The U20 Munster hurling semi-final was on last night at Páirc Uí Rinn between Cork and Limerick and there was chaos outside the ground as a lot of the older people had to buy tickets online and had to ask the youngsters to do it for them as the ticket windows was shut.
Should they have a window open or is it about time that the older people learned how to do it? Online tickets aren’t going anywhere and it’s the way it’s done now. Surely you’d want to be up to speed on it now..?
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@MunsterGAA pandemonium outside Páirc Uí Rinn tonight. A big group of older folk having to ask other random people to buy match tickets on their phones online in order to get in to the U20 game. And the ticket office window shut. Why can't we sell tickets at the venue?
— Billy Hedigan (@billy_hedigan) April 20, 2022
Who doesn’t have a smart phone in this day of age…?
Lots of people don’t have Smart Phones by choice which is their right. Very wrong that especially older folk should have to book on line for matches.