Date:Monday May 19 2008
Well TicketMaster certainly know how to sell tickets. Nearly 20,000 remaining tickets sold to general sale customers in 20 minutes flat. The entire 36,007 tickets sold by 9:20am on Sunday 18th May. There are clearly some doubts over the club policy to sell via TicketMaster but you have to hand it to them, they ensured that a Cider Army will be roaring Brsitol City on Saturday.
Hull City anticipate the same and the Tigers will be roaring. Both clubs will ask for an increased allocation. Bristol City expect to hear today whether their application for more tickets has been accepted. The dream of course is to have more fans there than the 89,874 that attended the FA Cup Final this year. Wembley will have to do very badly not to sell out the worlds most lucrative football match (worth an estimated £60 million to the winners).
Can anybody wait? I can't.
Bristol City Supporters Trust has teamed up with the One Team In Bristol forum to offer an exchange of tickets for fans unhappy with what they got through the TicketMaster lottery.
Use this link to swap your ticket?
N.B. You have to be a member of otib.co.uk. Read more by visiting the Bristol City Supporters Trust (click here) or by using the One Team In Bristol forum (click here)
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Date:Monday May 19 2008
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