Tickets to Stadio Giuseppe Meazza

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Who can tell me where to get tickets for Inter-matches ?

We are a group of 9 Dutch Interfans who would love to visit
Inter-Juve on the 28th of November.
The onlineticketsale via the official Inter Website is not working.
If you can help me please do.

Greetings,

Jle


How long are you planning on staying? Your itinerary will really depend on that. For example if you can go for 2 weeks, you can catch the Milan Derby on the 15th, go to Rome/Venice/Como in between, then return to Milan for the CL game on the 24th before leaving. 2 weeks would cost you between 1000 to 2000 dinars... 1 week would be around 1000. That's for two people inclusive of everything.

Book everything online. I always save about 25% on a trip. Hotel bookings, air tickets, train tickets, car rentals, airport transfers, anything you want can be found online. Plan ahead in detail, and have all your bookings done and paid for before you leave. I know it feels risky to trust someone on the other side of the world, but if they reply to your e-mails in time and answer your calls, then you can trust them.

Hotel in Milan - Stay anywhere in Milan as long as it's near a metro station. Milan has a great metro system, cheap, and you won't spend a penny on Taxis. Hotels are more expensive nearer to the middle of the city, so this will allow you to get the same quality for a cheaper price, in exchange for taking the metro every day to Duomo... which is an enjoyable experience in itself. Oh and you don't need to pick a fancy hotel... Milan is great in March and you'll spend most of your time outside, so you just need a nice place to sleep, not a spa and butler service. Make sure they have Internet though so you can plan things online and stay in touch.

Things to see in Milan - Go to the San Siro museum and tour on a non-game day when it's not busy. Visit the new Inter store which just opened up. The Inter offices in Via Durini, just walk in and ask to see the trophy room and if you're lucky there won't be a meeting (I had to go 6 times until it was empty). The regular touristy areas I'm sure you won't miss.

Match Tickets - You get your money's worth here... all the options are covered on this board. I was with friends who didn't have tickets and bought them 2 days before the game from the bookstore in Duomo and paid a quarter of what I paid. You shouldn't take that risk though, so in your specific situation an online site is the best option. Technically nobody has tickets until two weeks before the game as they aren't even printed, but these people know where to queue up before everyone else so it's 99% guaranteed. I highly recommend 1st4footballtickets.com as I and friends have used them 4 times in the past. Your tickets will be delivered anywhere you want, just ask them to bring it to the hotel... you can book a hotel now and give them the address, or just call them when you arrive in Milan and tell them your hotel/room number. You will pay around 200 to 300 dinars for 2 tickets.

Seating - I find that the best value for money is longside orange, 2nd tier. Go to the stadium 3 hours hours before the game (leave the hotel 3:30 hours before the game). Just follow the crowds wearing black and blue who will be all over the city and in every metro station. That'll give you enough time to take in the atmosphere, get in and find your seats, and watch the pre-match training. Avoid the Curva as you won't have the luxury of selecting exact seating tiers, and might end up in the middle of something your wife won't appreciate :)


Train to Rome
- Newer express trains take 3:30 hours from Milan to Rome, and are just a little bit more expensive but worth it. Search for tickets online on sites like Trenitalia.com

Hotel in Rome - Stay near the spanish steps/via dei condotti. The metro sucks in Rome and will be a huge letdown after Milan, so you need to be within walking distance of interesting places. Rome is for more sightseeing, historical points, and great food.

Things to see in Rome - It's all touristy site seeing, and the shopping street is interesting as well. There's a little known restaurant where Roma players eat every other day... which serves the best spagetti bolognese in the world.. I'll fish out the name for you if you want to meet Totti :)

Money - Buy your Euros now! The rates are great... it's time to spend before it goes up again.

Visas - The italian embassy is great (located in burhama, opposite Zinj) ... they got me the Schengen in 2 days and it was valid for a year... but apply early just in case.

Other things to consider - almost everyone speaks english but staring with a boungiorno or a ciao makes everyone treat you better. Don't worrry about anything as it's all extremely tourist friendly. Always order and enjoy a Caprese salad... you don't get that same buffalo mozzerella anywhere else in the world. If you're a bit adventurous you can consider renting a car with GPS navigation for your cross country trips (and even a trip to appiano gentile to watch Inter training), but that's something I'd do with friends more than with the wife.

