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clint van damme

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Got ours for £21. Should have been £31.90 but got a group discount, happy enough with that.
 

ccfc92

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Overground from London Bridge to South Bermondsey, it takes about 3 mins and the station is right outside the away end.
If travelling from Euston just jump on the Northern line direct to London Bridge first.
Whats weird, is the away end is gated to the station. Then when you get on the platform, there's home fans 🤦‍♂️🤣 seems a bit pointless, I'd rather it kicked off outside the ground than next to some train tracks...
 

skyblue1991

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If we can sell out QPR in a few days you wouldve thought we'd do the same for Millwall

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CV22SBA

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Struggling to login at the moment. Ticket master really is crap and needs sorting.
 

theferret

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Painfully slow process but finally sorted mine.
Nightmare this morning. Usually done and dusted in 3 minutes, but still can't get over the line after half an hour of trying and a dozen timed out attempts.
 

clint van damme

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Nightmare this morning. Usually done and dusted in 3 minutes, but still can't get over the line after half an hour of trying and a dozen timed out attempts.
I had to add each ticket to the basket individually. Couldn't select multiple tickets
 

GaryMabbuttsLeftKnee

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Im having the same problem . Very annoying.
I had this problem but think you could add more than 1, but the User Experience is horrendous, once you got to the right hand side where you tried to press +1 to get 2, you had to scroll down and there was a separate form for the second ticket. Working in Digital Marketing, I'd be firing the person responsible for okay'ing that. They better get it sorted.
 

Skyblue_LDN

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Ive got a CCFC membership so will buy my tickets on Friday, but as I am London based always try to bring a few pals along to matches. This game I have myself and 3 others, but with the two ticket limit, will I be allowed to buy 2 more when the go on general sale on the Monday?
 

Speedies_Chips

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I had this problem but think you could add more than 1, but the User Experience is horrendous, once you got to the right hand side where you tried to press +1 to get 2, you had to scroll down and there was a separate form for the second ticket. Working in Digital Marketing, I'd be firing the person responsible for okay'ing that. They better get it sorted.
Thank you GMLK. I sussed it in the end and ended up doing what you described. As you say, totally non-user friendly and not very intuitive at all.
 

Evo1883

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Anybody with access able to see how well they are selling ?
 

AOM

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Are there any pubs near the ground for away fans if getting the coach?
If not, I assume London Bridge is the best bet for pre-match drinks?
 

skyblue1991

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Looks to be decent. I'm in block 23 which is no longer on sale. Blocks 24 & 25 open now.
Think it'll be another QPR and sell out before general sale? What are the chances of Millwall releasing more?

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pusbccfc

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Think it'll be another QPR and sell out before general sale? What are the chances of Millwall releasing more?

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It will go to general sale comfortably.

Even if we sell the 1900, we'll get more.
 

rexo87

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I’m very much a newcomer to transport for London and the underground so if someone could let me know if this makes sense.

Train from Cov to Euston getting in at 11:25.

From Euston to London Bridge 11 mins

Then from London Bridge to South Bermondsey 4 mins

Does that sound about right. Have just spent a while researching but want to make sure that’s sounding about right? Also not easy to find info but looks like a daycard for the tube is around £12?


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fernandopartridge

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I’m very much a newcomer to transport for London and the underground so if someone could let me know if this makes sense.

Train from Cov to Euston getting in at 11:25.

From Euston to London Bridge 11 mins

Then from London Bridge to South Bermondsey 4 mins

Does that sound about right. Have just spent a while researching but want to make sure that’s sounding about right? Also not easy to find info but looks like a daycard for the tube is around £12?


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Yeah Euston to London Bridge about 10-15 minutes. The train out to South Bermondsey doesn't take long, it is either the first stop or certainly not long after. As the crow flies it's only a couple of miles.

If you're going through London Bridge it's worth getting off to have a look at the Shard and a mooch around in Borough Market. Some ok pubs in the area too.
 
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Travs

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Yeah a day pass on the tube was in the region of £12 last time i was down there (sometime in 2019)
 

theferret

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I’m very much a newcomer to transport for London and the underground so if someone could let me know if this makes sense.

Train from Cov to Euston getting in at 11:25.

From Euston to London Bridge 11 mins

Then from London Bridge to South Bermondsey 4 mins

Does that sound about right. Have just spent a while researching but want to make sure that’s sounding about right? Also not easy to find info but looks like a daycard for the tube is around £12?


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Don't buy a tube ticket. Just keep using your phone or contactless debit card at the barriers - at the end of the day is then works out the cheapest fare for all the journeys you made that day. I was here, there and everywhere against QPR, but TFL just debited a single payment of £7.40 at the end of the day (it basically gives you Oyster card rates and caps the charge for unlimited journeys in zones 1-2 at £7.40).
 
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