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Old 02.12.2016, 07:39 AM
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Wonder how flexible the renewals will be. I really like our Wembley seats and would want to keep those, but move the Twickenham ones to the lower tier.
Not like the view in the upper tier? I thought it was ten times better than the Wembley 3rd tier.
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Old 02.12.2016, 09:11 AM
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Wonder how flexible the renewals will be. I really like our Wembley seats and would want to keep those, but move the Twickenham ones to the lower tier.
I am also hoping for this as somehow managed to get tickets at Twickenham, one behind the other instead of next to each other!!!
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Old 02.12.2016, 08:35 PM
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Not like the view in the upper tier? I thought it was ten times better than the Wembley 3rd tier.
I didn't actually go to Twickenham as we pool our season tickets and I preferred Wembley. But they were sideline and kind of stuck in the corner, not the best view. Whereas at Wembley we are behind the goal and row 16 and you feel the atmosphere more down there.
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Can someone explain how the season ticket works?

I'm interested in doing this for the next set of games, how does it work seating wise if its split between Twickenham and Wembley? and how much was they last season.

Sorry very new to this!
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Old 08.12.2016, 10:12 AM
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You pick your Wembley seats which will be the same for any games played there (and you will have first option on them when renewing) and you will pick seats for Twickenham, which we assume will have the same arrangement as mentioned above for Wembley.

There are no restrictions for price bands, so you could choose the priciest tickets at Twickenham but match them with the cheapest at Wembley. The pricebands were surprisingly different structures last year.

Each seat has around a 20% discount on single ticket prices when bought as part of the season ticket.
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Old 08.12.2016, 09:49 PM
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Last year I ordered all my tickets on 3rd December my wembley tickets were £88 each and my Twickenham tickets were £119 each
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Old 09.12.2016, 12:28 AM
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Tickets for Wembley games with ~20% discount as part of a ST have started at £32 for upper tier behind the endzone. Mine and my mates in the upper tier corner have been £36.
Lower tier sideline around the halfway line have been ~£120+ (might be wrong with hat figure though).
So about £100 price range depending on where you sit.
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Old 09.12.2016, 10:06 AM
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Hey guys, just a quick question regarding season tickets: how does it work in a group? Does one person have to buy for the group, or can you tie multiple tickets together so you're say together and pay separately?
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Old 09.12.2016, 02:06 PM
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Announcement email just turned up and existing season ticket holders can renew from 10am Thursday 15th December with further emails to come over the weekend.
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