Finally, good luck and have a great time :)
 
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Ticketone.it could be a bit of help a bit closer to the match,but it would really hlp if one of the group at friends in Milan!;)

Fabio :)
 

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I'm looking for tickets for the match too and I can't find it anywhere...plz anyone who knows?
I checked ticketone.it, but found nothing... only tickets with parking lots...
 

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Hi! :) Since I have seen so many thread opened just for the purpose of ticket enquiries, I will make this thread an official ticket thread. In the future, any threads opened for the purpose of tickets enquiries will be closed and referred to this thread. Thanx! :)


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Ways to get ticket (As far as I know):
  • 1) Get to the stadium without any ticket. There will definitely be a lot of people selling their tickets there. Of course, it will be more expensive. But if you are travelling with a group of 4 or more, this will be kinda risky.
    2) ticketone.it
    3) Search in Google for "Inter ticket" or something like that. :D
Hand;)yo
 

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Some more questions,tickets for the time of Inter - Juve are cheap and would cost me and a friend £46,do you think that the game will move to saturday?

Do you know any cheap hotels there?

Fabio :)
 

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Tickets

If anyone requires tickets between now and end of the season, I have 5 season tickets available for SOME games.

I am based in Scotland.

Forza Inter
 

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How can a season ticket be for SOME games?
 

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Seasons

They are AVAILABLE for some games - I am using it for other games

Clear?
 

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Not very clear..... :)

Never mind, I don't have any available weekend to go to Italy, so try PM with people that are in the UK...
 

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Have you by any chance come here from Calcio Italia forums???

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Tickets for Inter - Milan

Hello everybady, I am new to this forum and would first of all like to say thank you to Interbahar for the videoclips, fantastic! :)

Now, I really want to go to the Inter-Milan match on april 12th, but I sees to be having troubles getting the tickets through inter.it, they say that it is possible to buy tickets from banca populre di milano as well but that did not work out for me neither. Do any of you have any idea how to book tickets? I do not want to buy from other sites on the internet because they charge a lot more than what is quoted on inter.it/en.
Thank you in advance for replies and tips.
Furahini :)
 

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It will be uphill task for you unless you are a member of CCIC or live in Milan or now someone who can act quickly on your behalf. :rolleyes:

If a member then you need to contact the right people soon. Because even CCIC members have difficulty getting hold of these tickets.

The only assured ones are season ticket holders (50 000+). Then you have 10% of stadium capacity for the night which will go to Milan supporters. The remaining tickets about 15000 will be divided and given/sold to general public/sponsors and other business related people.

p.s Yesterday I got confirmation over the 5 tickets that I requested! I will see the return leg in mighty Meazza ;)
 

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Firenze

Ok, thank you for your quick reply.
I know a guy from Firenze who might be able to help me, do you know what he should do in order to get the tickets? The best idea you would think of.
Thank you! :)
 

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Re: Firenze

Furahini said:
Ok, thank you for your quick reply.
I know a guy from Firenze who might be able to help me, do you know what he should do in order to get the tickets? The best idea you would think of.
Thank you! :)
Well, I usually try and go there 1-2 per season. However I always get my tickets either through the fan club or my friend in Italy who is a season ticket holder! I'm sure if your friend has the right connections he should be able to find out for you!
The logical thing would be for you/him to check on Inter.it as there are plenty info there. Then he could call the club and they will hopefully direct him to the right path! But hurry up!! ;)
 

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Inter-Juve on February 12 (tickets)

Hi!

I have planned to travel to Milan for watching Inter's Serie A clash to La Vecchia on February. How would I be able to catch tickets to the match? The prize is not the problem. Where they sell tickets on the web or should I order them by telephone?

Thanks for advices!
 

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when am I able to buy tickets on Inter website? is it a week or a month before the match?
 

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Man at the monoent ticket service is not working online, coz u have to show ure pasport to buy and order tickets and they have not fixed it till now .
I think the ticket service will be fixed till the juve match i realy hope so fore u.
If it s fixed u could buy a week before but since this is the Derby d Italia i would order them erlier.
 

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this is somewhat similar.. i wanna watch the inter-rangers game in glasgow which is in december. i got no idea where to buy them and when they will be up for sale. anyone please help me out thanks.

joez
 
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