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Train tickets purchased.

£22 each (with a Railcard). London Euston to Stoke-On-Trent less than 1 1/2 hours each way.

Yes, this could still be moved for TV but have booked via Trainline which allows you to change your booking.

Support the boys at our last away game this season. COYB!!
 

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Train tickets purchased.

£22 each (with a Railcard). London Euston to Stoke-On-Trent less than 1 1/2 hours each way.

Yes, this could still be moved for TV but have booked via Trainline which allows you to change your booking.

Support the boys at our last away game this season. COYB!!
What's the deal with being able to change your booking? Never known this on trainline
 

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Is that £10 each way or for the full return journey? Will definitely be looking to do this game as it could be monumental (or just mental)
Not sure mate for the whole journey i think
 

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What's the deal with being able to change your booking? Never known this on trainline
One of the Eastcote Elite changed his booking for Hull away when it was switched for TV. Received a full refund on the original tickets and paid the new amount (which was actually less) for the new journey.
 

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2 single tickets from Euston to Stoke approx. £20 - will forgo the cost should this be moved but I don't see it happening to be honest.
 

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Train tickets purchased.

£22 each (with a Railcard). London Euston to Stoke-On-Trent less than 1 1/2 hours each way.

Yes, this could still be moved for TV but have booked via Trainline which allows you to change your booking.

Support the boys at our last away game this season. COYB!!
Will be having some of this captain.
 

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Train tickets purchased.

£22 each (with a Railcard). London Euston to Stoke-On-Trent less than 1 1/2 hours each way.

Yes, this could still be moved for TV but have booked via Trainline which allows you to change your booking.

Support the boys at our last away game this season. COYB!!
............you have previous for this type of thing..................
 

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Any body who knows anything about bees should bee involved ps old boys welcome from the Royal Oak is it worth a reunion bus .??
 

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If it gets changed for TV when is it likely to change too?

I fly back to Australia Sunday lunchtime (which I booked specifically to fit in the Stoke game, I'm staying an extra few days and my missus is flying home on Friday.. wasn't a particularly popular decision lol).

Really hope it doesn't move to Sunday...

When do tickets go on sale? Could be a great away day depending on what's at stake in the pneultinate game..
 

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There's a beefeater not far. Enjoy.
There's a number of places to eat in Trentham Shopping Village, about 3 miles before the stadium on the A34.
 

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Mine wasn't a serious post J
OK, :whoosh: we quite like a decent lunch before a 3pm game and have built a good list of recommended restaurants over time. Also a good list of stadiums, mainly in retail parks, with places serving **** microwave meals to be avoided. Best: Hull, worst, anywhere where your choice is between KFC and Frankie & Benny's, ****, **** or ****!

Wrong thread...
 

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If it gets changed for TV when is it likely to change too?

I fly back to Australia Sunday lunchtime (which I booked specifically to fit in the Stoke game, I'm staying an extra few days and my missus is flying home on Friday.. wasn't a particularly popular decision lol).

Really hope it doesn't move to Sunday...

When do tickets go on sale? Could be a great away day depending on what's at stake in the pneultinate game..
You have a bit of a wait: '[TV] Selections for 25th April by 3rd April'. Then you'll know whether the risk has paid off.

There aren't a lot of Sunday games though in the next month or so, and a couple that are scheduled for then are at 3pm which suggests it's not for TV reasons. Of course a couple are as well... Tickets will only go on sale once the TV picks have been decided though, if it is picked it will likely be the Friday night or Saturday lunchtime slot, but don't hold me to that.
 

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to be fair, there's not much of an atmosphere.
 

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All booked up for this. Can't see it moving for TV.

£18 all in with a rail card. From High Wycombe via Brum.
 

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So you have to pay £10 per ticket to change, then you have to pay any difference
between the price of old ticket and new ticket, can’t see the point of this, or am I
missing something?
Well it kind of makes sense.

Buy a £20 non refundable ticket.

Then can't make it, so you need to rearrange. The new ticket is now £30, say.

You pay £20 + £10 + £10 = £40.

If you just bought a new ticket at £30, you lose the old one at £20+£30 = £50.
 

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Just got my refund on these, trainline allowing cancellation of advance singles due to the current situation.
 

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