- Aug 16, 2006
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That's great, thank you so muchHere you go
That's great, thank you so muchHere you go
Hey @Hitchens !@nonsonoqui
Hello my friend. I am taking my brother and three of my best friends to Milano in May to watch Milan-Lazio. I see the event is still to be confirmed on May 7th(Sunday) on the official website, but with travelling on Thursday and going back Monday I expect us to be within certainty of being able to catch the game. Unless there is a danger of the game being played on Monday? They seldom are, even though we have a midweek game.
How many weeks before the game to the tickets usually go on sale? Is there any limit to how many tickets one can purchase together? I'm obviously planning on buying 5 in one go.
Thank you for your reply, maybe the 3+2 is the safer bet.Hey @Hitchens !
I’d say it’s a safe bet that you’ll catch the game. There’s an outside chance of a Monday game, but you can’t really know for sure. Any chance you could do Thursday-Tuesday? That way you get an extra day in Milan to just chill if the game is on Sunday.
I went to the Milan-Napoli game this past September. I bought the tickets for my wife and me on September 7th and the game was on September 18th.
CR holders used to have dibs on tickets but lately they have just been going straight to the general sale right after the one for season ticket holders.
Make sure to get in the virtual queue about 15 mins prior to the sale. Finding 5 may be difficult, especially next to each other. The limit per person is 4, I believe. Maybe you and your friends/brother can split the purchase? Like a 3-2 split? Try getting 5 in a row that way. May have to coordinate the day of.
Does that help? Let me know buddy!
Not always. I have seen them on sale 2-3 weeks prior as well, but for our game against Napoli they went on sale to general public only 11 days before the game.Thank you for your reply, maybe the 3+2 is the safer bet.
Are the tickets only on sale a week prior? I'm looking forward to this like crazy!!!
Yes, and additionally one of my Arsenal supporting friends has an eye for Lazio.Not always. I have seen them on sale 2-3 weeks prior as well, but for our game against Napoli they went on sale to general public only 11 days before the game.
Good luck! Sounds like a fun trip. Hopefully, we’ll be in the Scudetto conversation by then.
If I remember correctly Milan-Lazio is bit of a favourite for you. You and your brother attended the one in 2019? The one after which Baka and Kessie held up Acerbi’s jersey?
I went to Roma vs Parma at the Olimpico in 2014. I bought the tickets for that at the Roma store near the Piazza Colonna, I believe. A day before.@nonsonoqui
Lot of back and forth here now. Difficult to manage a trip with grown men with decent jobs and one of them expecting a child in July. We're now actually seriously entertaining travelling to Milano, stay there for a couple of days and then take the train to Rome and watch Roma-Milan. Do you know how it works with getting tickets at away games? Or at Olimpico in particular?
I believe @joyrider went to Lazio-Milan once. He may have used viagogo.
Not them bitches. We have played those whores too many times. Get me Rui costa or OsimhenI hope its do-able to get tickets for the QF. Feel we’re going to play Inter….
The CRN advantage is not really a thing anymore. They haven’t opened the games up earlier to them. Only to season ticket holders.Hi, I am looking to go to my first
Milan game, i'm planning on going to the Sampdoria game. I'm hoping it will be easier to get tickets and its a cheaper time of year to go.
I just bought a CRN card, I can see the CRN members get access to the games a few days earlier (attached).
My 2 friends who are coming will also need a CRN card as you can only buy one ticket with a card. How does it work if you all want to sit in the same area?
Thanks for reply, on the photo I attached it shows that 'subscribers' got access to tonights game a couple of days earlier. Does that not refer to the CRN holders?The CRN advantage is not really a thing anymore. They haven’t opened the games up earlier to them. Only to season ticket holders.
Either way, you shouldn’t have an issue finding a seat imo.
No, unfortunately it does not. It refers to season ticket holders. The original Italian is clearer; the translation is clumsy.Thanks for reply, on the photo I attached it shows that 'subscribers' got access to tonights game a couple of days earlier. Does that not refer to the CRN holders?
Really appreciate the detailed replies, I couldnt find this info anywhere. How do you know when they will go on sale? Is it a case of checking every Monday at a certain time or waiting for the app to send you a notification?No, unfortunately it does not. It refers to season ticket holders. The original Italian is clearer; the translation is clumsy.
I have a CR card, and for Milan vs Napoli I had to wait until the “free sales phase” (as it says on your screenshot). The advantage of a CR card is really to get discounts when shopping online or at the store.
1) on the day of the general sale get in right when the sale opens. Doing so will give you an advantage in the queue.
2) Wherever you’re sitting, make sure you don’t pick the first row. Best views are row 10 and up. First tier row 4 or so is really cool if you want to be close to the action. But to see it the best you need to be higher up. Make sure you click the eye icon to assess the view.
3) when you click a section, your seats are selected by default. Theoretically, they are the best options available, but look around. For a game like the one against Samp you should have plenty of time, but given the attendance today againat Salernitana who knows.
Let me know of any other questions.
No worries.Really appreciate the detailed replies, I couldnt find this info anywhere. How do you know when they will go on sale? Is it a case of checking every Monday at a certain time or waiting for the app to send you a notification?
Thank you so much, we are holding off booking the flights and hotels until we get the tickets.No worries.
They announce the sale phases a few days in advance. Notifications isn’t a bad idea, but you won’t miss it. Just keep checking the site a couple of weeks prior. I’ll give you a heads up if I remember.
Do you guys think there is a decent chance to buy tickets for Milan Napoli? Need to be there. And if we win the semi’s too…
And any idea when the ticket sales start?
If you have a CR card issued before or on March 8th, I think you have a shot.Thanks. Not very optimistic about my chances but who knows…
I don’tIf you have a CR card issued before or on March 8th, I think you have a shot.