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Premier League - Wolves Travel To Birmingham City ALL TICKETS £2.50

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We at wolvestravelaway.com know how important our fixture against Bham City on Feb 7th is. This could be a defining moment in our season. Bham City have reduced there prices to £20 Adult £12/£7 Childr… Read More
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We at wolvestravelaway.com know how important our fixture against Bham City on Feb 7th is. This could be a defining moment in our season. Bham City have reduced there prices to £20 Adult £12/£7 Children. We know how difficult it is finacially to support your team so we have come up with a great offer to give to all wolves fans All travel tickets are priced £2.50 you can book from 19th jan all tickets must be purchased thru our website if you require any info call us on the above number. Lets take a 4200 sell out to blues and get behind the wolves.
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banned#1
Hot from me, although not a wolves fan. Seems a good price to get to the game.
[mod]#2
Hot here too - seems a reasonable price to travel safely
#3
'We at wolvestravelaway.com know how important our fixture against Bham City on Feb 7th is. [B]This could be a defining moment in our season'[/B]

ha ha ha ha.............. The dingles cup final by the sounds of it.

Good price though, see you at St Andrews.
#4
" Hot from me, although not a wolves fan. "

Ditto.
#5
smithyp1
'We at wolvestravelaway.com know how important our fixture against Bham City on Feb 7th is. [B]This could be a defining moment in our season'[/B]

ha ha ha ha

Good price though, see you there.

description straight from the site. :)
To clarify, I am not a Wolves fan.
#6
I am a Wolves fan, thanks.
#7
Decent cost all round but not for me. I still have nightmares about trying to get out of that delightful place a couple (8?) of years ago when we beat them 1-0. Fair play to those brave enough!
#8
What a waste of £2.50. Stay at home or go and visit your garden shed
#9
macca30
What a waste of £2.50. Stay at home or go and visit your garden shed


Meh. Hilarious.
#10
West Ham fan here, fantastic deal... Good on the clubs for this...
#11
nm, quick work mods! :thumbsup:
#12
Already brought my travel through wolves, but cracking price ;)
#13
wouldnt pay that to be miserable, thanks.
#14
You would think it's a cup final, considering you've never won anything but a few minor cups.
#15
Great deal that.
#16
Come on the mighty Wolves - great deal - shame will be up north - fingers crossed for the season :oops:
#17
I guess the average supporter would struggle to find the way there and back :) hot
#18
We at wolvestravelaway.com know how important our fixture against Bham City on Feb 7th is. This could be a defining moment in our season. Bham City have reduced there prices to £20 Adult £12/£7 Children. We know how difficult it is finacially to support your team so we have come up with a great offer to give to all wolves fans All travel tickets are priced £2.50 you can book from 19th jan all tickets must be purchased thru our website if you require any info call us on the above number. Lets take a 4200 sell out to blues and get behind the wolves.



Anyone else concerned over the errors highlighted above? I'd be scared putting faith in a company that shows such a lack of awareness of the English language!!

Just proves, they must be Dingles :)
#19
sbayley
You would think it's a cup final, considering you've never won anything but a few minor cups.


Troll wouldn't call the 1st division title (equivalent of premiership title now) and numerous FA CUP wins minor cups but oh well lol

Good deal voted hot :thumbsup:
#20
wolvesfc1877
Troll wouldn't call the 1st division title (equivalent of premiership title now) and numerous FA CUP wins minor cups but oh well lol

Good deal voted hot :thumbsup:


Neither of you have as many honours as West Brom :whistling:

Boing Boing :)
#21
bassman_uk
Neither of you have as many honours as West Brom :whistling:

Boing Boing :)


Didn't think it would be long before the fizzy pop league brazilians would be along.:w00t:

This thread refers to the PREMIER LEAGUE run along now.
#22
smithyp1
'We at wolvestravelaway.com know how important our fixture against Bham City on Feb 7th is. [B]This could be a defining moment in our season'[/B]

ha ha ha ha.............. The dingles cup final by the sounds of it.

