I know some who qualify for that. I seem to remember record attendance for a testimonial match when giving out vouchers to apply for next round ticketsIf Brighton win then yes,you will have first dibs on tickets if you have the ticket stubs from the 83 final the replay plus the away tie at Middlesbrough this season.
We couldn't really give them about 300 more, it wouldn't work.I don’t agree though
- we could have given a few more to Grimsby
- of even greater relevance is that the club have been releasing tickets in cribs and drabs over the past 24 hours and for some that’s too late
Yeh there were about the same amount on the exchange for Weds and that’s just the people that bothered to list their tickets on there. It’s as good as sold out and even more so by match day - very good effort all things consideredWe couldn't really give them about 300 more, it wouldn't work.
Shame it looks like it's not going to quite sell out. But live on BBC1 and Mother's Day accounts for that.
There will still be more people in the stadium than your average Premier League fixture, where there is always a good smattering of absentee STHs
I might be wrong, but I think it depends on the opposition and nature of the specific game.'Tickets will not be on sale on the day of the match'.
What is the reason exactly for a game like this?
I know the days of strolling up and paying at the turnstile are long gone at our level, but seems a shame people can't just decide in the morning they fancy going to the match if there are still a few tickets left.