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Buying tickets for matches in San Siro

by Kinidima

Dear all,

My husband is a huge AC Milan fan and his dream is to see a match in San Siro. I would like to buy tickets online for a match in November or December. I have found some websites, e.g. http://www.seatwave.com/stadio-san-siro-tickets/venue I would like to know if anyone has any experience of buying through this site? Or, if there are better alternatives? Any help or advice would be really appreciated
Thank you!

Re: Buying tickets for matches in San Siro

by craighailstones

hi. as long as the game is not against inter, roma or juve you can buy tickets easily either at the stadium or from ticket outlets in the city in the few days before the day of the game. I used to have a season ticket although i only went to about 5/6 games a season. i live in glasgow and used to fly over for the games mentioed above. great team, especially Kaka and greta city. good luck and enjoy

Re: Buying tickets for matches in San Siro

by FDA

more info here
http://www.acmilan.com/InfoPage.aspx?id=41935

Milan tickets are sold also though Banca Intesa (an Italian Bank)

Re: Buying tickets for matches in San Siro

by azz8206

I bought my tickets through www.acmilan.com. I found them cheaper on this site than on any other site I visited.

Re: Buying tickets for matches in San Siro

by Kinidima

Hi!

thank you very much for your answer. Actually my first option was to buy the tickets in acmilan.com. I´ve found some information about the tickets in this site:
http://www.acmilan.com/InfoPage.aspx?id=35844
I can see the prices there but I cannot find the link that leads to buy the tickets...I also see the information for 4 matches and not for the macth againts Napoli for the 2nd of November...Where do I exactly buy them? Do you know that?

Thanks

Re: Buying tickets for matches in San Siro

by azz8206

Wait until mid October. They should start selling them about that time.

Re: Buying tickets for matches in San Siro

by doodybee

we went to a game over easter two years ago and there were plenty of people buying from the ticket office

Re: Buying tickets for matches in San Siro

by Kinidima

Ok...thanks! I will then try in October or buy them there! Now, I wiil book the hotel and flights...
Your answers have been very helpful

;-)

Travel Tips for Milan

Michaelangelo’s third essay of...

by MVMT

Michaelangelo’s third essay of the Christian emblem of pity and mourning, the Rondanini Pietà in Milan, was his last sculpture; he was at work on it only a few days before his death.
The opportunity of being able to see Michaelangelo’s trinity of Pietàs confronted me with an astonishing concentration of the essence of faith, hope and suffering. Indeed, as the perfection of the first Pietà falls to the careworn communion of the second, and then to the rough-hewn yearning of the final sculpture, one recognises the dizzying spectrum of our experience in all its contradictions, the miraculous sublimity of divinity giving way to the labours of the beings who must struggle to find their human features through the obdurate stone of mortality and grief.

Museo del martirio e della Tortura

by hojasdehierba

Well, we were told that the museum doesn't exist now... but even a look at the name of the museum made us shudder. Well, I know there are other similar museums (for instance, one in Santillana del Mar, Spain), but the words "martyrdom" and "torture" together caused us a great impression...

Bueno, nos dijeron que el museo no existe ahora mismo... pero con sólo echarle una ojeada al nombre del museo, nos estremecimos. Vale, sé que hay otros museos similares (por ejemplo, en Santillana del Mar), pero las palabras "martirio" y "tortura" juntas nos causaron impresión: nos dieron ganas de salir corriendo

Top design

by Stylist about Versace, Roberto Cavalli, Prada, Armani, Gucci

The top designers of Italy has their head quarter here in Milan. It is obligatoric to take a visit to their mainstore. if you dont buy anything at least its worth looking.

Walking the streets of Via Spiga and Montenapoleone you probably will rub shoulder to artist. footballers, actors and supermodels. Pay attention:) everything you can affore. the dresses from Versace are wonderful. or what about a lepard-printed coat from Cavalli? a lot

Metro in Milan, fast and easy!

by fonden

Getting around in Milan with the metro is both easy and affordable. One ticket cost 1€ and works for an hour. A one-day ticket cost 3€. (I think you can use the same tickets at the buses too.) The trains are really clean and feels safe. The metro is opened from 6:15 to 00:14. You can get tickets at bars, tobacconists, stationery shops, newsstands, station agents and automatic multi-tariff dispensers. No problems at all!

More flying tips. If you can,...

by Ruthy2001

More flying tips. If you can, try to fly into Linate as it is closest to the city centre. On arrival there are two buses you can take. As you walk out of the airport almost straight in front of you there should be an orange bus which costs 1€ and takes you into San Babila which is about 2 minutes from the Duomo. Alternatively get the blue STAM bus which costs 2€ and takes you to the central station. Easy Peasy! Alternatively you cold queue for hours for a taxi which would cost about 20€ Personally if you are visiting places or going to hotels I would get the bus into town and then get a taxi as the queues outside Linate for taxis are always horrendous...

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