Rangers send important notice to fans ahead of Ibrox ticketing upgrade
Photo by Christof Koepsel/Bongarts/Getty Images

Rangers send important notice to fans ahead of Ibrox ticketing upgrade

Rangers have sent supporters an important ticketing message ahead of Sunday’s first domestic game of the season at Ibrox.
The Ibrox club has introduced a new ticketing system at the ground which involves the use of new scanners outside the stadium.
Fans must ding smartcard season tickets or paper tickets in the scanners in order to gain entry to the ground.

The above video is a handy guide as to how the new smartcard scanner system will work.
The club has also warned supporters about potential delays as supporters get used to the new system and are urging fans to get down with plenty of time to spare to avoid delays.
Rangers have said in a statement that they have “thoroughly tested the process and are confident in its success.”
As part of the system, smartcards are valid for all the turnstiles within its designated area in addition to the turnstiles printed on the smartcard.
The club added that as a “responsible organisation” they have also ensured an additional back-up plan is in place to ensure supporters can gain access to the match safely.
Finally, Rangers have reminded supporters than the segregating CBRN barriers will be up for Hibs supporters coming to the stadium.

A new ticketing system is set to be introduced at Rangers. (Photo by Christof Koepsel/Bongarts/Getty Images)

The introduction of the scanners is just one of numerous updates to the stadium which have taken place over the course of the summer.
Read more about those HERE [Four Lads had a Dream].