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Argyle have announced the number of iFollow passes they sold for the first two games:

Blackpool (h) 1,737
Wimbledon (a) 1,848

Obviously these figures do not include the 5,000 season ticket holders.

Any other clubs released their iFollow figures?
 

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I would support that idea, it would give everyone something else to talk about
 

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Argyle have announced the number of iFollow passes they sold for the first two games:

Blackpool (h) 1,737
Wimbledon (a) 1,848

Obviously these figures do not include the 5,000 season ticket holders.

Any other clubs released their iFollow figures?
Interesting figures.

Do you know if the 1,737 sold for the Blackpool game were all purchased by Plymouth fans, or does that figure include those purchased by Blackpool fans too? I'm guessing that it doesn't as I'd think that they would purchase via their own club?

We (Oxford) give a free pass to all season ticket holders for home games, I'm presuming most clubs do the same? If Plymouth do this then to sell an extra 1,737 on top is quite encouraging (from an income point of view) unless a proportion of it has to be given to the visitors?

I'm also slightly surprised you didn't sell more for the away game. I'd have thought a lot more of your 5,000 season ticket holders would have purchased.

I'd like a bit more clarity from the clubs/EFL on the numbers sold and who gets the money in each instance. It would be a good replacement for attendance obsessives!
 

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Interesting figures.

Do you know if the 1,737 sold for the Blackpool game were all purchased by Plymouth fans, or does that figure include those purchased by Blackpool fans too? I'm guessing that it doesn't as I'd think that they would purchase via their own club?

We (Oxford) give a free pass to all season ticket holders for home games, I'm presuming most clubs do the same? If Plymouth do this then to sell an extra 1,737 on top is quite encouraging (from an income point of view) unless a proportion of it has to be given to the visitors?

I'm also slightly surprised you didn't sell more for the away game. I'd have thought a lot more of your 5,000 season ticket holders would have purchased.

I'd like a bit more clarity from the clubs/EFL on the numbers sold and who gets the money in each instance. It would be a good replacement for attendance obsessives!
Yes, it was the passes we sold. And like you season ticket holders get the pass automatically.

i know what you are saying about the Wimbledon, the numbers were a little lower than you might expect. One thing that might depress those figures a bit that one household might have more than one season ticket holder. We have four season ticket holders but obviously purchased just one pass for the away match.

the other thing that depresses numbers for all teams I think is the quality of the service. It does need to improve.

but it would be good to see home and away figures for all clubs.
 

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More figures. Shrewsbury (h) 1,524. Hull (a) 2,553
 

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