Why have virgin media decided not to let customers have tickets for the racing tv club days. Paying an extra £25 per month surely they could sign back up to this and give there customers the service they are paying for and deserve
Racecourses will welcome back restricted crowds from Monday 17th May. They will still be operating under tight restrictions until such time as it is confirmed that they can operate again as normal. With this in mind we will be reviewing Club Days with our racecourses once restrictions are lifted and they can welcome back full crowds. We will keep you updated on timelines as and when we can.
Thanks for the reply.The club days are not on at the moment but will be resuming shortly.I am reliably informed that virgin media customers will not be able to apply for the club days because virgin media have taken the decision not to offer them to there customers.Add that to the fact you can’t watch racing tv online and can’t make yourself available to any racing tv offers if you are on virgin media.but of course still charge you the full price
Thanks for the reply.The club days are not on at the moment but will be resuming shortly.I am reliably informed that virgin media customers will not be able to apply for the club days because virgin media have taken the decision not to offer them to there customers.
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The guy when I phoned up today to switch from racing tv on sky to virgin media. He reckons the club days for the rest of the year are being finalised and will be published shortly,but virgin media have pulled this option for club days for its customers
Obviously when the racing tv club days are announced which I’m assuming the first one will be after 19th July then the website I would imagine will be updated and it will explain that virgin media viewers can no longer apply for club days