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|Tea (part 2)|
at 20:42 24 Jan 2018
The 'Boro match was not all bad. Proof that silent boycotts do work? Tea in the Upper Loft went up from £2.20 to a shocking £3 this year so a few of us said no thanks. But on Saturday they reverted to £2.20. All very strange...
Back in November there was a thread about this. https://www.fansnetwork.co.uk/football/queensparkrangers/forum/212267/page:1
This followed the annual BBC survey of the cost of football. Wonder why the change?
at 21:28 16 Mar 2017
Tickets have gone straight to general sale at £30. Bit steep for a Tuesday night but at least not on Sky and the last three aways at Villa have been entertaining matches. Think I'll give it a go as I'm still fuming from the time wasting by their 'keeper in out 1-0 reverse at home.
|Chance for QPR Season Ticket Holders to Support the Wild Thing|
at 18:42 30 Oct 2014
Many R's fans hearts have been warmed this season by the turnaround Gareth Ainsworth has so far produced at Wycombe Wanderers. After almost dropping out of the Football League last season they are sitting second.
Those of you who live out west of town and have fond memories of his style and committment as a player have the chance to turn out and support his big table topping match on 17th November as they are offering free admission for the match to QPR ST holders. (£18 for others).
Ok: it is a Monday and it is also ive on Sky, but it is the international break weekend so we might be desperate for some proper football.
Details of the offer are at http://www.wycombewanderers.co.uk/news/article/under-19s-go-free-for-burton-fixt
Only downside is that you might have to rub shoulders with Brentford and MK Dons fans...
|OFF TOPIC - Best way to get Nou Camp Match Tickets|
at 16:31 11 Aug 2014
Does any one have advice on how best to get tickets for a standard Barcelona home La Liga match? (I won't let it clash with an R's match, promise!)
There are five of us going to the city but only three to the match. Having done lots of online research, there seem to be
Option 1. Buy direct via the club website or ticketmaster. Barca rarely sell out all 99,000 tickets so availability is good. However you have to wait until a few weeks before the match and - judging by current on sale matches - it is hard to get seats together.
Option 2. Buy via a hotel package with the likes of Thomas Cook or SoccerWeekends. Disadvantage is that the seats are high up and the lumped in hotel deals don't work with our party size and nature. Also seem a bit pricey for what you get.
Option 3. But now via Viagogo. They have seats for all season, seated together and "guaranteed". Good availability for most matches. Pricing is however a bit wierd as the ones with clear row numbers are expensive but adjacent ones lacking clear row numbers are far cheaper.
I also understand that the atmosphere can be poor in the high seats. Is is best to pay more and get lower down?
Any tips much appreciated...
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