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Re: Play Off Final Tickets

by TBM » 17 May 2017 11:22

Zammo wrote:If it's Reading vs Huddersfield, Wembley will be half-empty.


Or half full

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Re: Play Off Final Tickets

by Elm Park Kid » 17 May 2017 11:43

I'm predicting that people will be wearing blue and white :D

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Re: Play Off Final Tickets

by M Brook » 17 May 2017 11:57

These are the arrangements for Saturday's L1 PO Final from the Millwall OS
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzZFlK ... p=drivesdk

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Re: Play Off Final Tickets

by genome » 17 May 2017 12:01

6 per season ticket, nice

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Re: Play Off Final Tickets

by bobby1413 » 17 May 2017 12:12

TFF wrote:
parky wrote:http://www.swfc.co.uk/news/article/wembley-play-off-final-ticket-information-3115805.aspx


Them prices :shock:


Bad nobbing TFF...

Prices wrote:ADULT PRICES
Category 1 - £98 Adults, £49 Ages - 65 and over, 16 and under

Category 2 - £76 Adults, £38 Ages - 65 and over, 16 and under

Category 3 - £64 Adults, £32 Ages - 65 and over, 16 and under

Category 4 - £52 Adults, £26 Ages - 65 and over, 16 and under

Category 5 - £36 Adults, £18 Ages - 65 and over, 16 and under

Read more at http://www.swfc.co.uk/news/article/wemb ... PE9IhJ1.99


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Re: Play Off Final Tickets

by bobby1413 » 17 May 2017 12:16

Anyone who wants a ticket will get one.

My only concern is that I hope the club do what they did for Arsenal and have the standing section, or whatever they called it. The place where behind the goal, pretty much most of the block was stood up.

Just don't want to end up buying a ticket for £98 and then have a family of four behind me with their thermos flask and blankets asking me to sit down

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Re: Play Off Final Tickets

by LWJ » 17 May 2017 12:31

bobby1413 wrote:Anyone who wants a ticket will get one.

My only concern is that I hope the club do what they did for Arsenal and have the standing section, or whatever they called it. The place where behind the goal, pretty much most of the block was stood up.

Just don't want to end up buying a ticket for £98 and then have a family of four behind me with their thermos flask and blankets asking me to sit down

£98 ticket is along the side near the dugout iirc.

The 50/60 is behind goal

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Re: Play Off Final Tickets

by George_ » 17 May 2017 12:32

Selling criteria, ticket prices and how to purchase via See Tickets

After our magnificent win last night, we’re on our way to Wembley!

Reading will challenge for a place in the Premier League in the Play-Off Final at Wembley Stadium on Monday 29th May, kick-off 3pm. And we can now announce full ticket details for the end of season showpiece…

Our allocation
We have been given a full allocation of 38,342 tickets for the match. These will be situated in the East half of Wembley Stadium.

On sale date
Tickets for the final will be available to purchase from 9am on Thursday 18th May.

Ticket prices
Pricing categories at Wembley Stadium are split into five sections and there is also a concession rate for Senior Citizens and children aged 16 and under.

Category 1 Adults £98 | 65 and over / 16 and under £49
Category 2 Adults £76 | 65 and over / 16 and under £38
Category 3 Adults £64 | 65 and over / 16 and under £32
Category 4 Adults £52 | 65 and over / 16 and under £26
Category 5 Adults £36 | 65 and over / 16 and under £18

How to buy
Due to the large ticket allocation and the fact that the club’s ticketing system is not designed to sell tickets for Wembley Stadium, the Club are using SEE Tickets to sell Play-Off Final tickets to provide the most efficient service to our supporters.

So ALL tickets will be sold via See Tickets – online at www.seetickets.com/go/readingfc or via phone on 0871 297 0055.

In order to purchase, supporters will need to have each customer number and surname they are purchasing for.

