I think for people the frustration is that we're having to be incentivised in such a way to go to the game.
At the start of the season we made some, on paper, what looked like stellar signings. Most of them have failed to do themselves or the club any justice. Our home form is like McGhee era bad at the moment, and we're scrapping it out for 3rd place against a club with nothing like the budget we've got.
I appreciate the club trying to get bums in seats, but they'd be better served taking a step back and evaluating why it is people aren't going. We've been humbled by Celtic at home and at Hampden in the last few weeks, and offered nothing at Ibrox. I read that 1/3rd of season ticket holders didn't turn up on Saturday. That's an incredibly damning figure if true.
I agree folk are quick to criticise, but this loyalty points nonsense is becoming farcical.
Edit: I think a more organic way of getting people to attend would be to play a much better brand of football and be more adventurous with our scouting. If we sign the players we've been linked with already this window, I can't see it being any different next season.
So it's bad that we are scrapping it out with a club with nothing like our budget (agreed) but we're also unhappy that we haven't been able to lay a glove on teams who's budget is far great than the disparity between ours and Killie?
What's a better brand of football? Playing like Hibs allegedly do? Look where they are. If we won the league playing the way we do now, nobody would give a fuck.
If not loyalty points then what system would be fairer?