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PostSubject: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyTue 6 Aug - 8:14:13

TICKETS for Argyle’s trip to Newport County in Sky Bet League Two will go on general sale from 9.15am on Thursday, August 8. Priority 1 tickets will available from 9.15am on Thursday, August 1 and Priority 2 tickets from 9.15am on Monday, August 5.

The Pilgrims visit Rodney Parade on Saturday, August 17, our first league visit to Newport since a 3-1 victory in October 2016, when Graham Carey scored two penalties and Jordan Slew was also on target.
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyWed 7 Aug - 20:07:06

Tickets for our away clash with Newport County go onto general sale at 9.15am tomorrow morning. There are only about 100 tickets remaining so please be quick!
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyWed 7 Aug - 20:09:16

Shaved heads order of the day.
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyWed 7 Aug - 20:12:53

splitting train tickets, quote today for an open return was 85 quid FFS, are the rail companies owned by the rothchilds?
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyWed 7 Aug - 21:03:34

Train splits are

Plymouth-Taunton £20-30  (£13-40 railcard/group save)
Taunton-Bristol £14-20 (£9-40)

Bristol-Newport £12-60 (£8-40)

Anyone wanting to do a groupsave will have to get a GWR train to Taunton and the local stopping train from Taunton to Newport opposed to getting the train straight to Bristol and changing there.
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyWed 7 Aug - 21:22:14

About 97 remaining now on Argyle twitter
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyWed 7 Aug - 21:24:43

Tgwu wrote:
About 97 remaining now on Argyle twitter

Wankspasm will be on the farm on Friday night asking if it's POTD then laugh
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyWed 7 Aug - 21:35:17

Bob Crow wrote:
Tgwu wrote:
About 97 remaining now on Argyle twitter

Wankspasm will be on the farm on Friday night asking if it's POTD then laugh


It will be if you are a Newport fan cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyThu 8 Aug - 9:09:03

Bob Crow wrote:
Tgwu wrote:
About 97 remaining now on Argyle twitter

Wankspasm will be on the farm on Friday night asking if it's POTD then laugh

I doubt it Wankspasm doesn't travel further than Exeter.
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyThu 8 Aug - 9:34:41

Hugh Watt wrote:
Bob Crow wrote:
Tgwu wrote:
About 97 remaining now on Argyle twitter

Wankspasm will be on the farm on Friday night asking if it's POTD then laugh

I doubt it Wankspasm doesn't travel further than Exeter.

He's not under the thumb anymore is he? But he's having to sell the contents of his old bat cave to finance his divorce.
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyThu 8 Aug - 10:08:46

WE have sold out our allocation of away tickets for the upcoming Sky Bet League Two clash with Newport County at Rodney Parade.

Our allocation of 1,037 tickets for the trip to South Wales have been completely snapped up as of this morning, and we have been advised by Newport that there will be no more tickets available for away supporters.

Sydney May of AFC has just got one for the home end tel 01633 415376
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptySun 11 Aug - 22:21:21

Newport Club News

TICKET UPDATE | Plymouth Argyle

Tickets for Plymouth clash taken off online sale

Tickets for the Exiles' next home match of the season have been taken off online sale based on safety advice.

This measure has been taken as Plymouth Argyle have sold their entire away allocation for this match.

Match tickets will be available to purchase via our Rodney Parade Ticket Office, by visiting our Kingsway Club Shop ahead of matchday, or by telephone ahead of kick-off by calling (01633) 415374.
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyMon 12 Aug - 6:27:09

Newport's Average home league attendance 3,409 Lowest home attendance 962 v Plymouth Argyle (13 November 2018), EFL Trophy, Highest home attendance 9,680 v Manchester City (16 February 2019), FA Cup, Last home match Attendance: 4,441 (493 Mansfield) Newport County fc ground capacity. 7,850
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyThu 15 Aug - 18:41:58

SUPPORTERS travelling to Rodney Parade for our Sky Bet League Two clash with Newport County on Saturday are advised to leave a little earlier than planned.



This is due to the autumn international series rugby match between Wales and England, taking place in Cardiff with a 2:15pm kick-off.

While Cardiff is the best part of 20 miles from Newport, where Argyle are playing, it is likely that there will be significant congestion on the M4, which is the main arterial route from the Severn Bridge to Cardiff – passing Newport on the way.