Due to the anticipated demand, the club and SEE Tickets recommend booking online as the easiest and most convenient method of purchasing your seats. Supporters will also be able to view a Wembley seating plan online and choose which block they would like to sit in.

However, if you choose to purchase your tickets over the phone, calls to the ticket hotline will cost 6p per min plus standard network charges, mobile rates may vary.

Disabled supporters will also be able to purchase tickets via See, by calling a dedicated disabled supporter hotline - 0871 230 7158.

No tickets will be sold by Reading Football Club’s Ticket Office. For this reason, please could we politely ask supporters not to visit or call the Ticket Office with any enquiries regarding Play-Off Final tickets.

When to buy
Reading Football Club have to adhere to a very strict selling criteria set by the EFL and Wembley Stadium, so only blocks 501-508 will initially be on sale in level 5. All tickets need to be sold on Level 1 and 2 before opening further blocks in level 5.

Ticket sales will be split into TWO separate periods of sale.

Period 1 – opens at 9am on Thursday 18th May 2017
• All current Season Ticket Holders and Half Season Ticket Holders (x2 per person)
• All new 2017-18 Season Ticket Holders (x2 per person)
• Member Card Holders with a minimum of 750 Royalty points (x1 per person)

Supporters qualifying for this period of sale are guaranteed a seat as long they purchase before the start of the second selling period.

There is a maximum of 10 tickets per transaction if purchasing tickets on behalf of other supporters. And all supporters must have valid qualifying customer numbers.

This sales period will allow Season Ticket Holders and most loyal members to have first choice of blocks and a guaranteed ticket.

Period 2 – opens at 9am on Friday 19th May 2017
• All Season Ticket Holders will be able to purchase an additional 2 tickets (4 in total)
• All Member Card Holders with 750+ Royalty points will be able to purchase an additional 3 tickets (4 in total)
• Member Card Holders with a minimum of 50 Royalty points (x4 per person)
• Member Card Holders with a minimum of 25 Royalty points (x2 per person)

There is a maximum of 10 tickets per transaction if purchasing tickets on behalf of other supporters. And all supporters must have valid qualifying customer numbers.

If supporters have a purchase history but have not got a member card, they are advised to contact the Ticket Office prior to Period 2 commencing!

Please note, there will be no further selling criteria and this match will not be going on general sale.

Family Area
Wembley Stadium have designated approximately 1,700 seats in Blocks 105 to 108 in the East side of the Stadium as a Family Area for Reading supporters.

Tickets in this area are only available to fans who are purchasing 16 and under tickets at a ratio of no more than one adult for one child, at a maximum of four children for every adult ticket.

We anticipate blocks 109-114 being the loudest sections on the day of the game, so we advise that those accompanying young children to purchase tickets in other areas of Wembley Stadium.

Disabled supporters
Disabled supporters will also be able to purchase tickets via See, by calling a dedicated disabled supporter hotline - 0871 230 7158. However, please note that the selling criteria set out above still applies.

We have an allocation of a maximum of 125 wheelchair spaces and 128 assistant spaces. The price charged is equivalent to the relevant price or the area in which they are situated, with personal assistants gaining access free of charge.

Ambulant disabled supporters should call the disabled hotline and tickets will cost the same as has been explained above.

Disabled blue badge parking is also available to purchase at a cost of £15 per space via www.wembleyofficialparking.com. A shuttle bus service will be available from Wembley Park station to Wembley Stadium. For further information and to book a place on this, supporters can call 020 8838 1353 or visit www.brentct.org.uk.

For all visually impaired supporters, Wembley Stadium operates a free of charge system for personal commentary receivers with either a headset or a mini-induction loop so commentary of the game is available. These can be used anywhere within the seated bowl and need to be pre-booked by e-mailing accessforall@wembleystadium.com.

For more information regarding disabled facilities at Wembley, please visit: www.wembleystadium.com/TheStadium/Stadi ... bledAccess

Important additional information
From 9am on Thursday 18th May, SEE Tickets will be open 24 hours a day, both online and over the phone.

