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Originally posted by ccfcmurphy ccfcmurphy wrote:

Originally posted by Green Man Green Man wrote:

Originally posted by ccfcmurphy ccfcmurphy wrote:

Originally posted by Green Man Green Man wrote:

Ah I see, first timer here. Cheers lads. I'll get my application in before the deadline, recall a few earlier on this thread saying there should be enough tickets for all applicants, fingers crossed.

Any luck with the portal since ? I can't even get through to the ticket office, wonder does putting in a London address have anything to do with it ?
 


Nothing since amateur stuff, any luck getting through to the ticket office?  Gonna ring later myself. It really should be straightforward but seems they make it difficult. I doubt London address matters as I've Irish address and its the same .
No luck on the phone and no reply yet to an email I sent 5 days ago ... might end up in the home end at this rate Ouch
I don't think they're gonna email us back at this stage. No idea why it isn't automatic. Impossible to get them on the phone either, is  018999500 their only number? I'd say I won't bother if I don't get this sorted haven't booked flights accom yet?
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they will hardly have Tuborg Christmas  in June for us even Carlsberg know their product is sh*t
'Probably not the best beer in the world...' - Carlsberg changes its recipe after harsh reaction from drinkers

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Sorry if this is a stupid question but I’m applying for tickets and just wondering if I should apply for  lower or higher value general admission tickets and what’s the difference

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Originally posted by JPOD2000 JPOD2000 wrote:

Sorry if this is a stupid question but I’m applying for tickets and just wondering if I should apply for  lower or higher value general admission tickets and what’s the difference

Not a stupid question- apply for lower category ones. If they run out of those, they'll likely offer you higher category ones anyway. There may not even be 2 categories in reality, it's actually rare enough that we get a choice, usually we are all allocated tickets at a fixed price & that's it, regardless of what category applied for. 

That hasn't been the case in each & every game, usually on occasions where they are different, and there are different categories available, it could be seating in a different part of the ground (but you won't necessarily know what part of the ground that is at the time you apply) or a section where the view is a little better. For some games in Poland 2012, can't remember what exact stadium, lads who paid for higher price tickets were separated by about 20 yards and a fence from the riff raff in the lower cat. seats, even though they had a more or less identical view, so the higher price doesn't necessarily mean they are much better anyway. 


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Originally posted by deise316 deise316 wrote:

Originally posted by JPOD2000 JPOD2000 wrote:

Sorry if this is a stupid question but I’m applying for tickets and just wondering if I should apply for  lower or higher value general admission tickets and what’s the difference

Not a stupid question- apply for lower category ones. If they run out of those, they'll likely offer you higher category ones anyway. There may not even be 2 categories in reality, it's actually rare enough that we get a choice, usually we are all allocated tickets at a fixed price & that's it, regardless of what category applied for. 

That hasn't been the case in each & every game, usually on occasions where they are different, and there are different categories available, it could be seating in a different part of the ground (but you won't necessarily know what part of the ground that is at the time you apply) or a section where the view is a little better. For some games in Poland 2012, can't remember what exact stadium, lads who paid for higher price tickets were separated by about 20 yards and a fence from the riff raff in the lower cat. seats, even though they had a more or less identical view, so the higher price doesn't necessarily mean they are much better anyway. 




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Higher priced tickets it just increases the likelihood you will be sitting beside a gullible eejit than if you don’t.  
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The FAI get 200 higher category tickets, then the rest behind the goal. However, the higher category tickets mostly go to the likes of players wives, board members (if there are any left, har har har), fai staff, council members and various other hangers-on / VIPs. There are usually a few left over (bar sold out games, surprise surprise) which might be allocated to the lower down folk but the vast majority apply for the lower category and the vast majority get the lower category. Sure that's where all the fun is anyway.
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I click premium everytime for the craic and get lower cat every time. Was hoping for a vip box in Chisinau and Tbilisi, but ended up with the rest of the peasants behind the goal.
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it was worth the the in Serbia lads nice and dry in those seats
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Originally posted by Missy Missy wrote:

it was worth the the in Serbia lads nice and dry in those seats

The rest of us remained dry as well, the stadium has a roof. 


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And got our balls frisked by McGs Serbian police buddies. And not tennis balls !
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Originally posted by deise316 deise316 wrote:

Originally posted by Missy Missy wrote:

it was worth the the in Serbia lads nice and dry in those seats

The rest of us remained dry as well, the stadium has a roof. 


Well just about covered around 20 rows at a guess but didn't get wet .
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