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Play-off update: Tickets available - if you have bought before

The Argus: Albion expect to pack the Amex on Thursday Albion expect to pack the Amex on Thursday

Albion fans have been told they can still snap up play-off tickets.

But they must have bought a home or away ticket from the club in the last three seasons.

Tickets for the first leg of the semi-final at home to Derby on Thursday are available online via seagulls.co.uk and up to four can be bought per person, subject to purchase history.

Online purchasers are strongly advised to use the print-at-home option as the club expect a large number of collections and a long queueing time before the game.

Those unable to print at home are advised to collect from the Amex this afternoon, tomorrow or on Thursday morning, with the ticket office open from 9am until 7pm on each day.

Fans can also book by phone on 0844 327 1901. The print-at-home option is not available for telephone bookings.

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3:38pm Tue 6 May 14

Gee Jay says...

Come on, get those seats bought!
A full and loud crowd require for Thursday evening, think of the noise 2300 Abion away supporters made at Forest on Saturday and rachet that up a dozen times......make the Amex rock!
Come on, get those seats bought! A full and loud crowd require for Thursday evening, think of the noise 2300 Abion away supporters made at Forest on Saturday and rachet that up a dozen times......make the Amex rock! Gee Jay
  • Score: 13

4:49pm Tue 6 May 14

JeffLomer says...

Gee Jay wrote:
Come on, get those seats bought!
A full and loud crowd require for Thursday evening, think of the noise 2300 Abion away supporters made at Forest on Saturday and rachet that up a dozen times......make the Amex rock!
To right Gee Jay I was at forest game still got a sore throat, for some reason atmosphere always better at away games,like he said sing your hearts out for the lads,
Up the Albion!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Gee Jay[/bold] wrote: Come on, get those seats bought! A full and loud crowd require for Thursday evening, think of the noise 2300 Abion away supporters made at Forest on Saturday and rachet that up a dozen times......make the Amex rock![/p][/quote]To right Gee Jay I was at forest game still got a sore throat, for some reason atmosphere always better at away games,like he said sing your hearts out for the lads, Up the Albion!!!! JeffLomer
  • Score: 15

4:56pm Tue 6 May 14

scottishb;ue says...

To right the atmospher at forest was amazing and I,ve been to some big games in my life avid that was right up ther with the best tremendous support ,but at the amex it,s flat Apart from that Burnley game 9 men for most of the game so sing sing sing so your hearts content remember we are brighton super brighton from the south
To right the atmospher at forest was amazing and I,ve been to some big games in my life avid that was right up ther with the best tremendous support ,but at the amex it,s flat Apart from that Burnley game 9 men for most of the game so sing sing sing so your hearts content remember we are brighton super brighton from the south scottishb;ue
  • Score: 7

5:22pm Tue 6 May 14

saraman says...

scottishb;ue wrote:
To right the atmospher at forest was amazing and I,ve been to some big games in my life avid that was right up ther with the best tremendous support ,but at the amex it,s flat Apart from that Burnley game 9 men for most of the game so sing sing sing so your hearts content remember we are brighton super brighton from the south
My theory is that proportionally all of the vocal enthusiasts are concentrated into a small section of the ground away from home. This in turn gives the singing and chanting much greater emphasis.
Where I sit in the lower west, as hard as I try it is very hard in trying to encourage those around me to raise their voices.
The north stand at the Goldstone always was the extremely vocal part of the ground. I therefore respectfully suggest that those of you on here are mainly north standers at The Amex. Anyway, I shall be giving it my all on Thursday.
[quote][p][bold]scottishb;ue[/bold] wrote: To right the atmospher at forest was amazing and I,ve been to some big games in my life avid that was right up ther with the best tremendous support ,but at the amex it,s flat Apart from that Burnley game 9 men for most of the game so sing sing sing so your hearts content remember we are brighton super brighton from the south[/p][/quote]My theory is that proportionally all of the vocal enthusiasts are concentrated into a small section of the ground away from home. This in turn gives the singing and chanting much greater emphasis. Where I sit in the lower west, as hard as I try it is very hard in trying to encourage those around me to raise their voices. The north stand at the Goldstone always was the extremely vocal part of the ground. I therefore respectfully suggest that those of you on here are mainly north standers at The Amex. Anyway, I shall be giving it my all on Thursday. saraman
  • Score: 5

8:24pm Tue 6 May 14

graham w says...

