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Burnley sell out Blackpool ticket allocation

Lancashire Telegraph: Burnley sell out Blackpool ticket allocation Burnley sell out Blackpool ticket allocation

Burnley today sold out their away ticket allocation for the Good Friday clash at Blackpool in just over three hours.

The Clarets were handed 2,287 tickets for the game on Friday, April 18, when Sean Dyche's side could seal promotion to the Premier League.

No more tickets will be made available to Burnley fans

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12:55pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Error by BFC this, allowing flexi-ticket holders and season ticket holders to purchase tickets at the same time.

I can see about 5000 plus Burnley fans turning up in Blackpool on Good Friday to watch the game in the pubs, particularly if Burnley can seal promotion that day.
Error by BFC this, allowing flexi-ticket holders and season ticket holders to purchase tickets at the same time. I can see about 5000 plus Burnley fans turning up in Blackpool on Good Friday to watch the game in the pubs, particularly if Burnley can seal promotion that day. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 5

1:01pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Definitely Maybe says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Error by BFC this, allowing flexi-ticket holders and season ticket holders to purchase tickets at the same time.

I can see about 5000 plus Burnley fans turning up in Blackpool on Good Friday to watch the game in the pubs, particularly if Burnley can seal promotion that day.
Without doubt. It does make you chuckle that after the military like planning that goes into the Burnley - Rovers game, they put this game, when a win could possibly seal promotion, on Good Friday - at a 5.15 kick off. It will be absolute bedlam - glad I've got my ticket anyway.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: Error by BFC this, allowing flexi-ticket holders and season ticket holders to purchase tickets at the same time. I can see about 5000 plus Burnley fans turning up in Blackpool on Good Friday to watch the game in the pubs, particularly if Burnley can seal promotion that day.[/p][/quote]Without doubt. It does make you chuckle that after the military like planning that goes into the Burnley - Rovers game, they put this game, when a win could possibly seal promotion, on Good Friday - at a 5.15 kick off. It will be absolute bedlam - glad I've got my ticket anyway. Definitely Maybe
  • Score: 8

1:03pm Wed 2 Apr 14

FCBurnley says...

Rovers could not sell that many in 3 weeks !
Rovers could not sell that many in 3 weeks ! FCBurnley
  • Score: 8

1:04pm Wed 2 Apr 14

.Lancs _ Pensioner says...

Champagne plus charlie

Make that 5001 because I'll be there in the pubs as i get cheap travel with my bus pass.
Champagne plus charlie Make that 5001 because I'll be there in the pubs as i get cheap travel with my bus pass. .Lancs _ Pensioner
  • Score: 1

2:41pm Wed 2 Apr 14

juanbbien says...

From a Rovers fan good Luck too you have been consistent all season and that's what it takes
From a Rovers fan good Luck too you have been consistent all season and that's what it takes juanbbien
  • Score: 11

5:06pm Wed 2 Apr 14

no ney never says...

Unless Blackpool sell out then they could be missing out on quite a sum. That'll be twice in one day they could lose!
There is quite a way to go before I am convinced of promotion. Don't get me wrong, we are on target and the possibility is weighted in our favour with a 9 point gap, but there are still 7 games yet to play. We have hurdles to overcome and should aim to at least match the results of the chasing pack. This means we go into the Watford game in the same frame of mind as we have the previous 39, to win 3 points. We have to assume the others will pick up 3 points too. Beyond that doesn't really matter yet other than arranging tickets and travel. I'm excited about the next 7 games but am planning nothing as regards permutations, too long in the tooth.
☆VDT ☆
Unless Blackpool sell out then they could be missing out on quite a sum. That'll be twice in one day they could lose! There is quite a way to go before I am convinced of promotion. Don't get me wrong, we are on target and the possibility is weighted in our favour with a 9 point gap, but there are still 7 games yet to play. We have hurdles to overcome and should aim to at least match the results of the chasing pack. This means we go into the Watford game in the same frame of mind as we have the previous 39, to win 3 points. We have to assume the others will pick up 3 points too. Beyond that doesn't really matter yet other than arranging tickets and travel. I'm excited about the next 7 games but am planning nothing as regards permutations, too long in the tooth. ☆VDT ☆ no ney never
  • Score: 3

6:09pm Wed 2 Apr 14

stevieclaret says...

Watford are on a good run and we r without our 4 best players. Saturday could be a bad day. Been saying for a long time that derby av a really easy run in. I'm worried now since vokes got hurt. We missed him n marney big style on sat...
Watford are on a good run and we r without our 4 best players. Saturday could be a bad day. Been saying for a long time that derby av a really easy run in. I'm worried now since vokes got hurt. We missed him n marney big style on sat... stevieclaret
  • Score: 2

7:32pm Wed 2 Apr 14

ant1882 says...

Definitely Maybe wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Error by BFC this, allowing flexi-ticket holders and season ticket holders to purchase tickets at the same time.

