Play-off tickets on general sale - but do what you can to beat the queues

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Albion have put tickets for their play-off semi-final at home to Derby on general sale.

But they have urged fans to print their tickets at home if possible or be prepared for long queues at the Amex.

As well as online and by calling 0844 327 1901, tickets for home fans will go on sale from the mobile kiosk outside the front of Brighton station from 6am tomorrow.

The club are bracing themselves for big queues ahead of the game.

Extra collection kiosks are being installed and the Seagulls are asking fans to arrive at the Amex 90 minutes before the 7.45pm kick-off if they want to pick up tickets bought online or by phone.

Ideally, they would like as many fans as possible to print at home or buy in person at the station.

Full ticket details – including important instructions on the print-at-home option, which is only available for tickets bought online – can be found at seagulls.co.uk.

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11:22pm Wed 7 May 14

rogerthefish says...

Think Albion shot themselves in the foot on this one, told one ticket only to people who had registered so we as a group could not guarantee seats with mates together so just going down the pub. Good luck.
Think Albion shot themselves in the foot on this one, told one ticket only to people who had registered so we as a group could not guarantee seats with mates together so just going down the pub. Good luck. rogerthefish
  • Score: -2

5:03am Thu 8 May 14

JeffLomer says...

rogerthefish wrote:
Think Albion shot themselves in the foot on this one, told one ticket only to people who had registered so we as a group could not guarantee seats with mates together so just going down the pub. Good luck.
Your not going because you can't sit together, so none off you can't sit on there own for 90mins what are you lot ten year old, get your tickets bought and cheer the boys on, so your telling everyone on here you would go down the pub if we made WEMBLEY if you couldn't sit together, great fans you lot are!!

I thought tickets would off gone come on Brighton fans get them bought!!

up the Albion!!!!
[quote][p][bold]rogerthefish[/bold] wrote: Think Albion shot themselves in the foot on this one, told one ticket only to people who had registered so we as a group could not guarantee seats with mates together so just going down the pub. Good luck.[/p][/quote]Your not going because you can't sit together, so none off you can't sit on there own for 90mins what are you lot ten year old, get your tickets bought and cheer the boys on, so your telling everyone on here you would go down the pub if we made WEMBLEY if you couldn't sit together, great fans you lot are!! I thought tickets would off gone come on Brighton fans get them bought!! up the Albion!!!! JeffLomer
  • Score: 5

12:56pm Thu 8 May 14

2ndCitySeagull says...

JeffLomer wrote:
rogerthefish wrote:
Think Albion shot themselves in the foot on this one, told one ticket only to people who had registered so we as a group could not guarantee seats with mates together so just going down the pub. Good luck.
Your not going because you can't sit together, so none off you can't sit on there own for 90mins what are you lot ten year old, get your tickets bought and cheer the boys on, so your telling everyone on here you would go down the pub if we made WEMBLEY if you couldn't sit together, great fans you lot are!!

I thought tickets would off gone come on Brighton fans get them bought!!

up the Albion!!!!
Still a good few 'limited' seats to be sold around the ground, some in two and threes and big sections at the back of the West Stand still available! I think Jeff has expressed the fella fans point of view well, but there are probably a lot of younger fans, mums and partners who would like to go but don't really want to be sat on their Jack Jones?

I really hoped this game would be properly sold out, looks like that's not gonna happen now.

Still lots more fans than usual so ramp up the noise, applause and cheers enjoy the experience and will the Albion on to victory!

Come on, put your hands up for Brighton...
[quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rogerthefish[/bold] wrote: Think Albion shot themselves in the foot on this one, told one ticket only to people who had registered so we as a group could not guarantee seats with mates together so just going down the pub. Good luck.[/p][/quote]Your not going because you can't sit together, so none off you can't sit on there own for 90mins what are you lot ten year old, get your tickets bought and cheer the boys on, so your telling everyone on here you would go down the pub if we made WEMBLEY if you couldn't sit together, great fans you lot are!! I thought tickets would off gone come on Brighton fans get them bought!! up the Albion!!!![/p][/quote]Still a good few 'limited' seats to be sold around the ground, some in two and threes and big sections at the back of the West Stand still available! I think Jeff has expressed the fella fans point of view well, but there are probably a lot of younger fans, mums and partners who would like to go but don't really want to be sat on their Jack Jones? I really hoped this game would be properly sold out, looks like that's not gonna happen now. Still lots more fans than usual so ramp up the noise, applause and cheers enjoy the experience and will the Albion on to victory! Come on, put your hands up for Brighton... 2ndCitySeagull
  • Score: 3

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