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-- Anonymous, August 09, 1999
does anyone want to swap two tickets for the ajax-arsenal game in amsterdam, i am a regular at arsenal and would give you more expensive seats for a date of your choice.
-- Anonymous, January 09, 2003
Whilst waiting for my train out of the smoke at London Liverpool Street Station to Braintree, I came across a travel agent who will remain nameless (totally due to the fact that I have forgotten the name) who was selling a package for the Ajax versus F-Word game in February 2003. The price they were quoting which included 2 nights in a 3 star hotel was £435 or in dear old euros, approximately €679. This appears to have a very high profit element included to say the least. Wonder if they are going through Ajax Travel ?
-- Anonymous, November 28, 2002
Can anyone help me or guide me into how I can get 4 tickets for Ajax vs Arsenal on 26th Feb 2003. It's proving very difficult to get tickets...
Cheers and best regards,
-- Anonymous, November 22, 2002
Thanks to a off-discussion post from Jakob, I had best clarify one important point: Ajax Travel is not selling CL match tickets except as part of the Amsterdam Package (incl. Hotel) or Hospitality Package (no hotel, dinner at De Toekomst, match seat).This point was made clear to me in a phone call to Ajax Travel this morning.
-- Anonymous, October 08, 2002
Many thanks to my favorite website(no , not naked chicks.com or something like that)for their easy to navigate instructions on purchasing match tickets. I used the guide just this morning to purchase seats for myself and fellow Ajax-USA member Raymond van der Ngiau; for the Ajax v. Inter and Ajax v. NEC matches on 12 and 17 November respectively.I can taste the nectar of the Gods already.
-- Anonymous, October 08, 2002
I am Scottish and support Dundee FC. I wanted to see the Feyenoord/Ajax game on Oct 6 2002. Having never been to a game on European soil I decided to email Feyenoord. I was told to ring back on a certain date. I did this only to be told it was sold out and I had to have a club card. Dissapointed at the service I asked the sports reporters at my work they tried unsuccessfully. I am a graphic artist and responsible Dundee FC season ticket holder. Is there an way of helping/making this possible? Yours faihfully Alan Blyth. P.S. FAiling this what do you suggest from the 2 other ties. Alkmaar V Vitesse or Utrecht v Roosendaal
-- Anonymous, October 02, 2002
I had the privledge of seeing Ajax kick be boers butt at the ArenA for the Johan Cuijff Schall. Many thanks to Cristan... a local Ajax supporter who bought a ticket for me with his clubcard. I would have had to watch the game on Dutch TV if it were not for his kindness. An excellent match for Van der Vaart and also O'Brien. It was strange seeing O'Brien play defense after watching him up front during the world cup. Ajax is young, quick and very offensive minded. They have an excellent chance in the Champions League this year. The ArenA was well behaved and the joden were under control probably because the PSV supporters boycotted the game. (An issue of ticket sales only if a train ticket was purchased)... the PSV fans blocked PSV's bus for 2 hours and the game was delayed but Ajax stayed cool and emerged victorious 3-1. Also, AjaxII beat Vollendam 5-1. Agreat day for Ajax and it's supporters.
-- Anonymous, August 12, 2002
About tickets to the Amsterdam tournament, I went to two games last year and got tickets the day before merely by showing up at the ArenA (there's a newsagent on the opposite side of the train tracks from the stadium where tickets are sold). They were kind of pricey (around 100 Hfl) but really excellent (a few rows up right at midfield).
-- Anonymous, July 12, 2002
Ajax.nl reports that the club has sold over 31,000 season tickets, before the pre-season tour has started and before the Amsterdam Tournament. This is 6.5% more than same time last season. Good news.
-- Anonymous, July 04, 2002
I'm going to be Den Haag/Zoetermeer in early August and would love to see both rounds of the Amsterdam Tournament. Is it difficult to buy tickets? Will I need a club card? Is there an Internet site where I can buy the tickets? Any information would be helpful.
Tim Blangger Macungie, PA USA
-- Anonymous, June 28, 2002
In the local rag today, they were reporting on the season ticket prices for the forthcoming season for Chelmsford City. Remembering (??) that they play in 2 leagues below the English football league and they finished 20th out of 24 last season, their season ticket price is more than I pay for my season ticket at Ajax. Which only goes to prove what terific value Ajax is.
