Mayo - 2017 Season Ticket

Season tickets from the MAyo v Donegal game were updated at around 9 last night. 1st time ever (apart from Croke Park match's) that they've been updated so quick!

MayoClub51 (Mayo) - Posts:155 - 03/04/2017 12:52:07   1974757

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Connacht GAA Senior Football Championship: Galway v Mayo June 11th 2017

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PLEASE READ EMAIL IN FULL

A Chara,

Your County will once again take to the field in the GAA Championship on June 11th at Pearse Stadium, Galway. "Pay & Play" is in operation for this fixture so please ensure that the credit / debit card details on your account are up to date so that payment can be processed.

PAY & PLAY

We will be processing payments on Friday June 2nd. The pricing is as follows:

Adult - €20 (€5 discount included)

Juvenile (U16) - €5

Please note that your Season Ticket will not be valid for this fixture if the payment cannot be processed.

Reserved Seating is in operation and you will be required to print off your match ticket(s) once payment has been processed.

MayoClub51 (Mayo) - Posts:155 - 31/05/2017 15:32:14   1992691

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Season tickets allocated to accounts at 11 this morning.

MayoClub51 (Mayo) - Posts:155 - 02/06/2017 21:45:12   1993724

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Season ticket holders will need to print your tickets for the match on Sunday. Season ticket cards will not be accepted on the turnstiles.
Some match day info:
http://mayoclub51.com/galway-v-mayo-2017-connacht-championship-semi-final/

MayoClub51 (Mayo) - Posts:155 - 09/06/2017 21:57:15   1997455

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Season ticket holders will just need their cards for the match against Derry on Saturday evening. Usual self scanning from stiles 1 to 8 and its unallocated seating.

MayoClub51 (Mayo) - Posts:155 - 28/06/2017 22:30:26   2007158

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GAA Football All Ireland Senior Championship Qualifiers, Round 3A - July 8th 2017 - "Pay & Play"

ST Account:

A Chara,

Your County will once again take to the field in the GAA Championship on Saturday July 8th. "Pay & Play" is in operation for this fixture so please ensure that the credit / debit card details on your account are up to date so that payment can be processed.

Clare v Mayo - 5.00pm - Cusack Park, Ennis.

Meath v Donegal - 6.00pm - Pairc Tailteann

PAY & PLAY

We will be processing payments on Wednesday July 5th. The pricing is as follows:

Adult - €15 (€5 discount included)

Juvenile (U16) - €5

Please note that your Season Ticket will not be valid for this fixture if the payment cannot be processed.

Once payments have been processed you will simply be required to present your GAA Season Ticket card at the designated turnstiles on the day. Unreserved seating will be in operation. Stand seating will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

To update your card details please click here to log into your Account.

Click HERE for a simple User Guide on managing credit/debit cards in your Season Ticket Account.

OPT-OUT

If you wish to use your "Opt Out" for this fixture this must also be done via your Season Ticket account.

The "Opt Out" option is non-reversible and is available until 10.00am on Wednesday July 5th

Details on how to complete this are available HERE

Le meas,

GAA Ticket Office

MayoClub51 (Mayo) - Posts:155 - 03/07/2017 22:58:55   2010043

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Season tickets from the match in Ennis have now been updated.

MayoClub51 (Mayo) - Posts:155 - 10/07/2017 16:35:56   2014263

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I know thoughts have now moved on to Limerick, but just wondering if anyone had problems with their tickets scanning for the Derry game - feels like a long time ago now but it was just over a week.
Self service scanning was supposed to be in operation, but 4 of us went through the same gate and a stewart scanned our tickets with a hand held scanner and only 1 of the 4 is registered as attending.

youneverknow (Mayo) - Posts:6 - 10/07/2017 22:04:49   2014545

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GAA Football All Ireland Senior Championship Qualifiers, Round 4A - July 22nd 2017

ST Account:

A Chara,

Your County will once again take to the field in the GAA Championship on Saturday July 22nd. "Pay & Play" is in operation for this fixture so please ensure that the credit / debit card details on your account are up to date so that payment can be processed.

Cork v Mayo - 5.00pm - Gaelic Grounds, Limerick

Season Ticket Holders will be seated in the Mackey Stand and unreserved seating will be in operation on the day.

PAY & PLAY

We will be processing payments on Monday July 17th. The pricing is as follows:

Adult - €15 (€5 discount included)

Juvenile (U16) - €5

Please note that your Season Ticket will not be valid for this fixture if the payment cannot be processed.