all you guys are absolutly right forrest was amazing...yesterday ...i went up to heathrow to pick up my sis.. in law from nz, stood next to reading taxidriver who was still in shock !!!!!!!!!!!!.yesterd
ay the tickets wernt going on general sale ... today they cant give them away.. it tickles me,they forget they have a hard core of support, the rest are hangers on ... this match they have to pay for their ticket and their bus fare...the tight barstewards wont pay........if ever a game should have sold out this one should .......but it wont... will it
all you guys are absolutly right forrest was amazing...yesterday ...i went up to heathrow to pick up my sis.. in law from nz, stood next to reading taxidriver who was still in shock !!!!!!!!!!!!.yesterd ay the tickets wernt going on general sale ... today they cant give them away.. it tickles me,they forget they have a hard core of support, the rest are hangers on ... this match they have to pay for their ticket and their bus fare...the tight barstewards wont pay........if ever a game should have sold out this one should .......but it wont... will it graham w
  • Score: 0

8:27pm Tue 6 May 14

OldGull says...

Upper west has been a lot quieter this year.
I will try my best to get them singing on thursday
"We're the west stand, we're the west stand, we're the west stand Brighton Boys"...............
............
Upper west has been a lot quieter this year. I will try my best to get them singing on thursday "We're the west stand, we're the west stand, we're the west stand Brighton Boys"............... ............ OldGull
  • Score: 4

9:52pm Tue 6 May 14

mark by the sea says...

graham w wrote:
all you guys are absolutly right forrest was amazing...yesterday ...i went up to heathrow to pick up my sis.. in law from nz, stood next to reading taxidriver who was still in shock !!!!!!!!!!!!.yesterd

ay the tickets wernt going on general sale ... today they cant give them away.. it tickles me,they forget they have a hard core of support, the rest are hangers on ... this match they have to pay for their ticket and their bus fare...the tight barstewards wont pay........if ever a game should have sold out this one should .......but it wont... will it
Let's not worry about if it's 25000 or 30000 , we all need to support the team and get right behind them.
[quote][p][bold]graham w [/bold] wrote: all you guys are absolutly right forrest was amazing...yesterday ...i went up to heathrow to pick up my sis.. in law from nz, stood next to reading taxidriver who was still in shock !!!!!!!!!!!!.yesterd ay the tickets wernt going on general sale ... today they cant give them away.. it tickles me,they forget they have a hard core of support, the rest are hangers on ... this match they have to pay for their ticket and their bus fare...the tight barstewards wont pay........if ever a game should have sold out this one should .......but it wont... will it[/p][/quote]Let's not worry about if it's 25000 or 30000 , we all need to support the team and get right behind them. mark by the sea
  • Score: 5

10:13pm Tue 6 May 14

Ex-pat Arnie says...

mark by the sea wrote:
graham w wrote:
all you guys are absolutly right forrest was amazing...yesterday ...i went up to heathrow to pick up my sis.. in law from nz, stood next to reading taxidriver who was still in shock !!!!!!!!!!!!.yesterd


ay the tickets wernt going on general sale ... today they cant give them away.. it tickles me,they forget they have a hard core of support, the rest are hangers on ... this match they have to pay for their ticket and their bus fare...the tight barstewards wont pay........if ever a game should have sold out this one should .......but it wont... will it
Let's not worry about if it's 25000 or 30000 , we all need to support the team and get right behind them.
Agreed - the difference in noise is negligible, you just need everyone to do their bit. But you can draw a horse to water... some people just don't like making a noise.

Does anyone know what the likely capacity for this match is? How many are Derby bringing down? (Loads, if they've got any sense, it's not very nice up there...)
[quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]graham w [/bold] wrote: all you guys are absolutly right forrest was amazing...yesterday ...i went up to heathrow to pick up my sis.. in law from nz, stood next to reading taxidriver who was still in shock !!!!!!!!!!!!.yesterd ay the tickets wernt going on general sale ... today they cant give them away.. it tickles me,they forget they have a hard core of support, the rest are hangers on ... this match they have to pay for their ticket and their bus fare...the tight barstewards wont pay........if ever a game should have sold out this one should .......but it wont... will it[/p][/quote]Let's not worry about if it's 25000 or 30000 , we all need to support the team and get right behind them.[/p][/quote]Agreed - the difference in noise is negligible, you just need everyone to do their bit. But you can draw a horse to water... some people just don't like making a noise. Does anyone know what the likely capacity for this match is? How many are Derby bringing down? (Loads, if they've got any sense, it's not very nice up there...) Ex-pat Arnie
  • Score: 6

1:49am Wed 7 May 14

Free money says...

Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
mark by the sea wrote:
graham w wrote:
all you guys are absolutly right forrest was amazing...yesterday ...i went up to heathrow to pick up my sis.. in law from nz, stood next to reading taxidriver who was still in shock !!!!!!!!!!!!.yesterd



ay the tickets wernt going on general sale ... today they cant give them away.. it tickles me,they forget they have a hard core of support, the rest are hangers on ... this match they have to pay for their ticket and their bus fare...the tight barstewards wont pay........if ever a game should have sold out this one should .......but it wont... will it
Let's not worry about if it's 25000 or 30000 , we all need to support the team and get right behind them.
Agreed - the difference in noise is negligible, you just need everyone to do their bit. But you can draw a horse to water... some people just don't like making a noise.

Does anyone know what the likely capacity for this match is? How many are Derby bringing down? (Loads, if they've got any sense, it's not very nice up there...)
The club was killed from the scum Archer days.The Dunks and the Elphicks playing in the park with their Chelsea & Liverpool tops on.Brighton are pure rubbish mate.I became a fan from the age of 8 so its my club for life.
[quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]graham w [/bold] wrote: all you guys are absolutly right forrest was amazing...yesterday ...i went up to heathrow to pick up my sis.. in law from nz, stood next to reading taxidriver who was still in shock !!!!!!!!!!!!.yesterd ay the tickets wernt going on general sale ... today they cant give them away.. it tickles me,they forget they have a hard core of support, the rest are hangers on ... this match they have to pay for their ticket and their bus fare...the tight barstewards wont pay........if ever a game should have sold out this one should .......but it wont... will it[/p][/quote]Let's not worry about if it's 25000 or 30000 , we all need to support the team and get right behind them.[/p][/quote]Agreed - the difference in noise is negligible, you just need everyone to do their bit. But you can draw a horse to water... some people just don't like making a noise. Does anyone know what the likely capacity for this match is? How many are Derby bringing down? (Loads, if they've got any sense, it's not very nice up there...)[/p][/quote]The club was killed from the scum Archer days.The Dunks and the Elphicks playing in the park with their Chelsea & Liverpool tops on.Brighton are pure rubbish mate.I became a fan from the age of 8 so its my club for life. Free money
  • Score: -7

1:56am Wed 7 May 14

Free money says...

mark by the sea wrote:
graham w wrote:
all you guys are absolutly right forrest was amazing...yesterday ...i went up to heathrow to pick up my sis.. in law from nz, stood next to reading taxidriver who was still in shock !!!!!!!!!!!!.yesterd


ay the tickets wernt going on general sale ... today they cant give them away.. it tickles me,they forget they have a hard core of support, the rest are hangers on ... this match they have to pay for their ticket and their bus fare...the tight barstewards wont pay........if ever a game should have sold out this one should .......but it wont... will it
Let's not worry about if it's 25000 or 30000 , we all need to support the team and get right behind them.
Thing is the money has taken the lower working class out the game.Like it or not they made the day in many ways.Some may not like me saying it but palace still have a hardgore group of lads.The rich only go for the food and drink lets face it,and tell their friends about the knew 4x4.
[quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]graham w [/bold] wrote: all you guys are absolutly right forrest was amazing...yesterday ...i went up to heathrow to pick up my sis.. in law from nz, stood next to reading taxidriver who was still in shock !!!!!!!!!!!!.yesterd ay the tickets wernt going on general sale ... today they cant give them away.. it tickles me,they forget they have a hard core of support, the rest are hangers on ... this match they have to pay for their ticket and their bus fare...the tight barstewards wont pay........if ever a game should have sold out this one should .......but it wont... will it[/p][/quote]Let's not worry about if it's 25000 or 30000 , we all need to support the team and get right behind them.[/p][/quote]Thing is the money has taken the lower working class out the game.Like it or not they made the day in many ways.Some may not like me saying it but palace still have a hardgore group of lads.The rich only go for the food and drink lets face it,and tell their friends about the knew 4x4. Free money
  • Score: -4

3:59am Wed 7 May 14

c.s.holmes says...

Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
mark by the sea wrote:
graham w wrote:
all you guys are absolutly right forrest was amazing...yesterday ...i went up to heathrow to pick up my sis.. in law from nz, stood next to reading taxidriver who was still in shock !!!!!!!!!!!!.yesterd



ay the tickets wernt going on general sale ... today they cant give them away.. it tickles me,they forget they have a hard core of support, the rest are hangers on ... this match they have to pay for their ticket and their bus fare...the tight barstewards wont pay........if ever a game should have sold out this one should .......but it wont... will it
Let's not worry about if it's 25000 or 30000 , we all need to support the team and get right behind them.
Agreed - the difference in noise is negligible, you just need everyone to do their bit. But you can draw a horse to water... some people just don't like making a noise.