-- Anonymous, May 31, 2002
Today is the last day of presale for the Amstel Cup final in De Kuip. Some 3,000 "bus combi tickets" are still available (combined match and bus tickets). Ajax.nl announced that it is now possible (today only!!) to purchase your ticket for the Amstel Cup final a Club Card at the Ajax Fanshop in the Amsterdam ArenA!
At the Ajax Fanshop, you can buy yor "bus combi" (51 euros) and a Club Card certificate (6 euros) - and you're in!
A great opportunity for Ajax fans from outside Holland to see Ajax win the double! Grab your chance!
-- Anonymous, May 08, 2002
I followed the advice given to get tickets for a game this Sunday (April 28) against FC Den Bosch.
Upon arrival at the ArenA, I discovered that it is now impossible to buy a club card on the spot and that it can only be done by mail. Thus, I was not able to get any tickets for this match.
If anybody has any extra tickets, please let me know. My little brother is coming from America and will be crused if he can't see the match. Thank you.
-- Anonymous, April 23, 2002
Hello I have just posted a message somewhere else but I don't know where it has gone. Anyway I would just like to know if anybody out there, could help me obtain a ticket for the Amstel Cup Final on Sunday 12th May in that unmentionable place in Rotterdam. I have been coming over from outside Belfast for a long while to watch Ajax. Some of you might have seen me on the large screen from time to time I am the one with THE WHITE COWBOY HAT who always kisses the crest. Hope someone can point me in the right direction E.G. tobacco shop number etc. I would be extremely grateful if it could be achieved. From Irish Johnny... KEEP THE FLAG FLYING HIGH.......
-- Anonymous, April 13, 2002
I can buy exactly one extra ticket for Ajax vs FC Den Bosch, possibly the championship match, on Sunday, 28 April. The first non-Dutch Ajax USA member applying for it by sending me an e- mail, can have it (face value, of course).
If no 'foreigner' shows up, I've already got a few close friends in mind. So, Dutchies, for you guys it's useless to apply... :-)
-- Anonymous, April 08, 2002
Important announcement for non-Dutch Ajax fans planning to attend Ajax vs FC Utrecht on Sunday 21 April:
There is no presale for this game! It will not be possible to obtain tickets. Ajax.nl announced this measure today. The decision to stop ticket sales with immediate effect, has been taken in order to avoid trouble, as it occurred during the Young Ajax vs FC Utrecht Amstel Cup game, recently.
The game has now become a "season ticket holders only" event, which makes it easier for Ajax and the police to identify possible troublemakers.
Sad, but I suppose it's a wise decision after the complete chaos on the stands during Young Ajax vs FC Utrecht. I hope this does not interfere with anyone's plans to travel to Amsterdam...
-- Anonymous, April 06, 2002
In response to Chris' post...
"Has anything changed in the last month?"
I'm afraid so. Check our (always up-to-date!) matches schedule. The Ajax vs FC Utrecht game was re-scheduled to Sunday, 21 April.
There is no home game on 07 April. Ajax plays at home on 03 and 10 April (against FC Groningen for the league and against PSV for the domestic cup, respectively). But no game on the 7th...
If you're interested: the Ajax A1 youth (17/18 year-olds) is at home against PSV on Saturday 06 April @ Ajax' youth complex De Toekomst, adjacent to the ArenA (kick-off 14:30).
-- Anonymous, April 02, 2002
I'm in the 'dam this weekend, and as Ajax are at home against Utrecht this week, I'm wondering how easy it's going to be getting tickets for that game? What size of crowd does this fixture attract (especially 1st v 7th with five games to go)? I see it's good to do it as soon as poss on arrival (this friday). Has anything changed in the last month?
-- Anonymous, April 02, 2002
i am gign to be in holland from 16 -23 april 2002, what are the chances of getting two tickets for ajax - groningen.
i see groningen are a level two hooligan risk so would i be able to get a clubcard / tickets in the fanshop in the arena??
also anyone know if you can get tickets on the day for the first division matches ? want to go to heracles v top oss on 19th and ga eagles v dordrecht on 20 th
-- Anonymous, March 17, 2002
Here's a copy of an email our Editor, Menno Pot, sent to a traveler interested in a ticket for an upcoming game. It contains useful information, so I'm reposting (without his permission!).
