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TTFA Season Pass
« on: September 28, 2016, 01:03:27 PM »
WATCH: TTFA President David John-Williams announces a Season Pass Programme, in partnership with the National Lotteries Control Board. This will allow purchasers to attend any home game by any Trinidad and Tobago national team through November 2017.

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Re: TTFA Season Pass
« Reply #1 on: September 28, 2016, 01:09:30 PM »
Excellent news by the TTFA... So long we begging for this...  Ah ready!!! :wavetowel: :wavetowel: :wavetowel:

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« Reply #2 on: September 28, 2016, 01:40:49 PM »
TTFA and NLCB team up to launch season pass program
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The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association today launched a new partnership with the National Lotteries Control Board (NLCB) that entails the introduction of a Season Pass Program for all of its official National Team Matches through to November 2017, inclusive of the five home games in the CONCACAF Final Round starting with the clash versus Costa Rica at the Hasely Crawford Stadium on November 11th, 2016.

At a launch at the Courtyard Marriott Hotel on Wednesday, TTFA President David John-Williams received a cheque valued at $250,000 from NLCB Acting Director Ricardo Borde which will cover the program that will entail fans to accessing not just the Senior Men’s Team games, but all official National Team matches involving the Men and Women Senior and Youth Teams through to November 2017. There will be additional benefits such as a 20 percent discount on official TTFA merchandise, access to selected National Team training sessions and meet and greet sessions with the Players and reserved stadium entry access on matchdays. Season pass holders will also qualify for a draw where one lucky patron will receive a match ticket for the Final Match of the 2018 World Cup Finals in Russia.

The Season Passes cost $2,000 (Covered Section) and $1,000 (Uncovered Section). These season passes will on sale to the public at First Citizen’s Bank branches from this coming Monday. FCB is the official retail partner for the program. There will be 5,000 season passes for the uncovered section and 1400 for the covered section.

I95.5 FM has also come on board as official broadcast partner for the promotion of the season pass program.

The TTFA also announced the presentation of season passes to longstanding and outstanding contributors to local football and other sports including Alvin Corneal (former national coach and player), Leroy De Leon (former national player), Sedley Joseph (former national coach and player) Edgar Vidale (former national coach), Bobby Sookram (Former National Player) Lennox Pilgrim (administrator) Osmond Downer (former FIFA referee), Rudolph Thomas (former administrator), Everald “Gally” Cummings (Former National Coach and Player), Jean Mouttet (Former National Goalkeeper), Keshorn Walcott (Olympic athlete), Akeem Stewart (Paralympic Athlete), Nyoshia Cain (Paralympic Athlete).

Further presentations of this kind will made over the course of the coming weeks.

John-Williams also announced plans by the TTFA to launch a Football Hall of Fame within the next 12 months.

Meantime, tickets for the upcoming Caribbean Cup Qualifier against Dominican Republic, which also serves as a qualifier for the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup, will go on sale from Thursday at all Sports and Games outlets, all Kenny’s Sports Shops and Ramsingh’s  Sportworld in Couva. Tickets cost $200 (covered) and $100 (covered). The game is scheduled for 7pm on October 5th at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
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Re: TTFA Season Pass
« Reply #3 on: September 28, 2016, 01:49:10 PM »
Now these guys are talking..

Next step, secure the services of a soca artist for each match.. If you build it , they will come.

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Re: TTFA Season Pass
« Reply #4 on: September 28, 2016, 02:13:58 PM »
Now these guys are talking..

Next step, secure the services of a soca artist for each match.. Make sure the season pass could actually get yuh in the stadium in time fuh kickoff

Fixed it fuh yuh
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« Reply #5 on: September 28, 2016, 02:22:09 PM »
Lol @ palos
Now these guys are talking..

Next step, secure the services of a soca artist for each match.. Make sure the season pass could actually get yuh in the stadium in time fuh kickoff

Fixed it fuh yuh

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Re: TTFA Season Pass
« Reply #6 on: September 28, 2016, 02:48:01 PM »
Now these guys are talking..

Next step, secure the services of a soca artist for each match.. If you build it , they will come.

Ah hearing yuh ... buh at de same time ah recall the lack of wisdom of the DJ blaring music within nanoseconds of the final whistle in the women's homegame versus Ecuador. That!, in a word, was f**kery.
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« Reply #7 on: September 28, 2016, 03:11:55 PM »
Now these guys are talking..

Next step, secure the services of a soca artist for each match.. If you build it , they will come.

Ah hearing yuh ... buh at de same time ah recall the lack of wisdom of the DJ blaring music within nanoseconds of the final whistle in the women's homegame versus Ecuador. That!, in a word, was f**kery.

