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1 hour ago, Chucklez said:

Glad you guys got your tickets :) 

Seriously though we should organise a few Colts Forum members drinks or something before the game. We can do all that a bit closer to the date but it would be cool to all meet up, especially with anyone making the trip across the pond too.

 

Certainly, though pub wise near the ground can be fun trying to get in, the beer stand is always rammed as well. I've normally walked up the road to this tiny corner shop and bought drinks there, but then I wasn't socialising. 

 

I'll def get a topic started nearer the time and get an idea of who's going and would like to join in with a forum meet up.

 

Maybe Colts.com would be interested in a write up if we can get something arranged. 

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30 minutes ago, SteelCityColt said:

 

Certainly, though pub wise near the ground can be fun trying to get in, the beer stand is always rammed as well. I've normally walked up the road to this tiny corner shop and bought drinks there, but then I wasn't socialising. 

 

I'll def get a topic started nearer the time and get an idea of who's going and would like to join in with a forum meet up.

 

Maybe Colts.com would be interested in a write up if we can get something arranged. 

Pretty sure they'll all be there

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I thought, and everyone said, that these nfl wembley games get soldout in a matter of minutes, so i was waiting at my comp half an hour before indivodual tickets went on sale today, just to be sure..

 

I was curious and went to check now (3 hours later) and it's stil not sold out.. Curious..

 

Was the "saleout in minutes" a hyperbole or is this year just diferent (less atracrive games or something)?

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5 minutes ago, CroatianColtsFan21 said:

I thought, and everyone said, that these nfl wembley games get soldout in a matter of minutes, so i was waiting at my comp half an hour before indivodual tickets went on sale today, just to be sure..

 

I was curious and went to check now (3 hours later) and it's stil not sold out.. Curious..

 

Was the "saleout in minutes" a hyperbole or is this year just diferent (less atracrive games or something)?

 

In my experience they don't ten to sell out very quickly. You just have to be quick if your picky where you want to sit.

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6 minutes ago, CroatianColtsFan21 said:

I thought, and everyone said, that these nfl wembley games get soldout in a matter of minutes, so i was waiting at my comp half an hour before indivodual tickets went on sale today, just to be sure..

 

I was curious and went to check now (3 hours later) and it's stil not sold out.. Curious..

 

Was the "saleout in minutes" a hyperbole or is this year just diferent (less atracrive games or something)?

 

I don't know about selling out in minutes, but obviously the more tickets you need the harder it gets to get consecutive seats so if you're buying for a group I'd jump on early just to be sure. 


Besides I wanted to make sure I got good seats!

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4 minutes ago, BrentMc11 said:

I went to the Dollar Tree, and they said they were not selling tickets this year!  OK...just kidding...:)  I am glad so many people can go.  Have fun everyone!!!

With ya on dollar tree lol. I don't have one.

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I picked up the three game season pass at Wembley this past season and there was no way I wasn't renewing with the Colts coming to town, I'm at the club level behind one of the end zones.

 

I'd definitely be up for a forum meet up although it might be better to either meet in a bar a little way away from the stadium before the game or make it a post game meetup.

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6 minutes ago, IkeAramba said:

I picked up the three game season pass at Wembley this past season and there was no way I wasn't renewing with the Colts coming to town, I'm at the club level behind one of the end zones.

 

I'd definitely be up for a forum meet up although it might be better to either meet in a bar a little way away from the stadium before the game or make it a post game meetup.

 

Post game might not be a bad idea as getting back to the tube is an exercise in standing in line all the way back to the stadium. 

 

There's something very intimidating about a police horse eyeballing you....

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22 minutes ago, SteelCityColt said:

 

I'll give you a wave from the other side, I'll be the guy looking mildly frustrated at trying to explain the rules.. again... in between "he's a big boy isn't he" comments. 

Hahaha! lmao

 

I know this feeling all too bloody well. I have to explain it to the same people during the superbowl, every, damned, year....

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1 minute ago, Narcosys said:

If I get lucky, Ill be over there by next July. Job opportunity.:goodluck:

 

Good luck with the job.  If you do get over here too late to get tickets keep an eye out for a couple of further sales after any spare tickets initially reserved for Jax season ticket holders and players families are returned to the pool of available tickets.

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Not a huge fan of London NFL games but I am very happy for the Colts fans over there who will get to go watch them play for maybe their only time in their lives. I know it must be thrilling for you guys. Make noise on defense and let us from the states hear y'all screaming on our TVs! 

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