The season ticket is probably THE sign of the committed football supporter.
The benefits for the fan are is that you are guaranteed to watch the match at the club’s home ground.
You also get first shout for away tickets and for European games.
The advantage for the club is clear of course it is cash up front.
The problem for a Rangers fan now is to question the wisdom of buying a season ticket at all.
Like their city rivals Ibrox is rarely at capacity.
The ST means that you will have your seat at the home fixtures for the Glasgow derby, but little else in terms of domestic football.
As of January 31st 2012 Rangers had sold 37,200 season tickets bringing in £18.6million to the club.
The renewal notices go out in only four weeks.
With the Ticketus revelations in the Daily Record how many will be reconsidering the wisdom of this donation?