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Topic: Wales V England Tickets Wanted!!!
Posted By: scarlets 4eva
Subject: Wales V England Tickets Wanted!!!
Date Posted: 02 February 2009 at 9:54am
If any one has 2 tickets for sale for the Wales V England Game can u please PM me. Only 2 wanted. . . . .  Anywhere in the ground
 
Thanks


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Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: 02 February 2009 at 3:31pm
why do people leave it this late? never understood that


Posted By: number10
Date Posted: 02 February 2009 at 8:18pm
Is the game 2moz?


Posted By: Finbar1972
Date Posted: 06 February 2017 at 6:32pm
I have 2 tickets, I am an exiled Wales fan in the North East of England and I can not now attend the game
They are face value of £95 in sections U23 and U24, I would be willing to let them go for £200 each.

I have friends attending the match and they would be able to meet you somewhere in Cardiff on Saturday if needed.
I am trying to re-coup some of the money I have lost.

Contact me via email on lee_john_saunders@hotmail.com if interested, I will be advertising them on seatwave


Posted By: ladram
Date Posted: 06 February 2017 at 7:28pm
Originally posted by Finbar1972 Finbar1972 wrote:

I have 2 tickets, I am an exiled Wales fan in the North East of England and I can not now attend the game
They are face value of £95 in sections U23 and U24, I would be willing to let them go for £200 each.

I have friends attending the match and they would be able to meet you somewhere in Cardiff on Saturday if needed.
I am trying to re-coup some of the money I have lost.

Contact me via email on lee_john_saunders@hotmail.com if interested, I will be advertising them on seatwave
that's the spirit,more than double the price,real fans like you are what the game is all about.Angry


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Posted By: Why
Date Posted: 06 February 2017 at 7:51pm
Originally posted by Finbar1972 Finbar1972 wrote:

I have 2 tickets, I am an exiled Wales fan in the North East of England and I can not now attend the game
They are face value of £95 in sections U23 and U24, I would be willing to let them go for £200 each.

I have friends attending the match and they would be able to meet you somewhere in Cardiff on Saturday if needed.
I am trying to re-coup some of the money I have lost.

Contact me via email on lee_john_saunders@hotmail.com if interested, I will be advertising them on seatwave

You on wrong website you need shystersrus.com#leech.

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Posted By: PritchyTheScarlet
Date Posted: 06 February 2017 at 7:53pm
Originally posted by Finbar1972 Finbar1972 wrote:

I have 2 tickets, I am an exiled Wales fan in the North East of England and I can not now attend the game
They are face value of £95 in sections U23 and U24, I would be willing to let them go for £200 each.

I have friends attending the match and they would be able to meet you somewhere in Cardiff on Saturday if needed.
I am trying to re-coup some of the money I have lost.

Contact me via email on lee_john_saunders@hotmail.com if interested, I will be advertising them on seatwave


Fave value of £95, and you want to sell them for £200? The spirit of rugby if ever I saw it! Have a word with yourself

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Posted By: SospanMawr
Date Posted: 06 February 2017 at 8:14pm
Has nobody noticed he was thick enough to reply to an ad from 2009 as well


Posted By: LLANDRE
Date Posted: 06 February 2017 at 8:30pm
What you doing on Scarlet fever? we don't need people like you on here.

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Posted By: geordie scarlet
Date Posted: 06 February 2017 at 10:03pm
Originally posted by Finbar1972 Finbar1972 wrote:

I have 2 tickets, I am an exiled Wales fan in the North East of England and I can not now attend the game
They are face value of £95 in sections U23 and U24, I would be willing to let them go for £200 each.

I have friends attending the match and they would be able to meet you somewhere in Cardiff on Saturday if needed.
I am trying to re-coup some of the money I have lost.

Contact me via email on lee_john_saunders@hotmail.com if interested, I will be advertising them on seatwave
 
First bit is wrong, second bit is right though as you are an English fan living in Hartlepool
This is what is wrong with ticketing - touts !


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Posted By: totallybiasedscarlet
Date Posted: 06 February 2017 at 10:14pm
Can his posts be deleted and the account blocked? Could be worse than touting - could be a scam.

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Posted By: aber-fan
Date Posted: 07 February 2017 at 10:28am
For future reference - I have debentures for second row middle tier on or about the 22. I am finding it increasingly difficult to get to matches, mainly because the late KO times make the drive home daunting and because it seems impossible to get a hotel or B&B rom in Cardiff these days - they all seem to be booked in advance, no doubt by profiteering companies.

I did not even apply for the tickets this season.

If anyone wants tickets (2) for late KO times in future, let me know before the debenture deadlines are up - I would of course be selling at cost, BUT I'd want to be sure the tickets are not going to be sold on at a profit, so I'd want some references! I also rarely go to AIs, but those are hardly ever sellouts anyway, so I don't suppose that would be of interest.


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Posted By: Dai38
Date Posted: 07 February 2017 at 11:23am
I hope Finbar 1972 gets caught by the authorities, as it is against the law, if I had the money I would buy them and then dob him in to either the WRU or Rugby Union and then the clubs may loose their allocation. The police may also charge him.

