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Newcastle v Wolves 8/4/22 - 8.00pm

scottishwolf

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New member, my son and I are planning on coming down from Glasgow for this fixture, for some reason he has always had a soft spot for Wolves and follows all their games and results, he is 12 and there is no logical reason for this as he has never been to a game. Is it possible to get 2 tickets for this fixture through Wolves website or do ST holders take the full allocation? Other option would be to take hospitality at Newcastle but this then puts us in with home fans and thats not what we want. Any advice would be appreciated.
 

Tony Towner

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You haven't really got any chance through Wolves pal. Everything is points based so goes way before it even gets to standard season ticket holders
 

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Away games are difficult even for Wolves home season ticket holders, so unless you can find an away season ticket holder who isn't going or tickets in the home end, it'll be a struggle for sure.
 

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Notice this game has been moved to the Friday night at 8pm, would this make a difference in getting tickets or still as hard to obtain for non ST holders ?
 

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Stand outside the away end with £200 cash in your hand. And make sure people can see it.

The way we are playing at the moment (coupled with Newcastle playing like Real Madrid) means that someone will gladly give up a couple of hours to sit in a pub and get pissed with your handful of dollars, while you watch Jonjo Shelvey tear us a new arsehole.
 

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Notice there’s been a flood of tickets for sale today on social media since the loyalty points needed is down to 1020.
 

scottishwolf

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Notice there’s been a flood of tickets for sale today on social media since the loyalty points needed is down to 1020.
Still looking for 2, struggling to see any probably because I’m not connected to people advertising them but I’ll keep persevering , any assistace would be much appreciated.
 

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Think you might struggle given its fairly obvious some of these protesting twats tieing themselves to goal posts are obviously using this route.

I'm sure you're not one of these morons though.
 

PuntsWolf

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Won’t get down to the pitch from St James’ upper!
 

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Onsale to season ticket holders. Shouldn’t be a struggle to anyone to get tickets now if they want to go.
 

North Shropshire Lad

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Actually got an away ticket in my own name for once!

No sitting in the home end or using one for an AST who can't go because it's his wife/aunties/neighbours birthday/wedding/leaving do and they can't make it... Shame they always fall on the days we're at Brighton, Southampton, Newcastle and Norwich and never when we're at Villa, Liverpool or Man United ;)
 

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If it wasn't a Friday night I'd go, but then if it wasn't a Friday night I wouldn't get a ticket
 

scottishwolf

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Can’t even buy them in general sale because I don’t have a purchase history , if anyone can help it would be much appreciated
 
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