With this in mind, we are also advising supporters who are travelling on our official supporters’ coaches that we have moved the departure time forward from the originally stated 10am to 9:30am.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause, but our priority with this service is to ensure that the Green Army arrive in ample time for kick-off.
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyThu 15 Aug - 18:54:12

Newport County have supplied the below information for Argyle supporters attending Saturday’s game at Rodney Parade in Sky Bet League Two.

SUPPORTERS’ PARKING – There is no on-site parking for supporters. For supporters traveling by private Car, the use of Junction 25A from the M4 Motorway will take them to the City Centre Car Parks (which are signposted). From here it is a short walk across the Millennium River Bridge to the ground. This will avoid the building-works. The Newport Rail and Bus Stations are just a short walk from the ground for supporters.

AWAY STANDS - Away Supporters are initially accommodated within the Bisley Stand (Covered Seating) with excess demand accommodated within the South Stand (Uncovered Seating). All supporters will gain access via Gate 6.

RODNEYS BAR – As a stadium, we have continually invested to improve the match day experience for all supporters. As a result, we have opened Rodneys Bar (Full Bar, TV Screens, Sky sports etc).

SUPPORTER LIASON – As a stadium, we are happy to proactively engage with away supporters and Supporters Clubs to assist with any match-day requests. Where possible, the stadium has ensured early opening of the away enclosure at the request of supporters.

FLAGS, BANNER & DRUMS – Any Supporters wishing to bring large flags, banners and drums are encouraged to contact the stadium in advance of the fixture. This will ensure that any requests are accommodated to the best of our ability. Supporters wishing to bring flags into the ground that exceed any of the following, will require prior agreement from the stadium. • Larger than 250cm in size at widest or largest point. • Flag has a pole connected that is bigger than 1m or 1cm in diameter. • Supporter wishes to connect flag to seating.

AWAY BARS – There are a number of bars and restaurants within the city centre for the use of supporters. In addition, the stadium is aware of the Ye Olde Bull Inn in Caerleon, which is happy to accommodate football supporters that are arriving early. Address: 11A High Street, Caerleon. Newport. NP18 1AE Caerleon is approximately three miles from the Stadium. Website:
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyFri 16 Aug - 18:15:35

Newport expect a big crowd tomorrow

The Newport boss is hoping for an attendance of around 6,000 and he expects the atmosphere to be red hot, despite the forecast wet weather.
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyFri 16 Aug - 18:23:23

Could the match be in doubt if this weather continues? Their pitch was always a pig for waterlogging.
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyFri 16 Aug - 19:00:00

Les Miserable wrote:
Could the match be in doubt if this weather continues?  Their pitch was always a pig for waterlogging.

They had a brand new pitch last year.
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyFri 16 Aug - 19:08:05

Also if it hasn't been mentioned elsewhere, all bars and catering units inside Rodney Parade are contactless only. No cash.
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyFri 16 Aug - 20:03:09

Bob Crow wrote:
Also if it hasn't been mentioned elsewhere, all bars and catering units inside Rodney Parade are contactless only. No cash.

Does "contactless" also mean no swiping or inserting of credit cards?
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyFri 16 Aug - 22:43:46

Rickler wrote:
Bob Crow wrote:
Also if it hasn't been mentioned elsewhere, all bars and catering units inside Rodney Parade are contactless only. No cash.

Does "contactless" also mean no swiping or inserting of credit cards?

Don't actually know. Pretty sure all UK issued cards are now contactless anyhow, even my 14 year old daughters.

Might be problematic for some non UK issued cards that are not, specifically American cards as you obviously know which were very late in introducing contactless.

Natwest sent me a new debit card a few month's that was totally flat, I'm told the logic behind it is to make the card more durable and readable, but I'm told these type of cards are not welcome by some merchants in The US due to the fact a lot of merchants still process foreign cards with carbon imprints, which is obviously impossible on these cards (which are now standard issue across Natwest/RBS group)
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyFri 16 Aug - 23:00:57

As contactless transaction only goes to 30quod wouldn't cover a half time round so machines should take insert with PIN number. Thinking about it pretty sure you're supposed to have the option to request PIN confirmation
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptyFri 16 Aug - 23:03:28

green_genie wrote:
As contactless transaction only goes to 30quod wouldn't cover a half time round so machines should take insert with PIN number. Thinking about it pretty sure you're supposed to have the option to request PIN confirmation

Unless they limit it to 4 drinks per person per visit like a lot of grounds do to keep queues down.

