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Last Chance For Cup Tickets!

Blackburn Rovers fans wishing to purchase tickets for Sunday's FA Cup Semi Final with Chelsea have until 2pm tomorrow to do so.

23,000, from our original allocation of 31,000 have been sold so far, so whatever happens now we have still sold a decent amount that will be in line with, if not more than Chelsea, granted they have further to travel though.

So between 10am and 2pm tomorrow the Ticket Office will be open to those wishing to grab a late ticket, although with those remaining being priced at £45 and £55, although some will obviously still sell we wouldn't expect too many more to go would we...


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Writer:Walker
Date:Friday April 13 2007
Time: 3:35PM

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£45 let alone £55 is A LOT of money before travelling costs isn't it! It is no wonder these tickets aren't selling so well, Cup Semi Final or not. It really is sad to see ticket costs have raised so high isn't it, surely £25-£35 is more realistic if not fair?!?!
Hughes Da Man
13/04/2007 15:40:00
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Bet we've got more left than you :-)
merlin
13/04/2007 17:37:00
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Why doesn't Abramovic buy up the lot, get a blimp fly over Ewood Park with the rest of the Rovers ones, doing the same at Stamford Bridge with the Chelsea ones and drop the lot out and people can battle (cleanly of course!) for them :)
Hughes Da Man
13/04/2007 23:51:00
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shameful that clubs can't sell out a semi final whatever the cost
EvertonMike
14/04/2007 12:07:00
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Well it's not really when the most expensive tickets are £45 & £55 BEFORE travel costs. Football is the life of many but families, bills etc. HAVE to come first.
Hughes Da Man
14/04/2007 12:27:00
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It's the semi final for christs sake, this could be your only day out like this for a few years for all your fans know. 45 pound? so what? you would pay 39 for the away game att bolton.
EvertonMike
14/04/2007 12:29:00
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oh and travel costs, its 37 miles down the road!
EvertonMike
14/04/2007 12:31:00
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Cup Semi Final or not people have to have priorties. Not EVERYONE lives 37 miles down the road Mike, and believe it or not not everyone who lives in the small town that is Blackburn follows them!!! Chelsea fans have a massive journey ahead of them so it's not just getting to the game it's the getting back also.
Hughes Da Man
14/04/2007 13:11:00
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not everyone but your main fan base of game go-ers would live around blackburn generaly. As for chelsea i can understand more, the futher travel and perhaps more so the fact they have a CLsemi final to come, and will more than likely reach this stage of the FA every year anyway.
EvertonMike
14/04/2007 13:17:00
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They ARE going Mike, if we get 20,000 for a home game against Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal etc we are lucky so to take 23,000 plus to Old Trafford isn't bad is it!?!?!
Hughes Da Man
14/04/2007 23:51:00
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