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fozzi44

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Some advice please. Hoping to travel from belfast for the Liverpool game on the 22 October. I can't get tickets through my normal route with the supporters club. I was wondering with the higher capacity would it be likely to get tickets when they come on general release (If they even do bearing in mind this is a cat a game) or whether to sign up again to one Hotspur and try and get some through early release?

Basically I need to book flights soon and am seeking to ensure that I will be able to get my hands on 2 tickets one way or another. Any advice on this would be really helpful.

Cheers folks
 

quackers

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Will be easy this season. Just need to know someone who has a membership for them to buy guest tickets
 

WalkerboyUK

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This is how easy it will be.... I got a pair of tickets for the Chelsea game, on General Sale.
The only potential blocker will be whether or not you are already registered and have a "Client Reference".
You needed this for Chelsea tickets, but not for Burnley, so I suspect it will be back in place for Liverpool game.
 

Blockbuster

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Guess it all depends on how we are doing doesn't it? if we are flying I'd imagine games will sell out eventually
 
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The club had to impose restrictions on the general sale of tickets for Chelsea. You had to be registered in their database before July 1 to be eligible to buy tickets. You would be considered "registered" if you have a client reference number as WalkerboyUK said. You get a client reference number if you have been a member, season ticket holder or bought anything from the shop through the web site. They are only having to apply this restriction to "high risk" matches. I believe that there are 3 more such fixtures - presumably the London derbies.
 

ghjk_91

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I'm trying to get tickets for the Bournemouth game for a guest. How do you assign tickets to non members? Do you just assign them to yourself?
 

Speedy

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I'm trying to get tickets for the Bournemouth game for a guest. How do you assign tickets to non members? Do you just assign them to yourself?
That's how it used to be, best thing is to buy them and n doubt ring the ticket office or email them
 

stevespurs

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After I don't know how many change of plans. It turns out I'll be in UK for 4days 11-15th Sept.
Tix for the Dortmund champs league game go on general sale on Monday 4th. Do I have a chance of getting a couple? Or is it impossible?
 

Gbspurs

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I'm in the queue on the website but there isnt even a doughnut of doom on there just a blank waiting screen. I hate our website.
 

Gbspurs

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I'm in the queue on the website but there isnt even a doughnut of doom on there just a blank waiting screen. I hate our website.
Wasn't too bad in the end, decent seats available but they certainly aren't cheap.
 

Marty

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Sorry to hijack this thread a bit, but I'd like a "ticket info" sticky thread where people who don't go to a lot of games can ask questions and more experienced members can try to answer.

Like my question now: Anyone know how easy/hard it will be to get tickets for Watford away early December? As a Lilywhite member with just under 100 points. What was the cut-off last season?

I'm planning a 10 day UK football tour that starts with Spurs-WBA and ends with Spurs-APOEL and this is the only other Spurs game during that run. Vicarage Road would be a nice ground to cross off the list.
 

punky

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Sorry to hijack this thread a bit, but I'd like a "ticket info" sticky thread where people who don't go to a lot of games can ask questions and more experienced members can try to answer.

Like my question now: Anyone know how easy/hard it will be to get tickets for Watford away early December? As a Lilywhite member with just under 100 points. What was the cut-off last season?

I'm planning a 10 day UK football tour that starts with Spurs-WBA and ends with Spurs-APOEL and this is the only other Spurs game during that run. Vicarage Road would be a nice ground to cross off the list.
Very, very unlikely. It would have gone to season ticket holders even before 18,000 joined. It's a local away game and Vicarage Road is quite small and it's probably going ot be a 3PM kick off as well.

I'd ask someone on here who has a season ticket and at least 150 LPs to apply for you.
 

Marty

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Very, very unlikely. It would have gone to season ticket holders even before 18,000 joined. It's a local away game and Vicarage Road is quite small and it's probably going ot be a 3PM kick off as well.

I'd ask someone on here who has a season ticket and at least 150 LPs to apply for you.
Cheers. Might just go for an FA Cup second round match instead, it's that weekend.
 

JollyHappy

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A question if someone can help?

I have 2 season tickets. Does this allow me to get any early member access (probably the guest on sale date?) and if so how many tickets can I then buy per season ticket?

Thanks for any replies
 

Jody

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Hi. Looking at tickets for the lpool game. Where is a good place to sit in the top tier (cheap seats!)? Never been to Wembley before.
 
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