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blueandy1mac
Post subject: Re: Dunedin - too early to panic about tickets?
PostPosted: 10:42 on 9th Oct 2012

Joined: 12:30 on 14th Jul 2008
Posts: 2096
Location: Preston UK
vesparam Wrote:
Hector Wrote:
Anyone heard any rumors yet on when tickets might appear.

Must be soon

It'll be my first overseas test, though been to a few here (edgebaston, trent,)
Are tickets available through ecb or am i as well to go direct to blackcaps? Any seasoned fans out there offer any advice? Flight booked, accomodation free (result!)just need tickets and a t-shirt.


Do'nt panic.


Hold on I said that once before :oops:
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Hector
Post subject: Re: Dunedin - too early to panic about tickets?
PostPosted: 19:01 on 26th Oct 2012

Joined: 19:34 on 29th May 2008
Posts: 1227
Location: Somerset
Extract from BA e-mail

In respect of ticketing, the tour goes on sale locally on December 03. Their nationwide agency is Ticketek and you will be able to purchase and print tickets via the web. More details will be sent in November.
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fernando
Post subject: Re: Dunedin - too early to panic about tickets?
PostPosted: 11:19 on 28th Oct 2012

Joined: 12:48 on 25th Apr 2008
Posts: 1862
Hector Wrote:
Extract from BA e-mail

In respect of ticketing, the tour goes on sale locally on December 03. Their nationwide agency is Ticketek and you will be able to purchase and print tickets via the web. More details will be sent in November.


Lovely Jubbly. :D
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lanesra
Post subject: Re: Dunedin - too early to panic about tickets?
PostPosted: 22:35 on 28th Oct 2012

Joined: 13:50 on 5th Jul 2012
Posts: 27
I have "Joined" Ticetek NZ, and they are suggesting that I will get the jump on the GP by 24 hours for tickets...www.ticketek.co.nz
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blueandy1mac
Post subject: Re: Dunedin - too early to panic about tickets?
PostPosted: 16:34 on 29th Oct 2012

Joined: 12:30 on 14th Jul 2008
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Location: Preston UK
lanesra Wrote:
I have "Joined" Ticetek NZ, and they are suggesting that I will get the jump on the GP by 24 hours for tickets...www.ticketek.co.nz


Good shout, thanks for that.
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blueandy1mac
Post subject: Re: Dunedin - too early to panic about tickets?
PostPosted: 16:46 on 29th Oct 2012

Joined: 12:30 on 14th Jul 2008
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Location: Preston UK
Just joined, notable that the tests are'nt even mentioned from what I can see.

You should all take a look at the site, absolutely fantastic. The upcoming highlights include Ringo Starr and his band, the Hollies, Bachman Turner and even Blondie. The biggest draw is sure to be the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, a snip at £40 a ticket (plus booking fee of course),early March. If you can't make it there's always the Mousetrap instead !
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Green Lad
Post subject: Re: Dunedin - too early to panic about tickets?
PostPosted: 15:38 on 26th Nov 2012

Joined: 10:54 on 24th Jul 2012
Posts: 3
Tickets for Dunedin are on sale now..........Ticketek NZ
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MrPhelps
Post subject: Re: Dunedin - too early to panic about tickets?
PostPosted: 17:13 on 26th Nov 2012

Joined: 16:13 on 17th Jan 2011
Posts: 95
Green Lad Wrote:
Tickets for Dunedin are on sale now..........Ticketek NZ


This seems to be only if you live in the Wellington or Dunedin area. Looks like general sale is still 3rd December.
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peterw
Post subject: Re: Dunedin - too early to panic about tickets?
PostPosted: 17:15 on 26th Nov 2012

Joined: 23:05 on 21st Jan 2011
Posts: 99
Thanks for the tip

Tickets booked for Dunedin....... $90 dollars for test pass + a small cost for the usual Credit card/transaction fee

Works out to approx £49 for all five days.... a bit cheaper than the Ashes tickets I have just booked for next summer !

I see the website is only allowing 4 test pass tickets per booking for both Dunedin and Wellington and 8 for Eden Park. Strange that Wellington and Dunedin are being treated the same with regards capacity ?

Peter

Anyway, another job done, only 94 days to take off !!
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peterw
Post subject: Re: Dunedin - too early to panic about tickets?
PostPosted: 17:17 on 26th Nov 2012

Joined: 23:05 on 21st Jan 2011
Posts: 99
Mr Phelps

Just seen your reply. I successfully booked for 2 x test passes for Dunedin from the less than exotic Elmers End......

and an email confirmation to collect from venue...
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