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Postby james_holly21 » 14 Dec 2005 17:39

just been doing a bit of research on the ticket sites and if you buy from there, for their mile high prices the tickets wont even have your name on them as they come from sponsors.

How legit it this and is it wirth the risk ?

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Postby james_holly21 » 14 Dec 2005 19:46

yeah i am not really that willing to use them at 500 quid a ticket and no guarentee that you will get in.

with touts you know what you get anyway.

So if the ballot fails ticket sites or touts lol :cry:
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Postby Tw » 25 Feb 2006 12:16

Hey all

Just a question on tickets...............There is this website www.razorgator.com they have tickets for english games aussie games and all that. Has anyone had or no of this website before ????????

Let us know what ya think

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Postby Beckyboo » 26 Feb 2006 04:46

Hey Tw...

Nice to see Brisbane got up in the AFL 8)

A few people are talking about that razorgator website on some Aussie World Cup forums around the place. Apparently it's mainly corporate tickets that get sold off... But then you have no way of knowing if they are or not I guess so you might be better of with the touts when you get there as the prices on that Razorgater are about 500 euros or more per ticket anyway - hardly a bargain!
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Postby Tw » 26 Feb 2006 06:12

Becky u hate AFL so know need to mention that game now is there :lol: how close ?

To be honest i am giving up on tickets but i think the atmosphere outside the stadiums and the pubs will be just as good and i am glad just to be there to surport my team.

Go aussie go Destiny 06....... lets turn some heads while were are there. :D :D :D :D :D
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Postby Beckyboo » 26 Feb 2006 06:21

Hahaha yeh I do hate it and to be honest I have no idea what the score was - I just know that the Lions won and that was good enough for me!

Yeh I have given up on tickets too sadly :cry: But on a good note I have all but bought out every supplier of Australian flag memorbilia and green n gold merchandise - got my Aussie flag bikini and bucket hat yesterday! We've gotta fly the flag for 20 million Aussies so we've gotta go all out!
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Postby Tw » 26 Feb 2006 07:57

Good girl , i have the green and gold boxing kangaroo out and buying my aussie gersey in april when they have them , have me aussie flag aswel me socceroos top and also going to take my essendon gersey just incase anyone is able to se it :lol:

Good to hear ya going all out hun and so you should , go you good thing :)

new aussie swim suit hey...mmmmmmm wont miss ya then 8)

Hope all is well hun and have fun at work tomorrow.

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Postby bezza123 » 26 Feb 2006 14:23

Article regarding a site selling WC06 tickets

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/world_cup_2006/4747998.stm
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Postby buckinghampeter » 06 Mar 2006 22:03

i have bought tickets from these guys before and had no problems, although they are really expensive. As for corporate tickets these are the best to get if you buy from web sites, as they have no name on them. Even the BBC get these and give them away in competitions so you will have no problems with corporate tickets.

If you get stopped you won it

For euro 2004 i got tickets from PALL MALL check their web site these were also corporate tickets, and came with flights too. 400 pounds it cost for England France, but with the racketeering airlines it turned out cheaper than having a legit ticket.
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Postby Winnie » 07 Mar 2006 01:30

The BBC and most other competitions get their tickets directly from FIFA, not bought on tickets that were originally allocated to a sponsor, which is what these are.

The more people that buy these tickets at extortionate prices, the more they give to sponsors and away from the fans.
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