6 Nations Scotland Tickets

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Re: 6 Nations Scotland Tickets

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I logged on 5 minutes after I got the email and they were gone. Just browsing anyway. I could not afford 500 bills for the triple pack earlier. So possibly give it a miss. Saw them last time they were in croker.

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Re: 6 Nations Scotland Tickets

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For some reason never got the email but yeah, they're gone alright. LIke you Johng, couldn't afford the triple back and missed the cheaper versions....I have a knack for doing that. Still think some might show up between now and the match though, early days yet.

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Re: 6 Nations Scotland Tickets

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I find someone always comes out of the woodwork with tickets the week of the match.
I have grown choosy recently due to:
Lack of funds.
Expensive tickets.
Having seen all major countries (Except Wales) play in croker.
Generally being a fussy aulfellah, unwilling to stand on the hill.
The view in croker from some seats.

From the look of the new LR, I think the view should be much better.

The ticket price/availability will remain a mystery until later in the year.

I would say Leinster ST holders will get tickets for the combined provinces match. Will be worth it, just to check the place out.

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Re: 6 Nations Scotland Tickets

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Yeah, will be interesting to see new pricing arrangements in LR although I guess we can expect the IRFU will be wanting to spread the cost over a period. Saw somewhere that people who had paid deposits on their ten-year season tickets were seeking refunds; guess it's to be expected given the times we live in. Got a sneak preview of LR with a friend working on the site a few weeks ago, beautiful design, can't wait to get back there. Croke has been good but like you say you can get some lousy seats, been stuck in the Davin stand a few times and you'd have a better view from the canal. Hill 16 ain't that bad at all, work it for the atmosphere. Am sure some tickets for the Scotland match will show up; having said that, I was sure that we'd go to Paris on Sunday and get a win....

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Re: 6 Nations Scotland Tickets

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S’il vous plaît
Please please, have no ticket for Scottish game, any ticket most wellcome.
Thanks

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Re: 6 Nations Scotland Tickets

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Has anyone ever bought tickets from **Edited by Mod** Just wondering what the story is with them, reliable or not? I know prices are inflated but as it gets closer to match day, I'm getting a bit edgy.

Sorry mods, not one I should have have posted, apologies
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Re: 6 Nations Scotland Tickets

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I have 1 spare Hill ticket for the Ireland V Scotland match next Saturday. Face value obviously, €35. PM if interested.
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Re: 6 Nations Scotland Tickets

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Pm sent

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dhampson2000 wrote:Pm sent
Replied.

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Looking for 1/2 Hill tickets for the Scotland game, any help would be appreciated.
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Re: 6 Nations Scotland Tickets

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Any couple of spare tickets for this weekend knocking about?? Hill/Stand/Premium, any where at all

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Re: 6 Nations Scotland Tickets

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Olaf, PM sent re ticket

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Ticket gone
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Lleinster wrote:1 upper cusack ticket for sale. Available for collection in Dublin on thursday or friday.
PM sent.
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Re: 6 Nations Scotland Tickets

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Two tickets for Scotland game... cant make the match .. Pm me if your interested :happy clapper:
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Re: 6 Nations Scotland Tickets

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ROYSH D4 wrote:Two tickets for Scotland game... cant make the match .. Pm me if your interested :happy clapper:
pm sent

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I've got 3 premium level tickets for sale for Saturday. Hogan Stand, bang on the half way line. €100 each (face value). pm if intrested. I'll be at the game tonight if anyone wants to pick them up there.
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Cianostays wrote:I've got 3 premium level tickets for sale for Saturday. Hogan Stand, bang on the half way line. €100 each (face value). pm if intrested. I'll be at the game tonight if anyone wants to pick them up there.
PM sent
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Slipper1 wrote:
Cianostays wrote:I've got 3 premium level tickets for sale for Saturday. Hogan Stand, bang on the half way line. €100 each (face value). pm if intrested. I'll be at the game tonight if anyone wants to pick them up there.
PM sent
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Re: 6 Nations Scotland Tickets

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Slipper1 wrote:
Cianostays wrote:I've got 3 premium level tickets for sale for Saturday. Hogan Stand, bang on the half way line. €100 each (face value). pm if intrested. I'll be at the game tonight if anyone wants to pick them up there.
PM sent
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