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  • Stainrod
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    Originally posted by LoftusRoadLad View Post
    AWAY tickets for QPR's upcoming Sky Bet Championship clash with AFC Bournemouth are now on sale from the QPR Box Office.

    FULL ALLOCATION 1,318 LOWER TIER TICKETS (248 REMAIN)

    https://www.qpr.co.uk/news/ticket-ne...bouqpr-010921/
    This will sell out , only a couple of hundred left and it hasn’t even made general sale yet , that’s decent for a Tuesday night live on sky , lots making the most of the last days of summer by the sea I guess .

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  • LoftusRoadLad
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    AWAY tickets for QPR's upcoming Sky Bet Championship clash with AFC Bournemouth are now on sale from the QPR Box Office.

    FULL ALLOCATION 1,318 LOWER TIER TICKETS (248 REMAIN)

    https://www.qpr.co.uk/news/ticket-ne...bouqpr-010921/

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  • 72bus
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    Originally posted by stanistheman View Post

    Tbh, it works out quite cheap (er) still (and save on the ludicrous booking fees) even if you miss 3-5 games per season.
    I had to book Reading and Bournemouth tickets on different days , so they've had me for 7 booking fee , .not right

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  • LoftusRoadLad
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    Time to put warburton in charge of the box office

    On twitter

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  • Stainrod
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    Originally posted by stanistheman View Post

    Tbh, it works out quite cheap (er) still (and save on the ludicrous booking fees) even if you miss 3-5 games per season.
    Yeah your probably right .

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  • stanistheman
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    Originally posted by Stainrod View Post
    I’m sure we had the whole end there once , must have been about 5k there that day , I remember it because we lost 1 0 and we had Carl Leaburn playing upfront, must have been about 20 years ago under Ollie .
    If we had Leaburn up front it could only be under Ollie. No other club would have signed him unless absolutely desperate (as we were then).

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  • stanistheman
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    Originally posted by Stainrod View Post

    Football is to expensive and like you say walk up prices are a joke , not to mention the booking fee . If you could commit to every game then a season ticket is the only way to get value for money but most people can’t due to work commitments or finances etc.
    Tbh, it works out quite cheap (er) still (and save on the ludicrous booking fees) even if you miss 3-5 games per season.

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  • wormholt
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    Originally posted by Stainrod View Post
    I’m sure we had the whole end there once , must have been about 5k there that day , I remember it because we lost 1 0 and we had Carl Leaburn playing upfront, must have been about 20 years ago under Ollie .
    was at that. 2001/02...lost 1-0 as you say.
    it did look and sound like the whole end.
    think they gave the crowd 19,000.

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  • Stainrod
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    I’m sure we had the whole end there once , must have been about 5k there that day , I remember it because we lost 1 0 and we had Carl Leaburn playing upfront, must have been about 20 years ago under Ollie .

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  • SheepRanger
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    Originally posted by wormholt View Post
    why can't they just open up a block, pay on the day.
    Because anyone walking up potentially wanting to pay by cash is obviously a builder who doesnt declare all his earning to avoid paying tax, or the person is an ISIS terrorist. I blame an imaginary virus.

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  • wormholt
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    why can't they just open up a block, pay on the day.

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  • SheepRanger
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    Originally posted by Stainrod View Post

    Football is to expensive and like you say walk up prices are a joke , not to mention the booking fee . If you could commit to every game then a season ticket is the only way to get value for money but most people can’t due to work commitments or finances etc.
    Chelsea's pursuit of Haaland has suffered a setback after they were told they would have to pay 825,000 a week for his wages. (Mirror)

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  • Stainrod
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    Originally posted by 72bus View Post
    So the BO jumped from 1500 loyalty points.today to 1000 after telling me on the phone yesterday I'd have to wait until Monday to get to tickets for Bournemouth . Luckily I got a call telling me of the drop or id of missed out
    Same for me , I got mine sorted this afternoon despite thinking the loyalty points would be dropping gradually.

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  • 72bus
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    So the BO jumped from 1500 loyalty points.today to 1000 after telling me on the phone yesterday I'd have to wait until Monday to get to tickets for Bournemouth . Luckily I got a call telling me of the drop or id of missed out

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  • LoftusRoadLad
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    Loads available in the home seats

    https://ticketing.readingfc.co.uk/en...tadium?hallmap

    R27, R28 and Y26

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