Madrid away.

Discussion in 'Ticket and travel exchange' started by Bill, 19 Jan 2020.

  1. Andrew Brett

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    6ft 5, eyes are blue, Andy Brett is after you .

    It'd be worth a few stitches I reckon! I'd smile throughout the whole pasting.
     
  2. jayfx

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    Anyone know of a couple of tickets going pleaseee?
     
  3. Bill

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    bang on.

    if i could do the trips i would. i would however go nowhere near the game itself.
     
  4. squirtyflower

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    We’re going to take an extra week’s ski holiday with the money saved on the Madrid game and then fuck off in the motorhome after Southampton away and maybe come back sometime in July.
     
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  5. mikep

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    .[/QUOTE] it’s just the same on here people getting tickets they not going.
    They then sell on to someone with a sob story instead of leaving the ticket with city to sell in the correct pecking order
     
  6. jayfx

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    I need one now, flights and hotel booked and everyone got ticket sorted but myself. Anyone help us out with oe?
     
  7. Jamiel21

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    I have one in away end the ink rubber was used on it and doesn't look great, what do yous think will it be checked? Should I just buy one in home end on viagogo?
     
  8. Beckenham Blue

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    use a cotton wool bud ( like what you clean your ears with) and dip it in a small amount of nail varnish remover until it is slightly damp, gently sponge off the ink. Then use a damp wet cloth to remove any excess nail varnish remover. Wait till dry, then write your own name


    or another option is use some very fine grade sandpaper (320 grade) and gently sand off the ink but be careful not to sand all the way through the ticket
     
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  9. John Lonsdale

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    Better off with the nail varnish remover but as has been said use sparingly, will remove almost any permanent ink
     
  10. A J Styles

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    Looking for 2 spares for this, can meet tomorrow or on Saturday
     

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