Thanks for writing, and great you're coming over to Amsterdam. Obtaining tickets for a home game against FC Den Bosch will be no problem at all, especially since you'll arrive in Amsterdam two days prior to the game.
Here's what I recommend...
On the day of your arrival, you travel to the Amsterdam ArenA. To learn how to get there, read this: http://www.ajax- usa.com/ajax/travel/travel_to_arena.html
Next to the main entrance is the entrance for the Ajax Museum & Fanshop. I really recommend you to visit the museum anyway, if you're a true Ajax or football fan. It's great. But more importantly, inside the Fanshop is a 'Tickets Desk'. Game tickets are also for sale at newspaper stores in the city center connected to the 'Ticketbox' network. However, a so- called Club Card (Dutch football fan ID system) is required.
You don't have one, but you can purchase a 'Club Card certificate' (are you still with me?) in the Fanshop and buy your game ticket on the spot. All in all, this will not be expensive: your Club Card is only 6 euros an valid for two years. The cheapest game tickets are usually 12 euros. 18 euros in total, which is just under US $16.
I recommend you to do this on your day of arrival. Normally, a home game against FC Den Bosch would attract a crowd of some 35,000 (caopacity of the ArenA is 52,000). But as you may know, Ajax is currently at the top of the table. They're running for the national championship. Public interest for the upcoming games will increase if they keep going strong. (The Den Bosch game is the last home game of the season. Maybe they'll grab the title when you're here... Who knows...)
If you may have a any more questions, don't hesitate to ask.
Ajax USA Editor
-- Anonymous, February 27, 2002
I have a spare ticket for Ajax vs RKC Waalwijk, in the Amsterdam ArenA on Sunday, 10 February. I bought it for an English guy, who was planning to come to Amsterdam, but now faces unexpected trouble at work and had to cancel his trip.
It's a ticket for section 412, right next to 'Vak 410'. Which means: good atmosphere! Price: 11 euros. I'm offering it for face value, of course.
If you happen to be in Amsterdam that weekend: drop me a line, or reply in this thread. I've also offered it on the Vak 410 website, but Ajax USA members go first! :-)
-- Anonymous, January 25, 2002
To anyone who happens to be in Amsterdam on Thursday, 07 February...
Obtaining tickets for the Amstel Cup "double header" (Young Ajax vs Stormvogels Telstar at 6:00PM, followed by Ajax-1 vs FC Groningen at 8:45PM) will not be a problem. A home game against FC Groningen is an "average risk" game (B category), which means you'll need a Club Card to buy tickets in presale. Which really sounds like more of a problem than it really is.
Usually, you have to order a Club Card and it takes some three weeks before you receive it. But you can also go to the Ajax Fanshop in the Amsterdam ArenA. There's a tickets counter in there, where you can buy a "Club Card certificate" (for 6 euros, which is $5 dollars), which allows you to purchase your tickets right away. You can buy four tickets on one Club Card.
The game will most definitely not sell out, so it's okay if you go there the day before the game, or even on game day. Easy does it :-)
-- Anonymous, January 17, 2002
Does anybody know how best to go about getting tickets for the PSV vs leeds utd game on 21st feb 2002??
any help would be greatly appreciated
-- Anonymous, December 17, 2001
For your info: I've already sent Caleb email to help him. So you don't have to bother writing a long reply anymore... :-)
-- Anonymous, November 01, 2001
If you want to see this game you have to get a clubcard! Otherwise there's no chance, maybe the black market. You can call AJAX or you send a mail to AJAX, but i fear that it is to late. It takes about 2 weeks before you get your clubcard, and Monday 5 november the sales start. And it will be a sell-out. I think, that you better can wait for antoher Eredivisie game.
-- Anonymous, October 31, 2001
hello there, this is not an answer but a request. im a kiwi living in london and a huge fan of ajax. i really really really want to see them play psv on nov 25 i believe. how can i go about getting a ticket? any chance?
-- Anonymous, October 30, 2001
Make it probalbly 2 tickets due to some problems. Already swapped so it are the original park stadium entrance ticket's. kontakt me on email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
-- Anonymous, October 12, 2001
Ticket available for Kopenhagen - Ajax, kontakt me on Kopenhagen50@hotmail.com
-- Anonymous, October 11, 2001
Hi, I'm an Ajax supporter from Chicago, Illinois, USA. I hope to get advice from Ajax supporters in the Netherlands who are familiar with the clubs, stadiums and rivalries in Holland. Here is my situation (I am very lucky!):
I get to go to Holland on business the week of 10 September. I will actually arrive in Amsterdam the morning of 8 September. I hope to be able to see a match that afternoon or evening. For the weekend, I will be based in Maastricht.
