General 2015 Warriors Membership Thread

Will you be renewing or signing up?


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mt.wellington

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Just a thread for all membership posts.

2015 Memberships will be released in about 16 days. First bit of good news is that the members cap will be making a return to the packs. Details are thin at the moment...

 
With more games at Mt Smart I doubt it. Have to remember that the 3 games at Eden Park were free if you renewed early enough. Im hoping it'll be under $400 for my Upper West seat...

Bugger.

Problem is this is our first year in the upper East, won't be giving them up either, that's for sure.
 

mt.wellington

Warriors Orange Peeler
Bugger.

Problem is this is our first year in the upper East, won't be giving them up either, that's for sure.
If youre a renewing member then you still get the renewing discount regardless of where you sit. If you were a new member Id imagine your seat would cost $500+...
 
The Warriors Proud members should have all recieved an email at the start of this week regarding free tickets to the Knights or Panthers games. This is a good idea, but given that those areas are quite difficult to get to a bit more notice would have been appreciated. I like to plan a couple or three trips away for league games each season, if we knew that this was available at the start of the year I wouldve included them in my plans and budgeted for them.
 
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Undecided, was a first time member in 2013 (not 2012 oops), but didn't renew this year. Will be interesting to see what packages they have for non-Auckland NZ members.
e.g. if there is an away membership that includes discount ticket for the Wellington game (if there is another one) that is ACTUALLY cheaper than just buying through ticketek, then will consider it again.
 
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Never been a member but would be tempted to get an away membership provided I actually get something for my money.

I've been an away member for Tottenham Hotspur for a few years and it's been worth it. Send you a bit of mech, magazine and should I be over there, can get tickets ahead of general public. Don't know what the Warriors do other than flog you off a catalogue to buy mechanise.
 
I wear my 2013 cap all the time and have the little jersey on my keyring, but didn't really see any worth (aside from just the thrill of having a wee stake in the club) to renewing this year, personally. Plus the cap style this year wasn't my cup of tea anyway.
 
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Depends on how they finish this season. So far so good & as one of those who can't make all the home games now a decent NZ Away members package for those outside Auckland would be appreciated.
 
I like where my seats are positioned but feel we were all royally fucked over by all the discount tickets offered to pretty much every game this year. Pretty sure I could have gone to all games for less than I shelled out for my membership so don't really see any point in it anymore.
In saying that I'll probably renew as the area I sit in has an amazing lack of douche bags in it, most other places I've sat there's always at least one moron that you wish would just shut the fuck up and watch the game by seasons end.
 
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The Warriors Proud members should have all recieved an email at the start of this week regarding free tickets to the Knights or Panthers games. This is a good idea, but given that those areas are quite difficult to get to a bit more notice would have been appreciated. I like to plan a couple or three trips away for league games each season, if we knew that this was available at the start of the year I wouldve included them in my plans and budgeted for them.
i was lucky enough to get one for the knights game so will take the trip up the freeway

there was also an email sent out about training session tomorrow at charlestown 10am - im hoping next year away members get more opportunities to hit this up
 
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I like where my seats are positioned but feel we were all royally fucked over by all the discount tickets offered to pretty much every game this year. Pretty sure I could have gone to all games for less than I shelled out for my membership so don't really see any point in it anymore.
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Although I agree with you I try not to let it worry me.

I understand there is a fine balance between commercial viability through memberships and big crowds to get the boys home.

What I would like to see from the club is reduced ticket prices for members if we nab a home final.

I believe the NRL does the pricing and gets the revenue but if the club were to subsidise home finals tickets for members as a thank you for your support this year, that would be great.
 
Yes will be in again for the ride in 2015, Same seats, lower east. Have a good group around us now. The seats in front of us were empty this season so was handy for extras that wanted to sit with us Can't under stand why the people in front of us never renew, must be the loud prick with the big hat and Banner that sits behind them starting chants all the time.
 
Where were you seated before and whats the main difference you like? Any drawbacks???
I had a South Stand Membership previously. Price of Premium was too good to refuse ($300), so bought it, plus added my wife as i wanted to take my daughter along and not get wet.

Our seats in upper East (right on the 40m line) provide a great view of the match. Allows me to "play coach" yet still feel close enough to hear the crunches of the tackles. It's also much nicer to listen to clever comments and not the dribble that usually catches your ear in the South.
 
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The Warriors Proud members should have all recieved an email at the start of this week regarding free tickets to the Knights or Panthers games. This is a good idea, but given that those areas are quite difficult to get to a bit more notice would have been appreciated. I like to plan a couple or three trips away for league games each season, if we knew that this was available at the start of the year I wouldve included them in my plans and budgeted for them.
You could always buy a ticket to a game. They weren't part of the offer more a nice gesture from the club.
 
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