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mANCHESTER UNITED TICKETS FOR MY LAD FOR CHRISTMAS?

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6y, 3w agoPosted 6 years, 3 weeks ago
Hi

My lad is only 6 and love Manchester United. I was wondering the best place or were i could get him tickets to watch them for christmas. I know most of the time its for season ticket only...or i think so anyway.

Can you please help. As you can tell am a woman and not got a clue about football.


I know some of you are gonna say he should support a better team...but hey thats kids for yah.

Thanks
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6y, 3w agoPosted 6 years, 3 weeks ago
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#2
how about one of the tours of the stadium, i got my nephew one last xmas and he loved it. also got my dad a family one so they all went together. you just ring and book it for a time to suit you.
#3
Hi thanks

There are no tickets on GETMEIN.

And he has already done the tour and got another voucher to go again...he would love to go to a match.

Thanks
#4
Keep checking the website, although in recent years most games have sold out, due to the glazier take over, and rising ticket costs there are sometimes tickets released on general sale. Or try giving the box office a ring, explain, see what they say? worth a try?
#5
Tickets for Sunderland on boxing day may go on general sale. Failing that, they won't cost much more than face value from a tout outside the ground.
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asayer
Keep checking the website, although in recent years most games have sold out, due to the glazier take over, and rising ticket costs there are sometimes tickets released on general sale. Or try giving the box office a ring, explain, see what they say? worth a try?


+1

Or you could register as a One United member for about £40-£50 and order tickets from the website if not on general sale, You'd go into a ballot though for some games. Champion's League and Carling Cup games tend to go on general sale on the website.

Very rare to get Premiership games on general sale, Although towards end of season I've known them to be on general sale.

Tickets range from around £20-£60 adult and £10-£30 kids, West Stand is usually cheapest and is best for kids as away supporters are opposite end so less chance of any trouble.

I can recommend Champions League games because the atmosphere is absolutely amazing, Some games you can hear a pin drop.

Be proud of your son, Supporting the best team in the world, Good luck getting tickets hope he has a fantastic time if you do go.

Museum tour is good if you can't get match tickets.

Edited By: shauneco on Nov 06, 2010 22:15: spelling
#8
^^^^^ looked but cant buy :-(
#9
Yeah, just become a one united member and you will get tickets directly from the club
#10


You've got to be a one united member to buy from there
#11
Sign up to the manutd newsletter and it will keep you updated. To be honest I have noticed tickets going on general sale for nearly all home premiership games this year.
#12
Tickets have recently gone on general sale for Wolves, Wigan and Blackburn so I reckon more will be the same. Possibly Sunderland on Boxing Day or Stoke on 4th January or even FA Cup 3rd round if drawn at home.

Hope you find some and your son enjoys "The Theatre Of Dreams".
#13
Thanks everyone...I have registered on the MUFC website for updates when tickets are available.

Boxing day would be great ....he would love it x
#14
Its not as hard as you may think to get tickets anymore especially cup games but even some premiership games have been going to general sale recently, keep checking the website, not sure when the boxing day ballot will be but it may go on general sale after the ballot just depends, the Wigan premiership game has gone to general sale but boxing day could be a pretty popular date. Failing that try the Stoke or Birmingham games in the new year one of them will prob go to general sale or as someone else mentioned try a cup game you can usualy get hold of these no problem

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