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Looking forward to this one…train to hackney wick and a few pints in the brewery bars near the canals there….there’s not a lot of choice around the ground and expect aggro after when everyone’s let out and you meet their lot at a certain point outside…you’ve been warned 👍😎😁
 

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Plenty have tickets in the home sections including my good self and a little side warning the stewards there are proper bar stewards
 

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Plenty have tickets in the home sections including my good self and a little side warning the stewards there are proper bar stewards

Yep 3 in block 213 purchased.
 

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Yep and yet people are getting very upset at the prospect of some away fans getting into our home areas. Bit hypocritical.
It depends on how much demand there is and capacity along with how people behave. If they’re not taking a ticket away from a WH fan who wanted to go and sit quietly, no real problem. At BCS the issue in some games will be that we have more fans wanting a ticket than we have seats, so away fans in home stands are taking the place of a Bee and even if they sit on their hands all game, we’re down on singers and Bees fans are at home or in the pub rather than where they’d prefer to be.
 

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My son got his, but mine hasn't

I ordered mine a few days before he did.
 

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Ticket arrived today. Lower Tier Row 3! Wonder what the view will be like (to the goal area at the other end)?!
 

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Ticket arrived today. Lower Tier Row 3! Wonder what the view will be like (to the goal area at the other end)?!
This is Row 7, so just imagine yourself four seats nearer the front…..

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Plenty have tickets in the home sections including my good self and a little side warning the stewards there are proper bar stewards
So you are going as a "Tourist" for the day then

There will be hundreds of them.

Or just say you are a non league fan visiting the stadium
 

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Disappointed with my own ineptness - had more than enough TAPs to get a ticket today but my lad hasn’t. Not going to go without him, so I thought I’d wait until tomorrow in the misguided notion that I’d be able to get us both tickets then. Mistake. :(

If anyone finds an adult and a youth ticket just laying about in the street unwanted, please PM me 🤓

Off to Wolves anyway on Saturday so I’ll torment him throughout that journey on what a liability he is 🤡
Now got tickets sorted.

Stand down, GPG. Panic over.
 

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Still waiting for mine to arrive.
Plenty of time yet.
 

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Tickets arrived. Row 4:banghead: lower.
 

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Mine arrived this morning.

Row 23
 

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Row 21 :sorted:
 

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I suppose all tickets were posted at the same time? Plenty of time to go before it's time to worry, surely?
 

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I have an upper tier ticket and would happily swap for a lower tier if someone wants rail seating and to sing more. PM for chance to swap.
 

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Mate of mine lives in Hoddesdon, not far from me and is a WHU STH. He drives down to each home game, and parks in a mate of his' driveway 10 mins walk or so away from ground. Going with him. However, didn't think there were many houses in Stratford with driveways!

Know the area reasonably well as in laws used to live in East Ham, a 1/4 mile away from the Boleyn Ground. They always knew WH had scored, without going to any games there. When we played there in 1993, parked outside their house - no Resident's Parking restrictions in those days!
 

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Sounds like a stupid question, but I will ask anyway.
Travelling into London Bridge on the Sunday and will be getting off there and planning to get to Tower Gateway for the DLR to Pudding Mill Lane.
I know the way which is good.
Only problem.
London marathon.
How do you cross the road with barriers up and thousands of runners?
I think there is a tunnel around by the Tower that links to the tube station,but a day in London on marathon day is a day I have always avoided.
Answers on a postcard?
 

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Sounds like a stupid question, but I will ask anyway.
Travelling into London Bridge on the Sunday and will be getting off there and planning to get to Tower Gateway for the DLR to Pudding Mill Lane.
I know the way which is good.
Only problem.
London marathon.
How do you cross the road with barriers up and thousands of runners?
I think there is a tunnel around by the Tower that links to the tube station,but a day in London on marathon day is a day I have always avoided.
Answers on a postcard?
Sounds like a bit of a kerfuffle that route. You'd probably be better off getting the Jubilee line from London Bdg to Canning Town (about 11 minutes) then either get the DLR to Stratford High Street, a bit more walking tho' or get the DLR from Canning Town to Poplar and change for the Pudding Lane DLR there.
 

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Sounds like a bit of a kurfuffle that route. You'd probably be better off getting the Jubilee line from London Bdg to Canning Town (about 11 minutes) then either get the DLR to Stratford High Street, a bit more walking tho' or get the DLR from Canning Town to Poplar and change for the Pudding Lane DLR there.
I was going to go to Stratford, but by the sounds of it, that could be very crowded.
 

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Sounds like a stupid question, but I will ask anyway.
Travelling into London Bridge on the Sunday and will be getting off there and planning to get to Tower Gateway for the DLR to Pudding Mill Lane.
I know the way which is good.
Only problem.
London marathon.
How do you cross the road with barriers up and thousands of runners?
I think there is a tunnel around by the Tower that links to the tube station,but a day in London on marathon day is a day I have always avoided.
Answers on a postcard?

I walk round there most days...

Normally - as you know - you'd walk along the river (past the mayor's office) then up the steps onto Tower Bridge, and over the bridge. However, with the Marathon, Lord knows where the crossings will be. As you say, there's a tunnel under the road at Tower Hill, so you can double back on yourself from the bridge, which solves the problem as long as Minories isn't closed...

If you're keen to DLR, I'd be tempted to walk from London Bridge up to Bank and start the DLR from there, or at least walk over London Bridge and wiggle round to Tower Hill on the north side of the river ;)
 
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