Derby day ticket criteria

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  1. goater1985

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    Wouldnt imagine it will go anywhere near the predicted points....

    The Club can confirm the following details for fans wishing to purchase tickets for the game against Manchester United in December.

    Premier League - Ticket Information

    Manchester United v Manchester City

    Sunday 10th December 2017

    Kick off – 4:30pm

    The Club has received an allocation of 3,061 tickets priced as follows:

    Adults: £30.00

    Over 65s: £15.00

    18-20: £22.50

    16-17: £15.00

    Under 16: £10.00

    The following groups will receive an allocation of tickets for this match: Supporters, Seasonal Hospitality Supporters, Football Management, Players, Club Partners and the MCFC Supporters Club.

    QUALIFYING SALES CRITERIA

    Tickets will be available online at mancity.com/tickets, by telephone on +44 (0)161 444 1894 (option 1, option 1, option 2)* and in-person at the Ticket Office located on the first floor of the City Store at the Etihad Stadium for supporters that meet the following criteria

    • Cityzens with a 2017/18 Platinum, Gold or 93:20 Seasoncard with 21,000 or more ticket points – Monday 13th November at 9am.
    • Cityzens with a 2017/18 Platinum, Gold or 93:20 Seasoncard with 20,000 or more ticket points – Monday 13th November at 2pm.
    • Cityzens with a 2017/18 Platinum, Gold or 93:20 Seasoncard with 19,500 or more ticket points – Tuesday 14th November at 9am.
    • Cityzens with a 2017/18 Platinum, Gold or 93:20 Seasoncard with 19,000 or more ticket points – Tuesday 14th November at 2pm.
    • Cityzens with a 2017/18 Platinum, Gold or 93:20 Seasoncard with 18,500 or more ticket points – Wednesday 15th November at 9am.
    • Cityzens with a 2017/18 Platinum, Gold or 93:20 Seasoncard with 18,000 or more ticket points – Wednesday 15th November at 2pm
    • Cityzens with a 2017/18 Platinum, Gold or 93:20 Seasoncard with 17,500 or more ticket points – Thursday 16th November at 10am.
    • Cityzens with a 2017/18 Platinum, Gold or 93:20 Seasoncard with 17,000 or more ticket points – Thursday 16th November at 2pm.
    • Cityzens with a 2017/18 Platinum, Gold or 93:20 Seasoncard with 16,500 or more ticket points – Friday 17th November at 9am.
    • Cityzens with a 2017/18 Platinum, Gold or 93:20 Seasoncard with 16,000 or more ticket points – Friday 17th November at 2pm.
    Should any tickets remain; further selling criteria will be announced on the website.

    There is a limited allocation for juniors to purchase at the same time as a qualifying adult, click here for further information. Should any tickets remain; further selling criteria will be announced on the website.

    *Booking fees may apply.

    *Tickets purchased over the telephone will be subject to a £2.50 booking fee per ticket. Phone lines are open 24-hours, 7 days a week. *Booking fees may apply. If the supporter number used is that of an adult, then only an adult ticket may be purchased. This also applies to, Under 18s, and Over 65s.

    Cityzens with a 2017/18 Platinum or 2017/18 93:20 Seasoncard will be awarded 40 ticket points. Cityzens with a 2017/18 Gold Seasoncard will be awarded 20 ticket points for attending this fixture.
     
  2. Bluemanc100

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    why do we only get 3061 tickets? is that 10% of the actual average attendance?

    Never been to the swamp for a derby... i'll have to consider sitting on the dark side if I can't get one in our end...
     
  3. Alec-mcfc

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    seems to go very low that. The only time I've been able to go there and not be in the cup is when I got ticket through the junior blues when I was about 8 (so 12 years ago now).
     
  4. mancitymick

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    When the 10% criteria came in force. The Rags complained it would mean they have to give circa 7k tickets for away fans due to size of the ground yet when they play away they would only get 3k tickets. As always the powers that be sided with them
     
  5. Blue Til Death

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    None of the top clubs give 10% including City
     
  6. cptaidan88

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    From memory we used to get a couple of hundred less than 3k previously so that could be the difference in me getting a ticket.

    The criteria seems to go lower than I expected but cant see it will dropping below 18.5k regardless unless they aren't giving any corporate ones any (which I doubt)
     
  7. Biffo123

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    It wont go that low and will sell out well before then , would still just love to know how many tickets actually go on sale to season card holders but it wont happen
     
  8. Alec-mcfc

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    I would be good from the club, I know the scum do it so why can't we.
     
  9. Didsbury Dave

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    All clubs have the same rule: 10% or 3K, whichever is smaller. In the cup the figure is 15% without a cap, in the Champions League it's 5%.
     
  10. Millwallawayveteran1988

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    The corporate snouts will be well and truly in the trough for this one!
     

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