- Feb 7, 2012
Yea, that's the biggest thing for him.Haven't seen this name in ages. While things have not worked out well for the kid, he's only 22 and maybe he can turn things around in New York by first staying healthy.
LFC supporter here - I have done more research than needed for Anfield and I have learned not to trust the secondary market (mostly based on numerous horror stories from Americans who've been screwed over) - for LFC, the answer was to find someone with a ticket connect / STH - or - buy directly through the clubs hospitability program, which is expensive but guaranteed and from reviews incredibly worth it - be careful with scalpers, same issues with some of the secondary market there - if you are connected with Arsenal supporters groups on social media, post this same question, many of the members will have experience at the Emirates and can direct you better than this rambling answer - hope this can give some direction!Any recommendations on how to get tickets?
Scammers are a definite threat, which is why clubs, including Arsenal, have put in a few roadblocks. The first Arsenal match I caught in January of 2017, I was staying at a high-end hotel for work and asked the concierge for tickets to a Sunday match against Burnley. He provided me with a an existing member's 'borrowed' card with the ticket downloaded onto it, which cost me GBP 100 (plus another GBP 50 that I got back after returning the card) in cash for a seat Section 96 in the top corner (good sight-lines, though). For the second game I caught at Emirates in 2018, I had enough lead time before my trip to purchase an Arsenal Red 'Lite' Membership online for about GBP 30. That allows members to purchase 'match day' tickets or to bid on others (think StubHub). I spent GBP 60 for a seat in the top deck; bit in the lower half right in the middle of the pitch in section 91 to watch the Gunners slip by Southampton in April.I will be abroad in a few weeks. Any recommendations on how to get tickets? It’s during the winter break so I am looking to get Arsenal tickets. It’s against Newcastle so I am thinking it shouldn’t be too difficult or too expensive. Any secondary brokers to trust?
May have fallen through...Antonee Robinson to Milan. Bit of a head scratcher but pretty cool.
Don't buy from the secondary market especially if wanting to see any of the London or Manchester teams - scammers are unrealI will be abroad in a few weeks. Any recommendations on how to get tickets? It’s during the winter break so I am looking to get Arsenal tickets. It’s against Newcastle so I am thinking it shouldn’t be too difficult or too expensive. Any secondary brokers to trust?