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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby Bring Humph On!! » Sun Sep 10, 2017 6:30 pm

BR is spot on ... I'm trying to buy a ticket for the prom/west terrace. Not able to do it via ticketmaster and as yet haven't had a chance to ring Ulster Rugby ticket office. It shouldn't be this difficult though.
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby BR » Sun Sep 10, 2017 6:59 pm

Bring Humph On!! wrote:BR is spot on ... I'm trying to buy a ticket for the prom/west terrace. Not able to do it via ticketmaster and as yet haven't had a chance to ring Ulster Rugby ticket office. It shouldn't be this difficult though.

I don't think they sell children's tickets on the Prom or Terrace any longer. I think you can only buy for memorial or family terraces. But I think you could still run into problems trying to buy an individual child's ticket even for those areas.
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby Gerald the Mole » Sun Sep 10, 2017 7:08 pm

BR wrote:Who's that then?


He did not play on Saturday .
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby BR » Sun Sep 10, 2017 7:17 pm

Gerald the Mole wrote:
BR wrote:Who's that then?


He did not play on Saturday .

Neither did i
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby Gerald the Mole » Sun Sep 10, 2017 7:39 pm

BR wrote:
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BR wrote:Who's that then?


He did not play on Saturday .

Neither did i


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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby Bring Humph On!! » Sun Sep 10, 2017 9:26 pm

BR wrote:
Bring Humph On!! wrote:BR is spot on ... I'm trying to buy a ticket for the prom/west terrace. Not able to do it via ticketmaster and as yet haven't had a chance to ring Ulster Rugby ticket office. It shouldn't be this difficult though.

I don't think they sell children's tickets on the Prom or Terrace any longer. I think you can only buy for memorial or family terraces. But I think you could still run into problems trying to buy an individual child's ticket even for those areas.


I can't buy an individual child ticket for anywhere - still to try ticket office.
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby BR » Sun Sep 10, 2017 10:51 pm

Bring Humph On!! wrote:
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Bring Humph On!! wrote:BR is spot on ... I'm trying to buy a ticket for the prom/west terrace. Not able to do it via ticketmaster and as yet haven't had a chance to ring Ulster Rugby ticket office. It shouldn't be this difficult though.

I don't think they sell children's tickets on the Prom or Terrace any longer. I think you can only buy for memorial or family terraces. But I think you could still run into problems trying to buy an individual child's ticket even for those areas.


I can't buy an individual child ticket for anywhere - still to try ticket office.

Yip that's why I think there's a problem with the system.
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby Rooster » Sun Sep 10, 2017 11:02 pm

BR wrote:
Bring Humph On!! wrote:
BR wrote:
Bring Humph On!! wrote:BR is spot on ... I'm trying to buy a ticket for the prom/west terrace. Not able to do it via ticketmaster and as yet haven't had a chance to ring Ulster Rugby ticket office. It shouldn't be this difficult though.

I don't think they sell children's tickets on the Prom or Terrace any longer. I think you can only buy for memorial or family terraces. But I think you could still run into problems trying to buy an individual child's ticket even for those areas.


I can't buy an individual child ticket for anywhere - still to try ticket office.

Yip that's why I think there's a problem with the system.

Also the buying 2 tickets when there are just 3's available.
I have also noticed that sections 3-7 now are sold as a package with bar pass and programme which adds considerably to price
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby BR » Sun Sep 10, 2017 11:06 pm

Rooster wrote:
BR wrote:
Bring Humph On!! wrote:
BR wrote:
Bring Humph On!! wrote:BR is spot on ... I'm trying to buy a ticket for the prom/west terrace. Not able to do it via ticketmaster and as yet haven't had a chance to ring Ulster Rugby ticket office. It shouldn't be this difficult though.

I don't think they sell children's tickets on the Prom or Terrace any longer. I think you can only buy for memorial or family terraces. But I think you could still run into problems trying to buy an individual child's ticket even for those areas.


