QPR Tickets

edinboro

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All true, well at least everyone has a chance to get to an away game who wants to. Looking forward to it.

First class on the way back on the 7pm so can stalk the squad and look for new signings.
 

Redwurzel

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I'm amazed it's not sold out yet. Sold out last year and it was midweek.
Around 2,200 sold last season.

I thought it would be very close to sell out by now, based on selling 3,700 for Peterboro last season. However QPR is more expensive and a further 60 miles each way. Its also currently prime holiday season.

We will probably end up selling over 2,600.
 

SE4 Red

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Not sure where this best view in an away end is coming from. Unless you're in the first few rows of the upper tier you will struggle to see the touchline in front of the away end.

I've never actually been in the lower tier but can't imagine it's up to much.
 

Nosmo-King

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Not sure where this best view in an away end is coming from. Unless you're in the first few rows of the upper tier you will struggle to see the touchline in front of the away end.

I've never actually been in the lower tier but can't imagine it's up to much.
Lower - near the front- if it rains you get soaked!
 

Redwurzel

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The roof of the upper tier also leaks in places.

Some seats you lose sight of the ball when it is lofted high. (back of lower tier)

Some seats you can't see the right side side corner when attacking the far end. (upper far right)

And of course some seats you can't see the goal line of the near goal (back rows upper)

Getting out is wait of you have sit down the right hand side as you face the pitch - they let you that side but not out.

I am trying Y2 (Left Upper) to see what it is like. I did not want to pay £36 (£6 more than @ Boro btw).

There are only 370 tickets left - if anyone wants to go I would not hang about and get your tickets today.

2,600 sold so far is a excellent following for a Northern team in London and its a chance for any fan to experience a good away day.

Because its a tight enclosed 18.5k stadium its a decent atmosphere - if it was Boro's ground it would blow you away with noise at times, because it would be full every week. Its not far from three tube stations, bus station and train station. Also there is a giant shopping complex close by (Westfield). For London is also surprisingly cheap and quite easy to park - Uxbridge Road takes you to M25. Also a stadium named after a East Cleveland town how strange is that?
 
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