Technical troubles leave Gillingham fans unable to buy tickets online or over phone
Gillingham FC have resolved technical problems that
left fans unable to buy tickets for tomorrow's home match
for several days.
An error with the club's
online ticket payment system meant supporters had been unable
to purchase tickets online or over the phone.
The only way people could
buy them earlier today was by going to the ticket office at
Priestfield Stadium in person.
A spokesman for the club said the system was back up and running
by about 2.30pm.
He added: "We apologise for any inconvenience this may have
Supporter Alan O'Shea,
65, had been trying to buy tickets online for the last two
He said: "There was nothing
on the website to say there was a problem and I emailed this
morning and never got a reply. When I eventually got through to the
ticket office they told me what the problem was.
"I'm quite annoyed. I know
mistakes happen but if you let people know what is going on, it is
not half as bad. It's a shambles.
"I live in Herne Bay so I
can't make the 60-mile round trip to get a ticket today and then do
the same to get to the match tomorrow."
Gillingham face Dagenham in a League 2 game at Priestfield
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