Rabo Semi v Ulster

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Rabo Semi v Ulster

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One of our number has bought an extra ticket for someone who has one already.

In the sold out Block K row D on the halfway line in the grandstand. €63.50

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Tickets are available here: http://www.ticketmaster.ie/event/18004CA7F35631BF

Make sure you get in quick and snap them up, I'd say it will be completely sold out relatively quickly. Almost there after first day of public sale.
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johng wrote:One of our number has bought an extra ticket for someone who has one already.

In the sold out Block K row D on the halfway line in the grandstand. €63.50


Bit disappointing that this game is not sold out yet. And not just for the guy who bought this ticket.

Row J seat 15 by the way not row D.

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2013 v Glasgow---13,235
2012 v Glasgow---15,113
2011 v Ulster------14,476
2010 v Munster---19,750

Apart from the Munster game we have struggled to sellout the Celtic league semi over the last 4 years. 6/7 days to shift the tickets doesn't help.
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blockhead wrote:2013 v Glasgow---13,235
2012 v Glasgow---15,113
2011 v Ulster------14,476
2010 v Munster---19,750

Apart from the Munster game we have struggled to sellout the Celtic league semi over the last 4 years. 6/7 days to shift the tickets doesn't help.


Generally a pricey time of the season too. I'm having to forgo this one with the hope we make it to another home final.
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Historically we have also been involved in the latter stages of European rugby so people have been planning for those semi's, the odd trip away etc. That isn't a factor this year (though the season tickets are up for renewal at this time too).

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Logorrhea wrote:Historically we have also been involved in the latter stages of European rugby so people have been planning for those semi's, the odd trip away etc. That isn't a factor this year (though the season tickets are up for renewal at this time too).



Its a semi, against U;ster and hopefully the second last time ever to see Drico play. cant believe this did not sell out within the hour tbh
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Ulster returns have brought some of the sections back into play, they also added extra seats at the front of the grand stand and in the north and south terrace, so looks like they're boosting capacity to 20,000+
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1 terrace ticket for 25e if anyone interested.

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If anyone has spare Grandstand tickets let me know.
Need one for family and would rather take one here than another on Ticketmaster.
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rosscarrick wrote:If anyone has spare Grandstand tickets let me know.
Need one for family and would rather take one here than another on Ticketmaster.


JohnG has one - see his post which started this thread
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for anyone who wants to join in the singing i have two North stand tickets at face value...switching to south stand myself as i'm tone deaf!!

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Ticket for sale for Grandstand Block J.

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meathman3 wrote:for anyone who wants to join in the singing i have two North stand tickets at face value...switching to south stand myself as i'm tone deaf!!


@Meathman3 I have two tickets to the South Stand if you want to swap for your North Stand tickets? PM me if interested.

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Xanthippe wrote:
rosscarrick wrote:If anyone has spare Grandstand tickets let me know.
Need one for family and would rather take one here than another on Ticketmaster.


JohnG has one - see his post which started this thread

Ticket gone to that man.

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Trueblue78 wrote:
meathman3 wrote:for anyone who wants to join in the singing i have two North stand tickets at face value...switching to south stand myself as i'm tone deaf!!


@Meathman3 I have two tickets to the South Stand if you want to swap for your North Stand tickets? PM me if interested )
cudnt pm u - ta 4 offer but have already got ss tickets just have xtra ns anyone? Is there a way 2 return them 4 re-sale does anyone know?

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Looking for 1 terrace if anyone has anything spare.

Someone in our group now able to go who originally couldn't

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Looking for one terrace.
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Late notice I know, but I'm looking for one terrace, north or south stand.

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jedifart wrote:Late notice I know, but I'm looking for one terrace, north or south stand.

Plenty of spares heading south as we speak. Try the horseshow in an hour or two.

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