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First visit San Siro - need info

Buongiorno,

We will go for the first time to San Siro to Inter vs AC milan in februari, but we need some information from you guys.

- What are good neutral seats these days?
- And where can we buy cheap face value seats online? I saw a few websites who charge 200-400 euro per seats on the 2nd tier, but that's too much.

The inter and ac milan websites don't sell their tickets yet, is it safe to wait a few weeks before buying, or do you think the tickets will be sold out very quickly?

Thanks in advance!
VinciPerNoiMagicaBrescia

Re: First visit San Siro - need info

Belgiue wrote:
Buongiorno,

We will go for the first time to San Siro to Inter vs AC milan in februari, but we need some information from you guys.

- What are good neutral seats these days?
- And where can we buy cheap face value seats online? I saw a few websites who charge 200-400 euro per seats on the 2nd tier, but that's too much.

The inter and ac milan websites don't sell their tickets yet, is it safe to wait a few weeks before buying, or do you think the tickets will be sold out very quickly?

Thanks in advance!


Hi.

Inter are the home team for that fixture.

Curva sud the Milan section mainly covers the primo and secondo anello.

Curva nord the Inter section will cover primo, secondo and terzo anello

Any of the middle sections on the sides of the pitch will basically be neutral as this is where families sit and people who basically want to sit down.

I would advice you not to get a terzo anello ticket at it is too high up and you need good eye sight to see well. Also from that height, the nets are a bit annoying.

With regards to buying tickets, the game will definitely be sold out so it is unlikely that the website will have tickets available in the week building up to the game. My advice to you would be to call the AC Milan number on their website in relation to tickets. They will give you the name and number of a website that is affiliated with the club with regards to buying tickets.

Alternatively.....

here in Italy, our local banks also sell tickets. If you are getting to Milano a day before the game, the local bank could have some tickets available to sell. In fact I think you should be ok. You can buy tickets at Intesa San Paolo and also banca populare di milano. Just go inside the bank during normal working hours and ask for tickets. Please make sure you take your passport with you to the stadium at they check you have identification with you. failing this, you can buy tickets outside the stadium from people who sell tickets. Be prepared to haggle with them and I think in this economic climate, you could get a ticket for around 100-120 euro. Like I already said, for viewing pleasure don't go and sit in the terzo / third tier.

I'm based in Brescia but I have family in Milano. If you want, I can ask them in February to buy you the number of tickets you need and they can give it to you. When you buy a ticket from the bank its usually around 35 euro. Maybe you can give my cousin a small box of belgian chocolates in return haha  
VinciPerNoiMagicaBrescia

this is the number you need to call for information and about tickets.
00 39 0262 28 4545

Milan are open Monday to Friday 0900 to 1800 Central European Time
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Super thanks for all the information and we might hold you/your cousin to that deal! ;)

That approx. 35 euro per ticket would be for the neutral sections in the middle, where families etc sit as well? Because that sounds a lot better than the ticketprices like on onlineticketexpress.com for example where they charge up to 800 euros for those seats. (and say there only a few seats left)

It would be for 2 people only, and we will decide what to do following weeks and let you know ok?

Have a nice weekend!
Curva Fiesole

I'd expect the 35 euro tickets to be at either end. tickets in the middle tend to be the expensive ones, but I'm sure VinciPerNoiMagicaBrescia can confirm
VinciPerNoiMagicaBrescia

Belgiue wrote:
Super thanks for all the information and we might hold you/your cousin to that deal! ;)

That approx. 35 euro per ticket would be for the neutral sections in the middle, where families etc sit as well? Because that sounds a lot better than the ticketprices like on onlineticketexpress.com for example where they charge up to 800 euros for those seats. (and say there only a few seats left)

It would be for 2 people only, and we will decide what to do following weeks and let you know ok?

Have a nice weekend!


those online ticket companies obviously have to make profits and maybe they also offer coach transfer and hotel as well? haha 800 euro is ridiculous.

see this is the price list for the different sections.

http://www.acmilan.com/en/tickets/price_lists/fascia_a

apologies as I have only sat in the curva sud with Milan fans and hence quoting the 35 euro. My friend above makes the correct point. the middle sections are more expensive but even the executive boxes are not 800 euro haha

give Milan a call and they will get you in touch with an italian based ticket company. this will be the easiest option for people coming from abroad. whether you are landing in Linate or Orio in Bergamo, transfer to Milan by bus is very cheap. you can just do it once you come out of the airport. Also, just organise your own hotel. book them directly yourself and its much cheaper this way. But yes no problem. I have a lot of family in Milan, and my cousins will be going to the game anyway. it certainly would be no problem for them to pick two extra tickets up for you. My cousin is based 5 minutes from Pagano station on the metro. this is basically not very far from the centre!

ps. you will have a great time. don't worry.
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Hey VinciPerNoiMagicaBrescia,

Can you ask your cousin(s) to get 2 tickets from the bank for Inter vs AC 24th feb? Just two nice tickets between 30-50 euro's like you said (somewhere around the neutral part of the 1st or 2nd Tier right?)