Here are the games being played that day:
NAC Breda is at AZ Alkmaar Feyenoord is at NEC Fortuna Sittard is at PSV Eindhoven De Graafschap is at Roda JC (only 45 minutes by NS from Maastricht) Ajax is at Twente
My question to you is this: Which match do you think would afford the best chance of being able to walk up and buy a ticket from the box office on the day of the match?
I figure (from advice I've gleaned from the Ajax-USA site and this message board) that it will be impossible to buy tickets when Ajax or Feyenoord are playing away matches. And, Alkmaar is very far from where I'll be staying.
Perhaps, I think, my best chance to obtain a ticket on match day would be at Eindhoven or Kerkrade, both of whom have big, newer stadiums and are playing - how shall I say it - relatively "minor" opponents? But, maybe Roda-De Graafschap or Fortuna-PSV are big rivalries? This is the part I don't know anything about.
A few other questions, sorry for my ignorance of these things:
What time of day are Saturday matches played - afternoon or evening?
I plan to wear something neutral, that is not specific to either club - is there anything I should avoid wearing (other than the away team's jersey)?
Is the speaking of English as common in the south of Holland as it is in Amsterdam? I don't really understand any Dutch.
Are there pubs, bars & cafes to be found in the vicinity of the stadiums? If so, is it generally a friendly atmosphere to visit before the match? Is there any potential hostility, in the immediate area of the stadiums, to someone who is obviously American (as soon as he speaks)? Do other clubs have their own pubs in the stadium, as the ArenA appears to have?
I have some experience with Dutch trains, although I have only visited Amsterdam and Eindhoven before. Are the trains impossibly full on match days?
Thanks in advance for any advice you can give. Menno, your snapshots of each team are a fantastic addition to the site. Best of luck to Ajax in 2001-2002!
-- Anonymous, August 20, 2001
Could anyone get two tickets for the Ajax game against celtic or know the best way to get them.
Arriving Amsterdam on the 7th. Is it possible to buy tickets from the ticketbox network either ourselves or getting a dutch citizen to buy for us.
-- Anonymous, July 23, 2001
Hope The AJAX fans will be in great voice on 8.8.01!!! I just read , on a Celtic chat site, that 7800 tickets have been allotted to the away supporters. It should be a rockin' house on the day.
-- Anonymous, July 23, 2001
the celtic game who can get me two tickets for the celtic side
-- Anonymous, July 21, 2001
I am pretty sure the A'dam Tourney is not sold out. Menno?
-- Anonymous, July 16, 2001
As far back as 5 weeks ago, I tried to purchase tickets for the Amsterdam Tourney. I was told at that time they are sold out. Yet, the english speaking section of the site talks still of buying a ticket thru walk-up. Not for the first time in my life, I am confused.
-- Anonymous, July 16, 2001
-- Anonymous, May 12, 2001
I know I am stating the obvious( what else is new?) but for any AJAX fan who has ever wondered about match tickets, attending matches,enjoying a night in the ArenA, etc?..the AJAX-USA 2001 trip is THE TICKET . I for one can't wait.Celebrating my birthday (April 27) with AJAX. How sweet it is!!!!
-- Anonymous, November 03, 2000
Just an away game in that week - I'm sorry. Getting tickets for the guests section at away games is impossible for people who are not in possession of a special, so-called 'away card'. And even if you've got one, people who attend away games more often than you, go first... Maybe you'll be in Amsterdam early enough to get to the season's opener against Fortuna Sittard on Tuesday, Aug 22?
-- Anonymous, July 24, 2000
I'll be in Amsterdam the last week of August and was wondering if I'll be able to buy a ticket for that w/e's game? thanx in advance.
