Season Tickets & Car Parking back on sale

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Emm21
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Post by Emm21 »

Trying to active my season ticket account. All I get is error!
Is anyone else having the same problem?

Have you got through to this on the ‘new, complicated site’?

https://www.eticketing.co.uk/wiganwarriors/ From here you need to click on the little person icon in the top right hand corner tonsign in or register….. I think 🤔

Good luck 🤞🏼
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It would be nice for them to send out the season tickets/Penrith tickets that have already been purchased, never mind trying to sell more!
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Does the stadium or club own the carpark or is it run by a third party?

50 quid to park on a peice of land that is a right state is obscene.

Then again, I know people are raving we are now owned by a billionaire but rich people don't stay rich by being generous.
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I recently paid £5 to park at a National League football ground so I guess that £50 for 14(?) home games is probably not bad value in that context.
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It’s a £15 hike in price. Mgabe’s Zimbabwe would be proud of that sort of inflation
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ancientnloyal wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 7:05 pm It’s a £15 hike in price. Mgabe’s Zimbabwe would be proud of that sort of inflation
Come on. My electric/ gas /water /car insurance and household shopping has more or less doubled in last 12 months. And you spout political sh?t from another country as a example. get a grip its happening here.
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keptinthedarkfans wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 9:48 pm
ancientnloyal wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 7:05 pm It’s a £15 hike in price. Mgabe’s Zimbabwe would be proud of that sort of inflation
Come on. My electric/ gas /water /car insurance and household shopping has more or less doubled in last 12 months. And you spout political sh?t from another country as a example. get a grip its happening here.
That's a bit unexpectedly aggressive! :o
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Mike wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 10:07 pm
keptinthedarkfans wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 9:48 pm
ancientnloyal wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 7:05 pm It’s a £15 hike in price. Mgabe’s Zimbabwe would be proud of that sort of inflation
Come on. My electric/ gas /water /car insurance and household shopping has more or less doubled in last 12 months. And you spout political sh?t from another country as a example. get a grip its happening here.
That's a bit unexpectedly aggressive! :o
Sorry how ?
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keptinthedarkfans wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 9:48 pm
ancientnloyal wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 7:05 pm It’s a £15 hike in price. Mgabe’s Zimbabwe would be proud of that sort of inflation
Come on. My electric/ gas /water /car insurance and household shopping has more or less doubled in last 12 months. And you spout political sh?t from another country as a example. get a grip its happening here.
There are reasons for inflation in all those things you mention. I don’t think the provision of car parking at Wigan has been affected by the war in Ukraine etc.

There is a term for increasing prices hiding behind inflation, greedflation and this seems a perfect example to me.
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I received my email at weekend and am getting the ”error” message. Just rang the ticket office. Number 20 in queue with a 50 minutes wait. I’ve better things to do. It will have to wait. Good luck everyone.
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