Maybe the DJ is a ex Fatima man and thought "we" won?  ;)
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Re: TTFA Season Pass
« Reply #8 on: September 30, 2016, 02:59:58 PM »
The season pass available at any FCB branch??
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Re: TTFA Season Pass
« Reply #9 on: September 30, 2016, 10:19:25 PM »
The season pass available at any FCB branch??

Not Wednesday when it was announced.
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Re: TTFA Season Pass
« Reply #10 on: October 02, 2016, 04:13:23 PM »
The season pass available at any FCB branch??

Independence Square, One Woodbrook Place, San Fernando, Gulf View,Tunapuna, Arima, Chaguanas and Scarborough.
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Re: TTFA Season Pass
« Reply #11 on: October 03, 2016, 10:05:45 AM »
Anybody get theirs yet?

Just wish it had or could have some kind of parking something even if an option for off site with a shuttle.
Parking at HCS is impossible. Maybe parking inside the stadium could be for season pass holders only who sign up....anything and something they could add later.


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Re: TTFA Season Pass
« Reply #12 on: October 03, 2016, 10:49:53 AM »

I call one of the branches and they say payment by Linx, Cash or FCB Cheque....no Credit Card.

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Re: TTFA Season Pass
« Reply #13 on: October 03, 2016, 02:29:59 PM »
Anybody get theirs yet?

Just wish it had or could have some kind of parking something even if an option for off site with a shuttle.
Parking at HCS is impossible. Maybe parking inside the stadium could be for season pass holders only who sign up....anything and something they could add later.

Saw TTFA post on fb over the weekend that the pass will be on sale from tomorrow instead of today..

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Re: TTFA Season Pass
« Reply #14 on: October 08, 2016, 01:37:36 AM »
TTFA Season pass program up and running.
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The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association’s (TTFA) Season Pass initiative is up and running, and already football fans are lining up to cash in on this deal.

The Season Pass initiative was launched by the TTFA last week in collaboration with the National Lotteries Control Board (NLCB). This week, the Passes went on sale as the following First Citizens Bank branches – Independence Square, One Woodbrook Place, Arima, Tunapuna, Chaguanas, Point Fortin, San Fernando, Gulf View, and Scarborough.

The price of the Passes are as follows: Covered Stands $2,000; Uncovered Stands, $1,000.

These passes allow football fans entry to the following: the five home matches in the final round of  World Cup Qualifying  for Russia 2018; international friendlies and all other official national team matches for Men and Women as well as the national youth teams.

The Passes remain valid until November 2017. The TTFA has put on sale the following: 1,400 Covered Stands, and 5,000 Uncovered Stands.

Added to this, there will be a lottery draw to select six (6) Season Pass holders to witness the Final of the FIFA World Cup tournament in Russia 2018.

For further information, please call the TTFA Hotline: 270-6868.

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« Reply #15 on: October 10, 2016, 06:03:02 PM »
I bought my pass last week and used it at the Dom Rep game without any hassle. I'm guessing the C. Rica game will be the real test..

My only concern is that there is no personal information being submitted to TTFA  when buying the pass. I think it would be a great idea for them to have a database of information such as Card holders name, contact details, email address, pass nbr etc. This info can be used for marketing purposes i.e updating the membership of deals, incentives, merchandise for sale, upcoming games etc   

Another issue is one of security: Obviously it is up to the pass holder to keep their cards safe and based on the conditions on pass, the TTFA isn't liable or responsible if it is lost, damaged.

However, in the event someone card is lost or stolen, wouldn't it  be great to be able to call the TTFA HOTLINE and inform them that "Card #" was stolen. Upon receiving this info, the TTFA (Using database) can then log the info into their ticketing system, so in the event anyone tries to use it on game day it can come up at gates as a stolen card. The card can be seized at entrance and destroyed. They can have a replacement card re-issued to holder for a fee. This can be an additional source of generating revenue by issuing replacement cards. Something to think about! 
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Re: TTFA Season Pass
« Reply #16 on: October 10, 2016, 08:05:29 PM »
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Re: TTFA Season Pass
« Reply #17 on: October 10, 2016, 08:35:43 PM »
Adam, yuh making too much sense. Your pass will now be confiscated. LOL.
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Re: TTFA Season Pass
« Reply #18 on: October 11, 2016, 01:48:31 AM »
^^^ Ent.

The parking component mentioned by dcs also adds a noteworthy dimension to the conversation, but is likely not practical within the HCS because parking is probably inadequate to treat with all/most season holders ... and first come, first served is a recipe for confusion in the context of ingress/egress at the stadium.

Also, when factoring in official vehicles, VIP, vendor vehicles and security parameters it would be problematic.

