The problem with not having the card is that not all of us get the emails, so I don't trust that I would be able to get in to the games we've signed up for.I am not against sustainability, however if they truly want to avoid the use of plastic then don't offer the card at all. When your signing up or renewing your membership advise that tickets will be electronic and this will avoid any misunderstanding. They could also offer recycle bins for old membership cards at home games if they want as I have 15 years worth of them x 2 , so 30 cards.
They also offer a clear plastic bag as merchandise which negates the size of the plastic cards into landfill
To quote someone earlier, FMD that was the most difficult thing I've done in ages. And it's really making me think, after forking out another $87 ($66+ for postage) I think it'd be cheaper to buy tickets to the games instead. What a shemozzle of a website to try and navigate. I gave feedback. The feedback I gave was around the cost of postage, the membership of other NRL clubs, and Sydney Swans, and suggested they have a look on here at the feedback and comments, and got a reply: