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https://kilmarnockfc.co.uk/news/membership-database-active-for-rangers-game/

 

Tickets are now on sale for Killie fans for next week’s home Premiership clash v Rangers (Wednesday, February 12).

Our Membership Database is now active, which will allow registered fans and current season ticket holders the option to buy additional tickets for home matches against Rangers and Celtic matches online*.

You will receive an email from TicketCo with your membership number and a unique password which can be used to access the portal to purchase these tickets.

Tickets are priced:

  • £27 adults
  • £19 concession (Over 65s, U21 and students)
  • £10 U16s

If you have not received this information and wish to make a purchase online, you can visit the ticket office (open 9am-5pm, Mon-Fri) , email the team on tickets@kilmarnockfc.co.uk or call us on 01563 545311.

* Please note, there is a limit on how many tickets you will be able to purchase online and all sales are monitored closely to restrict infiltration.

Your login information should not be passed to anyone else and doing so may result in being removed from the system.

On matchday, the Ticket Office will open from 12.30pm with matchday sales stopping at 6pm. From 6–8.15pm,  the Ticket Office will remain open for collections and enquiries.

If you purchase in person then you will be required to fill in a form (including name, address and full contact details).

All away ticket enquiries should be directed to Rangers FC.

We are anticipating that this match will be busy and to ensure nobody misses a second of the action, we’re asking all supporters to arrive in plenty of time.

To help with this, our turnstiles will be opened at the earlier time of 6.30pm ahead of the 7.45pm kick off with two additional turnstiles open for visiting fans in the Chadwick Stand.

Kilmarnock FC 2019/20 Season Tickets are valid for all three home stands (East Stand, Moffat Stand and Frank Beattie Stand) for this game and all home Premiership matches.

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4 minutes ago, Squirrelhumper said:

That said, tickets bought from ticket office should only be for folk on the database too.

Totally agree, if not, the 'infiltration' will probably remain an issue.

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Just now, killie billies pal said:

No negatives from this fella, excellent news and at last we are picking up on fan interaction from previous last game of season issues (not last season btw)

Only negative is that any hun can walk into the shop in the day of the game and buy a ticket no questions asked.

Defeats the purpose of making online sales hard.

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1 minute ago, Squirrelhumper said:

Only negative is that any hun can walk into the shop in the day of the game and buy a ticket no questions asked.

Defeats the purpose of making online sales hard.

Again mate, last season there were so many Killie fans in the ground that you could tell the huns by the uncomfortable look on their faces, that is the one surefire way to get rid of the problem, a few good results pre split and we could be fine again..............starting with Wednesday.

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10 minutes ago, killie billies pal said:

Again mate, last season there were so many Killie fans in the ground that you could tell the huns by the uncomfortable look on their faces, that is the one surefire way to get rid of the problem, a few good results pre split and we could be fine again..............starting with Wednesday.

Aye that was a massive game for us and a dead rubber for them which is a rarity.

We need to get this right. Half measures will just be pointless IMO.

 

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57 minutes ago, Souleycouley93 said:

We will hand Celtic the title next Wednesday by beating them. 

No wel will get into the top six when we beat them, who the f**k cares about the other cheek.

Ideal saturday is for both the f**kers to lose and get 10 men sent off.  Absolute vermin the pair of them.

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It’s a big step forward. Much easier for the casual fan or those not handy for the shop to get tickets. Allows season ticket holders to take people along. Now the task will to build the base as much as possible. 

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59 minutes ago, Andy said:

Am I missing something (probably) what prevents anyone joining the database, there appears no fee involved ??

Or are we only allowing season ticket holders access ??

Cheers.

Frequency of purchases, possibly? I think I may have read that somewhere before, you have to "build" a relationship to prove you're a fan - help prevent one-off purchases by OF fans and the like. 

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