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You can still, as I type, place your ST on the exchange.
And, thinking about it, more definitely appeared on the TE for the BHA game, after the purchase window opened......
 
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Starting to hit some form!!!😬

Will be there next week, and have been at the last 3 games v them (0-4, 0-4, 1-4). Hoping for an improvement!!! 😁

Any one done all of the previous 4 (including LC game in 1974)? Or even last league game in 1946??!! 😀
 
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As of 07:40 Sunday:
1 ticket available on TE (North Stand)
 

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Early team news from Liverpool, Thiago is definitely out of Saturday's game. Trent Alexander Arnold is 50/50 (covid) however Firmino is likely to be in the squad.
 

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Stuart Attwell on Saturday…

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Starting to hit some form!!!😬

Will be there next week, and have been at the last 3 games v them (0-4, 0-4, 1-4). Hoping for an improvement!!! 😁

Any one done all of the previous 4 (including LC game in 1974)? Or even last league game in 1946??!! 😀
Not 1946. Lge cup game at Anfield lost 2 1
 

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I see all those games too.

I went to Anfield one night back in 2002 vs Blackburn. 4-3 Liverpool win.
Sat in the kop and 4 seems to appear too often when I go to Anfield.
Just as well we've got until January to break that curse then...:)
 

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Just as well we've got until January to break that curse then...:)
Could be worse.
3 trips to Stamford Bridge watching Brentford.
L0-5
L0-4
L0-4.
The 5 nil was a youth cup tie on a Thursday night in 1984.
A few hardy souls made it that night to watch us on a pudding of a pitch.
A good drink before and after I remember.

Whatever happened to a pudding of a pitch?
 

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"Tickets will be available online only to all My Bees Members, who have not yet purchased a ticket on a first-come, first-served basis at 4pm today. Be ready to login and buy at 4pm today."
 

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"Tickets will be available online only to all My Bees Members, who have not yet purchased a ticket on a first-come, first-served basis at 4pm today. Be ready to login and buy at 4pm today."
What's stopping Liverpool fans, who are members, buying tickets?
 

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What's stopping Liverpool fans, who are members, buying tickets?
Why is there a continued obsession about away fans purchasing tickets? Find it odd, especially considering several members have posted to say they've got tickets in the home end at WHU.
 
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Why is there a continued obsession about away fans purchasing tickets? Find it odd, especially considering several members have posted to say they've got tickets in the home end at WHU.
Because it stops home fans from getting them...........
 

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Why is there a continued obsession about away fans purchasing tickets? Find it odd, especially considering several members have posted to say they've got tickets in the home end at WHU.
WHU not selling out their ground and having spare seats is very different to our current situation.
Not for Liverpool, but Chelsea game I have been unable to get a ticket for one of my brothers, lifetime fan. Any Chelsea fan in the home end is taking away a seat from him, and I'm sure countless others. If I'm unable to get him one on the exchange, and I see a blue anywhere near us, words will not be my course of action.
 

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WHU not selling out their ground and having spare seats is very different to our current situation.
Not for Liverpool, but Chelsea game I have been unable to get a ticket for one of my brothers, lifetime fan. Any Chelsea fan in the home end is taking away a seat from him, and I'm sure countless others. If I'm unable to get him one on the exchange, and I see a blue anywhere near us, words will not be my course of action.
I think it's the club you should be aiming your frustration at. If the system allows a Chelsea fan to buy a ticket, he or she is well within their right to do so providing they keep to themselves during the game.

That system won't change this season for reasons already mentioned on this topic but something the club can take feedback on for next season.
 

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Can I buy tickets for the Liverpool game on my account and allocate to members in my F&F if I am a ST holder or will it just not be an option. If that doesn't work do I need to create a new account for them? Is there a quick way of doing this? They are too young to have an email address yet
 

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Can I buy tickets for the Liverpool game on my account and allocate to members in my F&F if I am a ST holder or will it just not be an option. If that doesn't work do I need to create a new account for them? Is there a quick way of doing this? They are too young to have an email address yet
sold out apart from a few members tickets isn't it ?
 

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As @horshambees noted:
Milk Cup 1983: Home (1-4) and Away (0-4)
FA Cup 1989: Away (0-4)

I was at all 3............ :rolleyes:
Me too and the earlier 2-1 defeatat Anfield in the league Cup. Iirc we scored first. We were stood on the Kop with a couple of my brothers Uni friends who were Liverpool fans. They were all at Lancaster Uni and had a trip out for the game meeting me there. I remember one going in his thick scouse accent 'I knew this would f*****g happen' when we scored first!
 

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sold out apart from a few members tickets isn't it ?
Yeah but I thought 50% of the remaining allocation goes to Members in a free for all which I assume they are eligible for as they are Junior Members (Bee Team) I think they go on sale at 4pm so wanted to try. I just have a sneaking suspicion that when I log on it will say I am ineligible as it will recognise I am a ST holder
 

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Can I buy tickets for the Liverpool game on my account and allocate to members in my F&F if I am a ST holder or will it just not be an option. If that doesn't work do I need to create a new account for them? Is there a quick way of doing this? They are too young to have an email address yet
No. As a ST holder you won't be allowed into to buy tickets.

