FA Cup tickets - CHELSEA FANS SUBSIDISED

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  1. levets

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    Have Chelsea subsidised the cost of match tickets (£15) as well as travel? If so, fair play to them... Train tickets from Euston return... £10
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    MANCHESTER CITY (AWAY) FA CUP FIFTH ROUND

    Posted on: Fri 07 Feb 2014
    Manchester City
    The FA Cup with Budweiser 5th Round
    Saturday 15 February
    Kick-off 5.15pm
    Loyalty Points 5
    Live on ITV1

    Due to shortness of time tickets will go on sale as follows:

    Tuesday 4 February from 9.15am until 2.30pm: Season ticket holders with 82 loyalty points or more can purchase one ticket plus personal assistant.

    Tuesday 4 February from 3pm until 5pm: Season ticket holders with 74 loyalty points or more can purchase one ticket plus personal assistant.

    Wednesday 5 February from 9.15am until 10.30am: Season ticket holders with 65 loyalty points or more can purchase one ticket plus personal assistant.

    Wednesday 5 February from 11am until 2.30pm: Season ticket holders with 58 loyalty points or more can purchase one ticket plus personal assistant.

    Wednesday 5 February from 2.30 until 5pm: Tickets will be sold to season ticket holders one ticket per season ticket holder plus personal assistant.

    Thursday 6 February until 10.30am: members can apply for 1 ticket and 1 ticket for their PA with 47 loyalty points or more.

    Thursday 6 February from 11am until 3pm: members can apply for 1 ticket and 1 ticket for their PA with 35 loyalty points or more.

    Friday 7 February from 9.15am until 10.30am: Members can apply for 1 ticket and 1 ticket for their PA with 24 loyalty points or more.

    Friday 7 February from 11am until 2.30pm: Members can apply for 1 ticket and 1 ticket for their PA with 15 loyalty points or more.

    Friday 7 February from 3pm: Members can apply for 1 ticket and 1 ticket for their PA.

    Ticket prices
    Tickets for the FA Cup are priced as follows:

    Lower Tier
    Adults £15.00
    Over 65's / 16-21yrs £15.00
    Juniors under 16's £5.00
    Personal Assistant Free

    We have received an allocation of 16 pairs of non-ambulant tickets and
    16 pairs of ambulant (additional ambulant tickets available subject to availability)

    Travel details
    Subsidised coach travel will operate priced at £10 per person. Coaches will depart Stamford Bridge at 10:00am and Newport Pagnell at 11:30am.

    We will also be operating subsidised train travel from London Euston priced at £10 per person. Train information will follow.
     
  2. blue b4 the moon

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    Re: FA Cup tickets

    80 odd loyalty points????

    Fooking plastic JCL's. ;)
     
  3. Didsbury Dave

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    Re: FA Cup tickets

    What the fucking hell is a "personal assistant" ? hahahahaha
     

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  4. cheddar404

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    Re: FA Cup tickets

    It's for when you want to workout at the match
     
  5. Millwallawayveteran1988

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    Great deal for their fans. £25 for a day out. Bargain.

    Expect the full 6000.
     
  6. Ja Salford Blue

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    expect a nutters day out!

    Can see a lot of the cranks being up for this one with the cheep tickets & travel plus 5.30pm kick off on a Saturday!
     
  7. levets

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    You're not wrong mate... expect full on policing.. with restrictions on pubs...
     
  8. Millwallawayveteran1988

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    Re: FA Cup tickets

    There was a bit of mither at the semi final last year too so could be a few out for bother.
     
  9. Damocles

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    Re: FA Cup tickets

    It's the term used to denote a disabled person's carer
     
  10. Didsbury Dave

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    Yes, but it reads as though every single season ticket holder is allowed one. The "Disabled" bit is seperate.
     

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