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July 13, 2017, 04:53:27 PM
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Just a quick question about the Everton Membership Scheme. I know by joining it gives you "priority" access to tickets, but do you know how many tickets you can book? If I'm going to Goodison, I usually go with a friend or family member and it isn't much use if the scheme only allows you to book an individual ticket. I did check the official site, but it doesn't say anywhere in any of their FAQs.

Considering getting a membership to watch the pre-season games but £25 is a bit steep for not much return.

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July 13, 2017, 04:57:45 PM
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Just a quick question about the Everton Membership Scheme. I know by joining it gives you "priority" access to tickets, but do you know how many tickets you can book? If I'm going to Goodison, I usually go with a friend or family member and it isn't much use if the scheme only allows you to book an individual ticket. I did check the official site, but it doesn't say anywhere in any of their FAQs.

Considering getting a membership to watch the pre-season games but £25 is a bit steep for not much return.

The Everton website is shit, I couldn't even find information on what was included in a membership.
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July 13, 2017, 04:58:34 PM
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Just a quick question about the Everton Membership Scheme. I know by joining it gives you "priority" access to tickets, but do you know how many tickets you can book? If I'm going to Goodison, I usually go with a friend or family member and it isn't much use if the scheme only allows you to book an individual ticket. I did check the official site, but it doesn't say anywhere in any of their FAQs.

Considering getting a membership to watch the pre-season games but £25 is a bit steep for not much return.

You'd need to get your mates to join too, then you can book their tickets as well giving their customer number. So if 4 of you join one of you can go online with all your customer numbers and book 4 tickets together.

We've joined this year but it's becoming a waste of money as so many people are doing it so it's negated the benefit of being a member.
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July 13, 2017, 04:58:46 PM
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Here are all of the details which I could find

http://www.evertonfc.com/content/fans/official-membership

July 13, 2017, 05:00:10 PM
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You can buy one ticket per membership.
If you have linked accounts through the friends & family option then you can buy theirs at the same time. (But not in addition to them buying one)

July 13, 2017, 05:01:39 PM
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You'd need to get your mates to join too, then you can book their tickets as well giving their customer number. So if 4 of you join one of you can go online with all your customer numbers and book 4 tickets together.

We've joined this year but it's becoming a waste of money as so many people are doing it so it's negated the benefit of being a member.

Cheers, doesn't sound like this membership lark is worth it. Seems very much like chucking money at the club for very little. Before last season I used to get to 4-5 games a season with relatively little problem, doesn't look like I'll be making it to many games in the near future at least until we are in the new stadium :(


July 13, 2017, 05:07:59 PM
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Cheers, doesn't sound like this membership lark is worth it. Seems very much like chucking money at the club for very little. Before last season I used to get to 4-5 games a season with relatively little problem, doesn't look like I'll be making it to many games in the near future at least until we are in the new stadium :(

It's probably still worth doing it for the odd less glamorous league games, plus domestic and Europa games. For the big games it's not really a benefit as they've started putting and attendance clause on it much like they do for Wembley semis and finals.

July 13, 2017, 05:10:41 PM
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Cheers, doesn't sound like this membership lark is worth it. Seems very much like chucking money at the club for very little. Before last season I used to get to 4-5 games a season with relatively little problem, doesn't look like I'll be making it to many games in the near future at least until we are in the new stadium :(
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July 13, 2017, 05:12:25 PM
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It's probably still worth doing it for the odd less glamorous league games, plus domestic and Europa games. For the big games it's not really a benefit as they've started putting and attendance clause on it much like they do for Wembley semis and finals.

I understand it's what happens with the club being successful and all, but I begrudge paying £25 for the privilege of being allowed to buy tickets for Stoke at home. I mean the discounts that they put on restricted views are pretty laughable too. "This one is right behind a pillar so we'll give you £2 off." Anyway as I said before I guess it's a seller's market when you have a product that people want.

July 13, 2017, 05:13:10 PM
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There was heavy hints that it was going to be the only way to get on the season ticket waiting list for any that are released next summer.

July 13, 2017, 05:29:03 PM
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I have to agree that £50 per annum for two people just to have the option to obtain tickets in a poor part of the stadium against Stoke on a wet and windy Tuesday seems expensive (sorry that's the only weather i can think of when writing about Stoke).

If i was living in Liverpool, i would have loved to have had a season ticket, but as it happens, i live in the big smoke. Therefore, if i am heading up for a game, it might be for 1/2 games a season. The new stadium will allow fans like myself to get there for at least 1/2 matches a season, perhaps even with hospitality bolted on if it is for a special occasion etc.

This is also why we should be going for a 60,000 capacity, not 50, as that will not be enough once you sell 40k season tickets and 4k away fans. You are then only left with 6k, which to service the whole of the Everton fan base seems paltry.

The average amount of season tickets sold within a stadium for PL club seems to be around the 70% mark (with some very basic Google research), so if we sold 40k, the capacity we should be looking at is 57k.


July 13, 2017, 06:19:56 PM
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There was heavy hints that it was going to be the only way to get on the season ticket waiting list for any that are released next summer.
Yes that the main reason I joined as I heard that too, plus get to see the pre-season games .
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July 13, 2017, 06:37:26 PM
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It's too far to go, for me to have a season ticket. What with the cost of transport and everything else. The pre- season games is my reason to sign up. I would think there will be other promotions and cost reductions on other products they promote though. If membership is popular, they will want to give it some sort of foundation for it to remain so. After all, it's like them selling tickets for extra game, if enough take it up. :)
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July 13, 2017, 06:53:15 PM
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I was just looking at that now, £4 for the game today, £10 for all 3 or free if you pay £25 for a Membership.... Think it's gonna be hard getting tickets this year (I'm ex season ticket holder) but can't get to most games so for £15 extra even if it's a few games it's worth it.

July 13, 2017, 06:57:21 PM
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I was looking at the package for the pre season matches, but because. I am in Abu Dhabi I'm not sure if they will be shown here. Lots of stuff is blocked in the UAE.