HOWEVER, the idea of further incentivizing season pass holders (beyond the obvious price incentive built into the pass ... into incentivizing the broader experience) makes sense. The question is, even if a suitable offsite holding area for season ticket parking is identified, would it defeat the logic of the present price structure (with unfactored in costs etc.). Although, it could be food for future thought, as it might help reduce the traffic burden in the environs of the stadium.
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« Reply #19 on: October 11, 2016, 11:24:00 AM »
Either they didn't have time to put that in place or want to keep it simple on the first run.

They should look at an overall parking strategy for the HEX for off site but not sure if they have that on the radar.

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Latapy among ‘Legends’ Season Pass recipients
« Reply #20 on: November 03, 2016, 05:20:43 PM »
Latapy among ‘Legends’ Season Pass recipients
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Trinidad and Tobago living football legend Russell Latapy was presented with his Season Pass by the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association on Thursday at its offices located at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.

Latapy received his pass from TTFA Interim General Secretary Azaad Mohammed-Khan. The pass, presented as a form of recognition, will provide access to all of T&T’s home 2018 World Cup qualifying matches  and all other official national teams matches through until November 2017.

Among those who have been honoured by the TTFA with the season passes include Dwight Yorke, Brian Lara, Hasely Crawford, Larry Gomes, Ato Boldon, Keshorn Walcott Steve David, Selris Figaro,Dr. Iva Gloudon, Keshorn Walcott, Cleopatra Borel, Akeem Stewart,Leroy Spann, Leo Brewster, Edgar Vidale, Kent Bernard, Leon Carpette, Wilfred Cave, Jean Mouttet, Rudolph Thomas, Willie Rodriguez, Eddie Hart, Selwyn Murren, George Bovell III, Edwin Roberts, Edwin Skinner,Wendell Mottley, Richard Thompson, Warren Archibald, Stern John, Alvin Corneal, Sedley Joseph, Everald Cummings, Osmond Downer, Leroy De Leon, Wilfred Cave, Bobby Sookram and Ulric “Buggy” Haynes among others.

The Season Passes cost $2,000 (Covered Section) and $1,000 (Uncovered Section) and are available at all branches of First Citizen’s Bank, the official retail partner for the program. There will be 5,000 season passes for the uncovered section and 1400 for the covered section. Fans can call the TTFA hotline at 720-6868 for further information.

Tickets for Friday’s World Cup qualifier between Trinidad and Tobago and Costa Rica are on sale at Lotto Locations nationwide. From tomorrow (Saturday, November 5th), tickets cost $350 (covered section) and $200 (uncovered).
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Re: TTFA Season Pass
« Reply #21 on: November 04, 2016, 11:07:46 AM »
Latapy among ‘Legends’ Season Pass recipients.
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Trinidad and Tobago living football legend Russell Latapy was presented with his Season Pass by the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association on Thursday at its offices located at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.

Latapy received his pass from TTFA Interim General Secretary Azaad Mohammed-Khan. The pass, presented as a form of recognition, will provide access to all of T&T’s home 2018 World Cup qualifying matches  and all other official national teams matches through until November 2017.

Among those who have been honoured by the TTFA with the season passes include Dwight Yorke, Brian Lara, Hasely Crawford, Larry Gomes, Ato Boldon, Keshorn Walcott Steve David, Selris Figaro, Dr. Iva Gloudon, Keshorn Walcott, Cleopatra Borel, Akeem Stewart,Leroy Spann, Leo Brewster, Edgar Vidale, Kent Bernard, Leon Carpette, Wilfred Cave, Jean Mouttet, Rudolph Thomas, Willie Rodriguez, Eddie Hart, Selwyn Murren, George Bovell III, Edwin Roberts, Edwin Skinner,Wendell Mottley, Richard Thompson, Warren Archibald, Stern John, Alvin Corneal, Sedley Joseph, Everald Cummings, Osmond Downer, Leroy De Leon, Wilfred Cave, Bobby Sookram and Ulric “Buggy” Haynes among others.

The Season Passes cost $2,000 (Covered Section) and $1,000 (Uncovered Section) and are available at all branches of First Citizen’s Bank, the official retail partner for the program. There will be 5,000 season passes for the uncovered section and 1400 for the covered section. Fans can call the TTFA hotline at 720-6868 for further information.

Tickets for Friday’s World Cup qualifier between Trinidad and Tobago and Costa Rica are on sale at Lotto Locations nationwide. From tomorrow (Saturday), tickets cost $350 (covered section) and $200 (uncovered).

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Re: TTFA Season Pass
« Reply #22 on: November 05, 2016, 03:13:11 AM »
I called and they said there will be a special entrance for season pass holders for the WC games. It's a credit card type thing they swipe.
Both the hotline and the bank said the card can be cancelled because they know the number and they took notes at the bank when purchased though I can't say this is standard and I'm not sure what the fine print says. Basically I think if you can convince them or prove you own the card they will cancel and reissue.

Hoping the separate entrance means faster entry  ;D

So far so good with the communication and looking like a very promising initiative.