Trip to Milan

Discussion in 'Europa League Discussions' started by David, Aug 30, 2010.

  1. David New Member

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    Im planning my trip to Milan for our forthcoming CL match with Inter. Im a huge spurs fan & from South Wales & am not a season ticket holder or a member for obvious reasons, really down to distance to travel to games & unfort I work weekends. My question, debate is if the club sell all tickets to season ticket holders which is only fair, how, where, & should i be looking for tickets other than thro the club??? Ive seen alot of websites already selling for the game & alot hav had bad reviews for example you never see your ticket!!!! Ive already booked a flight just wondering if any of you are in the same shoes as myself or if anybody can help me out, I desperatley want to join my fellow spurs fans abroad for this historic occasion & would luv to watch the game from inside the San siro & not from a TV.
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    I'm in the same boat as well so am interested in hearing on what the thoughts are on travelling to Milan without a ticket. How easy do you reckon it will be to get one there?
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    Yea thats been my thaughts mate, ive been onto various sites where u can alreay purchase a ticket, theres a UK based company that seems genuine but i wouldnt be 100% confident on getting the ticket. Plus all these companys dont post the ticket to your address, you either have to pick it up from a location in the city where the event is being held or you have it delivered to your hotel, thats what i dont like the sound of.
    With regards to hotels tho I just gotta good deal with bookings.com Roxy hotel 1 mile from centre of milan, breakfast included £56 a night looks ok to.
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    That's a good sounding price on a hotel

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