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Wembley tickets

Sparky

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does anyone know if you buy unreserved tickets? E.g if I want to sit with my mate who lives in London, do I need to get them rather than separately?
 

Ian

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Not sure Sparky. I havent quite worked out what the different areas are. Theres a singing section?
 
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I have attached the stadium plan which might be of use when choosing your tickets. We seem to (initially) have sections 133 to 142.
 

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Cowshed Kid

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Singing sections!
What's that all about?
Is the alternative a 'mute' section?
We've booked into one, 135, which pretty much equates to where we sit at PP.
Be good to have some banter with South Park lads.
There'll be trouble if they don't have a philharmonic section as well!
 

Ian

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Bit of a nonesense really. Although as I'm taking my 6-year old I've opted for the "non singing section" just incase it gets a little hairy in there.
 

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I'm the same Ian. Booked section 136 with my 10 year old although he was happily singing away on Saturday!

I'm sure every section will be singing if things go our way!
 

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How many did they take last year?
 
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Alan King, Barry Dyson
Got my ticket. Block 139, row 18, seat 176. If anyone is sitting nearby, you are welcome to say hello.
 
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Alan King, Barry Dyson
Much as I'm looking forward to Sunday, I'm glad we don't play there every week. Forty quid for tier five football! Although I seem to remember paying more to see the League Cup final 17 years ago. What p****s me off is the add-ons to the basic price. Booking costs £3 - how else do you order your ticket? Paying for delivery is OK, but not for printing it out on your own printer or to collect it from the ticket office. I have decided not to eat at their restaurant. They would probably have charged me to book a table then asked me to pay extra for cutlery and to sit down.;)
 

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