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Just the Ticket-Fulham

Clarets fans have been allocated 1,604 tickets for the away game against Fulham on Tuesday 9th February 2010.

Postal applications are now invited from supporters with 2300 loyalty points or more

Tickets are priced as follows:

30 for Adults

20 for Seniors and Under 21s

10 for Under 16s

Postal applications must include your Clarets Number, your name and address, a cheque (not cash) and a stamped addressed envelope.

Wheelchair tickets are priced at 15.00 each and Ambulant tickets are sold at a 50% discount from the standard prices.If applying for disabled tickets, please state whether you require a wheelchair or ambulant ticket, and mark your application for the attention of Michael Jolliffe.

Foundation members will have their usual allocation of tickets available over the phone.

These can be ordered from 9.15am on Monday 18th January via 01282 700023.




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The Journalist

Writer: turfmanphil Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 11 2010

Time: 11:32AM

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Looks like 2300 Loyalty Points is becoming the norm, bit disappointed that even Fulham on a Tuesday night requires that amout although the ticket allocation is pretty low
turfmanphil
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11/01/2010 11:34:00

I had same thought TMP, 2300 seems the norm, it seems strange Fulham on a Tuesday night is same as Man U on a Saturday, maybe it is because of the low ticket allocation. This is one I can't go to due to working the late shift and would prefer to save any shift swaps for any home fixtures.
sheclaret
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11/01/2010 12:01:00

Who will be trying to go to this game bearing in mind midweek match and location? Ill be there if I get tickets, just a short train journey into London and back for me
turfmanphil
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11/01/2010 13:32:00

Will be in Gambia and Senegal, arranged around not missing more than one home game namely WHU! Good luck to all applying.
VinRogue
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11/01/2010 15:46:00

Been to both those countries, Gambia is cute
turfmanphil
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11/01/2010 16:13:00

Tickets permitting, I'll be at this one - will arrange to work locally that day and then just walk down to the ground. Lovely ground this and is one of the few where I have watched a game from either end and both sides twice over ( not at the same time, obviously ). Fingers crossed there should be no problem getting tickets sorted. Ansdell Claret - on your marks !
RickersTwickers
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11/01/2010 17:19:00

I have my train ticket booked and will be going down. Bit surprised that it is 2300 loyalty points for this one, especially based on the fact even Bolton has gone down to 1000. I wonder why the 'norm' has risen from 2000 to 2300 - it hasnt been possible to get an extra 3000 points since the season started!
claretdale
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11/01/2010 18:38:00

a Tuesday night - you might get back by Thursday afternoon!
merlin
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11/01/2010 19:13:00

:-) Merlin - Not far wrong - i cant get back to Sheffield that night so am having to get a lift. Other than that it will be a travel lodge
claretdale
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11/01/2010 19:40:00

Easy for me,merlin, just need to get back to Kings X then train to Huntingdon (Cambs.).Will be back before midnight
turfmanphil
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11/01/2010 20:11:00

Local game for me but if anyone is coming to West London and is unsure about hotels, tubes etc am happy to point you in the right direction. I know most of us are experienced travellers with access to that interweb thing but sometimes a bit of local knowledge goes a long way.
RickersTwickers
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12/01/2010 17:58:00

Whats best way of getting to ground from Kings X, RT? Fulham Broadway and walk? Or is that parodoxically just for Chelsea?
turfmanphil
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12/01/2010 21:33:00

Think your best bet is to get off at Putney Bridge which is about a 10-15 minute walk from the ground. Alternatively - and in rush hour it is always a good idea to have a Plan B - you can get off at Hammersmith and set off down Fulham Palace Road. Its quite a bit further to the ground but there are plenty of buses that could get you there in a few minutes though at that time of night it can be quicker to walk.
RickersTwickers
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12/01/2010 21:56:00

Cheers RT will bear in mind
turfmanphil
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12/01/2010 22:17:00

 

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