Traveling from the states

Discussion in 'Ticket and travel exchange' started by gomer27, 3 Jun 2017.

  1. MileHighMCFC

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    I can keep it together enough to get in
     
  2. johnnytapia

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  3. MileHighMCFC

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  4. wpgblue

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    Just wanted to follow up. I was able to get tickets for the match versus Crystal Palace through the club's site. Section 305. Has anyone watched a game in that or a similar section on the east side?
     
  5. RandolphMABlue

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    I was fairly high up in either 305 or 306 last year, and I though the view was fine. Going back this year for two matches and bought tickets in the same area.
     
  6. wpgblue

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    That's good to hear. I'm pretty excited as this will be my first time seeing a Premier League and City game in person.
     
  7. Tim of the Oak

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    Yes I've sat in 305 before and it was a good view, virtually on the halfway line (on the third tier of the East Stand as you probably know).
     
  8. RandolphMABlue

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    Last year was my first, and I can't wait to go back again in October! Fabulous time - loved Manchester and had time for a day trip to Edale in the Peak District. If you have time, I'd also recommend the stadium tour. Enjoy!
     
  9. yycblue

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    I'm in the same boat. My wife and I will be visiting the UK for the first time from Canada (so obviously haven't seen a home match before) and that's the only weekend we're here for. I've booked a train up from Cardiff for the day solely to see this, so if we can't find a way to get a hold of tickets, we'll just walk around the Etihad and find a pub somewhere I suppose...

    What's the likelihood of getting walk-up tickets on matchday?
     

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