Season tickets open for renewals

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Many of you will have a received an email today – as I did too – announcing that GAA season tickets are now open for renewal for 2020.

If you’re planning to renew your season ticket once again, note that the deadline for doing so is 31st December. Prices for 2020 are unchanged from this year, with the standard season ticket costing €120 (juvenile cards €30) while the Cáirde Mhaigheo variant is priced at €200.

The GAA have built a new Season Ticket website for 2020 renewals, which you can access here. I’ve no idea what the site’s look and feel is like as I haven’t renewed my own ticket yet but I’ll be doing so before too long, as, I assume, most of the rest of you will as well.

8 thoughts on “Season tickets open for renewals

  1. Any thoughts on Sunday? You’d obviously have to fancy Corofin, but they don’t appear to have hit their usual groove yet. Hopefully the Tubber do it

  2. Does anyone know if the changes for the junior championships have gone through? This was to be debated at last Monday night’s meeting, yet seems to be forgot about with everything else.

  3. Going on last Sunday’s performance I can’t see Tubber come within 6 pts of Corofin. Granted they have performed a lot better in the Mayo club championship and will lift their game considerably for Sunday, but we all know the class of opposition that they are coming up against. A lot will depend on Cillian’s availability / fitness.

  4. Remember Corofin had to go to a replay in last year’s Galway final too but it didn’t mean anything after that. Expect them to be near full steam on Sunday. One reason for hope for Tubber is that Corofn seem to have a good few changes since last year so might not, despite what I said above, not be as sharp as last year. I hope Cillian is back in action. Taking a day off against Manorhamilton is one thing, against Corofin a different thing altogether.

    Re the new GAA season ticket site it seems easy enough to navigate apart from that annoying americanism of writing today’s date as 11/08/2019.

  5. Mayoforever,
    You can bin your 2019 Mayo season ticket as you will get no further use for it. Tubber v Corofin is a Connacht Council game and it does not cover it.

  6. Don’t know if any of you have been looking at the crime drama Guilt, comedy crime drama really.

    Plot is quite complex but at one stage both characters are looking down on Edinburgh from the hills above and Jake accuses Max:

    Jake: What did you do when Hibs were relegated?
    Max: What do you mean?
    Jake: Do you know what I did?
    Max: No
    Jake: I went out and bought a season ticket.

    That’s my boy.

  7. Good to see the price for next years season ticket has remained the same. Though I still think the value of it has been seriously eroded over the years with it increasing from the original price of €75 along with the reduction of the price of league tickets if bought before match day.

    Great to see the new website too, looks a lot slicker and easier to navigate. Interesting to hear the other night that there are 3700 Cairde tickets along with the 2500 Croke Park season tickets. Would be interesting to know how many Dublin have in total (the only other county to sell out) between Croke Park lower & upper tier season ticket, hill 16 and Parnell Pass.

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