CELTIC FANS on social media started to filter out that they had got tickets for the Dundee game. Some claimed they got an email or a text from the club while others simply signed into their online Celtic portal and they could see a Dundee ticket sitting in their account.
The club have usually taken to social media before the ballot drops and fans find out who has got a ticket and who hasn’t.
Right now, there’s a sizeable amount of people on social media claiming if the ballot is over and done with they have missed out for a fourth consecutive time.
The first ballot was for 2k for the Preston friendly, it then went to 8,500 for the Midtjylland home tie, the Saturday after that 18,500 people were balloted for a West Ham ticket. The Dundee game will have 24,500 tickets up for grabs – anyone who hasn’t had a shot in the first three games would have been very hopeful of a Dundee ticket. Right now, it looks like a lot are missing out again – including myself!
Celtic need to be clear on the parameters and if the friendlies have counted for fans being chosen or if they go straight back into the ballot because it’s a competitive tie.
Hopefully there will be no need for ballots by the middle of August when Scotland moves beyond Level 0 as planned at the moment.