UEFA EURO 2020
I have just had an email from UEFA with the subject heading:
We Have Tickets for you!
When I log in it shows me the three England group games with a few different options, only Cat 1 for Croatia, a few different cats for the other 2 games.
I am reluctant to pay for these as I have gone through the FA to be put on the waiting list and don't want it to affect my chances through the FA but my question is...
The Fa must now know how many tickets they've been able to secure if UEFA are already offering me some and when are we likely to hear from the FA, as I would've expected they'd have notified us before UEFA...
In reply to damian kirkman:
In reply to Carl Padley:
In reply to Thomas Smith:
In reply to Matthew Isle:
Matthew IsleSounds as if some have taken.up this offer and paid for the tickets and then gone onto purchase flights and accommodation. But then they've received an email from UEFA that their tickets have been cancelled and issued with a refund.
If they bought unconditional tickets for the R16 or quarter final, the most likely explanation for the order being cancelled and refunded is that they already have a conditional ticket for that round through the FA allocation. It's been stated many times on this forum than you cannot have a conditional ticket and an unconditional ticket which could potentially take you to the same match or to two matches on the same day.
Depending on our results in the group matches, our pathway through the tournament could take England to any of 5 R16 venues (Dublin, St Petersburg, Bilbao, Budapest and Glasgow) whilst the Bucharest R16 is on the same day as the Copenhagen R16. Also, our pathway could take us to any of the 4 quarter finals. If a Travel Club member did have conditional tickets through the FA allocation then the only knock out match they could get a ticket for from the UEFA general public sale requiring them to take a flight would be the Amsterdam R16.
If these members bought tickets for group matches to attend as neutrals then it's not so obvious why the orders would have been cancelled.
In reply to David Lilley:
I've just tried to get into the general public sale portal to see what's available. (My son got nothing last summer and I could alert him to what is on offer.) I received this message :
You already have an application!You cannot apply in this portal because you already have an application in The FA Ticket Portal
If there is a rule that you cannot apply through the general public sale if you have applied through the FA allocation then my explanation above is wrong. But that's weird. People who applied last summer through the general public sale were still able to apply in December through the FA allocation so why would it be banned to do this the other way round ?
In reply to Team England:
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