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Hi all,

 

Sorry if I'm posting this in the wrong place - 

Planning a trip to London+Liverpool in the next few weeks, hopeful I can get tickets for the Man City match.

 

Any chance I can get a tip on where to get tickets that are not 600£? I'm not kidding myself and know that considering the importance & popularity of the match I'll have to pay a lot regardless, but also feels like paying so much for a ticket is ridiculous.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks! :-)

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Fuck the match off, watch it in Town, somewhere you won’t get any bitters spoiling it, The Shankly is ok and Go somewhere nice for food. If we win, the atmosphere in Town will be ace. You could a fantastic day out. Get pissed, nice food and still manage to save money on the price of the ticket. Winner. 

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5 minutes ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

I think the smilie at the end might be a problem. 

I hadn't even noticed that 

 

 

 

 

 

Fuck off Code 

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Cant wait to see a few people begging for tickets on Bargain Bay coming up with a sob story about their Grandad or kids desperately needing to watch Liverpool for the last/first time. Even though they could probably get some for the Arsenal game in the cup. 

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12 hours ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

@g0lanb has an interesting posting history. The majority of posts have been asking for information on how to get match tickets. The first one posted was in 2011. I know it's hard to get tickets but 8 years later you still don't know how to get them?

 

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Thanks for the helpful comment brother, cheers.

I'm not from Liverpool or even the UK, merely a supporter from abroad who wants to watch his favorite team play. The post (or posts, I honestly don't remember) were from previous failed attempts to go on a trip to Liverpool.

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, g0lanb said:

 

Thanks for the helpful comment brother, cheers.

I'm not from Liverpool or even the UK, merely a supporter from abroad who wants to watch his favorite team play. The post (or posts, I honestly don't remember) were from previous failed attempts to go on a trip to Liverpool.

 

Hospitality tickets look to have sold out or just no longer available. If you have a member card, you could turn up on the day to the ticket office and ask for returns nearing kick-off (if the stewards ask you if you’re in the queue for collection or to buy, ALWAYS say collection). Failing that, I’ve been offered tickets at the Albert before, so you could try hanging around the area.

 

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1 hour ago, RobbieOR said:

I need 14 together. All behind the dugout. 

I can sort this for you. Meet me at the Nook bar in Chinatown at 3am tomorrow.

 

Bring cash. I don't do paypal. 

 

I can get you the fourteen tickets with a private q and a with the King for 30 euro a pop. 

 

 

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