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taf3991

be worth entering the ballot for them next month although it'll be unlikely. they also do an additional members sale 2 weeks before the game which again will be hard/impossible to get but defo worth trying. Also just try find some LFC spares accounts on twitter. There's a lot of decent lads on there that'll help people out at Face Value. But unfortunately the supply is no where near the demand haha. tickets are like gold dust compared to any other club in england really. Last resort would be hospitality I'd say you'd defo be able to get 2 hospitality tickets for that game nearer the time. Haven't got a clue on prices tho as never done it myself.


Beneficial_Warthog71

It’s far from guaranteed, if you’re going for a one off game and can afford too I would get hospitality tickets to be sure.


fulltimegolfdad

All hospitality packages sold out but 1. Do they ever add more? (I understand they probably do not, but worth asking…)


stem_cell_dude

I got both ManU and Tottenham hospitality the week before the game. Granted, I’m in the NL so relatively easy to hop over, but my point is people cancel their packages closer to the date of the game


Raigoku

> I got both ManU and Tottenham hospitality the week before the game. Out of sheer curiosity, does it cost more or less than purchasing it months in advance?


stem_cell_dude

I didn’t notice a significant price difference compared to earlier (or other games against top 5) and I’d been keeping an eye out for it for a while before pulling the trigger on the purchase.


themanebeat

You should be able to get hospitality tickets for Brighton relatively easily closer to the time Pricey, but you'll get them


RedScouse

They add more as it gets closer to the date. Keep on checking back all the time. Hospitality tickets are the most reliable way to get a ticket as a one-off.


thathock

Brighton Tickets are live on the hospitality site, only ones left are £330 per ticket. https://ticketing.liverpoolfc.com/en-GB/hospitality/liverpool%20v%20brighton%20-%20hove%20albion%20-%20matchday%20hospitality/2022-10-1_15.00/anfield/the%20isla%20gladstone%20-%20matchday%20hospitality?hallmap Heaps of cash that but it’s your only guarantee


fancysauce_boss

😂😂😂 laughs in American. I kept reading that the tickets were extremely expensive so I had it in my mind that they were 1.5-2K a ticket 330 is nothing. That’s average for an NFL game.


thathock

Yeah but that shite game goes on for 4 days


fancysauce_boss

Straight facts. I don’t know how we sit through them. Start stop start stop start stop.


Raigoku

Extremely weird pricing tbh, City/Chelsea/United hospitality costing as much as Brighton. I can understand it, but still feels weird


Flashdash92

How long are you in Liverpool for? We won’t know the confirmed date and time of the Brighton match until mid-late August when the TV picks come out. The match could be moved to Friday night, Monday night, or anywhere in between - don’t go planning anything thinking it will defo be on the Saturday.


fulltimegolfdad

In london from Sep 27-Oct 2. I can go to Liverpool any 1 day in that week. When can I see the exact day posted?


Flashdash92

For what it’s worth (very very very little), last year the same fixture was kept at Saturday 3pm; the match at Brighton was moved to Saturday 12:30. CL group stages are playing in the midweek after the Brighton match this season, so it won’t be moved to Monday. Everything else is pretty much fair game though.


Flashdash92

It’s not as late as I expected actually, [Premier League website](https://www.premierleague.com/news/2647056) says 29th July.


fulltimegolfdad

Appreciate the research. Thanks a ton!!


coronacatharsis

It’s a complete lottery mate, best to go for hospitality if you want a guarantee. That said, you should both be able to get a normal ticket for a league cup game fairly easily


fulltimegolfdad

Thanks for that info. I feel bad posting when there’s an FAQ but wanted to get insight from some real people


procedural_goat

I've never done this but I've heard about it. Our former OLSC in Minneapolis gets allocated tickets that you can "claim" I believe. Not sure if it still works this way but it's worth checking out if your paying dues.


fulltimegolfdad

Any idea how to get ahold of them?


procedural_goat

Which city are you in? Typically Twitter is good if you just search for OLSC _____ (insert city)


fulltimegolfdad

Thank you!


procedural_goat

Of course! Hope it works out 🔴🔴🔴


Temporary_Simple8259

Livefootballtickets.com do the trick but it’s expensive


serial_cringer

No


AllStarz91

Don’t do this


Temporary_Simple8259

Why not? If he really wants a ticket ..he’s not going to get one from the club unless he goes for hospitality. You can get a ticket for less then 200 quid which isn’t the worst if you’re over from USA


opdelivars

You overpay, risk getting scammed, risk getting refused entry, and contribute to scalping which makes it harder to get tickets for actual fans. Pick any or all of the above, it's a terrible idea.


AllStarz91

This. And Try joining your local (official) supporters club, they will probably have some tickets for games as well…


Temporary_Simple8259

Sure you over pay, you won’t get scammed (I’ve used twice and haven’t) , and scalping will happen whether you like it or not. Denying a supporter from usa his first time going to anfield isn’t worth it IMO.