Rotherham United are encouraging supporters who purchased iFollow Millers match passes for last Saturday’s postponed fixture with Derby County to keep hold of the codes they were issued with at the weekend, which will remain valid for the fixture on its rearranged date.
We are aware that a number of fans had purchased iFollow passes for the match on Saturday 19th December before its postponement, which came about following a positive case of Covid-19 for a member of Paul Warne’s squad, with further players showing symptoms of the virus on the day of the fixure.
Following conversations with the EFL and the subsequent medical advice provided by them and that of our own doctors, the club took the decision to request the postponement, which was approved by the EFL.
The game will now be rearranged at a later date, with any streaming passes bought ahead of the date of when the fixture was originally scheduled remaining valid to use for the rearranged clash.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank supporters for continuing to get behind the club with the purchasing of iFollow Millers video passes - all of the money after collection costs from each sale comes back to Rotherham United and provides us with an important income stream in the absence of match ticket sales.