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Open meeting for all Arsenal supporters

Open meeting for all Arsenal supporters

AISA is organising a "matchday experience" meeting to discuss the results of our recent survey, to decide what priorities should be, and how to achieve change. The meeting will take place at 179 Great Portland Street, London W1W 5LS on Thursday 11th April, 6.30 for 7.00. More details will follow.

The meeting is open to all Arsenal supporters. It would help us with the admin if you could let us know if you plan to attend - just email aisa@aisa.org

Also to let you know we met again with the Club last week to discuss some of the issues we have been pursuing with them. Much more info at the meeting but AISA proposals and suggestions included:

SEASON TICKET STAGED PAYMENT SCHEME
Introduction of a scheme that allows season ticket holders to spread payment over many months with no additional cost except a small admin fee

CHEAPER TICKETS

- Backing for a national scheme, as proposed by the FSF, that will cap away ticket prices at a lower prices than present
- Cheaper tickets for juniors to encourage future generations of Arsenal supporters
- Reductions in the cost of FA Cup and, if applicable, Europa League tickets
- Extra ticket entitlement for season-ticket holders, enabling them to buy additional tickets several times a season, some at reduced cost for under 18s
- Relocation of away supporters at the Emirates to upper tier, thereby providing 3,000 cheaper tickets for home supporters

REWARDING LOYALTY
- Specific benefits for Arsenal supporters who regularly travel to away matches. Proposals include free vouchers etc, and also reduced price travel to all away cup matches
- Reduced price season tickets for existing gold members who are senior citizens (building on the current scheme where discounts are applicable but only for those who are prepared to move away from existing friends and family)

TICKET EXCHANGE
- Improvements to scheme including immediate cashback, more flexibility and easy ways of sharing tickets with friends and family (with or without payment)

IMPROVEMENTS TO THE ATMOSPHERE
- Various, seeking a commitment from the Club that they would introduce safe standing, as and when the law is changed.

We believe considerable progress has been made on many of these items (and others discussed separately) and look forward to announcements in due course. If you want any further information, or have suggestions and ideas you want to put forward contact us at aisa@aisa.org
 

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