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Match Credits: U's Fans Tell Their Story

Find out how our tickets offer could work for you

19 January 2019

During the course of the season, we have regularly extolled the virtues of the Match Credits system as a way of buying your tickets for games.

Many of you use Match Credits to guarantee yourself a good price for your seat, so we thought the best people to tell you more about why Credits work for them are the fans themselves.

First up is South Stand regular Sean Mullins.  

What was it that attracted you to purchase Match Credits?
Having just had a child and some changes at work, I was not able to commit to all home games or even that long in advance, so the flexibility that they allow of deciding so late before the game was ideal.

The fact that I was also not committed to all home games in one seat has meant that I have been able to buy a ticket in the Family Area to take my niece and nephew to their first game earlier this season without having to worry about altering an existing ticket.


How many Credits do you usually buy in one go?
So far I have been buying 10 packs, as it’s not too big a cost in one go and can still last quite some time into the season. 

Do you purchase them just for yourself, or do you share them with friends and, if so, how does that work for you?
Although I purchase them with the intention of it being just for me, there have been quite a number of times in the last two years where a friend, or even myself, have sent out messages to find someone who has a spare credit.

A quick bank transfer or even offer to supply the ticket for the next game and it all works out. 

When do you typically redeem your credits ahead of a game?
Usually the night before the game, it’s a pretty quick process. 

How do you see the rest of the season panning out for the team?
I think we will flirt with the automatic spots, but might just fall short with the amount Mansfield are spending. Then it’s the play offs and who knows then!


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