Man City - TUESDAY 18TH JAN 2011 - 7.45pm

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Nottingham Fox

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The game will again be broadcast live on ESPN.

The club has been allocated 6,000 tickets at the following prices:

Adults £15

Over 65's £10

16 to 21 year olds £10

Under 16's £5

In line with the club's priority ticketing policy, tickets will be made available to priority 1 and 2 Season Ticket Holders first, followed by priority 3 Season Ticket Holders, Members and the general public, should any tickets remain available.

Full selling details:

Priority 1 and Priority 2 Season Ticket Holders:
(One Ticket per Season Ticket reference)

Online orders only
Monday from 5pm
In person and online
Tuesday from 9am

Priority 3 Season Ticket Holders:
(One ticket per Season Ticket reference)

Online and in person.
Wednesday from 9am

Members:
(One ticket per Membership number)

Should any tickets remain, these will go on sale on-line and in person.
Thursday from 9am.

General Sale:
(Maximum 4 tickets per person)

Should any tickets still remain, these will go on sale on-line and in person.
Friday from 9am

Supporters who are already registered on the Away Ticket Pre-Order scheme will have their tickets posted to them automatically.

The Ticket Office phone lines (0844 815 5000) will also be open between 9am and 5pm on each day, however supporters are advised that waiting times should be expected at busy times and to avoid the queues, supporters are being advised to buy on-line at www.lcfc.com.

Fox Travel:
Leicester City will be operating its normal Fox Travel Service for this game, which will be leaving the Walkers Stadium at 2pm on the Tuesday afternoon.

Prices are as follows:

Adults
Season Ticket Holders £20
Non-Season Ticket Holders £23

Concessions:
(Under 18s & Over 60s)

Season Ticket Holders £18
Non-Season Ticket Holders £21

It's all yellow...

As City will be playing in yellow for the big game, we will be giving away a voucher for 50% OFF the official yellow away replica shirt for every Manchester City ticket purchased!

*Whilst stocks last
 
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Han

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I was almost persuaded to go to this, turns out I won't be able to leave leicester 'til 5, which is pushing it a bit. Bugger.
 

Jeff

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Is anyone from London driving up?
Just had a look at train tickets and they're on at £98!
Single tickets from London to Manchester on the afternoon of the game are still available for £17 (for example the 13:40, arriving in Manchester at 15:49, and some earlier trains).

Tickets are available to London on Wednesday morning for £23.50. (eg 10:35, and some later trains)

Total £40.50.

You should be able to find these tickets on the East Midlands Trains website.
 
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Jeff

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Or for a really cheap option...

On Megabus you can do the trip for £14


Leave London at midday, get to Manchester at 17:00 for £8

The first bus back after the match is at 4AM, which is £11, but there are later ones available for as little as £6.
 

supedaj

Member
The return is coming out at £59 - cant see a 10:35 but can see 10:23 and 10:42 - both of which are £59

As for megabus - thats not bad given the price but 5 hours on a coach is too long for me i'm afraid - would rather just pay a bit extra and get there in less than half the time...
 

bocadillo

Water Gypsy
Try the eastcoast site. I can still see £17 on the way up and £23.50 on the way back.

Trains for London leave Manchester at 15, 35 and 55 minutes past each hour all day, so you're definitely doing something wrong.
 

Jeff

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The return is coming out at £59 - cant see a 10:35 but can see 10:23 and 10:42 - both of which are £59
I was talking about the times they leave Manchester, you're looking at the time they arrive in London.

The 10:23 and 10:42 arrivals into London are £59.50.

The 10:35 departure from Manchester, which gets to London at 12:42, is £23.50.
 

supedaj

Member
Trains for London leave Manchester at 15, 35 and 55 minutes past each hour all day, so you're definitely doing something wrong.
Yep - ignore me. Was checking these prices on an iPhone browser (site doesnt load properly on work machine) and was zoomed in reading the arrival times thinking they were departures. I see them now at £23.50.

Cheers.
 

bocadillo

Water Gypsy
:018:

Use the East Midlands Trains site.

Then I'll get 1% commission. Now what can I buy for 40p?


Sorry, Jeff. I forgot about your bunce.

I always recommend eastcoast and the others that use the same style to people because I find them much more user-friendly. Others' views may differ.
 

Jeff

Administrator
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Sorry, Jeff. I forgot about your bunce.

I always recommend eastcoast and the others that use the same style to people because I find them much more user-friendly. Others' views may differ.
I'm not really that bothered about the 1%, I've just got into the habit of recommending the EMT site because it can be cheaper for people looking for fares from Leicester, which is what most people on here want.
If Eastcoast is cheaper I'll tell people to go there instead. It's certainly easier to compare fares on that site.

Thetrainline also pay me commission (more than EMT do) but I wouldn't recommend buying tickets from them. I have found their ticket alert thing to be useful though.
 
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supedaj

Member
Both are coming out the same price so it doesnt make a difference to me whatsoever. Going to ask the rest of the lads if they fancy going. Not sure if everyone will be up for it as its probably at least 1.5 days off work. If they agree, will get from EMT so at least Jeff gets a little commission from it ..

Will let you know if we end up going.

Thanks again
 

lee7

New Member
Just tried to buy tickets online for the first time and as i tried to proceed to checkout it said that i had tried to purchase too many tickets even though i had only tried to purchase 2 tickets one for me and one for my dad who are both season ticket holders.

Anyone had this problem before and can help?
 

lee7

New Member
Is it possible for P3 season ticket holders to purchase online today for man city or do i have to do it first thing tomorrow as this may be why i'm not allowed to purchase them?
 

Nottingham Fox

Moderator
Just tried to buy tickets online for the first time and as i tried to proceed to checkout it said that i had tried to purchase too many tickets even though i had only tried to purchase 2 tickets one for me and one for my dad who are both season ticket holders.

Anyone had this problem before and can help?
Read 5 or 6 posts prior to yours!

Is it possible for P3 season ticket holders to purchase online today for man city or do i have to do it first thing tomorrow as this may be why i'm not allowed to purchase them?
If your P3, then they are not on sale until tomorrow.
 

Yorkshire Vixen

Active Member
Its probably the best ground Ive been to (might have something to do with us winning 3-0 there!!!). Looks like we will be keeping ESPN for a few more days:)
 

Hazzman

New Member
Near on 2,000 flogged by 11.30.

SNOB ALERT
Tell ya what we have some Frankenstein supporters, you look at the state of them and think why are they shelling out £60 plus per person when they could do with a good ****ing wash and a new lot of clothes. Then you had the twat who came in and was unhappy, it was one per season ticket. Sorry love, **** off...back of the line until Friday....first smell of a game at a Premiership ground, you wanna come. I am aware of prices but considering the time of the year and all that. We couldn't sell out an away play-off semi-final last season in May. I know it's snobbish but it annoys the **** out of me.
 
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