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    Monday night. On the telly. Small away following and less than a glamour fixture.....

    I'm predicting this will be the first, maybe the only game that's not officially a sellout this season.

    Having said that, it's a Cat C game, there are no pre purchase restrictions and this is also a game that season ticket holders can bring a friend for £15.00

    This game is also an opportunity to have a record number of Albion fans in attendance for a Premier League fixture, due to the fact that Stoke only have an allocation of 1124 tickets. This should mean they are in the South stand B and C blocks meaning that D, E and F can be used by home fans if required. At this time blocks D and E are not on sale, nor is the shelf.

    My source for the info on Stoke's allocation is here: https://www.stokecityfc.com/news/bri...on-ticket-info

    Oddly, they are advising their fans who wish to sit to request seats near the front. How can one request to seat when the law says you have to sit in all seater stadia. Bloody good idea regardless!

    Currently available:-

    North: 23 (mostly front row/disabled)
    WSL: 115
    WSU: 16
    South: 481 (potential for another 1000+ in D and E blocks if required.
    ESL: 294
    ESU: 23

    There are also 96 hospitality tickets available for £192.00 each. This includes a 1901 seat, dining and booze.
    Don't take offence. I'm normally ruder than this.

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      Quote Originally Posted by kingcole View Post
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      Monday night. On the telly. Small away following and less than a glamour fixture.....

      I'm predicting this will be the first, maybe the only game that's not officially a sellout this season.

      Having said that, it's a Cat C game, there are no pre purchase restrictions and this is also a game that season ticket holders can bring a friend for £15.00

      This game is also an opportunity to have a record number of Albion fans in attendance for a Premier League fixture, due to the fact that Stoke only have an allocation of 1124 tickets. This should mean they are in the South stand B and C blocks meaning that D, E and F can be used by home fans if required. At this time blocks D and E are not on sale, nor is the shelf.

      My source for the info on Stoke's allocation is here: https://www.stokecityfc.com/news/bri...on-ticket-info

      Oddly, they are advising their fans who wish to sit to request seats near the front. How can one request to seat when the law says you have to sit in all seater stadia. Bloody good idea regardless!

      Currently available:-

      North: 23 (mostly front row/disabled)
      WSL: 115
      WSU: 16
      South: 481 (potential for another 1000+ in D and E blocks if required.
      ESL: 294
      ESU: 23

      There are also 96 hospitality tickets available for £192.00 each. This includes a 1901 seat, dining and booze.
      Thanks for the heads up. The stoke fans want Mark Hughs out so perhaps we can oblige.
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      Quote Originally Posted by kingcole View Post
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      Monday night. On the telly. Small away following and less than a glamour fixture.....

      I'm predicting this will be the first, maybe the only game that's not officially a sellout this season.

      Having said that, it's a Cat C game, there are no pre purchase restrictions and this is also a game that season ticket holders can bring a friend for £15.00

      This game is also an opportunity to have a record number of Albion fans in attendance for a Premier League fixture, due to the fact that Stoke only have an allocation of 1124 tickets. This should mean they are in the South stand B and C blocks meaning that D, E and F can be used by home fans if required. At this time blocks D and E are not on sale, nor is the shelf.

      My source for the info on Stoke's allocation is here: https://www.stokecityfc.com/news/bri...on-ticket-info

      Oddly, they are advising their fans who wish to sit to request seats near the front. How can one request to seat when the law says you have to sit in all seater stadia. Bloody good idea regardless!

      Currently available:-

      North: 23 (mostly front row/disabled)
      WSL: 115
      WSU: 16
      South: 481 (potential for another 1000+ in D and E blocks if required.
      ESL: 294
      ESU: 23

      There are also 96 hospitality tickets available for £192.00 each. This includes a 1901 seat, dining and booze.
      Price still coming up as £30 for me
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      Price still coming up as £30 for me
      The £15 guest ticket is only available in certain blocks. However, when similar promotions have been run in previous seasons, the club have let you move to one of the promo blocks from your usual seat. Prob worth an email to supporter services.

      More details on the offer here: https://www.brightonandhovealbion.co...matchnew-page/
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      The £15 guest ticket is only available in certain blocks. However, when similar promotions have been run in previous seasons, the club have let you move to one of the promo blocks from your usual seat. Prob worth an email to supporter services.

      More details on the offer here: https://www.brightonandhovealbion.co...matchnew-page/
      Thanks for that
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      Here is the latest availabilty online.

      This fixture is also available via Ticket Master. Here you can only buy a seat to be allocated in E1H. It has a £3.50 booking fee and TM's own expensive delivery so it's best to get your ticket direct. You will also get loyalty points and a purchase history if you have not bought before.

      The figures below include 197 seats in E1H. I am not sure if the ticket master sales will be deducted from this when they are allocated. Whether a chunk of seats has already been made available to TM (in which case maybe they will come back or remain empty if unsold) or whether sales via TM reduce the available numbers of the Albion website in real time.....

      North: 25
      WSL: 79 (36 gone in last 2 days)
      WSU: 13 (3 gone in last 2 days)
      South: 418 (63 gone is last 2 days)
      ESL: 250 (44 gone is last 2 days)
      ESU: 20 (3 gone in last 2 days)

      Note that the shelf and D and E blocks in the south could provide a further circa 1500 seats if required in addition to any other pockets that may be made available. It would be one helluva an effort to sell this one out. Maybe wins this weekend and in Wales leaving a victory against Stoke to move into a Europe spot might do the trick.....
      Don't take offence. I'm normally ruder than this.
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      Quote Originally Posted by kingcole View Post
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      Here is the latest availabilty online.

      This fixture is also available via Ticket Master. Here you can only buy a seat to be allocated in E1H. It has a £3.50 booking fee and TM's own expensive delivery so it's best to get your ticket direct. You will also get loyalty points and a purchase history if you have not bought before.

      The figures below include 197 seats in E1H. I am not sure if the ticket master sales will be deducted from this when they are allocated. Whether a chunk of seats has already been made available to TM (in which case maybe they will come back or remain empty if unsold) or whether sales via TM reduce the available numbers of the Albion website in real time.....

      North: 25
      WSL: 79 (36 gone in last 2 days)
      WSU: 13 (3 gone in last 2 days)
      South: 418 (63 gone is last 2 days)
      ESL: 250 (44 gone is last 2 days)
      ESU: 20 (3 gone in last 2 days)

      Note that the shelf and D and E blocks in the south could provide a further circa 1500 seats if required in addition to any other pockets that may be made available. It would be one helluva an effort to sell this one out. Maybe wins this weekend and in Wales leaving a victory against Stoke to move into a Europe spot might do the trick.....
      Will be strange to see The Amex less than rammed for a PL game but it is pretty much a perfect storm. 28K?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Moshe Gariani View Post
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      Will be strange to see The Amex less than rammed for a PL game but it is pretty much a perfect storm. 28K?

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      I reckon the offical attendance will also be in the low 29,000's however, the club will spin it as a sell out. Justified by not opening at least one block in the south and the shelf and the away attendance being a bit short of their allocation.

      Here's hoping I am wrong and the club need to open all blocks.
      Don't take offence. I'm normally ruder than this.

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