-- Anonymous, July 23, 2000
Anyone know how to get Amsterdam Tournement tickets from the US? I didn't have problems getting them last year on the game day, but I would like to get them in advance this year. Thanks again! -John
-- Anonymous, June 20, 2000
This yesr's Amsterdam Tournament will be played on Agust 3 and 5. Ajax will play Arsenal and Lazio Roma (I'm not sure in which order). FC Barcelona participates as well, but Ajax will not play them. You van buyt 'day tickets' for the tournament, valid for two games, for example: Arsenal - Barcelona in the afternoon and Ajax - Lazio at night. (In between the games, why don't you go see a movie in the frshly opened 'Mega Cinema' next to the ArenA...? Just an advice...)
-- Anonymous, April 24, 2000
Does anyone know when the Amsterdam Tournament is this year? I went last year and it was a great time.
-- Anonymous, April 23, 2000
I'm glad to hear you got to see a game! I'll be in Amsterdam 'sometime' in July, and I'm dieing to see Ajax live!
Can anyone tell me what matches are being played in the ArenA in July? I can't seem to find a schedule for July.
I'll follow your advice and email the ArenA and ask about tickets.
I was born in Amersfoort 32 years ago, left when I was 2, and have never been back! I can't wait!
Mel email@example.com Mel.Hodges@nfsmt.com
-- Anonymous, April 11, 2000
I went to Holland for the first time on March 14-March 20 2000 and I wanted to attend to a Ajax game what i did was i email the ajax at the ArenA 2 month prior my trip and asked them question about weather or not i could attend to the game agains FC Twente. they were so kind to deserve the amount of ticket that i needed and pay at the box! everything worked out fine i got the ticket and I was able to see the game. thou Ajax didn't won I was happy to be at the ArenA and watch them play for the first time. one thing people out there at the Mc Donald in The ArenA there is no french fries..... and u need to buy an arena card to buy food there. if u want more information please let me know and i reply to u my email is firstname.lastname@example.org or redViolet_rose@excite.com
-- Anonymous, April 04, 2000
If you are in Amsterdam, desperately looking for Ajax tickets, CUPIDO TICKETS is your last hope. They sell tickets for sports events and concerts, in a way that seems to be legal (otherwise he would not have been accepted by the Chamber of Commerce as an official company), but what it's still ripping off. Prizes are either high or ridiculously high - but if you really want to attend a game during your short stay in Amsterdam, then sometimes it's the last chance, especially if you want to see a top game against Feyenoord or PSV (Dec 15). Cupido Tickets is located in Amsterdam East, on Linnaeuskade 32 . Phone number: 468 6868 (being in Amsterdam). Dial 020 first, when calling from elsewhere in Holland. Or dial +31 20 first, when calling from abroad.
-- Anonymous, December 01, 1999
To start with you, Meror, you're in trouble... The only home game during your stay, will be Ajax - PSV. A great one, but it's played on the day you arrive (Wednesday Dec 15) and it's probably gonna be the quickest sell-out of the season. After that one, the away game against De Graafschap is the only game left before the two month winter break. For you, Pete, it's going to be much easier. In fact, you can buy a temporary (and therefore cheap) Club Card and buy them yourself. Or I can buy an extra ticket, as a season ticket holder. If you like, we can hook up when you get here to sort that out. Just drop me a line by the time you leave for Amsterdam.
-- Anonymous, December 01, 1999
The schedule is available here: http://www.ajax.nl/wedstrijden/schema/index.html
Ajax host PSV on 15 December, a tough ticket to get, and security will be tight. You might not be able to get in without a ClubCard. And then Ajax play away on 19 December at De Graafschap. This is a Low Security game (see http://www.ajax-usa.com/ajax/more/tickets.html), so if it's not sold out and you can get to the game, you should be able to buy a ticket.
-- Anonymous, November 17, 1999
This isn't an answer, but another question. I didn't know how to get in any other way. I will be in Amsterdam with my son from December 15 to the 25th, 1999. We really want to see an AJAX game. In fact, if we can it would be the highlight of my son's trip. I'm having trouble finding the schedule of games. Is there a game in Asterdam during that time? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
-- Anonymous, November 17, 1999
HI! I am going to be in Amsterdam from Mar 25 to Apr 24 of 2000. The schedule has Ajax hosting NEC, Sparta and AZ during that stretch. According to the ticket info all three matches are "Catagory B" so I have to pick up a club card. My question is which of those games do I have the most realistic chance of getting tickets for?
-- Anonymous, November 12, 1999
A summary of the current situation, as provided by our friend Menno, is available on the Ajax USA website, as well.
