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On 22/09/2020 at 09:40, robf said:

Flipping heck - away from iFollow, Colchester's figures are awful. 

By "season permits" in the statement I presume they mean season tickets and they have sold just 540!

Colchester's honesty/transparency is refreshing, though it illustrates starkly the abyss, economically speaking, some clubs are facing

Anyone have knowledge of how much revenue is being lost through no sales of food/drinks/programmes etc?

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vale say people have been giving them a ring to complain about ifollow and giving the staff dogs abuse . If your doing this you need to give your heads a wobble , totally out of vales hands !!

Well if they’re being arsey about fans watching league cup games, maybe when fans are allowed back everyone should boycott the games, see how they like that.

I’ve put this on the match thread too but you can put your code in days before the match. If you put it in as soon as you get it you have time to sort it out with the ticket office if it doesn’t work.

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On 22/09/2020 at 08:02, Fosse69 said:

Well, if 1000 Vale watch an away game, first 500 to the away club, then 500 to Vale. So 500 x £10 x 80% = £4000
Home game 1000 would give £8000.
It all helps, whether there will be any trickle down from the Prem I hold my breath.
 

For a home game wouldn't that also be plus the first 500 from the away team [if they sell 500] - that would be an additional 4k

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53 minutes ago, points-with-bone said:

 

Anyone have knowledge of how much revenue is being lost through no sales of food/drinks/programmes etc?

Points-with-Bone

Under our previous owner that would have been £0. 

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2 hours ago, points-with-bone said:
For a home game wouldn't that also be plus the first 500 from the away team [if they sell 500] - that would be an additional 4k
Points-with-Bone

True of course, normally not many teams in L2 bring above a 100, but what we don't know yet is how many more will pay £10 to watch their team on line. I personally will watch far more games away than I usually do.

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On 24/09/2020 at 20:37, ginginator said:

Go to the ifollow drop down, select Next Match, Port Vale v Harrogate , buy a  Video Match Pass option. This takes you to the payment screen, where you can enter the code.

I have just done this and I received email saying they have charged my credit card £10

I think they are conning people shocking as you can't speak to anyone for refund and vale say its nothing to do with them. 

 

They owe me £55 in total now. 

If they don't respond soon I will be asking vale to refund my season ticket to cover costs from I follow. 

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I have just done this and I received email saying they have charged my credit card £10
I think they are conning people shocking as you can't speak to anyone for refund and vale say its nothing to do with them. 
 
They owe me £55 in total now. 
If they don't respond soon I will be asking vale to refund my season ticket to cover costs from I follow. 


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8 minutes ago, sinnott2spinnit said:

Farcical. Spent over an hour watching a blank screen with a circle going around and round. Gave up for the second half and went outside to watch the grass grow on my lawn.

I watched the whole game. You got the better deal.

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8 minutes ago, sinnott2spinnit said:

Thanks, but what is an adblocker!!! Why aren’t these things straight forward.

It's a piece of software that blocks unsolicited adverts. 

iFollow shows adverts from the EFL etc (Not during the game though) so presumably doesn't like adblockers interfering with its streamed content so iFollow doesn't run as well or even run at all when an adblocker is present on a browser.  Even the Highlights (Generated by iFollow) posted after the game on the Vale website won't run if an adblocker is running/present at the same time.

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20 minutes ago, mbycars said:

I took some advice and plugged my laptop into my hub with an ethernet cable. Worked perfect and no buffering whatsover. Came on as soon as i clicked on the match.

I was using an iPad. No plug in facility on this device!!! Why can’t they make it straight forward.

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12 minutes ago, sinnott2spinnit said:

I was using an iPad. No plug in facility on this device!!! Why can’t they make it straight forward.

First time I’ve used iFollow, just clicked on the match icon and it worked perfectly, no freezing or owt like that, only thing kept getting the numbers ui -7 flashing up on the screen but this didn’t impact on my viewing.

This also was on an iPad.

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