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Salvo

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Dec 17, 2007
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It‘s a bit much yes. When and against who?

BUT look, the positive: you can already buy/reserve the ticket and you don’t have to get member as you live in Australia and probably wont come back very soon

Negative: maybe the price. But since they raised the season tickets prices about 30% I think they‘ll do the same with the regular tickets.

In general tickets got much more expinsive. I used to pay 60-80 euro with my membership for Serie A matches, but against big clubs they‘re now between 100 and 150.

Last season I‘ve paid for Barcelona and Tottenham each 120 euro and against Benevento (120th anniversary) 100 euros.

So imagine, am b&w membership costs you 65 euros and a ticket about 100 or even more now. that‘s not that much cheaper as your 210 euro ticket from AroundTurin.
Two years ago cheapest tickets were like 40€ if I remember correctly.. but your friend/gf/what ever also needs to be a member if you buy tickets from Listicket (at least if you want to buy tickets before the general sale, not sure what's the case in general sale, but Wittl will know). Won't be a problem if you go there just by yourself. I don't even remember how much premium membership costs nowadays (they just take the money from my credit card). :D
Just go to Juventus membership thread and read @Wittl posts. Dude is constantly answering these kind of questions.
:tup:

Might be just worth going with around Turin
 

Wittl

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Feb 21, 2017
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I'm not sure if he's trolling me :lol:

Anyway.

@GMan1971 asked:
Greetings, I'm planning on flying in from Rome to see a Juve match which starts at 15:00. Is there any chance I can see the entire match and catch a 19:15 flight out of Turin? Is it feasible if I hire a private driver? How hectic is it in the area after a match? Your help is greatly appreciated.
It's now said that the game will be played on sunday 23th december at 15:00, but this isn't set yet.
Very important: They fix the kick-off times only about 4 weeks in advance. So this match could also easily be played on saturday 22th december at 20:45 or sunday 23th december at 20:45 for example.

So if you wanna book a flight already, make sure you arrive on saturday morning or even on friday and leave on Monday 24th december, Turin is a nice place to be though.

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And yes, it's very hectic after the match, much traffic, full busses and it's very hard to catch a Taxi then. If you wanna leave with a driver you have to order him in advance and fix a meeting point.
 

Lapa

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Sep 29, 2008
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And yes, it's very hectic after the match, much traffic, full busses and it's very hard to catch a Taxi then. If you wanna leave with a driver you have to order him in advance and fix a meeting point.
God damn those buses, who the fuck would even wanna use them after the match. It's a wonder how the doors even closes and what if you would like to hop off at some point? You just won't get out of the bus. :lol:

I just walk back to downtown or where ever my hotel is (never in downtown actually). Stop for few beers at some point, that's the way to do it. :beer:
 

Buck Fuddy

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May 22, 2009
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Is 210 euro a ticket way too much to sit in the family section of our stadium?
That's what the around Turin guy is saying
Difficult to guess what the regular price is going to be. For this particular game, I'd say somewhere between €70 & €100 for the Tribuna Family.

The Bologna game has one big "advantage" for you though: it will be on a weekday.
Regular league games on a weekday basically never sell out. At least up until last season they didn't.
They also tend to be slightly less expensive (face value).

If I were you, I'd just wait & see if you're able to get them when they go on general sale.
Worst case you can't, but then you should still have the option to go for a ticket with a hefty mark up.
 

Salvo

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Dec 17, 2007
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Difficult to guess what the regular price is going to be. For this particular game, I'd say somewhere between €70 & €100 for the Tribuna Family.

The Bologna game has one big "advantage" for you though: it will be on a weekday.
Regular league games on a weekday basically never sell out. At least up until last season they didn't.
They also tend to be slightly less expensive (face value).

If I were you, I'd just wait & see if you're able to get them when they go on general sale.
Worst case you can't, but then you should still have the option to go for a ticket with a hefty mark up.
Is this around Turin guy trustworthy?
 

Wittl

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Feb 21, 2017
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Is this around Turin guy trustworthy?
Hey, I've never booked a ticket from AroundTurin, because I have the membership since many years. But ask @Powis, I think he has told you, that his guy is a good one. :boh:

But actually I didn't know that you want to visit the Bologna game on a weekday. Buck Fuddy might be right, tickets probably won't be sold out after pre-sale for J1897 and b&w member.
 

vodka

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Jul 13, 2010
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Hey, I've never booked a ticket from AroundTurin, because I have the membership since many years. But ask @Powis, I think he has told you, that his guy is a good one. :boh:

But actually I didn't know that you want to visit the Bologna game on a weekday. Buck Fuddy might be right, tickets probably won't be sold out after pre-sale for J1897 and b&w member.
You would think that weekday bologna game is as cheap as it gets
 

Salvo

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Dec 17, 2007
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I've never had any contact with him, so I have no idea. Does look legit though.
Hey, I've never booked a ticket from AroundTurin, because I have the membership since many years. But ask @Powis, I think he has told you, that his guy is a good one. :boh:

But actually I didn't know that you want to visit the Bologna game on a weekday. Buck Fuddy might be right, tickets probably won't be sold out after pre-sale for J1897 and b&w member.
For €210 a ticket I'd expect a hi five from Jacky Elkann when we score a goal.
I'd expect a blowjob from Lapo tbh

I'd wait and risk it but I'm not in position to go to another game if I miss out so I'll just pay it and guarantee some tickets
 

Buck Fuddy

Lara Chedraoui fanboy
May 22, 2009
9,289
I'd wait and risk it but I'm not in position to go to another game if I miss out so I'll just pay it and guarantee some tickets
You should have waited, Salvo.

Regular sale for the Bologna tickets started on Friday & there's still more than enough available. There's absolutely no way this is gonna sell out. Which is going to make it the 3rd game in a row.
 

Hustini

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Juventus news: the fans are still striking, and CR7 isn't happy
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SHOW GALLERY
17 September at 15:00
Juventus are doing very well in Serie A: none of their rivals can keep up, and the Bianconeri have been perfect so far, winning four games out of four.

Even better, Cristiano Ronaldo finally opened his account with the Old Lady, netting a brace at the weekend against Sassuolo to set up a 2-1 win.

And yet, Douglas Costa’s horrible spitting incident isn’t the only blemish on the Juventini’s book.

There’s a problem: Cristiano Ronaldo is not the only one who didn’t appreciate the Juventus Stadium’s frosty reception of the Bianconeri.

The first half was, especially, eerily quiet. Fans are still angry at the increase in ticket prices, the Curva Sud showing up in white shirts to indicate that they believed that games had turned into theatre productions.

They had already refused to show up to the first game of the season against Verona, and indeed in the pre-season showcase at Villar Perosa, where the first and second teams face off and new signings are introduced.

Before he scored, Ronaldo could be seen waving his arms to get the fans going. Will this still be the case a few weeks from now?

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I really can't stand our Ultras. Such little bitches
 

Wittl

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Feb 21, 2017
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I really can't stand our Ultras. Such little bitches
Yes, but ticket prices now are about 2 times as high as they were 3 years ago. It really gets hard for our italian Ultras to afford these expensive tickets. So if we don't stop raise our ticket prices we will lose our Ultras anyway.

So basically I can understand them.

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Yeah, no kidding. They are concerned the stadium is turning into a "theater"...apparently they are not entertained :lol:
Unfortunately it's like this. 6 years ago the atmosphere was great. Now it's just tourists or rich kiddies filming and taking selfies the entire match and no one sings anymore. It's the price we're paying for raising our ticket prices.

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I've been looking at tickets over the past few days, does anyone know what "intero P" is supposed to mean?
Full price.
 

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