Good price though, see you at St Andrews.


Be nice for you to have a decent crowd for once without having to resort to giving away tickets/shirts/drinks/visits to the dressing room etc

Birmingham are easily the most unfashionable club in the world, has anyone ever met a Brum fan outside of St Andrews ?
#23
wolvesinwales
Didn't think it would be long before the fizzy pop league brazilians would be along.:w00t:


Never mind, we're only keeping your place warm, as you are for us :-D
#24
bassman_uk
Neither of you have as many honours as West Brom :whistling:

Boing Boing :)


I thought West Brom have only won the league once? I am prepared to be corrected but you would be demolishing nearly 30 years of presumed knowledge!
#25
wearewolves
I thought West Brom have only won the league once? I am prepared to be corrected but you would be demolishing nearly 30 years of presumed knowledge!

Though of course the expression 'two bald men fighting over a comb' springs to mind considering how long its been for both of us!
#26
good price to watch some average teams :P
#27
football offer attracts mindless *my team's better than your team* bravado

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
#28
The Birmingham fan is staying out of the 'number of honours' argument for some reason :-D
#29
As Frank Skinner once said..... 'I like Wolverhampton..................its not often I feel fashionable'

:)
#30
wolvesinwales
The Birmingham fan is staying out of the 'number of honours' argument for some reason :-D


Flock, all, weve never won flock all ............... :thumbsup:
#31
I'm pretty sure we're the only ones to win the Sherpa Van Trophy.

In yer face.......
#32
This game will be on Sky Sports 1 HD so I will be watching it in my house nice and cozy like I did with the other game. Keep right on!
#33
At least there are some nice parts of wolverhampton- even if the city centre is a hovel, having spent time in the area I'd sooner spend an evening in pattingham, seisdon or trysull than sandwell or smethwick, which make chernobyl seem attractive. I doubt there are as many computer peripheral shops and western union money transfer places per sq mile anywhere else in the country.
#34
andywedge
Hot here too - seems a reasonable price to travel safely


Worst way to travel to Brum :x
Only been once on the coach,penned in,waiting to get on the coaches and came under a hail of bricks and bottles.
Find it much better when you're in a decent mob to walk it From Snow Hill :thumbsup:
#35
ssouthall6
At least there are some nice parts of wolverhampton- even if the city centre is a hovel, having spent time in the area I'd sooner spend an evening in pattingham, seisdon or trysull than sandwell or smethwick, which make chernobyl seem attractive. I doubt there are as many computer peripheral shops and western union money transfer places per sq mile anywhere else in the country.


Heath Town?
The Lunt?
:whistling:
#36
bassman_uk
Heath Town?
The Lunt?
:whistling:


Awful places, but as I said for every degenerate housing estate like those you mentioned you have a nicer area. West bromwich hasn't.
#37
Nice find, cheers

Wolves Fan :)
#38
Not trekking down from Newcastle to watch us lose 1-0 to birmingham again, made that mistake a couple of months ago.

Got my tickets for Liverpool at the Mol and Hull away though so fingers crossed that's at least 4 points!
#39
Bossworld
Not trekking down from Newcastle to watch us lose 1-0 to birmingham again, made that mistake a couple of months ago.

Got my tickets for Liverpool at the Mol and Hull away though so fingers crossed that's at least 4 points!



4 points? Your hoping .... ;-)
#40
smithyp1
4 points? Your hoping .... ;-)


Liverpool are rocking at the minute (yesterday's result the exception) and Hull are one of the few teams that I can see being worse than us come the end of the season.

Been to 7 matches this season and with the exception of sunderland they've all been 300+ mile round trips, and Wigan away is the only victory i've seen. Losing to your lot was really depressing, for some reason we'd built it up as a must-win despite not having the better of you last season (that game in the last few weeks last season nearly killed me but then you had a blip as well and we finished strongly). In hindsight you've done extraordinarily well since that game a couple of months back but at the time it wasn't a great feeling to think that we'd blown a chance of getting something.

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