Does anyone else think there is mileage in the suggestion that the club could adopt a saving scheme to help purchase a season ticket in the same way you can purchase saving stamps at a supermarket .
I am aware that the cost of a season ticket can now be spread over 4 or 10 months with direct debit but the cost is still incumbent on the buyer.
With my suggestion you can buy stamps whenever , family , friends , etc can give them as birthday / Christmas presents better that than spend £10 on a novelty gift that's never used , then when the season tickets go on sale you can redeem the stamps either in part or in full against the cost of the ticket .
This would in my opinion be beneficial to the club because
A) The income is spread more evenly over the year ,
B) In the case of relegation anyone who thinks they wont bother next season might think twice if they already have for eg £200 towards the pot .
The stamps would not be refundable but could if a season ticket is not wanted be redeemed in the club shop.
The cost of implementing such a scheme would be minimalist and I cant see why it would be detrimental to run it alongside the current arrangements .