Glasgow Rangers fans were far from happy with the waiting time on their ticket website as they looked to get themselves a seat for the opening game of the Premiership season at Ibrox.
The Gers enjoyed a fantastic campaign last term as they won the Premiership for the first time in 10 years without losing a single game in the competition (thefishy.co.uk) and also reached the Europa League round of 16. Unfortunately, the Gers supporters were unable to watch the side perform at Ibrox or elsewhere throughout the season due to the pandemic.
For the season opener against Livingston, 23,000 fans will be allowed to enter the stadium for the clash (The Herald) – a step in the right direction. However, it appears the Gers fans were not too happy with the wait as they looked to get a ticket – some were having to stay in the queue for at least 45. Overall, the process seems to be a problem.
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Fan Peter Kelman shared his struggles on Twitter, and it attracted plenty of attention from the Gers supporters. They took to the social media platform to share their thoughts.
Let’s see what the fans had to say about the troubles below
“What buy you click on? I clicked buy tickets, it went to season tickets”
“Mines just went from less than 45 to less than an hour. How’s that work out?”
“It’s a farce”
“This is how long I’ve been waiting, brutal.”
“You were lucky….and then to log in and play the guessing game… Must try harder !! Come on Rangers !”
“45mins! What a joke… Really think the club should build a ticketing site that can handle the traffic.”
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