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PostSubject: The rearranged date for Portsmouth game   The rearranged date for Portsmouth game EmptyWed Sep 01, 2021 4:37 pm

The Greens’ rearranged Sky Bet League One trip to Portsmouth will now take place on Tuesday, 21 September, with a 7.45pm kick-off.

The fixture was initially slated to occur on the weekend of 4 September, before being rearranged to the following Monday for live Sky Sports coverage.

However, due to international call-ups, the fixture was postponed.

The club is awaiting confirmation of ticketing details ahead of the fixture, and will update supporters at the earliest possible opportunity.

We are, however, delighted to confirm that the clash with Pompey will be available to stream live, and worldwide, on Argyle TV – and match passes are already available to purchase.
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PostSubject: Re: The rearranged date for Portsmouth game   The rearranged date for Portsmouth game EmptyFri Sep 03, 2021 11:31 am

Tickets for the rearranged Sky Bet League One trip to Fratton Park to take on Portsmouth will go on sale to season ticket holders at 9.30am on Monday, 6 September.

Season ticket holders can redeem one ticket per season ticket held during the initial priority window. Tickets will go on sale to Big Green Lottery members and Flexi ticket holders from Thursday, 9 September, at 9.30am.

Any remaining tickets will be placed on general sale on Monday, 13 September 9.30am.

All tickets issued will carry the date of the previous, postponed fixture. Fratton Park is now a cashless stadium, please be aware of this for any kiosk purchases.

Wheelchair tickets are available from the Portsmouth Ticket Office on 0345 646 1898. These spaces are within the HOME wheelchair section in front of the Fratton End. Please do NOT travel if you have not bought tickets in advance for the wheelchair bays.

Postal delivery can be arranged for tickets. However, please note that if your tickets have not arrived by Saturday, 18 September, supporters will either need to call or email the Home Park Ticket Office by 1pm on Monday, 20 September to arrange duplicates. After this deadline, we cannot guarantee that duplicates will be issued.

The Home Park Ticket Office will be open from 9am-3pm on Saturday, 18 September and from 9am on Monday, 20 September to process these requests.

Please note that, due to the above information, refunds or credits will not be available on requests that are unable to be processed.

Ticket prices for reserved seating in the Milton End

Adult £24
Over-65 £18
Young Person (18-22) £16
Under-18 £7
Ambulant Adult £16
Personal Assistant FREE
The Miles Away Travel Club Coaches will depart from outside of the Devonport End at 12.15pm. Prices are as follows:

Miles Away Adult £25
Miles Away Junior £23
Non-Member £30
Tickets can be purchased by visiting argyletickets.com, calling 01752 907700, or in person at the Home Park Ticket Office. For ticketing queries, please email [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.].

We are awaiting receipt of tickets for the upcoming trip to AFC Wimbledon, and will make these available to supporters as soon as possible.
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PostSubject: Re: The rearranged date for Portsmouth game   The rearranged date for Portsmouth game EmptySun Sep 05, 2021 5:15 am

Wonder what percentage of the fee for Argyle Live goes to the home team.
For Pompey you'd expect a huge following (and probably still will be) but obviously Pompey will certainly dip out on match ticket sales if people choose to stay at home and watch instead
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PostSubject: Re: The rearranged date for Portsmouth game   The rearranged date for Portsmouth game EmptySun Sep 05, 2021 5:38 am

harvetheslayer wrote:
Wonder what percentage of the fee for Argyle Live goes to the home team.
For Pompey you'd expect a huge following (and probably still will be) but obviously Pompey will certainly dip out on match ticket sales if people choose to stay at home and watch instead

But the redevelopment has reduced the capacity down to around 14,000 for home fans. Their season tickets do not cover our game, individual match tickets will need to be bought. or use one of their flexi-season tickets.
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PostSubject: Re: The rearranged date for Portsmouth game   The rearranged date for Portsmouth game EmptySun Sep 05, 2021 8:23 am

Tgwu wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
Wonder what percentage of the fee for Argyle Live goes to the home team.
For Pompey you'd expect a huge following (and probably still will be) but obviously Pompey will certainly dip out on match ticket sales if people choose to stay at home and watch instead

But the redevelopment has reduced the capacity down to around 14,000 for home fans. Their season tickets do not cover our game, individual match tickets will need to be bought. or use one of their flexi-season tickets.

No you misunderstand TG
I'm asking what (if any) of the revenue that Argyle get from our new streaming service will be channelled back to Pompeys coffers to "possibly" compensate for the Fratton club selling less match day tickets
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PostSubject: Re: The rearranged date for Portsmouth game   The rearranged date for Portsmouth game EmptySun Sep 05, 2021 9:48 am

harvetheslayer wrote:
Tgwu wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
Wonder what percentage of the fee for Argyle Live goes to the home team.
For Pompey you'd expect a huge following (and probably still will be) but obviously Pompey will certainly dip out on match ticket sales if people choose to stay at home and watch instead

But the redevelopment has reduced the capacity down to around 14,000 for home fans. Their season tickets do not cover our game, individual match tickets will need to be bought. or use one of their flexi-season tickets.

No you misunderstand TG
I'm asking what (if any) of the revenue that Argyle get from our new streaming service will be channelled back to Pompeys coffers to "possibly" compensate for the Fratton club selling less match day tickets

I think the away fans area will be quite small, max away fans I seen this season was 306 and that was Crewe
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