Does anyone know what the likely capacity for this match is? How many are Derby bringing down? (Loads, if they've got any sense, it's not very nice up there...)
You gave Derby 2850 tickets and a further 200 today because you can't fill your ground even with your famous padded seats singing albionnnnnn as dull, flat and boring as watching paint dry. Two games left season over for a club with no history and to close to France as the late great Brian Clough once said. WE ARE DERBY.
[quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]graham w [/bold] wrote: all you guys are absolutly right forrest was amazing...yesterday ...i went up to heathrow to pick up my sis.. in law from nz, stood next to reading taxidriver who was still in shock !!!!!!!!!!!!.yesterd ay the tickets wernt going on general sale ... today they cant give them away.. it tickles me,they forget they have a hard core of support, the rest are hangers on ... this match they have to pay for their ticket and their bus fare...the tight barstewards wont pay........if ever a game should have sold out this one should .......but it wont... will it[/p][/quote]Let's not worry about if it's 25000 or 30000 , we all need to support the team and get right behind them.[/p][/quote]Agreed - the difference in noise is negligible, you just need everyone to do their bit. But you can draw a horse to water... some people just don't like making a noise. Does anyone know what the likely capacity for this match is? How many are Derby bringing down? (Loads, if they've got any sense, it's not very nice up there...)[/p][/quote]You gave Derby 2850 tickets and a further 200 today because you can't fill your ground even with your famous padded seats singing albionnnnnn as dull, flat and boring as watching paint dry. Two games left season over for a club with no history and to close to France as the late great Brian Clough once said. WE ARE DERBY. c.s.holmes
  • Score: -8

12:12pm Wed 7 May 14

Joel'sGrandad says...

c.s.holmes wrote:
Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
mark by the sea wrote:
graham w wrote:
all you guys are absolutly right forrest was amazing...yesterday ...i went up to heathrow to pick up my sis.. in law from nz, stood next to reading taxidriver who was still in shock !!!!!!!!!!!!.yesterd




ay the tickets wernt going on general sale ... today they cant give them away.. it tickles me,they forget they have a hard core of support, the rest are hangers on ... this match they have to pay for their ticket and their bus fare...the tight barstewards wont pay........if ever a game should have sold out this one should .......but it wont... will it
Let's not worry about if it's 25000 or 30000 , we all need to support the team and get right behind them.
Agreed - the difference in noise is negligible, you just need everyone to do their bit. But you can draw a horse to water... some people just don't like making a noise.

Does anyone know what the likely capacity for this match is? How many are Derby bringing down? (Loads, if they've got any sense, it's not very nice up there...)
You gave Derby 2850 tickets and a further 200 today because you can't fill your ground even with your famous padded seats singing albionnnnnn as dull, flat and boring as watching paint dry. Two games left season over for a club with no history and to close to France as the late great Brian Clough once said. WE ARE DERBY.
We're practically French
We're practically Fre-e-nch
We are so southern
We're practically French

Enjoy the game, mon ami
UTA
[quote][p][bold]c.s.holmes[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]graham w [/bold] wrote: all you guys are absolutly right forrest was amazing...yesterday ...i went up to heathrow to pick up my sis.. in law from nz, stood next to reading taxidriver who was still in shock !!!!!!!!!!!!.yesterd ay the tickets wernt going on general sale ... today they cant give them away.. it tickles me,they forget they have a hard core of support, the rest are hangers on ... this match they have to pay for their ticket and their bus fare...the tight barstewards wont pay........if ever a game should have sold out this one should .......but it wont... will it[/p][/quote]Let's not worry about if it's 25000 or 30000 , we all need to support the team and get right behind them.[/p][/quote]Agreed - the difference in noise is negligible, you just need everyone to do their bit. But you can draw a horse to water... some people just don't like making a noise. Does anyone know what the likely capacity for this match is? How many are Derby bringing down? (Loads, if they've got any sense, it's not very nice up there...)[/p][/quote]You gave Derby 2850 tickets and a further 200 today because you can't fill your ground even with your famous padded seats singing albionnnnnn as dull, flat and boring as watching paint dry. Two games left season over for a club with no history and to close to France as the late great Brian Clough once said. WE ARE DERBY.[/p][/quote]We're practically French We're practically Fre-e-nch We are so southern We're practically French Enjoy the game, mon ami UTA Joel'sGrandad
  • Score: 4

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