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Hello all first post ::ChELSeAFaN:: i am 16 and from Dublin have supported Chelsea all my life and my dad would never bring me over i have decided that i want to go over for this game as it is the same week my friends are going because they want to see the west ham v everton game the same week i am very excited i was searching the website and have seen that the general release date for the tickets is 26th of October would i be able to book the tickets online or how will i get them?? i would like to know would the tickets be more expensive then usual because its united or what i would also like to know where would a good place to stay be and i want a cheap place that i would not find trouble thanks ::clap2::

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The reality is the tickets for the Utd game are very likely to be sold out before they go on general release. Unless you are a member then I doubt very much you will get tickets for the game unless you go through a tout and pay way over the odds.

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For crying out loud, there's something called a period. Hope moi does not see your post.

For tickets issues someone here will help you for sure.

Moi just has and is having trouble breathing. In England we call it a full stop, Rahul. A period is something else! See the joke section - by coincidence I posted a joke there last night on that very topic.

But welcome all the same, young Jack. Dads are SO unreasonable! One of the blokes will give you advice on how to apply for tickets. I hope you make it!

OOPs. I've just seen Geezer's post. Maybe you could apply for a less popular match.

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Moi just has and is having trouble breathing. In England we call it a full stop, Rahul. A period is something else! See the joke section - by coincidence I posted a joke there last night on that very topic.

But welcome all the same, young Jack. Dads are SO unreasonable! One of the blokes will give you advice on how to apply for tickets. I hope you make it!

OOPs. I've just seen Geezer's post. Maybe you could apply for a less popular match.

damn: looks like ive got competition! i better up my game,,,,,

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I think you mean you'd better DOWN your game, dickywuh! ;)

not ahope getting a ticket if your not a member and even if you are they will go on how many loylty points you have. dint buy one of a tout be very expensive. you should join the dublin supporters club think they have there meetings in dalymount park b easier 4 you 2 get tickets the

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Moi just has and is having trouble breathing. In England we call it a full stop, Rahul. A period is something else! See the joke section - by coincidence I posted a joke there last night on that very topic.

But welcome all the same, young Jack. Dads are SO unreasonable! One of the blokes will give you advice on how to apply for tickets. I hope you make it!

OOPs. I've just seen Geezer's post. Maybe you could apply for a less popular match.

I get it all mixed up with American and British English.

By the way, the jokes section is just superb.

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