Travel Brighton (A) Good luck with this

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Just booked the park and ride from Hollingbury Asda. It’s free but you have to register. Google Brighton Asda park and ride and you’ll find it. 400+ spaces left when I booked but you have to book in advance apparently..
 

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Just booked the park and ride from Hollingbury Asda. It’s free but you have to register. Google Brighton Asda park and ride and you’ll find it. 400+ spaces left when I booked but you have to book in advance apparently..
Done. Thanks for the info.

Note: If anyone else does this, you not only have to register on the site, you have to create a Brighton fan number. (yuk). So a shower is required afterwards.
 

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Any spares about for Brighton? Already going but looking for an extra for a family member. Much appreciated
 

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Circumstances mean I now have 1 spare adult ticket for this, with a spare (complimentary!) seat in the car from West London, via Horsham and back to Horsham (only) after the game. Parking at the university
 

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Circumstances mean I now have 1 spare adult ticket for this, with a spare (complimentary!) seat in the car from West London, via Horsham and back to Horsham (only) after the game. Parking at the university
@AshleyG
 

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Just seen the 'No bags, no exceptions' rule for the Amex too. It's like they sit down and write a list of things they can come up with to see what the average fan's breaking point is. Put it on Boxing Day, then shift it to 8pm when there's no public transport, then make them sign up for park and ride via becoming a Brighton member, then tell 'em they can't bring anything with them, and if they do they'll have to leave it outside and it'll be disposed of.
The resemblance to a trip to the theatre, cinema, restaurant, in fact anywhere else, is uncanny.
 

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Certainly the coaches we had for Stoke didn't have chargers.
Tight as a drum getting in and out too.
On the Leeds Coach, the “Megabus” we were on had chargers.
It also had extra seats put in, so no legroom 😩. Not sure about
the MCH coaches🤔
 

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Just a quick heads up to anyone doing a Michael Palin and undertaking the trip south today.
1/ Where ever the coach drops you off will be where it parks. Make a note of the coach company and number but also remember there will be 100's of buses & coaches today.
2/ As a club we are used to lots of P&R and coaches. The stewards are very very good so please don't give them any abuse. Lost your coach? They will do all they can to find it.
3/ Using P&R. The queues post match will be long and confusing. Remember, pick it up from where you got off but it will be shuttles so you may have to queue.
4/ Stay in the bar. P&R will go on for a while post match so enjoy a post match beer (not coaches, they leave prompt).
Enjoy the game. Expecting a 90/10% possession from us and a 0:0 draw.
And finally attendance. It may be anounced as a sell out 31,000 but you'll notice the ground half empty. It's tickets sold and we're a mumpty lot. 8pm, no trains, no buses, on TV, bank holiday. Expect 15,000 to stay at home.
 
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Hi guys, today is my first time using the coach for an away game, I’m going by myself and I’m under 18 and I just realised I need to sign some sort of parental consent form. I’m 99% I’ve left it too late as the box office isn’t open today, and I’m not sure if anyone’s working the enquiries email to check what I’ve sent them this morning. You have to email them to get hold of the consent form.

If I roll up there without the consent form, am i screwed? I’m 17 for reference.
 

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Hi guys, today is my first time using the coach for an away game, I’m going by myself and I’m under 18 and I just realised I need to sign some sort of parental consent form. I’m 99% I’ve left it too late as the box office isn’t open today, and I’m not sure if anyone’s working the enquiries email to check what I’ve sent them this morning. You have to email them to get hold of the consent form.

If I roll up there without the consent form, am i screwed? I’m 17 for reference.
Just turn up and see what happens.
I am sure you will be fine.
 
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Hi guys, today is my first time using the coach for an away game, I’m going by myself and I’m under 18 and I just realised I need to sign some sort of parental consent form. I’m 99% I’ve left it too late as the box office isn’t open today, and I’m not sure if anyone’s working the enquiries email to check what I’ve sent them this morning. You have to email them to get hold of the consent form.

If I roll up there without the consent form, am i screwed? I’m 17 for reference.
I doubt they’ll question your age / consent form.
 

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Hi guys, today is my first time using the coach for an away game, I’m going by myself and I’m under 18 and I just realised I need to sign some sort of parental consent form. I’m 99% I’ve left it too late as the box office isn’t open today, and I’m not sure if anyone’s working the enquiries email to check what I’ve sent them this morning. You have to email them to get hold of the consent form.

If I roll up there without the consent form, am i screwed? I’m 17 for reference.
Do you look 12 or 20?
 

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Hi guys, today is my first time using the coach for an away game, I’m going by myself and I’m under 18 and I just realised I need to sign some sort of parental consent form. I’m 99% I’ve left it too late as the box office isn’t open today, and I’m not sure if anyone’s working the enquiries email to check what I’ve sent them this morning. You have to email them to get hold of the consent form.

If I roll up there without the consent form, am i screwed? I’m 17 for reference.
Do you look 12 or 20? Ah but you have a junior ticket I suspect. Hmmmm. I'd just give it a try and see what happens.
 

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Hi guys, today is my first time using the coach for an away game, I’m going by myself and I’m under 18 and I just realised I need to sign some sort of parental consent form. I’m 99% I’ve left it too late as the box office isn’t open today, and I’m not sure if anyone’s working the enquiries email to check what I’ve sent them this morning. You have to email them to get hold of the consent form.

If I roll up there without the consent form, am i screwed? I’m 17 for reference.
Just start crying uncontrollably when they ask about your parents, that should keep them quiet!
 

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Do you look 12 or 20? Ah but you have a junior ticket I suspect. Hmmmm. I'd just give it a try and see what happens.
I could probably pass as 20 but the thing is they’re going to check covid passports, and I don’t have one since I’m underage so I’m gonna say no and then they might ask for some parental consent form or something 😬

We’ll see what happens, hopefully the steward just lets me on, I’m 17, not 13. It shouldn’t be too problematic.
 

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I could probably pass as 20 but the thing is they’re going to check covid passports, and I don’t have one since I’m underage so I’m gonna say no and then they might ask for some parental consent form or something 😬

We’ll see what happens, hopefully the steward just lets me on, I’m 17, not 13. It shouldn’t be too problematic.
As a 17 years old you're allowed to i) enter the ground without a COVID passport ii) attend without a parent, or parental consent.
 
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I could probably pass as 20 but the thing is they’re going to check covid passports, and I don’t have one since I’m underage so I’m gonna say no and then they might ask for some parental consent form or something 😬

We’ll see what happens, hopefully the steward just lets me on, I’m 17, not 13. It shouldn’t be too problematic.
From my understanding, it is only the over 18s that need a covid pass or proof a negative lateral flow - I would recommend that you take some ID to prove that you are under 18.
 

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I could probably pass as 20 but the thing is they’re going to check covid passports, and I don’t have one since I’m underage so I’m gonna say no and then they might ask for some parental consent form or something 😬

We’ll see what happens, hopefully the steward just lets me on, I’m 17, not 13. It shouldn’t be too problematic.
Tag along with an adult.
Easiest way to get in.
 

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On the shuttle bus… almost there.
 
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