-- Anonymous, October 27, 1999
I've contributed some lines on this subject before (which you'll find under 'Game Tickets' on this discussion forum). This Texan guy Kevin was lucky: he was in Amsterdam for Ajax - SC Heerenveen, which is a non-risk game. So, he was able to buy tickets at the stadium, on the day of the match. For Ajax - FC Utrecht, it's gonna be much more difficult. The home game against FC Utrecht is one of the so called 'Risk Category A'-games (games between clubs, that BOTH have a relatively high amount of hooligans amongst their fans). For those games, the Club Card-system of last season remains intact. So you'll need a personal Club Card to buy a ticket in presale.
But anyway, there is a chance, for Ajax-FC Utrecht is on Nov 21st. I don't know on what date you'll arrive here, but if you're gonna be here a couple of days/weeks before the game, you could buy a temporary personal Club Card, which gives you the right to buy tickets. I'm not sure where you can buy them, probably at Post Offices and at the ArenA of course. With your freshly bought Club Card, you can purcahse tickets at cigarette stores with the easily recognizable orange State Lottery-logo on their windows. Presale for Ajax - FC Utrecht starts on Oct 30th.
Don't hesitate to contact me via e-mail. I'll see what I can do for you, bro.
-- Anonymous, September 01, 1999
My family and I are going to Holland in November. If I am reading the schedule correctly, AJAX is at home Nov. 21 versus FC Ultricht. Is that right? What are chances of getting tickets? My son played in the Haarlem Cup this summer and we toured the Ajax Arena. It is a marvelous place and we became Ajax fans. Thanks for all of your help.
-- Anonymous, September 01, 1999
Let me give you some more info on the ticket business. You're right: the ArenA is officially 'sold out' for the upcoming season. But here's the good news: we're only talking about season tickets here. In Holland, clubs have the obligation to keep some space free for away-supporters and free pre-sale. Ajax have sold all 42.500 season tickets. Each game, a couple of thousand tickets are reserved for the away-supporters. Which means that there are about five thousand tickets per game left, for free pre-sale. Last season you needed a Club Card (with a photograph) to purchase any tickets whatsoever. But again, this system wasn't exactly 'waterproof', so they've let it go. There are no photographs on season tickets anymore, and non-season ticket holders don't need to buy a Club Card anymore. The KNVB will only stick to the old system with a handful of 'risk games' from 'Category A'. Which means: games against clubs with large numbers of hooligans amongst their supporters (Feyenoord, PSV, FC Twente, FC Utrecht and maybe one or two more). For the rest of the games, you can try to get one of the spare tickets, without needing a Club Card. For the game against SC Heerenveen on Sunday 1800 PM, for example, there's free pre-sale at the stadium on Sunday afternoon. If you're there early, it should be possible to buy some. Info on whether a game is considered an 'A Category risk game' or not, is usually given in the Ajax Newsletter, on which you can subscribe on http://www.ajax.nl Unfortunately it's in Dutch; I hope you can sort that out, over there.
-- Anonymous, August 16, 1999
Thanks for the great post, Menno! I'm visiting Amsterdam and will seek out the nearest corner store in search of tickets for tomorrow's game. *fingers crossed*
-- Anonymous, August 14, 1999
Hi there. Rob Klooster, whose contribution you can read above, is not right. Because the KNVB (Dutch Soccer Association) were not satisfied about the Club Card system, they're letting most of the system go this season. For the season opening game against SC Heerenveen, for example, everyone can buy tickets. Only if there's a risk of hooligan riots, KNVB will stick to the Club Card system. So: you CAN actually buy tickets for the game against SC Heerenveen (on Sunday, Aug 15, 18.00 PM) at most newspaperstores which sell State Lottery Tickets. And, of course, at the ArenA. The cheapest ones are about 25 guilders (about $12), but mostly the cheaper ones are sold out first. Just find out what's left: the shop holders can easily tell you. Have a good game on Sunday.
-- Anonymous, August 13, 1999
I will be in Amsterdam from 17th of August to the 23th of August are Ajax playing that week, what price are tickets ? Also ticket availibility. I have searched other sites but cant find this information on other sites. Thanks for your help.
-- Anonymous, August 12, 1999
I think that you don't get a ticket because you need a club card to buy one.I have a club card and ofcourse i want too help you but de haag 125 miles from we're i live.
i'm sorry for you
-- Anonymous, August 10, 1999