I can see about 5000 plus Burnley fans turning up in Blackpool on Good Friday to watch the game in the pubs, particularly if Burnley can seal promotion that day.
Without doubt. It does make you chuckle that after the military like planning that goes into the Burnley - Rovers game, they put this game, when a win could possibly seal promotion, on Good Friday - at a 5.15 kick off. It will be absolute bedlam - glad I've got my ticket anyway.
be a good day out with or without a ticket...
[quote][p][bold]Definitely Maybe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: Error by BFC this, allowing flexi-ticket holders and season ticket holders to purchase tickets at the same time. I can see about 5000 plus Burnley fans turning up in Blackpool on Good Friday to watch the game in the pubs, particularly if Burnley can seal promotion that day.[/p][/quote]Without doubt. It does make you chuckle that after the military like planning that goes into the Burnley - Rovers game, they put this game, when a win could possibly seal promotion, on Good Friday - at a 5.15 kick off. It will be absolute bedlam - glad I've got my ticket anyway.[/p][/quote]be a good day out with or without a ticket... ant1882
  • Score: 5

7:56am Thu 3 Apr 14

hasslem hasslem says...

pal of mine is a dingle and he has been playing merry h.ell that the club opted to sell tickets on a first come first served basis as opposed to rewarding loyal supporters who have travelled away this season. shame
pal of mine is a dingle and he has been playing merry h.ell that the club opted to sell tickets on a first come first served basis as opposed to rewarding loyal supporters who have travelled away this season. shame hasslem hasslem
  • Score: -1

1:55pm Thu 3 Apr 14

claret mov says...

first come first served basis ???????? if you mean selling to season ticket holders first before general sale then yes, if not get your facts right first venky boy
first come first served basis ???????? if you mean selling to season ticket holders first before general sale then yes, if not get your facts right first venky boy claret mov
  • Score: 3

4:01pm Thu 3 Apr 14

jack01 says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Rovers could not sell that many in 3 weeks !
Rovers sold out their allocation for Blackpool which is the same for all away teams. That was without the glory supporters who have started supporting Burnley again after a five year hibernation.

Rovers still getting bigger home gates than Burnley despite the Dingles spending six months in the top two!
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Rovers could not sell that many in 3 weeks ![/p][/quote]Rovers sold out their allocation for Blackpool which is the same for all away teams. That was without the glory supporters who have started supporting Burnley again after a five year hibernation. Rovers still getting bigger home gates than Burnley despite the Dingles spending six months in the top two! jack01
  • Score: -3

4:09pm Thu 3 Apr 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

jack01 wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
Rovers could not sell that many in 3 weeks !
Rovers sold out their allocation for Blackpool which is the same for all away teams. That was without the glory supporters who have started supporting Burnley again after a five year hibernation.

Rovers still getting bigger home gates than Burnley despite the Dingles spending six months in the top two!
Yeah despite Trampburn having a much bigger population and THE cheapest tickets in the Championship.

Stop with the bitter jealousy and just admit how envious you are about your local rivals about to have another crack at the top flight - somewhere where you will NEVER EVER return.

Poor old Blackburn - skint, rubbish and heading into financial meltdown
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Rovers could not sell that many in 3 weeks ![/p][/quote]Rovers sold out their allocation for Blackpool which is the same for all away teams. That was without the glory supporters who have started supporting Burnley again after a five year hibernation. Rovers still getting bigger home gates than Burnley despite the Dingles spending six months in the top two![/p][/quote]Yeah despite Trampburn having a much bigger population and THE cheapest tickets in the Championship. Stop with the bitter jealousy and just admit how envious you are about your local rivals about to have another crack at the top flight - somewhere where you will NEVER EVER return. Poor old Blackburn - skint, rubbish and heading into financial meltdown Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 2

4:09pm Thu 3 Apr 14

leyton says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
pal of mine is a dingle and he has been playing merry h.ell that the club opted to sell tickets on a first come first served basis as opposed to rewarding loyal supporters who have travelled away this season. shame
where do these jibbs get their obvious moron comments from??lol
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: pal of mine is a dingle and he has been playing merry h.ell that the club opted to sell tickets on a first come first served basis as opposed to rewarding loyal supporters who have travelled away this season. shame[/p][/quote]where do these jibbs get their obvious moron comments from??lol leyton
  • Score: 1

4:43pm Thu 3 Apr 14

tall in the saddle says...

jack01 wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
Rovers could not sell that many in 3 weeks !
Rovers sold out their allocation for Blackpool which is the same for all away teams. That was without the glory supporters who have started supporting Burnley again after a five year hibernation.

Rovers still getting bigger home gates than Burnley despite the Dingles spending six months in the top two!
Notice your lads screwed up again at a packed Chicken run the other night. No wonder Rhodes wants to go. Your defence has more holes than a tea bag. Gary Glitter can’t fix it either.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Rovers could not sell that many in 3 weeks ![/p][/quote]Rovers sold out their allocation for Blackpool which is the same for all away teams. That was without the glory supporters who have started supporting Burnley again after a five year hibernation. Rovers still getting bigger home gates than Burnley despite the Dingles spending six months in the top two![/p][/quote]Notice your lads screwed up again at a packed Chicken run the other night. No wonder Rhodes wants to go. Your defence has more holes than a tea bag. Gary Glitter can’t fix it either. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 1

6:07pm Sat 5 Apr 14

stevieclaret says...

I was wrong today. Thought we'd get beat and the gap would be down to 6. Instead the gap got bigger. Now it's 10 points with 6 to play. Surely, with marney n trips back on tues n Ings for Blackpool game, we can't mess up. Utc
I was wrong today. Thought we'd get beat and the gap would be down to 6. Instead the gap got bigger. Now it's 10 points with 6 to play. Surely, with marney n trips back on tues n Ings for Blackpool game, we can't mess up. Utc stevieclaret
  • Score: 0

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