1. Thank you for visiting our NYCFC forum! We invite you to REGISTER and join our growing member base in discussion! Registered members can join competitions and win monthly prizes. So what are you waiting for!? Join us! This is a great MLS community where you can discuss New York City Football Club and other MLS football teams as well as international and other domestic league teams.
  2. Use your NYCFC Forums Credits or 'Dan Bucks' to remove the ads.

    Use Credits or Become A Donor

Tickets and Premier League

Discussion in 'Other Football' started by CP_Scouse, Sep 12, 2018.

  1. CP_Scouse

    CP_Scouse Regular Member

    Messages:
    1,899
    Likes Received:
    1,131
    Trophy Points:
    163
    Location:
    Queens
    I JUST bought tickets for a championship level team online. How the hell do i get the tickets. IS there a willcall. Do they ship to me in NY? i dead dont know what to do.
     
  2. Mario

    Mario Regular Member Seasoned Supporter

    Messages:
    1,628
    Likes Received:
    1,778
    Trophy Points:
    193
    Location:
    long island
    they ship the tickets to a nigerian prince first
     
  3. NYCFC_Dan

    NYCFC_Dan Senior Member Staff Member Seasoned Supporter

    Messages:
    6,114
    Likes Received:
    11,875
    Trophy Points:
    303
    Location:
    Tampa, Florida
    FalasturFalastur can probably help out.
    I’d be surprised if they didn’t tell you how you get the tickets in the purchase process.
     
  4. Falastur

    Falastur Senior Member Staff Member Donor Seasoned Supporter

    Messages:
    3,369
    Likes Received:
    4,534
    Trophy Points:
    353
    Location:
    Herts, UK
    There would normally be an option during the purchase process to specify whether you want them in the post or not. If you don't ask for them in the post (obviously something of a problem for you) then you can collect them from the ticket office before the match - just make sure to turn up at least a good hour early to give you time to get through the queues and then have time to make it inside the ground at your leisure. The ticket office will probably be open from some time on the morning of the game, so if you're in the area you can always make one flying visit for the tickets, then go somewhere else for a few hours and come back for the match.

    Worst things come to the worst and you're really unsure, just give the ticket office a call. I'm sure they'd give you an answer pretty quickly. If you're worried about the cost of making an international call, you can usually call them up then ask them to dial you back on your own number (making sure to remind them of the international code). Or heck, they probably have an email address too I'd guess, this being the internet age and all.
     
    CatNYC and CP_Scouse like this.

Share This Page