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Got a quick question about this. Ended up in BR3 for the St Mirren game. I'm aware it's the family section but there were quite a few other people there without kids. I seen there were some individual seats available in the same section for the Hibs game but when I phoned the ticket office they said it was for families only and I shouldn't have been sold a ticket there previously. Obviously I can get a ticket somewhere else but I actually quite enjoyed the atmosphere and the view up there. I'll probably end up in the enclosure again but is it the case they sold a lot of tickets there incorrectly for the St mirren game or am I getting duff info from the ticket office?

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So what happens to the individual seats? Do they just not sell them?? There's usually a good number of them in any part of the ground, so it would seem foolish not to sell individual seats in the Broomy.

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As I said in my post there were quite a few folk there without kids so it all seems very random as to whether they let you buy a single adult ticket there or not.

When it first started the wife and 2 youngest got ST's for the family section, but I don't think they moved anyone that already had a ST there was loads of adult fans sitting in amongst the families.

The family bit is more to do with the pre- match stuff for the kids on the concourse than it has with the seating.

I would question the fact they won't sell you a single adult ticket.

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When it first started the wife and 2 youngest got ST's for the family section, but I don't think they moved anyone that already had a ST there was loads of adult fans sitting in amongst the families.

The family bit is more to do with the pre- match stuff for the kids on the concourse than it has with the seating.

I would question the fact they won't sell you a single adult ticket.

It does seem daft as when you look at the seating plan you can see individual seats that are available within the rows.

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Might be an idea.

or buy an extra child ticket and throw it away. It's only a fiver ya tight git. :pipe:

But to be honest, I'm a wee bit worried that you seem so determined to break the rules just to get into the Family Stand. Why not just join the grown-ups in any of the other stands? :pipe:

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or buy an extra child ticket and throw it away. It's only a fiver ya tight git. :pipe:

But to be honest, I'm a wee bit worried that you seem so determined to break the rules just to get into the Family Stand. Why not just join the grown-ups in any of the other stands? :pipe:

To be honest, I expected the bolded before now :P

I've almost always been in the Enclosure (on the occasions I attend these days) but I quite enjoyed the view from being higher up and being nearer the away fans. Suppose the Copland is an option now that they seem to have found their voice :clap:

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