I once found tickets on the floor in a bar on international day, and a young Max Boyce was performing. I went to the guy with the microphone and he announced it, I had a loads of people coming to me but only one of them knew they were in a special envelope, and he had came forward,

The look on his face was worth a fortune, far more that £200 Finbar1972 will make. I honestly think he's a (guess what)


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Posted By: aber-fan
Date Posted: 07 February 2017 at 1:36pm
Originally posted by Dai38 Dai38 wrote:

I hope Finbar 1972 gets caught by the authorities, as it is against the law, if I had the money I would buy them and then dob him in to either the WRU or Rugby Union and then the clubs may loose their allocation. The police may also charge him.

I once found tickets on the floor in a bar on international day, and a young Max Boyce was performing. I went to the guy with the microphone and he announced it, I had a loads of people coming to me but only one of them knew they were in a special envelope, and he had came forward,

The look on his face was worth a fortune, far more that £200 Finbar1972 will make. I honestly think he's a (guess what)

Nice story - thanks!


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Posted By: Eastern outpost
Date Posted: 07 February 2017 at 9:01pm
Thanks Aber.

That's worth knowing.

Cheers

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Posted By: aber-fan
Date Posted: 08 February 2017 at 4:47pm
Originally posted by Eastern outpost Eastern outpost wrote:

Thanks Aber.

That's worth knowing.

Cheers

No problem - keep it in mind. 

As I get older, attendance becomes harder for the reasons given. I can no longer sleep on a friend's floor, as we used to do when students!


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I share no-one's ideas. I have my own.
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Posted By: roy munster
Date Posted: 09 February 2017 at 10:13am
Originally posted by aber-fan aber-fan wrote:

Originally posted by Eastern outpost Eastern outpost wrote:

Thanks Aber.

That's worth knowing.

Cheers

No problem - keep it in mind. 

As I get older, attendance becomes harder for the reasons given. I can no longer sleep on a friend's floor, as we used to do when students!

air bed?


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Posted By: aber-fan
Date Posted: 09 February 2017 at 2:20pm
Originally posted by roy munster roy munster wrote:

Originally posted by aber-fan aber-fan wrote:

Originally posted by Eastern outpost Eastern outpost wrote:

Thanks Aber.

That's worth knowing.

Cheers

No problem - keep it in mind. 

As I get older, attendance becomes harder for the reasons given. I can no longer sleep on a friend's floor, as we used to do when students!

air bed?

Haha! My back wouldn't take it....

My 'favourite' memory of all those years ago concerns a game Wales won (forget which one!)... in those days, the team stayed in the Angel Hotel, within spitting distance of the Arms Park... after a few shandies with my friends, we were wandering past the Angel when one of the boys suggested we try to get in to congratulate the team... with the insouciance of the really well-oiled, I boldly walked past the bouncers and into the dining room where the team were celebrating... spent some time there observing (probably congratulated a few players, but too far gone to remember) then discovered none of the others had made it past the guards... went back out, they'd all buggered off somewhere... including the guy with the floor... tried a few nearby pubs - no joy... to keep warm, had a late night curry which I ate really slowly... went to the station where some Spartans were sleeping on the floor... didn't fancy that (I've always liked my home comforts), so tried a few cars parked nearby - found one unlocked, got in and 'slept' (sort of) until morning, when I awoke with a layer of ice on the inside of the windows... caught train back to uni, played rugby for hall team in the pm.

Those were the days!


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I share no-one's ideas. I have my own.
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Posted By: SospanMawr
Date Posted: 09 February 2017 at 5:59pm
Originally posted by aber-fan aber-fan wrote:

Originally posted by roy munster roy munster wrote:

Originally posted by aber-fan aber-fan wrote:

Originally posted by Eastern outpost Eastern outpost wrote:

Thanks Aber.

That's worth knowing.

Cheers


No problem - keep it in mind. 

As I get older, attendance becomes harder for the reasons given. I can no longer sleep on a friend's floor, as we used to do when students!


air bed?


Haha! My back wouldn't take it....

My 'favourite' memory of all those years ago concerns a game Wales won (forget which one!)... in those days, the team stayed in the Angel Hotel, within spitting distance of the Arms Park... after a few shandies with my friends, we were wandering past the Angel when one of the boys suggested we try to get in to congratulate the team... with the insouciance of the really well-oiled, I boldly walked past the bouncers and into the dining room where the team were celebrating... spent some time there observing (probably congratulated a few players, but too far gone to remember) then discovered none of the others had made it past the guards... went back out, they'd all buggered off somewhere... including the guy with the floor... tried a few nearby pubs - no joy... to keep warm, had a late night curry which I ate really slowly... went to the station where some Spartans were sleeping on the floor... didn't fancy that (I've always liked my home comforts), so tried a few cars parked nearby - found one unlocked, got in and 'slept' (sort of) until morning, when I awoke with a layer of ice on the inside of the windows... caught train back to uni, played rugby for hall team in the pm.

Those were the days!
Now that is a fair story.


Posted By: Eastern outpost
Date Posted: 10 February 2017 at 8:55am
Brilliant Aber!

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