Season Ticket Refund...

Started by shinglis, May 24, 2020, 17:28:57

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Voice of reason posted this on Twitter :
QuoteAyr to offer season ticket holders partial refunds for home games missed in the 19/20 campaign.

I think this is a really good gesture and shows appreciation of the fans but I would like to think most season ticket holders will not actually claim the refund, but no disrespect to those who wish to claim.


Do some deal with Calvin Ayre, if you donate the refund money to Au500 he doubles it up?

Alternatively provide a couple of local charities who you can pass the refund to.


A few days left if you wish to apply for the season ticket refund.

QuoteScottish football has continued to try and navigate around what has become an incredibly difficult set of circumstances for everyone in recent times. Uncertainty and change are inevitable and Ayr United have tried to steer our way through the issues with an empathy to everyone involved but there is no ideal answer to the issues facing us all.  The assistance and goodwill from our fans to help the club has been incredible and we would like to thank everyone for their efforts. It has been very much appreciated and a timely reminder of how committed we all are to the future of this great club.

Whilst we face the biggest challenge in the clubs history, we are intent to do the right thing to our staff, players, fans and wider footballing circle. With this in mind, we are all in this together and are offering to make partial refunds available to all 2019/20 season ticket holders as follows:-

ADULT – £260 – PER GAME £13.33 – 4 GAMES £53.32

CONCESSION – £160 – PER GAME £8.88 – 4 GAMES £35.55
UNDER 18 – £55 – PER GAME £3.05 – 4 GAMES £12.22

PANDA PALS – £20 – PER GAME £1.11 – 4 GAMES £4.44

Refunds should be applied for by Friday the 5th June 2020 by emailing with BACS  and season ticket details. With a vastly reduced staff please bear with us as we process any claims.

Ayr United are no different to every other club and cash flow is a major concern going forward. The total amount of refund following the above would be in the region of  £30000  so anyone not taking it up would greatly assist the club in the coming weeks and months.

We hope that we have some positive news soon about getting back to Somerset Park but in the meantime please everyone stay safe and can't wait to see you all soon.


Only 13 fans took up the offer, costing £570  which means the club saved £30,000 potential refunds.


Notice that Dunfermline are boasting that no fans took up the offer.