The compensation plan for Maccabi Tel Aviv’s subscribers has been revealed

Moshe Barda
Maccabi crowd
Maccabi Tel Aviv audience (Itzik Blanitsky)

Maccabi Tel Aviv will meet Zalgiris Kovna tonight (Thursday, 9:05 p.m.) in the 28th round of the regular season in the EuroLeague, where they arrive with a positive balance of 14 wins against 13 losses, and this when the club is simultaneously working on completing the roster of the same club Expected to publish in the coming days.

A war of iron swords imposed on the State of Israel after the abominable terrorist attack by Hamas resulted in the fact that all the sports teams in Israel had to move their games abroad and play without fans, which of course hurt them.

The national champion had time to play only one home game in the Euroleague against Partizan Belgrade in the opening round of the Euroleague and now ONE reveals the details regarding the expected outline for the compensation of the fans.

First the subscription is divided into two, the Euroleague and the local league. Maccabi Tel Aviv decided to count the league games as an important value of the subscription, and from this point of view, the Yellows are expected to give subscribers the semi-finals and final of the playoffs for free (subscriptions include tickets until the quarter-finals stage).

Also, it is expected that a cash credit will be given in the amount of about 15 percent and in addition to that the rest of the amount will be set aside for two years, with part of it being used to purchase the next subscription next season and the season after that, as well as for benefits in the club store.

Also, the subscription price will remain as it was and will not increase next season for the benefit of the fans who currently have the subscription. As far as the team is concerned, the single Euroleague game that the fans watched at the Menorah Mivathim Hall is considered to be about 3-4 percent, and together with the playoff benefit, the team compensates about 110 percent of the subscription.

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