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12 minutes ago, grazza said:

In my head idea would be folk ordering say at least 15 mins ahead if they want to collect at half time. I got my Burger about half an hour before kickoff so easy enough for me. If I had taken a fancy during game I probably wouldn't bother if it meant missing much of the game. 3pm isn't really a normal meal time but if you make it fast and convenient then less likely folk will be put off.  Don't think touch screens are really practical for something used a day every fortnight. Heck if they want to go crazy have an app that integrates with the hub so you can order your pint etc.

I don't think we should have touch screens for the burger van.🤣

Some kind of mobile phone ordering could maybe work down the line though. Maybe when we get new catering in the redeveloped North terrace. 

I never really get food at the fitba anyway.

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Does anyone know what our season ticket sales ended up at prior to kick off on Saturday ?

How did the programme sales go ?

Lots of folk (including me) seemed to be buying them when I was outside the shop at 2.45pm.

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I thought the programme was an excellent read! Would buy again if it was up to the same quality. Great sitting in the hub and buying some HT draw tickets and a programme with my card.

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55 minutes ago, Ayr23 said:

I thought the programme was an excellent read! Would buy again if it was up to the same quality. Great sitting in the hub and buying some HT draw tickets and a programme with my card.

I always loved matchday programmes. My Papa used to post me the programmes every week when I was wee and living in Germany and London. I also inherited all of my Papa's programmes from the 60s and 70s after he died.

I still have them all, and would never get rid of them. They were an essential part of the matchday experience for me, and I am glad that the programmes have come back.

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1 hour ago, Richey Edwards said:

I always loved matchday programmes. My Papa used to post me the programmes every week when I was wee and living in Germany and London. I also inherited all of my Papa's programmes from the 60s and 70s after he died.

I still have them all, and would never get rid of them. They were an essential part of the matchday experience for me, and I am glad that the programmes have come back.

My Grandpa gave me hundreds of programmes too in a few polly bags, all pre 90s. Love occasionally going through them. Mixture of Scotland, Ayr, and some dead random matches. 

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2 minutes ago, Ayr23 said:

My Grandpa gave me hundreds of programmes too in a few polly bags, all pre 90s. Love occasionally going through them. Mixture of Scotland, Ayr, and some dead random matches. 

I love to sit and look through them. I noticed that the programmes towards the end of the noughties and early 2010s gradually had less content in them, which disappointed me at the time.

It's amazing the players we had who I had completely forgotten about. Alan Dunning, anyone?

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I still have mine from the killie game on the 14th of February 1998 the pages are stuck together as it was so wet that day on the north stand but I would never part with it even though I can never open it without destroying it.

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1 minute ago, Superhursy7 said:

I still have mine from the killie game on the 14th of February 1998 the pages are stuck together as it was so wet that day on the north stand but I would never part with it even though I can never open it without destroying it.

Yeah, water 😉😉😉

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Used tcollect programmes aswell .Home and away from about 1995 .even started collecting ayr ones from the 60s 70s etc .kept them in a big box at my mums and few years ago her garage got flooded out .all ruined was gutted .I have since bought a few nice ones for my man cave .really like the 98 Scottish Cup win against them signed by the team. 

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