We'll come pick it up most probably on that friday before or that saturday and we will bring some nice belgium chocolate  

Ciao

p.s. can you sent me private messages? I can't towards you because your guest I think
Curva Fiesole

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You should be able to get tickets through www.listicket.it. That is where I purchased my Roma vs Inter ticket. Pretty easy website to navigate and you won't get scammed by any of those other ticket websites. Listicket is the official ticket provider for Serie A I believe
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Re: First visit San Siro - need info

Belgiue wrote:
Buongiorno,

We will go for the first time to San Siro to Inter vs AC milan in februari, but we need some information from you guys.

- What are good neutral seats these days?
- And where can we buy cheap face value seats online? I saw a few websites who charge 200-400 euro per seats on the 2nd tier, but that's too much.

The inter and ac milan websites don't sell their tickets yet, is it safe to wait a few weeks before buying, or do you think the tickets will be sold out very quickly?

Thanks in advance!


What is left of the tickets will go on general sale on the 18th feb here:

http://81.21.130.150/InterPub/ManifestazioniInter.jsp?AbbBigl=B[url]

If you don't want to wait or if they're all sold out, try viagogo or seatwave. You'll pick up a 3rd tier rosso ticket (e25) for 60ish. 2nd and 3rd tier red & orange are long sides and offer the best view for the money. I wouldn't recommend 3rd tier blue or green as the view is poor. I wouldn't advise getting tickets off touts outside the ground, as you'll pay e120 for a blue/green 3rd tier, plus it will have someone else's name on it. However, last time i went, i bought one and accompanied him to an internet cafe, where he changed the name online.[/url]
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Ok thanks for all the info. I checked the sites though but so far no luck yet:

- offical AC milan website: I think their prices are now only for Milan - Juventus, so maybe Inter vs AC will come soon.  
- listicket.it: only has two games on the 24th displayed, but not the right one
- InterPub website: is in italian unfortunatelly
- Viagogo.com: nice website but for the Red Ring Middle Tier (secondo anello) and/or Yellow Middle Tier the prices start at 200 dollars per seat! Instead of the 35-60 euro's per seat like said before here.  
Third tier was not recommended right?
- seatwave: A bit the same like viagogo, prices start at 100 pounds per seat.

By the way: are Blue and Green anello (top) for the Inter & Ac hardcore fans?

So what can I better do, wait till the websites like ACmilan.com or listicket.it put's the right tickets online or just buy via local bank the friday before the game?
Guest

There are currently 3rd tier red tickets available on seatwave.co.uk for 183.99 per pair, delivered to your home.

Tickets will not be sold on the AC Milan site, as they are the away side, numbers are limited & no paper tickets are available. Tickets will be uploaded onto their fan cards.

The inter link may be in italian, but it is very easy to use. Open link, click on 'SERIE A CAMPIONATO ITALIANO', then on 'INTER - MILAN' and then 'Conferma'. The next page asks you whether or not you have a 'Tessera del tifoso', this is a 'fan card'. I assume you don't have one. At the moment tickets are only being sold to these people. From the 18th Feb, if they have not sold out, they put what remains up for general sale. If you press 'Conferma' you will see how to order tickets. Give it a trial go. Roll the cursor over the map of the ground until it changes from an arrow to a hand. That means that there are available seats there. 'Settore' means block/sector and ' DISPONIBILI' means available. The number represents the number of seats available. Using previous years as examples, there will be some tickets sold via that link on the 18th Feb from 09:00 in the morning.

The 2nd tiers of blue and green are where the 'ultras' stand.
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Tickets go on general sale tomorrow. Use the inter pub link.
Guest

I've bought tickets for the San Siro a few times now, its pretty handy being able to do it at the banks (Intesa San Paolo and also banca populare di milano as mentioned).

Also you can buy tickets at the club shops, there's an Inter store near the Duomo I used a few months ago to get tickets to the Milan derby. This is probably the easier option for non-italian speakers as the bank employees obviously don't all speak english.

And don't go all the way to the San Siro to buy a ticket on match day without your passport, otherwise you'll be getting the next metro back into town to watch the game in a bar, like I did once. :s
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Belgiue wrote:
Ok thanks for all the info. I checked the sites though but so far no luck yet:

- offical AC milan website: I think their prices are now only for Milan - Juventus, so maybe Inter vs AC will come soon.
- listicket.it: only has two games on the 24th displayed, but not the right one
- InterPub website: is in italian unfortunatelly
- Viagogo.com: nice website but for the Red Ring Middle Tier (secondo anello) and/or Yellow Middle Tier the prices start at 200 dollars per seat! Instead of the 35-60 euro's per seat like said before here.
Third tier was not recommended right?
- seatwave: A bit the same like viagogo, prices start at 100 pounds per seat.

By the way: are Blue and Green anello (top) for the Inter & Ac hardcore fans?

So what can I better do, wait till the websites like ACmilan.com or listicket.it put's the right tickets online or just buy via local bank the friday before the game?


Hi Belgiue,

Have you finally purchased the tickets? My friend and I are going to Milano this coming December and would like to watch the derby too! Please kindly share your experience with me!!! Thanks a lot.

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