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Old 05-10-2005, 02:34 PM
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Just wondering has anybody from here ever gone over to a Barca game? I'm thinking od heading over at some stage this season and i'm wondering where the best place to get tickets for a match is?
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Old 05-10-2005, 03:03 PM
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I've been over easy enough to get tickets maybe Jay L or FOTRB will let ya know they've both been a few times.
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Old 05-10-2005, 03:33 PM
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Just wondering has anybody from here ever gone over to a Barca game? I'm thinking od heading over at some stage this season and i'm wondering where the best place to get tickets for a match is?
but to be honest its dead easy, about 30 euros outside the ground, there is ually a bunch of oldish men there with their season tickets and you go in with them and can usually sit where you like....dont be fussy about the seats because you can move after a few minutes, security is a joke there.
Champions league is a bit more tricky depending on the game, i wouldnt pay more than 30/40 euros though. Let me know what match and i'll see if i can help. Barca fans typically dont want to fleece people so it should be grand
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Old 05-10-2005, 03:57 PM
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but to be honest its dead easy, about 30 euros outside the ground, there is ually a bunch of oldish men there with their season tickets and you go in with them and can usually sit where you like....dont be fussy about the seats because you can move after a few minutes, security is a joke there.
Champions league is a bit more tricky depending on the game, i wouldnt pay more than 30/40 euros though. Let me know what match and i'll see if i can help. Barca fans typically dont want to fleece people so it should be grand

I was at the Barca vs Celtic game. It's very easy get tickets for the BHarca game but make sure you walk straight past the old men that FOTRB has mentioned. You'll pay a tenner/twenty extra than is needed. Walk straight past them and up to the club ticket office. Make sure you get a ticket for low down though. I had to walk 14 flights of stairs but WELL, WELL worth it. Have a search for some of my posts, you'll see pics there somewhere.
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Old 05-10-2005, 03:59 PM
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Yep, Ticketoffice at the ground, no problem. The obvious exception to this rule would be a Real Madrid game.
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Old 05-10-2005, 04:01 PM
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I was at the Barca vs Celtic game. It's very easy get tickets for the BHarca game but make sure you walk straight past the old men that FOTRB has mentioned. You'll pay a tenner/twenty extra than is needed. Walk straight past them and up to the club ticket office. Make sure you get a ticket for low down though. I had to walk 14 flights of stairs but WELL, WELL worth it. Have a search for some of my posts, you'll see pics there somewhere.
you'll pay less with the old men than at ticket office incidentally, i've never paid more than 15 but was told by my mate last week that its gone up this year? maybe they just tried to rip you off!!!!if you give show them what they'll give you then they'll accept. Maye nobody was arsed about the barca celtic game more like though
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Old 05-10-2005, 04:04 PM
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you'll pay less with the old men than at ticket office incidentally, i've never paid more than 15 but was told by my mate last week that its gone up this year? maybe they just tried to rip you off!!!!if you give show them what they'll give you then they'll accept. Maye nobody was arsed about the barca celtic game more like though

Yeah the full house did show a lack of interest alright.

I'm only going by my experience and those guys aren't selling tickets at a loss.
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Old 05-10-2005, 04:08 PM
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Yeah the full house did show a lack of interest alright.

I'm only going by my experience and those guys aren't selling tickets at a loss.
i spoke spanish though, that could have helped......i suppose my point is, like at utd, dont get taken for a ride, they see irish and englsh people coming a mile off but if you act like you know what you want and are insistent you will get your way....
or else the ticket office, if there are tickets there!
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Old 05-10-2005, 04:12 PM
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i spoke spanish though, that could have helped......i suppose my point is, like at utd, dont get taken for a ride, they see irish and englsh people coming a mile off but if you act like you know what you want and are insistent you will get your way....
or else the ticket office, if there are tickets there!
Well the tickets they had on sale (the old fellas) were for the away end so perhaps that's why they were more expensive. The Celtic fans I know got theirs for the home end from the ticket office while I had mine sorted before I went out.

Either way I think both of us have given decent advice.

Also, if going, make sure you pop up to the training ground.
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Old 05-10-2005, 04:29 PM
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Well the tickets they had on sale (the old fellas) were for the away end so perhaps that's why they were more expensive. The Celtic fans I know got theirs for the home end from the ticket office while I had mine sorted before I went out.

Either way I think both of us have given decent advice.

Also, if going, make sure you pop up to the training ground.
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