On Thursday, Yeovil Town Commercial Manager Dave Linney went onto the airwaves twice to talk about the club's Ticketing Sales for the 2012-13 League One Play-Off Final against Brentford. Firstly he was on BBC Somerset's Breakfast programme with Matt Faulkner, talking the club's qualification for the Wembley final, as well as their plans to bring forward the new 2013-14 Replica Shirt, and to bring new merchandise into the Club Shop. The output of that can be read via the link below.
Link: Dave Linney Speaks To The BBC Just Before Play-Off Tickets Went On General Sale.
Then later that same day, as part of BBC Somerset's Drive programme, Dave was back on air a second time, talking to Ben McGrail about how Ticket Sales had been going, with around eight or nine hours worth of tickets being on General Sale. Read that one via the link below.
Link: Dave Linney Speaks To The BBC After Two Days Of Play-Off Tickets Sales.
In terms of how well sales have gone since then, we understand that by Saturday morning, ticket sales had risen to around 14,000 in total. Reports from the Brentford end have been a little harder to come by, as they're splitting out their sales between an online agency and their Griffin Park Ticket Office. By the end of Thursday night, they'd put out a figure of 12,600 which means that they're probably around level pegging with the Glovers in terms of sales, given that we'd quoted a figure of 12,000 for Thursday tea-time in the above interview.
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