I would call the box office now and ask them what you should do. But if they are too young to have an email address they are probably too young for this fixture. The seats that will be available at 4pm are very unlikely to be next to yours.
 

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No. As a ST holder you won't be allowed into to buy tickets.

I would call the box office now and ask them what you should do. But if they are too young to have an email address they are probably too young for this fixture. The seats that will be available at 4pm are very unlikely to be next to yours.
I’ve said before it would be good and I’d have thought involve minimal coding to allow STs to be treated as members to enable them to access tickets for at least junior F&F members eligible for tickets. But you’re right that it’s pointless for kids who will need the seat next to yours in sold out games.

For less popular games the ticket office is helpful on the phone in sorting a pair elsewhere.
 

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I’ve said before it would be good and I’d have thought involve minimal coding to allow STs to be treated as members to enable them to access tickets for at least junior F&F members eligible for tickets. But you’re right that it’s pointless for kids who will need the seat next to yours in sold out games.

For less popular games the ticket office is helpful on the phone in sorting a pair elsewhere.

I think the issue is that ST holders would then be able to purchase an extra ticket for themselves. It's a very inflexible system.
 
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I’ve said before it would be good and I’d have thought involve minimal coding to allow STs to be treated as members to enable them to access tickets for at least junior F&F members eligible for tickets. But you’re right that it’s pointless for kids who will need the seat next to yours in sold out games.

For less popular games the ticket office is helpful on the phone in sorting a pair elsewhere.
I don't believe that anyone with any background in developing would come to that conclusion (no matter what the ticketing system). Luckily you're a lawyer and can put such accusations to the witness, however I don't think you'd extract an admission on the facts in this case.
 

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No. As a ST holder you won't be allowed into to buy tickets.

I would call the box office now and ask them what you should do. But if they are too young to have an email address they are probably too young for this fixture. The seats that will be available at 4pm are very unlikely to be next to yours.
Thanks. Called the box office it was busy although the new phone system allows you to request a callback rather than stay on hold......saying that still awaiting a calback.

Take your point in the single seat issue but our plan was for one of our ST group to sit apart allowing my nephew to come. Hopefully get a resolution for future games once I speak to the Ticket Office
 

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Thanks. Called the box office it was busy although the new phone system allows you to request a callback rather than stay on hold......saying that still awaiting a calback.

Take your point in the single seat issue but our plan was for one of our ST group to sit apart allowing my nephew to come. Hopefully get a resolution for future games once I speak to the Ticket Office
You should get a callback at the same time as if you had of waited for your call to be answered. i.e. the callback keeps your place in the queue and they make an outgoing call to you at the time your call would have reached the front of the incoming queue.

I'd be interested to know if that works. Thanks.
 

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You should get a callback at the same time as if you had of waited for your call to be answered. i.e. the callback keeps your place in the queue and they make an outgoing call to you at the time your call would have reached the front of the incoming queue.

I'd be interested to know if that works. Thanks.
Our local Chinese used to use that call back wotsit

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You should get a callback at the same time as if you had of waited for your call to be answered. i.e. the callback keeps your place in the queue and they make an outgoing call to you at the time your call would have reached the front of the incoming queue.

I'd be interested to know if that works. Thanks.
I'll let you know when I get my callback. I made the initial call at 11.20 so been waiting an hour or so already. Not got much hope to be honest as they will be busy with calls about the tickets going on sale later today
 

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I don't believe that anyone with any background in developing would come to that conclusion (no matter what the ticketing system). Luckily you're a lawyer and can put such accusations to the witness, however I don't think you'd extract an admission on the facts in this case.
Add all ST fan numbers to the Member database. Let all members access the site but buy only tickets for F&F if they don’t have one assigned to their fan number already. Or is coding less logical than that?
 

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Add all ST fan numbers to the Member database. Let all members access the site but buy only tickets for F&F if they don’t have one assigned to their fan number already. Or is coding less logical than that?
So, you've permanently comprised member data without addressing or understanding the consequences of doing so; added two conditions to the STHer flow; also you've not considered whether or not each of the F&F are STHers, members or neither. And what if the F&F has bought a ticket already?

This doesn't sound like "minimal coding" to me.
 

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Yeah but I thought 50% of the remaining allocation goes to Members in a free for all which I assume they are eligible for as they are Junior Members (Bee Team) I think they go on sale at 4pm so wanted to try. I just have a sneaking suspicion that when I log on it will say I am ineligible as it will recognise I am a ST holder
Just to confirm in case this confuses people. The tickets on sale at 4pm are NOT the 50% allocation - these were sold weeks ago. Today is just a very limited number of additional tickets.
 

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Just to confirm in case this confuses people. The tickets on sale at 4pm are NOT the 50% allocation - these were sold weeks ago. Today is just a very limited number of additional tickets.
Yes, they are in addition to the 50%.
 

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I'll let you know when I get my callback. I made the initial call at 11.20 so been waiting an hour or so already. Not got much hope to be honest as they will be busy with calls about the tickets going on sale later today
I believe the ticket office is closed on a Wednesday
 
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