Tickets at the black market
For the big games, Milan-Inter, Milan/Inter-Juventus or any really big European game, it will be really hard to find tickets on the matchday. They are always sold out weeks in advance.
Despite this, it’s always possible to buy tickets outside San Siro. The black market is “open” on all matchdays, but extremely expensive when it’s a big match. For a Milan-Juventus or a derbygame you will have to pay around 80-120 euro for the cheapest ticket. On the other side, if you’re lucky, on days for smaller games, you could get a really good price for a ticket, if you wait for some minutes after the game has started.
But make attention, because you also risk to buy a fake-ticket, which means you have thrown away all your money on nothing. When you enter the stadium there are big security-controlls, so there is no way you’ll enter with a false ticket. It’s always hard to say if a ticket is real or not, also for people who goes to the stadium every week. So you’ll have to chance a bit.
It’s not that common with fake-tickets, I’ve bough black market-tickets around 15-20 times, and only once I’ve got a false ticket.
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Any mean of transport will get...
Any mean of transport will get you to and fro Milan (except for ship, of course: Milan isn't a seaport!).
There are two airports, three important rail station and many coach lines. The latter are useful if you plan to go to the mountains.
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