldn't be able to apply until 16th May. So to ensure that we can sit together we would all have to wait until 16th May t apply, is that correct?

Also, as the limit will be 4000, how many tickets will be available in each stand?
By chris1850
#29695
KayleighBaxter wrote:
Mon May 03, 2021 11:33 am
Hi Chris1850,

Thanks for your message - your payment was for membership. You don't need to do
anything further but if you have any queries please email info@salesharks.com

Thanks


chris1850 wrote:Hi Kayleigh

Please excuse this query from a not too savvy user!

I have received the email regarding tickets for Bristol and Quins. My pal and I are long standing ST holders in the West Stand. I think we are both 'members' also - we each paid £95 a year or so ago (was that for membership?). I have followed the link to the Ticketmaster e-ticketing site and I can see that in my account I have my pal in 'My Network'. Can you confirm that I dont need to do anything more to apply for 2 tickets on the 11th May for each match please

Apologies if the above question is very obvious!
Thanks Kayleigh
By Altishark2222
#29713
Hi Kayleigh - if we’re lucky enough to get tickets, what is the car parking position at the stadium? We purchased a car park season ticket for this season - can we use this?
By KayleighBaxter
#29721
hi AltiShark

Yes if you had a 20/21 parking permit you will be able to make use of it for these 2 fixtures.

Thanks

Kayleigh
By FarnhamShark
#29735
And yet another - you can tell we're getting excited about a return - will there be shuttle buses to and from the Trafford Centre?
By ShawShark
#29748
KayleighBaxter wrote:
Tue May 04, 2021 5:10 pm
Hi Farnham Shark,

Yes we will - all travel info can be found here: (website Covid Code of Conduct page) but yes the shuttles will be in operation.

Thanks

https://d2cx26qpfwuhvu.cloudfront.net/s ... onduct.pdf
Sorry there's lots of questions.

The code of conduct says that the shuttle buses must be booked in advance, if you are told the time of entry into the ground, will you have to book a time for the shuttle bus to arrive close to the allocated entry time?
By KayleighBaxter
#29755
Hi ShawShark - no, you need to pre-book the shuttle to allow us to pre-plan total number of buses (with social distancing etc) but they will be running from 2.5 hours before KO.

Thanks
By snaderson
#29756
Hi Kayleigh,

There are 3 of us, only 2 of whom are members (the other is a previous season ticket holder). Do we need to create a 'network' so we can get seats together? Do you have a link for the instructions for creating a network?

Thanks
By KayleighBaxter
#29769
Hi Snaderson,

Unfortunately you won't be able to purchase a ticket for your season ticket holder friend in the first release as that is exclusively for members. You'll need to purchase all 3 when season ticket holders can purchase to ensure they are all in the same area etc.

Thanks
By Altishark2222
#29857
Hi Kayleigh- do you know what time the tickets will go on sale on 11 May? Just trying to organise my day.
By ShawShark
#30036
KayleighBaxter wrote:
Wed May 05, 2021 2:15 pm
Hi Snaderson,

Unfortunately you won't be able to purchase a ticket for your season ticket holder friend in the first release as that is exclusively for members. You'll need to purchase all 3 when season ticket holders can purchase to ensure they are all in the same area etc.

Thanks
Kayleigh,
Are the standing areas going to be sold in zones? So as above, if 2 tickets are bought for standing on the 11th and if they are still available, the season ticket holder bought one on the 16th would they be able to stand together or does "waiting until the 3 season ticket holders can purchase to ensure they are all in the same area" only apply to seating?
By KayleighBaxter
#30050
Hi Shawshark,

The standing areas are being sold in blocks so it's likely that it could be facilitated but there is a possibility that if tickets sell out (and the areas are at capacity) then the tickets will be "in the south" for example but not in the same block of the south stand.

Thanks

Kayleigh,
Are the standing areas going to be sold in zones? So as above, if 2 tickets are bought for standing on the 11th and if they are still available, the season ticket holder bought one on the 16th would they be able to stand together or does "waiting until the 3 season ticket holders can purchase to ensure they are all in the same area" only apply to seating?[/quote]
By Bish54
#30078
I'm a little surprised by the cost for one game if I'm honest. Me and my two girls pay around £530 for our season tickets so £120 for the west stand for one game is a bit of a shock.

I understand times are very tough but feel a bit held to ransom.
By snaderson
#30101
Bish54 wrote:
Tue May 11, 2021 2:49 pm
I'm a little surprised by the cost for one game if I'm honest. Me and my two girls pay around £530 for our season tickets so £120 for the west stand for one game is a bit of a shock.

I understand times are very tough but feel a bit held to ransom.
I think that's more representative of the value of a season ticket, rather than the expense of a single ticket. I'm pretty sure these prices are similar to a single ticket at any time.
By ale shark
#30111
snaderson wrote:
Wed May 12, 2021 7:46 am
Bish54 wrote:
Tue May 11, 2021 2:49 pm
I'm a little surprised by the cost for one game if I'm honest. Me and my two girls pay around £530 for our season tickets so £120 for the west stand for one game is a bit of a shock.

I understand times are very tough but feel a bit held to ransom.
I think that's more representative of the value of a season ticket, rather than the expense of a single ticket. I'm pretty sure these prices are similar to a single ticket at any time.
How old are your daughters? They seem to have ditched the U11 tickets (for these games only?). £30 or £40 for a child is a bit steep but I guess they don't want kids in the West stand and there are cheaper options around the ground.
By Bish54
#30114
ale shark wrote:
Wed May 12, 2021 9:45 am
snaderson wrote:
Wed May 12, 2021 7:46 am
Bish54 wrote:
Tue May 11, 2021 2:49 pm
I'm a little surprised by the cost for one game if I'm honest. Me and my two girls pay around £530 for our season tickets so £120 for the west stand for one game is a bit of a shock.

I understand times are very tough but feel a bit held to ransom.
I think that's more representative of the value of a season ticket, rather than the expense of a single ticket. I'm pretty sure these prices are similar to a single ticket at any time.
How old are your daughters? They seem to have ditched the U11 tickets (for these games only?). £30 or £40 for a child is a bit steep but I guess they don't want kids in the West stand and there are cheaper options around the ground.
Maybe you're right RE: the single ticket. I hope it's not a sign of things to come.

They're 10 (tomorrow) and now 13. I knew that the 13 yo would cost me a little more next season and Sale does a great job with the U11's RE: the Friday night ticket exchange etc... Just seems to have been put aside here.

We have season tickets in the West Stand, the girls have made great friends around them, all adult season ticket holders. I've never really understood the push to get juniors to go elsewhere.

We may have to sit in the East for this one, they are so excited to be back, they can see their seats from the M60 whenever we drive past.
By Bish54
#30137
DaveAitch wrote:
Wed May 12, 2021 1:14 pm
Today's juniors are, potentially at least, tomorrow's seniors. Happy birthday for tomorrow Miss Bish.
So true Dave and they LOVE it. I wouldn't take them to a football match (but let's not get into that), they have learnt so much from rugby and learnt LOADS about it. The season ticket is outstanding value and they still talk about the BBQ in 2019.

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