QPR (A)

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Re: QPR (A)

by Bob1871 » 15 Apr 2016 08:44

With Premier League teams capping the price of away tickets to £30, surely it's time for the FL to do something similar, £20-24. £27 for QPR with nothing to play for is a complete rip off

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Re: QPR (A)

by Rea Ding » 17 Apr 2016 15:07

The way we are playing atm I don't think we will sell out :|

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Re: QPR (A)

by 26-10-06 » 17 Apr 2016 16:54

Pubs?

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Re: QPR (A)

by Slater1993 » 18 Apr 2016 08:42

26-10-06 Pubs?


You'll be lucky......

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Re: QPR (A)

by tee peg » 18 Apr 2016 09:12

Going to this but giving the game a miss.


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Re: QPR (A)

by John Smith » 18 Apr 2016 11:14

26-10-06 Pubs?

Think I might do The Defector's Weld or Westfields bars.

Never tried the Springbok - any advice for that one?

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Re: QPR (A)

by 3points » 19 Apr 2016 19:10

what's the best travel options? Train to Paddington and then tube to Wood Lane, or is Shepherd's Bush better?

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Re: QPR (A)

by Mr.Swainey » 19 Apr 2016 19:35

John Smith
26-10-06 Pubs?


Never tried the Springbok - any advice for that one?


Pretty sure that is a home pub.... well it was back in the day.

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Re: QPR (A)

by BhatMhen » 20 Apr 2016 09:52

Probably in. Good luck to all players :)


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Re: QPR (A)

by BhatMhen » 20 Apr 2016 09:59

Don't stop believing. Aja!

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Re: QPR (A)

by secks » 20 Apr 2016 11:15

3points what's the best travel options? Train to Paddington and then tube to Wood Lane, or is Shepherd's Bush better?


Not much in it to be fair - either station would be fine. Make sure you head to Shepherds Bush Market (H&C line) rather than Shepherds Bush though as the latter (Central Line) is much further away.

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Re: QPR (A)

by George_ » 20 Apr 2016 11:58


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Re: QPR (A)

by tee peg » 20 Apr 2016 12:45

George_ http://www.readingfc.co.uk/news/article/qpr-a-ticket-news-1400-sold-for-loftus-road-3070317.aspx

Over 1,400 sold so far.



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Re: QPR (A)

by Pandoras Box » 20 Apr 2016 13:19

£27 - Upper Tier Silver - restricted view
£32 - Upper Tier Gold - restricted view

Are you having a laugh?

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Re: QPR (A)

by The Cap » 20 Apr 2016 22:49

So, the OS is reporting that 'Royals fans are heading to Loftus Road in their numbers this weekend, with more than 1,400 tickets sold for our penultimate away clash of the campaign on Saturday'.

In their numbers? Fulham away this season was numbers. Mind you, given our current performances, perhaps 1,400 could warrant this description. Cue the hordes wending their way to the home of the fake hoops.

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Re: QPR (A)

by Sutekh » 21 Apr 2016 10:24

The Cap So, the OS is reporting that 'Royals fans are heading to Loftus Road in their numbers this weekend, with more than 1,400 tickets sold for our penultimate away clash of the campaign on Saturday'.

In their numbers? Fulham away this season was numbers. Mind you, given our current performances, perhaps 1,400 could warrant this description. Cue the hordes wending their way to the home of the fake hoops.


Don't want too many there though, as we know important things, like being able to see the pitch, are a premium at Loftus Road so the more space there is available the better.

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Re: QPR (A)

by genome » 21 Apr 2016 10:37

Are there are only restricted view tickets available? Was planning on going relatively last minute (I'm aware it's not pay on the day)

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Re: QPR (A)

by George_ » 21 Apr 2016 10:55

genome Are there are only restricted view tickets available? Was planning on going relatively last minute (I'm aware it's not pay on the day)


Think normal upper & lower tickets are still available.

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Re: QPR (A)

by Slater1993 » 21 Apr 2016 14:26

John Smith
26-10-06 Pubs?

Think I might do The Defector's Weld or Westfields bars.

Never tried the Springbok - any advice for that one?



Will they let you in any of those?

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Re: QPR (A)

by No Fixed Abode » 21 Apr 2016 15:23

The Deflectors Weld was home supporters only last season - I was with some QPR fans though so they let me in without having a home match ticket.

I've got in the Springbok before no trouble.

O'Neill's is generally fine There's a Wetherspoon's upstairs in the shopping mall - there never seems to be any bouncers on the door for lower profile games.
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