Tickets to Stadio Giuseppe Meazza

Sawyer

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I've never had the honor to go to Giuseppe Meazza, let alone Italy.

I believe firstly you'd have to be an Inter Member, which can be done via the official website, Depending on what capacity and anymore covid related madness however I believe even this way would be very difficult to obtain tickets as this is no ordinary game as I am sure you are aware.

Sorry I can not be off help and I hope someone who actually has experience can help you, either way hope you've saved up some paper!
 

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I suggest you guys talk to a local fan here, or to ask hotel for help/suggestions. I don't have any info re how things work this season, with this reduced seating and the COVID craziness.

But if its any comfort, I have been to San Siro many times before, always purchased the tickets from outlets a day or two before the game. Usually my hotel helps me out on where to buy the tickets nearby. Never had any problem getting a ticket, even though I mostly go for the Milan derby (home or away) or Inter-Juve. Compared to the UK, the tickets are cheap. So I usually get really good seats, cost about €80-€120.

My suggestion on seating is that don't go for the 3rd tier, even though those tickets are really cheap (€20-€40). I prefer to be close to the halfway line, either really upfront if you want to treat yourself (those tickets used to cost about €120) or on the front half of 2nd tier (€80-€100). When you are spending so much money to travel for a game, my philosophy is not to be miserly when buying the ticket.

If you want to get your hands on the ticket in advance and cannot find someone local/hotel to help you, try sites like viagogo. Have used them in the past for football games in different cities, and never had a problem - though there is a premium attached to these secondary tickets. For San Siro, I usually prefer to travel to Milano a few days before and buy the tickets there.

Hope this helps.

EDIT: Just out of curiosity, I checked viagogo for tickets to Inter-Bologna this weekend and there are 100s of tickets available.
 
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