TWO-THIRDS of eligible supporters have already confirmed their migration back to the £8m-plus Mayflower Grandstand, which is scheduled to fully open for the New Year’s Day Clash with Swindon Town.
A raft of test events will take place during the month of December in preparation for the grand opening, and these begin with Argyle Ladies’ clash against Watford at Home Park on Sunday, December 8.
Supporters wishing to return to their 2017-2018 Mayflower Grandstand seats have until Sunday to confirm they wish to do so.
Any remaining unclaimed seats will have their reservations cleared on Monday, November 25.
The Grandstand migration process allows all supporters who held seats in the old Grandstand to transfer their season-tickets back to their previously allocated seat for the remainder of the 2019-20 Sky Bet League Two campaign.
Letters from Argyle Chief Executive Andrew Parkinson were sent last week to Argyle supporters who held a season-ticket for the 2017-18 season, offering them the chance to relocate to the Mayflower Grandstand to a seat as close as possible to the one that they vacated.
Supporters are unlikely to be given an identical seat number to the one that they previously held – one of the first changes that fans will notice about the grandstand seat numbering is that it runs the opposite way to before: i.e. Seat No.1 is at the Devonport End of the grandstand.
Any members of the Green Army who have not yet received a letter, but consider themselves eligible for migration, should contact the Home Park Ticket Office at their earliest convenience.
A team of Argyle staff members is on hand and ready to assist supporters with their relocation queries, and the club has set up a dedicated email address – email@example.com – to help make the process as smooth as possible.
Supporters can also call 01752 907700 or visit the Home Park Ticket Office to discuss their seat migration.