I can't buy an individual child ticket for anywhere - still to try ticket office.

Yip that's why I think there's a problem with the system.

Also the buying 2 tickets when there are just 3's available.
I have also noticed that sections 3-7 now are sold as a package with bar pass and programme which adds considerably to price

That sounds deliberate though. I can't believe they are deliberately stopping people buying kids tickets for the family section.
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby BaggyTrousers » Sun Sep 10, 2017 11:11 pm

Bring Humph On!! wrote:
BR wrote:
Bring Humph On!! wrote:BR is spot on ... I'm trying to buy a ticket for the prom/west terrace. Not able to do it via ticketmaster and as yet haven't had a chance to ring Ulster Rugby ticket office. It shouldn't be this difficult though.

I don't think they sell children's tickets on the Prom or Terrace any longer. I think you can only buy for memorial or family terraces. But I think you could still run into problems trying to buy an individual child's ticket even for those areas.


I can't buy an individual child ticket for anywhere - still to try ticket office.


BHO, I don't doubt you have a good point and there may well be unfair restrictions in the system and perhaps some programming by ticketmotherfukka that thwarts seemingly basic requirements such as yours .................. but FFFS pal would you do us all a favour and ring the frigging ticket office.

Until we hear if they can accommodate your request we are without a fundamental piece of data in the complicated decision we all face as to whether or not this is a facking calumny.

Ring them FFS, it's good to talk. >EW
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby BaggyTrousers » Sun Sep 10, 2017 11:19 pm

Rooster wrote:
BR wrote:
Bring Humph On!! wrote:
BR wrote:
Bring Humph On!! wrote:BR is spot on ... I'm trying to buy a ticket for the prom/west terrace. Not able to do it via ticketmaster and as yet haven't had a chance to ring Ulster Rugby ticket office. It shouldn't be this difficult though.

I don't think they sell children's tickets on the Prom or Terrace any longer. I think you can only buy for memorial or family terraces. But I think you could still run into problems trying to buy an individual child's ticket even for those areas.


I can't buy an individual child ticket for anywhere - still to try ticket office.

Yip that's why I think there's a problem with the system.

Also the buying 2 tickets when there are just 3's available.
I have also noticed that sections 3-7 now are sold as a package with bar pass and programme which adds considerably to price


BR:
That sounds deliberate though. I can't believe they are deliberately stopping people buying kids tickets for the family section.

My Trousers:Aye, seems that way, but FFFS we are lacking one crucial piece of info, to-wit, if BHO calls the feckin' ticket office, will they sell him a bloody nippers ticket?

It is eminently possible that a conscious decision has been made not to issue a single child ticket for reasons of child protection, or more likely from the fear of being prosecuted should something go awfully wrong and some priest gets hold of a stray waif. :shock: :shock: :shock:

Stranger things have happened, hence I urge BHO to make that call............. I quite frankly do not understand why he is repeatedly posting his misfortune here without having made a simple dog & bone call. You'd almost think he's enjoying the apparent inconvenience...... though of course, I chose to see the good in everyone. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby BR » Sun Sep 10, 2017 11:26 pm

BHO simply asked if anyone had experience/advice. He then came back to clarify his problem after others started discussing it. He says he'll phone them when he gets a chance.. in the meantime we can have some illinformed discussion and speculation. It's UAFC; it's what we do.
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby BaggyTrousers » Sun Sep 10, 2017 11:44 pm

Aye ok, trust me to see it in simplistic terms .............. I've only been here 4 or 5 years, I'll try and cop on eventually.
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby BR » Mon Sep 11, 2017 10:20 am

BaggyTrousers wrote:Aye ok, trust me to see it in simplistic terms .............. I've only been here 4 or 5 years, I'll try and cop on eventually.

We have to accept that, for some, that may never happen.
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Re: Childrens Tickets

Postby Russ » Mon Sep 11, 2017 1:26 pm

Has the call been made?

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