Man City Vs United Tickets

Sulaiman14

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Hello everyone

I would like to attend the derby for the first time, and I've never been to the Etihad before
I can see that Tickets have been restricted, and tickets will start to sell 4 weeks before the game
My question is should I wait for the tickets to be released, or should I just buy the Vermilion Package?
 

Courtneyneild

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You won't get a normal ticket through the club. You'll either have to go through a 3rd party or buy hospitality
 

Dunne's own goal

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The game is already sold out in the July sale window. Any additional seats are if season ticket holders can’t make it so there’s hardly gonna be any.

Hospitality is your safest bet or just keep ur fingers crossed here for spares

Good luck pal
 

Father Ruben

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Looking for one spare if anyone has got one. Youngest wants to go to his first derby
 

BlueMoonday

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It's a bit bent that to have been able to buy a ticket for Manchester Utd at home you had to have gone to 5 home games last season. Previous to last season I've had SC on and off in the past and accumulated a reasonable amount of points through this and attending away games but these obviously account for FA. I went to a few games LY through purchasing tickets of mates who couldn't go but toss that my previous official purchases account for nothing.


I'm now settled back in Manchester and won't be moving again any time soon. I've bought myself a cityzens card and signed up to as many matches as possible, hopefully I can get an SC for next season.
 

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