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bread
Post subject: Re: NZ tickets
PostPosted: 22:55 on 2nd Dec 2012

Joined: 12:04 on 18th Jun 2008
Posts: 193
Location: Mansfield
Lovely jubilee, days 3 onwards when I get to Dunedin & then Welly all booked. Will sort Auckland as well later
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blueandy1mac
Post subject: Re: NZ tickets
PostPosted: 16:24 on 3rd Dec 2012

Joined: 12:30 on 14th Jul 2008
Posts: 2149
Location: Preston UK
bread Wrote:
Lovely jubilee, days 3 onwards when I get to Dunedin & then Welly all booked. Will sort Auckland as well later


It was a lovely Jubilee Bread as you so rightly say, I'm just surprised it came up in the middle of the NZ ticket thread. Still I'm sure HRH will acknowledge your thoughtfullness with a little OBE or something.

Booked up the first two tests, Auk can wait 'til we're there, hardly likely to be a scramble for them.
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MrMat
Post subject: Re: NZ tickets
PostPosted: 18:09 on 15th Dec 2012

Joined: 16:47 on 15th Jul 2008
Posts: 196
All done.

Auckland ODI then Dunedin and Wellington 5 Day Passes all for about £115. Lovely stuff.
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MrPhelps
Post subject: Re: NZ tickets
PostPosted: 09:49 on 17th Dec 2012

Joined: 16:13 on 17th Jan 2011
Posts: 99
Something I've spotted for Auckland.
Ticketek are offering a triple deal (T20 + ODI + 5 Day Test Pass) for NZ$51 to NZ$61 + credit card fee.
For comparison a 5 day pass for Auckland is coming in at NZ$92 to NZ$112 and a single day ticket NZ$22 to NZ$32.
Might be worth going for the triple deal even if you;re not going to make the T20 and ODI games.
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blueandy1mac
Post subject: Re: NZ tickets
PostPosted: 11:55 on 17th Dec 2012

Joined: 12:30 on 14th Jul 2008
Posts: 2149
Location: Preston UK
It does seem to be actually doing that although the offer is meant to be a day at the test coupled with the two one day games. Only pursued it as far as the log in screen so it may ultimately make you choose which day at the test you want. Worth a punt I suppose.
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MrPhelps
Post subject: Re: NZ tickets
PostPosted: 12:06 on 17th Dec 2012

Joined: 16:13 on 17th Jan 2011
Posts: 99
blueandy1mac Wrote:
It does seem to be actually doing that although the offer is meant to be a day at the test coupled with the two one day games. Only pursued it as far as the log in screen so it may ultimately make you choose which day at the test you want. Worth a punt I suppose.


Ah that now makes more sense - I was struggling to work out why all three games were thrown in for less than the price of a five day pass.
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MrPhelps
Post subject: Re: NZ tickets
PostPosted: 11:42 on 18th Dec 2012

Joined: 16:13 on 17th Jan 2011
Posts: 99
blueandy1mac Wrote:
It does seem to be actually doing that although the offer is meant to be a day at the test coupled with the two one day games. Only pursued it as far as the log in screen so it may ultimately make you choose which day at the test you want. Worth a punt I suppose.


I've tried to recall what happened when I went through the booking screen beyond this point and I do remember having to enter a date.

However I've checked my booked tickets and I have tickets (sent via e-mail and printed) for all 5 days of the test match.

I've e-mailed Ticketek to confirm that all 5 days worth of tickets are valid.

Still seems a bit too good to be true...
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blueandy1mac
Post subject: Re: NZ tickets
PostPosted: 17:50 on 18th Dec 2012

Joined: 12:30 on 14th Jul 2008
Posts: 2149
Location: Preston UK
MrPhelps Wrote:
blueandy1mac Wrote:
It does seem to be actually doing that although the offer is meant to be a day at the test coupled with the two one day games. Only pursued it as far as the log in screen so it may ultimately make you choose which day at the test you want. Worth a punt I suppose.


I've tried to recall what happened when I went through the booking screen beyond this point and I do remember having to enter a date.

However I've checked my booked tickets and I have tickets (sent via e-mail and printed) for all 5 days of the test match.

I've e-mailed Ticketek to confirm that all 5 days worth of tickets are valid.

Still seems a bit too good to be true...


I believe thats called 'a result'.
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MrPhelps
Post subject: Re: NZ tickets
PostPosted: 22:49 on 18th Dec 2012

Joined: 16:13 on 17th Jan 2011
Posts: 99
I've had this reply back from ticketek.

"Thank you for your email,
I can confirm that the triple deal does include the full days for the test match and the tickets you have received are correct and valid.

Please let us know if you require any further assistance.

Regards"

So that seems to be 2 tickets for the T20, ODI and 5 days of the test for just over £50.

As you say "result"
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lanesra
Post subject: Re: NZ tickets
PostPosted: 05:14 on 20th Dec 2012

Joined: 13:50 on 5th Jul 2012
Posts: 27
MrPhelps Wrote:
I've had this reply back from ticketek.

"Thank you for your email,
I can confirm that the triple deal does include the full days for the test match and the tickets you have received are correct and valid.

Please let us know if you require any further assistance.

Regards"

So that seems to be 2 tickets for the T20, ODI and 5 days of the test for just over £50.

As you say "result"


Which stand is everyone sitting in??
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