All children (aged 16 and under) must be accompanied by a responsible adult. No children over the age of 2 years will be allowed entry without a valid ticket.

There is a £2.40 per ticket booking fee for every ticket sold online or over the phone. Postage costs of £2.25 for First Class or £6.50 for Registered Post will be applied to each transaction.

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Re: Play Off Final Tickets

by George_ » 17 May 2017 12:34

IN x10 8)


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Re: Play Off Final Tickets

by Top Flight » 17 May 2017 12:45

Can I purchase for people who have never watched a Reading match? Or do I need member card numbers for everyone that I purchase for?

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by genome » 17 May 2017 12:46

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Re: Play Off Final Tickets

by bobby1413 » 17 May 2017 12:51

George_ wrote:

Ticket sales will be split into TWO separate periods of sale.

Period 1 – opens at 9am on Thursday 18th May 2017
• All current Season Ticket Holders and Half Season Ticket Holders (x2 per person)
• All new 2017-18 Season Ticket Holders (x2 per person)
• Member Card Holders with a minimum of 750 Royalty points (x1 per person)


There is a maximum of 10 tickets per transaction

Period 2 – opens at 9am on Friday 19th May 2017
• All Season Ticket Holders will be able to purchase an additional 2 tickets (4 in total)
• All Member Card Holders with 750+ Royalty points will be able to purchase an additional 3 tickets (4 in total)
• Member Card Holders with a minimum of 50 Royalty points (x4 per person)
• Member Card Holders with a minimum of 25 Royalty points (x2 per person)

Family Area
Wembley Stadium have designated approximately 1,700 seats in Blocks 105 to 108 in the East side of the Stadium as a Family Area for Reading supporters.

Tickets in this area are only available to fans who are purchasing 16 and under tickets at a ratio of no more than one adult for one child, at a maximum of four children for every adult ticket.

We anticipate blocks 109-114 being the loudest sections on the day of the game, so we advise that those accompanying young children to purchase tickets in other areas of Wembley Stadium.


Just like arsenal then, behind the goal for the Scorpions and loud fans

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I hope they move the stage out of the way

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Re: Play Off Final Tickets

by Elm Park Kid » 17 May 2017 12:58

Bit of a convoluted selling criteria - they could have probably got away with the second one just being a free for all.

It's fair enough though.


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Re: Play Off Final Tickets

by The Informant » 17 May 2017 13:06

£98 quid is a joke for some seats

This wont sell out.

Anyone remember the costs for the Swansea game?

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Re: Play Off Final Tickets

by LUX » 17 May 2017 13:06

hopefully will be able to get a ticket, no idea how many points I have (no STH of course).

About to book my flights.

I was in 520 or so v Arsenal, which was the cheap seats. Quite a few empty around me, plus some Spurs fans.

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Re: Play Off Final Tickets

by Samrfc01 » 17 May 2017 13:09

Prices are a bit steap.

Were they that expensive for Arsenal?

No way this sells out though.

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Re: Play Off Final Tickets

by LUX » 17 May 2017 13:10

had a great view of our goal, plus Fed's fumble.

We were up the other end v Swansea. Cannot remember for Luton and Notlob, but I was there.

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Re: Play Off Final Tickets

by UpThePrem » 17 May 2017 13:22

We're at the same end as we were for Swansea so The Green Man it is.

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Re: Play Off Final Tickets

by Boyle the Royal » 17 May 2017 13:24

I seem to remember paying about £60-70 for a ticket behind the goal against Swansea. I think we'll sell out for this, 2 per season ticket makes a huge difference.

I'm hoping the website allows us to choose our row as well as block. Back of blocks 111-112 should be fairly raucous.

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Re: Play Off Final Tickets

by Maneki Neko » 17 May 2017 13:28

behind the goals was about 50 quid plus fees, IIRC

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