QPR Tickets

Redwurzel

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Approximaltely 460 tickets available on general sale now - all lower tier, but still some decent views. No priority points required.

A chance for non season ticket holders to go to a away game that is 3pm not on Sky.

Tight enclosed ground, but good for atmosphere.

Easy to get to on public transport.
 

Abel Tasman

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Approximaltely 460 tickets available on general sale now - all lower tier, but still some decent views. No priority points required.

A chance for non season ticket holders to go to a away game that is 3pm not on Sky.

Tight enclosed ground, but good for atmosphere.

Easy to get to on public transport.
You should add for southern based fans it’s easy. Surprised there is that many left. Last season I think it sold out and it was a midweek game.
 

NorthumberlandBoro

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Looking forward to it. It's a relatively easy trip for us, if not cheap. One direct train and a short tube, but must admit it is an awful away end. No space in the seats and the most cramped concourse in the league.
Good to see the tickets arriving this morning, send out promptly.
Wonder if the remaining tickets will shift over the weekend, on the back of a victory tonight?
UTB!
 

NorthumberlandBoro

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You should add for southern based fans it’s easy. Surprised there is that many left. Last season I think it sold out and it was a midweek game.
For these sort of games there seems to be a mad rush for the first 12-1500 then it tails off. Probably would have sold more by now if they had been on sale a week earlier.
 

Facefuzz

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I love going to qpr. The view from the upper tier is probably the best in the league for behind a goal. Usually a good atmosphere and a day in the big smoke. UTB
 

exeterboro

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We have sold over 2300, still the tickets above mentioned left + the 1 block they haven't opened yet.
At Peterborough we sold 3700 tickets last season because people had time, this is what happens when they are released less then 10 days before the game, it makes people make quick yes or no judgements as to they are going, with a a reasonable time people can organise cheaper transport, get friends going to go as well, rearranging other commitments etc.
 

exeterboro

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I booked transport when they announced the live TV fixtures I knew this was one I wanted to go to, I don't mind going in the home end at some grounds. I held off from booking transport for Blackpool yesterday, I want to go but think even if our results aren't great there will be a lot going to this and want to be in the away end for this one.
 

Redwurzel

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About 2,200 last season - I expect us to sell over 2,500 - to some extent depends on how we do later today and signings over the next few days. Some London based fans just go to the odd game and take a partner/friend they can make their mind up late. Its less than 60 minutes from anywhere within the M25 almost.

Peterboro was crazy last season selling 3,700. I don't know where that came from.

It is the holiday season at present which could reduce sales and there are transport strikes all over the place - however there is nothing planned for that weekend.
 

S7DiscoDown

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I've got 2 as Southern based. Unfortunately it's in the lower tier that's awful. Although 2 rows from the back so as good as I could get.

It's an awful away end. I'm guessing you'd call it 'old school'.

I'm sure it will sellout. Especially after we stick 3 past WBA and sign Armstrong and Muniz this week😉
 

fmttmadmin

Administrator
Staff member
I've got 2 as Southern based. Unfortunately it's in the lower tier that's awful. Although 2 rows from the back so as good as I could get.

It's an awful away end. I'm guessing you'd call it 'old school'.

I'm sure it will sellout. Especially after we stick 3 past WBA and sign Armstrong and Muniz this week😉
Some of the lower tier tickets - not the front row - have an incredible view. Same applies to the upper tickets where you are sitting over the pitch. Is pretty much unique at this level of football.
 

Redwurzel

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I agree with you Davey.

But obviously no Forest or S/Wed this season and Sheff U will unlikely bring 2.500.
 
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