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    Guest Cards

    A Guest card is a transferable guest pass that allows the bearer access to the Members Reserve for all match days in which members are able to attend. 

    Guest card holders are not entitled to access “member-only” areas such as the Long Room, Frank Grey Smith Bar and levels 2 and 3 balcony seating unless the relevant internal pass (e.g., Balcony pass) has been obtained for them by the hosting member.  

    Members elected to Full membership prior to November 1986 have the option annually to purchase a Guest card.  Full members elected prior to 1936 have the option to purchase two cards. 

    Note: Some members have previously surrendered this entitlement in favour of proposing a female candidate for Full membership as was permissible under the club rules up until 2004.

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