- Jul 14, 2010
Both clubs have an allocation of 38k. Just sign up to become a member of either side and get them on general sale.He can do that.
It may not be a big effort but its an effort. If i didnt ask then there would have been no effort! Simples....
Hello everyone. Don't know where to write this and don't want to open a new thread
First of all, sorry for any incorrect grammar.
I'm from Switzerland and I've been following this club for many years now, watching every game if possible since 2011.. I always wanted to come to Liverpool and watch a game, but never really managed to...
So my question is: What is the safest way to get a ticket, or what do you recommend how to get a ticket?
As far as I know from checking the official LFC website, I could go for a match day hospitality. But that's not really what I want, I want to be in the middle of it, not in a "lounge" watching the game.
Does it make sense to get a membership? It's not really about the money right now, but fulfilling a dream of mine.
How much in advance can I buy tickets if I have a membership? (to book a flight etc.). How big are the chance to get tickets as a member anyway? Do you still need to worry about getting tickets?
Any help is highly appreciated.
Thanks so much for your help. So I think the matchday hospitality is the way to go. Any recommondations in terms of which package to go for? Don't really need a big meal to come with it, sitting near the kop is more important to me.. Also what I didn't find out on the LFC website: Is there any limitation on how many people you can book for the hospitality packages? Some mates may want to join.. Thank youHi Patrick, if you go down the hospitality route you will still be “ in the middle of it “. Normally you get a ticket in either Anfield road end or the main stand, as far as I know hospitality packages never include tickets in the Kop. But either way you won’t be stuck in a lounge, you’ll be right in the mix sat in one of the stands.
That is probably your best option if your wanting to book flights in advance.
With it been your first trip to Anfield if you get a membership you will only be able to purchase tickets for home games in the general Sale which is normally around 2 weeks before the match, so not really great if you need to sort travel arrangements. It’s not impossible to get tickets in the general sale, but if it starts at say 8am Uk time then plan to be online well in advance refreshing your page like crazy so you can try to be first in the cue.
There’s many of times I’ve been online dead on the sale start time & still had to wait over an hour before I could try to purchase a ticket, by this point it had sold out.
Answer to your last question about worrying to get tickets, do you mean getting the tickets sent to your address? If so, If you have a membership you get a card which you use to enter the stadium. For hospitality I think you can pick up your tickets at the stadium before the game, but get there early.
All in all with your situation, I would just go down the hospitality route. It guarantees you a ticket & you can plan in advance, also if money isn’t to big of a deal you can choose one of the higher profile games such as Everton, Man Utd etc.
One other option is to contact a hotel called 62 castle street, I’ve stayed there’s myself. They offer a LFC matchday package, it includes your hotel stay & match tickets. It is a little pricey as your tickets include the hospitality part with free food/drink etc. It also includes 2 tickets.
Thanks so much for your help. So I think the matchday hospitality is the way to go. Any recommondations in terms of which package to go for? Don't really need a big meal to come with it, sitting near the kop is more important to me.. Also what I didn't find out on the LFC website: Is there any limitation on how many people you can book for the hospitality packages? Some mates may want to join.. Thank you
That package was also the one I thought may be the best option. Really appreciate your help, can't wait for the PL fixtures to be announced so I can start planning my trip. Definitely trying to book a "gold" fixtureSince the main stand was updated there has been a lot more hospitality packages added, from memory I can’t remember what comes with each package. Personally I’d just go for the cheapest option as some of the meals don’t actually take place at Anfield. So you might just want to skip that part. Make sure you read the itinerary when booking as some of them come with a ticket in the Anfield road upper stand, which is the complete opposite end to The Kop so for you that’s a big no go.
I have no idea where your tickets in any of the other stands would be but I’m sure you’ll have a brilliant time either way.
Quickly had a look there, the Carlsberg dugout package could be an option. Ticket in the middle tier of the main stand but in the far wing towards The Kop end, as close as you’ll get to The Kop without actually been in it.
The foods more relaxed, it’s street style stalls so probably burgers etc. Also get a LFC legend in attendance
That package was also the one I thought may be the best option. Really appreciate your help, can't wait for the PL fixtures to be announced so I can start planning my trip. Definitely trying to book a "gold" fixture
Mate-feel your pain. I got 2 tickets (1 for me and 1 for my son) for the Brighton and Cardiff games after 2.5 hours-then as I'm paying got kicked out and re-joined the queue at the back! If I ever see the words "over an hour" in waiting time again then I'll scream. I've tried both windows for the last 3 seasons and have never got a pair of tickets. Back to the returns screen 2 weeks before each home game..........3 hours in a que this morning and all games sold out. Bloody disgrace
Can i be second in line please and also PSG. Thanks in advanceEvening gents. So after the champions league draw tonight I'm going to be the first annoying one to ask for help in getting away tickets.
Specifically, the game in Belgrade. I moved here a year ago and I simply need to go.
So anyone who qualifies for CL away tickets and doesn't fancy the trip to Belgrade, let me know if you're willing to help me out. Willing to pay face value, naturally!