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Discussion in 'USA Men: Fans & Travel' started by wixson7, May 8, 2017.
Not bad considering recent prices
hey panama supporter here.. just quick question.. what section/endline are US supporters groups seating at?
The Wall, which is 23-27.
great!, I'll be seating in section 22, next to them. How do AO members treat visitors? Are US fans friendly or there are some radicals?
Typically very fine, friendly banter..the question is how obnoxious will the away fans be. If you are cool, then everyone is cool.
For the most part they are ignored unless they do something to provoke
Thanks for the references. Pretty excited about the game!
Going to my first US match here. Midfield 2nd row, so expensive but hope it's worth it..
Considering going, but seriously worried this team will most likely just ruin my weekend. I know that's my problem for caring too much about this stupid stuff, but maybe I just need to know myself and watch on tv.
I find it easier to take the massive disappointment this team often gives me in the stadium more than on tv
I have some experience with this -- 2006 Czech Republic and 2017 Mexico. But it's hard to know for sure if I would have felt worse at home.
Yes. Still seems very fresh!
Hah a cop made my day tonight. I generally am very distrustful of police but I was walking home from the stadium and a guy directing traffic looks me. I'm lik ah damn what did I do.
How's it going.
Good. How are you.
Fine. I just wish all these ********s weren't driving home.
I dunno why that cheered me up so much
Flights booked for Orlando. Traveling on a "holiday" weekend to Orlando is always fun with airlines and hoping no major issues.
What genius decided not to mail me a ticket or allow me to print one for this game?
I'm pretty low tech and am struggling with the mobile ticket. I finally got one of my phones to download the Ticketmaster app, and allow me to access my account. I think I see a ticket but don't know what else I need to do. I see no place to input the code I was emailed yesterday either. I have an option to transfer or sell ticket but nothing else.
Anybody that's more high-tech than me that can help?
Not much traffic on this thread, but does anyone have a lone ticket they'd like to sell? I'm traveling myself to the match on a quick turnaround, flying in Friday afternoon, and back out early Saturday. I thought I'd check here first if anyone has had a friend cancel or something before I go to StubHub and try to get a single ticket.
Looks like AO has a few left:
Thanks! I'm kinda sorta hoping not to sit behind the goal (again!), but I may look at that in the next few days if I can't scrounge something else up. There are a few good sets of 2 on StubHub, but I don't want to ask to break someone's pair of seats just yet.
Based on past experience with the hex games in Columbus and San Jose, they don't make the mobile tickets viewable until a week or so before the game. They did not allow home printing of the tickets at all for those games, and I believe that policy is the same for this one.
Wait until they are available. And if you don't want to deal with it you can go to th box office and get a paper one.
Thanks. It would be nice if they told you when you paid, that it was not available.
No sense going to box office, I paid for this one. Plus that takes too much time...
Yeah it's pretty annoying but I guess I'm just used to it now.
I bought an extra pair in case but ended up not needing it. Selling for face value ($73.50 after fees). Directly behind the goal facing the wall (Church Street side), high enough up that you should be under the roof.
Not sure if there's somewhere else on here to put this?
You can get paper versions of the tickets you already bought at the box office on game day.
I did this in Columbus, San Jose and Harrison (although there the scanner couldn't read the tickets and a staffer had to manually input the numerical codes into the machine). Commerce City had the nice system of swiping one's credit card to generate a paper ticket.
Here's the latest info from US Soccer from the Orlando ticketing info page (the document still refers to Harrison): https://ussoccer.app.box.com/s/ofxi9fj92fgzo8ugy9e8dxo2yc0kpdsl
"Do not have smart phone, what should I do?
As early as possible on match day, go to the ticket office (near Gate A) and a ticket will
be printed for you. The box office will open at 9:00 am. on match day, Sept. 1"