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      Members Sale 2018/19 season
      Jul 02, 2018 03:54:46 pm
      Liverpool FC has released the following information regarding Members' ticket sales in July.

      Ticket sales are outlined below with 10 Premier League home games being available during this period. Eligibility is based on attendance at Premier League home games during the 2017-18 season.

      Sale dates

      Disabled Members sales:

      From 8.15am BST on Friday July 13: Members who require a wheelchair bay.

      From 8.15am BST Monday July 16: Members who require ambulant seating.

      Non-disabled Members sales:

      Tickets can be purchased online only.

      From 8.15am BST on Tuesday July 17: Members who recorded a minimum of 13 games wishing to purchase tickets for the following fixtures: West Ham United, Brighton and Hove Albion, Southampton, Manchester City, Everton, Manchester United, Newcastle United, Arsenal.

      Members eligible to purchase tickets during this sale are guaranteed a ticket for each match.

      From 8.15am BST on Wednesday July 18: Members who recorded a minimum of 4 games wishing to purchase tickets for the following fixtures: Manchester City, Everton, Manchester United, Arsenal.

      Tickets for this sale will be sold strictly on a first come, first served basis subject to availability, and we cannot guarantee that tickets will be available to all that apply.

      From 8.15am Thursday July 19: ALL Members wishing to purchase tickets for the following games: West Ham United, Brighton and Hove Albion, Southampton, Cardiff City, Fulham, Newcastle United.

      Tickets for this sale will be sold strictly on a first come first served basis subject to availability, and we cannot guarantee that tickets will be available to all that apply.

      Visit www.liverpoolfc.com to follow the live blog for sale updates during the Members' sale.

      To ensure the best experience for all supporters during the Members' ticket sale, supporters are asked to follow these guidelines:

      Ensure you qualify for the sale before you join the queue. Do not select more seats than necessary as this will slow down the sales and queuing process. Do not queue in more than one browser as this will increase yours and others' queuing time.

      The Local Members’ sale, Local general sale and additional Members’ sale will also take place ahead of each match. Members are encouraged to check availability on a regular basis.

      As a Member, you can also purchase hospitality and record your match attendance too.
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      Re: Members Sale 2018/19 season
      Reply #1: Jul 19, 2018 09:26:50 pm
      How did everyone else go? I managed to get two in U9 for the Cardiff game. Not the greatest seats but you’ll take it when you can.

      For the future, anyone know how to be near the front of the queue. I thought I was ready by opening right at 8:15 but it took me 3 hours in the queue.
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      Re: Members Sale 2018/19 season
      Reply #2: Dec 11, 2018 01:09:48 pm
      Online sales are still a f***ing joke!.
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      Re: Members Sale 2018/19 season
      Reply #3: Jan 23, 2019 11:32:58 pm
      Online sales are still a f***ing joke!.

      Agreed, something needs to be done (what I’m not quite sure) I pay my membership every year, I have the recent history for fa cup and league cup, so get tickets for these, but never even get close for a league or champions league match. Maybe they could do a ballot for the general sale, register you’re interest and if you get lucky, you get lucky, surely that’s better than battling online at 8.15 and having to que an hour knowing it will have sold out
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      Re: Members Sale 2018/19 season
      Reply #4: Jan 24, 2019 12:56:56 pm
      If you've paid out for a membership then you should be guaranteed one if not more than one ticket a season.

      Should be some kind of ballot system in place that also recognises and rewards loyalty.  Current system is a bit of a joke.

      In all honesty, if you are not a regular attender at Anfield then you have to question if you need a members card and not simply just get a fancier ticket for a one off. 
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      Re: Members Sale 2018/19 season
      Reply #5: Jan 24, 2019 06:20:31 pm
      I used to get to at least 8-10 league games a season, but with the emergence of kids and working away meant I had to stop, I want to go and would love to take my kids too, but not once in the last couple of seasons have I been successful when I’ve tried. Surely they could try and implement something whereby if you buy a membership you are at least guaranteed 1 ticket a season, they must be making a fortune selling memberships to people who think they have a chance of getting a ticket but it reality they don’t
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      Re: Members Sale 2018/19 season
      Reply #6: May 31, 2019 08:51:59 pm
      Having been to one home game for the last 4 seasons, I find that the best time to find spare tickets is between 10am and 3pm GMT the day before the fixture. But you need to have the patience of job and be prepared to wear out your refresh button. It will say SOLD OUT for a long time, then 10 seconds later, A spare ticket will become available. And just as quickly it will be gone. Or will it? It's not uncommon for the exact same ticket to resurface a few minutes later. It makes you want to tear your hair out. It also means having all your other expenses and arrangements booked and ready to go, ticket or not.

      I got a ticket for Huddersfield just 36h before ko, and less than 2 hours before setting out. I haven't stayed overnight in Liverpool since 1990, so the extra time gave me the chance to discover areas I never heard of before, let alone knew about, e.g. Kensington. There is not a lot to discover in Kensington tbh, but it's a nice area and the beauty of travel is discovering things and places you haven't seen before.

      The current ticket system is much better and fairer than it used to be. That doesn't mean it's any less frustrating. While I would welcome the access to one ticket per season, I don't know how it would work. Most would want a ticket to the most glamourous games, rather than home bankers against cannon fodder as I usually go to, as winning the game justifies the trip imo. Not only that, but what long term season ticket holder should give up his ticket because someone from China with no record of previous games, wants to come and experience the derby? I'm sure there is some way to satisfy everyone, but I'll leave that to those who can find it.
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      Re: Members Sale 2018/19 season
      Reply #7: Jun 04, 2019 11:51:13 pm
      extra time gave me the chance to discover areas I never heard of before, let alone knew about, e.g. Kensington. There is not a lot to discover in Kensington tbh, but it's a nice area

      Last time I walked down there I got approached by two prostitutes and I'm fairly sure it was an afternoon game so I'm not sure I'd agree with your definition of 'nice area'.

      Glad you got sorted though and a good tip there on the return tickets.
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      Re: Members Sale 2018/19 season
      Reply #8: Jun 05, 2019 09:53:46 am
      Last time I walked down there I got approached by two prostitutes and I'm fairly sure it was an afternoon game so I'm not sure I'd agree with your definition of 'nice area'.

      Glad you got sorted though and a good tip there on the return tickets.

      Could be exactly what he means by 'nice area' to be fair.

      One mans trash is another mans treasure and all that ;)

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