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Hull aint shifting those tickets!


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25,000 tickets only.

 

Thats poor.

 

I hope their players are embarrassed when they come out of that tunnel.

 

Same numbers they sold when playing Utd in semi final.

 

Excuse then was that they were saving their money for final.

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Same numbers they sold when playing Utd in semi final.

 

Excuse then was that they were saving their money for final.

The current excuses are that they're "protesting" against their Chairman, that its too far and that the journey is "awkward". Laughable. lol

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Has Hulls general sale finished after the limited number they are selling on their ticket office today?

What will happen to the remainder of tickets if any?

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I think if Wdnesday had played at the New Wembley 3 or 4 times before they wouldnt be the same demand there is for this game.

For example the 1993 Cup Final Replay.

 

That season was exceptional - a night game in London, I was still at school no chance we were going to the replay even though we went to the two finals.

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So, anyone without a ticket now has only one choice:  Drive to Hull !!

 

With a Box of Kellogs Frosties in Hand

 

''Look I love Tigers Can I have 2 Tickets Please''

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Anyone running any coaches to Hull, for the ticket buying outing?

Could make a day of it.

Roll call who is going to Hull?

What coach are you on, or how are you getting there?

For those staying over in Hull, where are you staying?

Anyone going to Hull on their own?

Post here which Hull tickets you get. What Block you're in etc

Don't forget to take inflatables (might come in handy if it's windy crossing the Humber).

Hull will be a sea of blue and white.

Finally, which boozer is everyone going in?

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I don't know if this has been mentioned but wouldn't it be better for the tickets to be sold without a seat on and then, say on Thursday, have a day where people can pick the actual seats.

That way you would avoid the stresses of people who want to sit with groups of mates and also you will be able to adjust the allocation of each club accordingly.

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