Please log in or register. Registered visitors get fewer ads.
Coventry City Sold Out
Coventry City Sold Out
Monday, 16th Apr 2012 15:46

Saints have announced that they have sold out the Coventry game, however there may be a further release of tickets.

After a burst of activity over the weekend as supporters realised that after the defeat by Reading this one will go all the way down to thw wire, St Mary's is already sold out for the visit of Coventry City on April 28th the last game of the season (hopefully)

However the club have also said that more tickets may become available in the next week or so, the Sky Blues have initiall taken all 3,200 tickets for the away section, but there is a good chance that Coventry will already be down by the fixture, indeed they could be relegated on Tuesday night if they lose at home to Millwall and Bristol City beat West Ham, a result that with apologies to Coventry fans, all Saints fans would hope for, if that happens then it could be that Coventry fans will not be so keen to travel to St mary's and tickets could be returned to Saints to sell to home supporters.

Get two free £10 bets on Brighton and Hove Albion v Southampton (or other matches) by opening a new account at William Hill. Place an initial bet of a minimum of £10 and William Hill will give you two £10 bets. You must enter the promotional code ''F20'' when signing up as a new customer.

Photo: Action Images

Please report offensive, libellous or inappropriate posts by using the links provided.

UTS added 16:17 - Apr 16
The situation is that Coventry sold out their first allocatio of 1100 and now have been (today) a further 900 tickets. I cant imagine they will be taking anymore and thus there will be several hundred available for home fans in northam block 44.

SaintNick added 16:39 - Apr 16
to be honest if they get a result tomorrow then there could be a rush, if they are relegated then they could make a big show, we took just under 3,000 to Forest when we got relegated three years ago

A1079 added 17:06 - Apr 16
I tried Saturday and today to get a ticket for Coventry but had no luck. it was difficult to keep trying today because of work. Dead disappointed. The chances are that if any do come available I will find out too late. I am off to Middlesbro' but would love to have been there for the final game no matter what the situation

SaintNick50 added 07:05 - Apr 17
The way the tickets have been allocated is unfair. For important matches they used to have a system of allocation based on the number of games you had attended now they link important games to other matches as a money making exercise. I have been to 19 matches this year 11 home and 8 away but can't get a ticket as I was out of the country for the linked matches.

Yes I would be OK if I had a season ticket but they aren't value for money if you can't get to every match.


SaintNick added 09:08 - Apr 17
I would suggest writing to the club, it is they who choose not to have a membership scheme, thus creating chaos

In fairness to the club I dont think its a money making excersise, in the absence of a membership scheme its the fairest thing they can do pairing up games, its not the best system, but its better than none at all

SaintNick50 added 13:20 - Apr 17
The membership scheme still exists, whenever I buy a ticket they ask for my membership number, you can log in to the system and see the purchase history.

SaintNick added 14:12 - Apr 17
they might log it on to your number, but that merely records you on the data base, the membership system as it was is defunct, your right they could resurrect it, but if it can differenciate between when people where members etc im not sure, same as if you had a season ticket in 07/08 for instance, they could register a purchase against you on the data base but litle else

SingaporeSaint added 17:04 - Apr 18
Genuinely sorry for those fans who cant get tickets and the the club should look at this for next season. We got tickets online on Sat morning (after midnight Fri). Was amazed that although you need to be a member to buy the tickets there were no limits to the amount you can buy, so there are likely to be a fair few 'extended' fans at the game. I hope Coventry will be a celebtration and I hope we are promoted at Boro and the hardcore travelling fans can really enjoy it..

You need to login in order to post your comments

Blogs 29 bloggers

Southampton Polls

About Us Contact Us Terms & Conditions Privacy Cookies Advertising
© FansNetwork 2019