Kind of defeats the object if standard card transactions are also accepted as it takes the same time as it does to take a cash payment so they might as well just take cash.

I know not with the physical card but my Barclaycard app let's me do contactless upto £150 I think.
I know Natwest are starting to roll out biometric cards too that store your fingerprint and also allow contactless upto £150 without a pin.
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptySat 17 Aug - 0:19:53

Bob Crow wrote:
Rickler wrote:
Bob Crow wrote:
Also if it hasn't been mentioned elsewhere, all bars and catering units inside Rodney Parade are contactless only. No cash.

Does "contactless" also mean no swiping or inserting of credit cards?

Don't actually know. Pretty sure all UK issued cards are now contactless anyhow, even my 14 year old daughters.

Might be problematic for some non UK issued cards that are not, specifically American cards as you obviously know which were very late in introducing contactless.

Natwest sent me a new debit card a few month's that was totally flat, I'm told the logic behind it is to make the card more durable and readable, but I'm told these type of cards are not welcome by some merchants in The US due to the fact a lot of merchants still process foreign cards with carbon imprints, which is obviously impossible on these cards (which are now standard issue across Natwest/RBS group)

You're right..  I've never seen 'contactless' used here in the states.  I don't even know if they have the machines.  My latest Amex card is 'contactless' capable, but my visa isn't.  The Amex card is also flat, a lot thicker, and twice as heavy as its previous model.

No question 'contactless' is good, but you should always be able to use cash also. It should be illegal not to take it - 'Contactless' discriminates against the poor, and those with bad credit who maybe can't get a credit card.

PS. I haven't seen anyone do a 'carbon imprint' in donkeys years. I can't remember when.
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PostSubject: Re: Newport away tick news   Newport away tick news EmptySat 17 Aug - 0:51:57

Rickler wrote:
Bob Crow wrote:
Rickler wrote:
Bob Crow wrote:
Also if it hasn't been mentioned elsewhere, all bars and catering units inside Rodney Parade are contactless only. No cash.

Does "contactless" also mean no swiping or inserting of credit cards?

Don't actually know. Pretty sure all UK issued cards are now contactless anyhow, even my 14 year old daughters.

Might be problematic for some non UK issued cards that are not, specifically American cards as you obviously know which were very late in introducing contactless.

Natwest sent me a new debit card a few month's that was totally flat, I'm told the logic behind it is to make the card more durable and readable, but I'm told these type of cards are not welcome by some merchants in The US due to the fact a lot of merchants still process foreign cards with carbon imprints, which is obviously impossible on these cards (which are now standard issue across Natwest/RBS group)

You're right..  I've never seen 'contactless' used here in the states.  I don't even know if they have the machines.  My latest Amex card is 'contactless' capable, but my visa isn't.  The Amex card is also flat, a lot thicker, and twice as heavy as its previous model.

No question 'contactless' is good, but you should always be able to use cash also. It should be illegal not to take it - 'Contactless' discriminates against the poor, and those with bad credit who maybe can't get a credit card.

PS.  I haven't seen anyone do a 'carbon imprint' in donkeys years.  I can't remember when.

I don't think people with poor credit is a barrier to them having a contactless card, my daughter who's 14 has one. Just under 18s and those with poor credit and basic accounts will only have an full online card opposed to the offline card. The cards look identical with the only visible differences bring the BIN number, for instance Natwest cards start 4751 and the next two digits are 28 for the online full authority card that will only authorize a transaction after it's been checked against the balance and the funds have been ring fenced. The offline card is 4751 29 and doesn't need authorization so a transaction will be honoured and the funds not taken until the merchant draws the funds.
When contactless first come out, yes it was only available on offline cards but that's no longer the case.
The Johannesburg Rea Veya rapid bus and Gautrain goldcards (similar to oyster cards) use to double as a prepaid contactless Mastercard and mine also worked fine here until it expired last year. I know when Plymouth Citybus started contactless a couple years ago, they were given out free Barclays contactless prepay keyfobs to appeal to anyone without a contactless card which they could top up via an app.
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