Many Stoke City fans have reacted to a latest club statement informing fans that the ticket office will now be operating a cashless policy.
Due to recent events which have seen football come to a standstill, Stoke have now made a change to the operation of their ticket office at the Bet365 stadium.
The chance comes as an attempt to counter the worldwide problem, but with football currently postponed until April 30th at the earliest, it remains to be seen how many fans will be purchasing tickets for the remaining games of the season.
Stoke still have games at home this season against Middlesbrough, Barnsley, Birmingham City and Brentford – with the final game coming against Thomas Frank’s side.
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Those games are now expected to be moved from their original dates due to the recent postponement, but whilst uncertainty remains – ticket sales are expected to be low across English football.
Stoke sit just above the relegation zone in the Championship league table having beating Hull City 5-1 prior to the postponement of fixtures.
From tomorrow, the Ticket Office will be adopting a cashless policy. #SCFC 🔴⚪️
— Stoke City FC (@stokecity) March 19, 2020
Releasing the news via their official website, fans took to Twitter to share some reaction, and below are just some:
What tickets exactly are you selling ?🙈
— Glenn Wallace (@magpieGlenn1968) March 19, 2020
You seriously aren’t expecting people sort season tickets out at the moment
— david roberts (@davidroberts04) March 19, 2020
What’s the crack with the Wigan tickets I bought
— andrew ferneyhough (@andyferneyhough) March 19, 2020
Hmmmmmmm. Really? Now?
— Whats all the fuss about? (@stuartmitton1) March 19, 2020
Why would anyone be buying tickets?
— larry lurker (@larrylurker1) March 19, 2020
Who on earth is buying tickets?
— jason cowan (@jason_cowan71) March 19, 2020
What, everything is free from tomorrow? Cracking.
— Andrew Pickering (@maglianera86) March 19, 2020
I took mine back but they won’t make a decision on a refund until the fa decide 👍🏻🤣
— Jase (@SallyCinnamon09) March 19, 2020