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NinjaTuna

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Hi guys, is anyone able to let me know how to buy the family package for Rochdale next week? I tried buying two adults and two singles but wasn't able to get it discounted?
 

Saoirse

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Hi guys, is anyone able to let me know how to buy the family package for Rochdale next week? I tried buying two adults and two singles but wasn't able to get it discounted?
The online system doesn't normally work for the family package, you have to phone the Ticket Office. Make sure you select Option 2, which is "actually talk to a human being", otherwise you'll just be on an automated Ticketmeister system which won't work either.
 
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Saoirse

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Does anyone know what queue times are like to get into Wembley Central after games? I've not done it before but need to try to get to Paddington pronto tomorrow night, especially if we go to ET/penalties, and guessing it's the quickest option.
 

thebenjamin

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Does anyone know what queue times are like to get into Wembley Central after games? I've not done it before but need to try to get to Paddington pronto tomorrow night, especially if we go to ET/penalties, and guessing it's the quickest option.
If you leave at full time it can be an hour long wait. After Liverpool 4-1 it was an hour and 15 minutes. If you leave with 7 or 8 minutes to go it can only take a few minutes.
 

Saoirse

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If you leave at full time it can be an hour long wait. After Liverpool 4-1 it was an hour and 15 minutes. If you leave with 7 or 8 minutes to go it can only take a few minutes.
Ouchies, almost certainly better going to Baker Street and changing then rather than to Wembley Central, thanks for the heads up!!!
 

Gbspurs

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Never thought I would say this but I am going to miss Wembley
Its easier for me to get to, its great having record attendances and the ease of getting tickets is amazing. That said we need to get home, even though it will make it harder for me to get to enjoy matches like tomorrow night.
 

Don_Felipe

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Ease of getting tickets is great... But if anyone hasn't got them for seeing City inevitably win the league at our gaff yet - get in quick there aren't many left....
 

Hoddle_Ledge

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Anyone ever tried getting into Wembley using a photo of the barcode on the membership card?

Completely done my back in, can barely move. Trying to shift my ticket but I'm too far away for anyone to pick it up.
 

zaireeka

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Hi all,

Long time lurker here, looking for a bit of advice. I've randomly volunteered to assist a non-english speaking wheelchair using, Juve fan and his wife get to the stadium tonight. They're planning on getting a cab from Marylebone (where they're picking up their tickets) at around 6pm. They're nervous as they've never been to an overseas game before so I'm going to jump in and help get them to the stadium and deal with any potential mishaps along the way.

My question is this: Does anyone have experience of this journey, by road, at around this time on match day and can give an estimate on how long it might take? I'm tempted to persuade them to use the train instead . Although there appears to be quite a lot of assistance for wheelchair users getting to the stadium this way, it may come with obvious pitfalls.

Cheers!
 
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