Once payments have been processed you will simply be required to present your GAA Season Ticket card at the designated turnstiles on the day. Unreserved seating will be in operation. Stand seating will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

To update your card details please click here to log into your Account.

Click HERE for a simple User Guide on managing credit/debit cards in your Season Ticket Account.

OPT-OUT

If you wish to use your "Opt Out" for this fixture this must also be done via your Season Ticket account.

The "Opt Out" option is non-reversible and is available until midnight on Sunday July 16th

Details on how to complete this are available HERE

Le meas,

GAA Ticket Office

MayoClub51 (Mayo) - Posts:155 - 14/07/2017 11:41:41   2016452

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Season tickets allocated now for Sunday.

MayoClub51 (Mayo) - Posts:155 - 26/07/2017 13:15:44   2023835

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Season ticket holders got their seats allocated this morning. Got section 307 myself, mighty stuff!!!!!! Sent them an e-mail after lunch wondering where the seats were and just after seeing their reply now.

Always_Mayo (Mayo) - Posts:21 - 01/09/2017 17:47:43   2041667

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Tickets arrived this morning. 307, not bad

mayo.mick (Mayo) - Posts:581 - 08/09/2017 18:40:33   2044262

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308, happy enough

unclegerry (Mayo) - Posts:1138 - 11/09/2017 09:34:29   2044802

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why do the season ticket holders that all get the same e mail notifications on tickets etc feel the need to come on here and have a discussion about what section/updates they get or even have a thread on here?

Am I the only one that's sick of it ... set up a whatsapp group and chat away lads ;)

Hunter077 (Roscommon) - Posts:24 - 11/09/2017 09:53:26   2044810

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Replying To Hunter077:  "why do the season ticket holders that all get the same e mail notifications on tickets etc feel the need to come on here and have a discussion about what section/updates they get or even have a thread on here?

Am I the only one that's sick of it ... set up a whatsapp group and chat away lads ;)"
Almost as bad as a Roscommon fan coming onto a Mayo forum to give out about that fact ;)

yew_tree (Mayo) - Posts:8688 - 11/09/2017 11:36:29   2044872

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Replying To Hunter077:  "why do the season ticket holders that all get the same e mail notifications on tickets etc feel the need to come on here and have a discussion about what section/updates they get or even have a thread on here?

Am I the only one that's sick of it ... set up a whatsapp group and chat away lads ;)"
I would imagine that people like to see where others are sitting because it seems that there can be quite a difference between sections season ticket holders are allocated. For example some in 301 may not be happy with that and might like to see if it is just them being shunted into the corner or season ticket holders in general. What business is it of yours anyway? You do realise you don't have to open the thread, let alone actually go to the bother of commenting on it?

For the record I'm in 309.

the_walls (Mayo) - Posts:236 - 11/09/2017 12:01:08   2044887

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Replying To Hunter077:  "why do the season ticket holders that all get the same e mail notifications on tickets etc feel the need to come on here and have a discussion about what section/updates they get or even have a thread on here?

Am I the only one that's sick of it ... set up a whatsapp group and chat away lads ;)"
It will never bother you anyway if you're a roscommon season ticket holder as to what section you would be seated in on All-ireland final day, so I don't understand why you would have a problem with Mayo supporters being annoyed with being sent to 301 or 312 when others are in 304 305.

pray4sam (Mayo) - Posts:90 - 11/09/2017 13:15:51   2044914

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The real issue is seating arrangements, season ticket holders were told from day 1 that you if your county plays in Croke Park you will be seated in the same seat with the same people sitting around you for every game, now as we all know we are moved around like a game of chess for every game and for some reason for every final you are moved further away from middle towards the 2 ends, for example I was sitting around the 45m line line on the canal end for every game in Croke Park but for the final I was sitting directly on the 13m line and spent a lot of the game watching the big screen, can't see how people are moved around so often, if you look at each section it is split in 4 or 6 squares, along the side line you have fans from both counties maybe 50 or more sitting together, behind them is the opposition and their own county people behind them either on their left or right, now for the final the areas where Kerry and Tyrone fans were sitting are now vacant why can't the fans that are sitting in that section all year fill those spots instead of being moved towards the ends of the ground

riverboys (Mayo) - Posts:1097 - 11/09/2017 22:20:50   2045089

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Always whining about something be happy you get a ticket and enjoy the game .....

Hunter077 (Roscommon) - Posts:24 - 12/09/2017 14:34:25   2045264

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