Tickets to Stadio Giuseppe Meazza

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Handoyo said:
Good on ya Erik. :star: Who are you going with?

Unfortunately, I'm having exams on those months so it's pretty much impossible to travel overseas. :stress:

Well, I'm hoping to convince one of my friends to join me, but they're not really Inter-minded :p

If anyone wants to join me, be my guest ;)
 

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hmm, is this just me, but when I'm searching for tickets for Inter-Juve they all cost like 160 pounds...

I sure hope there are cheaper tickets available :scared:
 

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Do you talk to Beka on MSN? If you dont I will ask you to do you a favour and will give him your MSN if that is ok...

Fabio ;)
 

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I Love Inter! said:
Do you talk to Beka on MSN? If you dont I will ask you to do you a favour and will give him your MSN if that is ok...

Fabio ;)

Yeah sure, you can give him my msn, ;)
 

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I will do so the next time we talk on MSN.

Fabio ;)
 

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I have 1 extra ticket for tonight guys. (£34 Inter section).

If anyone is interested please pm me with your phone no.

I will call you at around mid-day.


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Enricos said:
hmm, is this just me, but when I'm searching for tickets for Inter-Juve they all cost like 160 pounds...

I sure hope there are cheaper tickets available :scared:

Enricos,

There is no reason why you cannot join an official Interclub irrespective of the country or organisation they belong to.
The whole idea of Interclub is to bring fans of our great team together and to offer them the opportunity of gaining match tickets through appropriate means.

eg.
We (IC Scotland) have an allocation of 14 tickets for the derby on Sunday.
They are priced £19-£26 max.
Those prices are the same for Gobbi in February.

Please feel free to pm me for details.

Ronnie
http://www.interclubscotland.co.uk/
 

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I copy my post from the report of my trip here, feel free to ask questions:

One thing:

It is IMPOSSIBLE not to get tickets for a game, even if you arrive on matchday. Wink

This new ruling about the IDs was meant to remove dealers from the matches, but it didn't work. You only need an ID to buy a ticket, and a dealer can get 50 ID copies from family&friends to buy 50 tickets.

THEY DON'T CHECK ID'S WHEN ENTERING THE STADIUM!!!

You only need some extra money and arguing skills to get a ticket. For Curva Nord, you can buy a 28 Euro ticket for 70-80 Euros on matchday, or -if you take a little risk- I heard dealers selling leftover tickets for 30-40 Euros a couple of minutes before kick-off.

You don't even have to search for these guys, as soon as we got off the tram at the Meazza on Saturday someone jumped there and asked if we wanted to buy tickets. The guy wanted to sell for 140 Euros initially, but you can go down to around 70 as I mentioned.

Beka said that these tickets are probably fake, but no one cares as we got in with them no problem. Thing is, the stewards at the gates are probably bribed not to check these, so there should be no problems.
 

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I just booked my hotelroom in the Oro Blu Hotel, so I'll be in Milan from 11-13 February :)
 

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We have 4 season tickets for C.Nord which we only use for a few games per season - let me know if you're looking to borrow them for any games and I will try and assist - costs will be kept low....

We may have spares for Juve - not decided if we are going yet....
 

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Hi there,

I'm a french fan of football (supporting Paris Saint Germain in France), but I'm actually based at Milano for 6 months. Since I also support Inter, I'm willing to go see the Inter-juve match with a friend :)

Unfortunately I've note seen in this topic where I can buy tickets (on ticketone.it, they are only packages available).
So are there any shops at Milano where tickets can be bought from now on ?
or somebody that can provide me with 2 tickets ?

Thx =)

Pascal
 

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Hey there all,

Does anybody know prices for CL tix vs. Ajax?

I have a seasons ticket, and pre-sales have started but you can only buy them at a couple of banks in Italy. I am in Switzerland and a friend of mine is going to Milan this w/e and will get me a ticket if I give him the cash (and lend him my seasons ticket) but I have no idea how much they cost???

Cheers.
 

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Sorry for offtoping:
I want to collect used Inter game tickets.
Can anyone send me used tickets, if they are not thrown away?
I can send some tickets and brochures from Armenia.

Until now I have got only 1 :(
from Inter - Lazio game.
Thank you.
 

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I'm currently in Milano but have been away to Eastern Europe so I missed the sales period (i'm very smart) and am hoping a fellow Interista would have an extra ticket. If you could PM me some info regarding the tickets I would greatly appreciate it. (i.e Price and location)

Thanks a lot. Hopefully it will be a good game

Michael
 

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In all honesty, I find the lack of information on ticketing to be quite disconcerting. For a club of Inter's stature there is a distinct shortage of information and trying to get the information from threads such as this makes the task all the more difficult.

The lack of infromation makes planning ahead with certainty very difficult and I could think of nothing worse than arriving in Milan and not obtaining tickets for a match that you would like to see.

It is quite a simple question: where do supporters officially go to purchase tickets for a match? I checked the website but the information is not there.
 

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Puma said:
In all honesty, I find the lack of information on ticketing to be quite disconcerting. For a club of Inter's stature there is a distinct shortage of information and trying to get the information from threads such as this makes the task all the more difficult.

The lack of infromation makes planning ahead with certainty very difficult and I could think of nothing worse than arriving in Milan and not obtaining tickets for a match that you would like to see.

It is quite a simple question: where do supporters officially go to purchase tickets for a match? I checked the website but the information is not there.
which game are you going to go and see?
 

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I am not planning to see any specific game at present. All I am really looking for is some general information that I can follow once I get to Milan such as where to go to purchase tickets. Surely there must be a several designated places.
 

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Puma said:
I am not planning to see any specific game at present. All I am really looking for is some general information that I can follow once I get to Milan such as where to go to purchase tickets. Surely there must be a several designated places.

There are a few possibilities:

-Know someone that lives in Milan to get you tickets

-Buy tickets at the stadium from dealers on the matchday or the day before (illegal, but you'll probably get in) ==> You'll pay more

-Buy tickets online: http://www.inter.it/en/biglietti/acquista.html
==> You'll pay the right price and you'll have to go pick up your tickets at the Bigletieria (spelling ?) Nord

-Buy tickets from the hotel manager in the hotel you are staying, in most cases, these people can get you tickets. I got tickets through my hotel manager the day before Inter-Juve (I paid 100 euros each :rolleyes: )
 

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Simplest is to get them from dealers.

U can get them for around 70 euros a piece.
 
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