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Rangers fans raise complaints about club's CCCS ticketing scheme

Rangers fans have taken to Twitter to complain about the club’s Continuous Credit Card Scheme (CCCS) with regards tickets to cup finals and away matches.

Some fans have been left disappointed by the Cup Final ballot which has naturally seen some of the most loyal fans around miss out on a ticket.

Others are disappointed that their allocation for away games this season has been minimal or non-existent.


The complaints generally stem from a lack of fairness or parity on how tickets are distributed on the scheme, particularly for away league fixtures.

People who’ve been on the scheme all season haven’t been allocated a ticket or have only been allocated one or two, whilst some have been allocated multiple.

Rangers supporters are calling for more clarity on the decision-making process concerning CCCS.

Some have even called for a point-based system which sees more attractive matches – such as those away to Celtic, Hibs, Aberdeen or Hearts – given to supporters with more points.

Rangers fans want more clarity over how the CCCS scheme works. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

The conversation has sprung up after the club’s Supporters Liaison Officer Greg Marshall announced that the CCCS ballot had taken place for the match with Hibs.

Rangers are scheduled to travel to Easter Road on Friday the 20th of December.

It’s not the only high-profile clash Gers fans have had on Twitter in the last week or so either.

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