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Legend83

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7,386 posts

108 months

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I am best man for a mate next year and Barcelona is top of the list of destinations at the moment.

One thought was trying to get tickets to see a Barca game at the Nou Camp but I have no idea how much the cheapest(ish) seats might be and whether there would be any available at all.

Anyone been and able to shed some light?

extraT

884 posts

36 months

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Braca (and Real) always keep tickets for tourists to buy. I believe they are aound 100 euros. I have just tried to check the official Barca site, but the prices and fixtures havent bene published yet. keep checking: http://www.fcbarcelona.com/info-tickets

Runnyg

35 posts

33 months

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Went to Nou Camp on a stag trip two months ago paying around 50 Euros each.

Tickets were bought in advance via an agent but not received until match day.

Couple of things to be aware of - ticket numbering is random so ensure you get adjacent seats, and time (and in our case day) of the matches can change at short notice.

Brilliant event for any football fan in a great relaxed and civilised environment, unlike in UK.

Legend83

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Runnyg said:
Went to Nou Camp on a stag trip two months ago paying around 50 Euros each.

Tickets were bought in advance via an agent but not received until match day.

Couple of things to be aware of - ticket numbering is random so ensure you get adjacent seats, and time (and in our case day) of the matches can change at short notice.

Brilliant event for any football fan in a great relaxed and civilised environment, unlike in UK.
What agent did you get them from for 50 euros?

The jiffle king

3,572 posts

144 months

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Look on the BCN football club website.

If you arrive in BCN, then youcan buy from Las Ramblas (near the top) as there is a stall. You can also buy from the ground, but I buy from the web usually and collect at the ground or from La Caxia bank

Depending upon the game and where you want to sit, tickets range from €20 for a cat D game in the cheapseats to €400+. Ok games are from €45 ish.

Don´t buy from another website as you will pay a large premium. (If you want any more details, PM me as I live in BCN at the minute)
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Legend83

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Thanks TJK - will be in touch if we decide it is a possibility (plus once the new fixtures are out).

The jiffle king

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Oh... and if you take the metro after the game, keep your hands inyour pockets and watch out for women with coats over their arms with a bag in between. (It´s the worst place and they target everyone, not just tourists)
BCN is only bad on busy metro´s and Las Ramblas for pickpockets, take normal precautions and you´ll be fine
Oh... it´s a great place smile

v15ben

11,860 posts

127 months

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I went to a game a couple of years back. Just went to the stadium the day before and got decent seats (high up in the Gods) for a league game against Valencia. Paid about 35-40 Euros I think. The metro after the game was absolutely crazy though. I walked a good distance away from the ground to one of the other stations in the end!

CraigMST

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v15ben said:
I went to a game a couple of years back. Just went to the stadium the day before and got decent seats (high up in the Gods) for a league game against Valencia. Paid about 35-40 Euros I think. The metro after the game was absolutely crazy though. I walked a good distance away from the ground to one of the other stations in the end!
We got a taxi to Las Ramblas instead of waiting. <10euros so worked out 3euro a person. Much better.

gmk666

1,663 posts

111 months

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I went on my stag do five years ago to see them play Levante. Amazing stadium and an experience not to be missed. I wasn't aware of any 'banter' between the fans, though with just a thousand or so away supporters shoved up in a corner, they probably didn't have much of a chance. We bought the tickets through an official agency (sorry, I can't remember the name) and the eight tickets were all in a line. Oddly though, that line was vertical. Friendly locals and the fact that the game wasn't a sell-out meant we could move around though. Lasting memory is the sound of tens of thousands of fans chanting 'Mes-si, Mes-si.' I'd never even heard of him back then...

(Sorry, forgot to add - tickets were about £60 each IIRC)

Edited by gmk666 on Wednesday 4th July 22:27

davepoth

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Legend83 said:
What agent did you get them from for 50 euros?
The price does depend on the game; games against people who are low in the league are cheap. I got mine from

http://www.sportsemotions.com/

And they were pretty good, delivered the tickets to the hotel.
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