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Juve tickets on sale at lunchtime!

juveiRONS BADGETickets for West Ham’s high profile friendly against Juventus on August 7 will go on sale this lunchtime.

The sides will compete for the Betway Cup in what is set to be their only home friendly before the Premier League campaign kicks off and in their official statement the Hammers revealed how fans can get hold of tickets for a friendly labelled by their co-chairman as ‘wonderful.

Tickets go on sale to 2016/17 season ticket holders at noon today (25th April) priced from just £20 for adults and £10 for children.

Fans can purchase them by heading to eticketing.co.uk/whufc or calling 0871 529 1966 and selecting option 4. Tickets will be available to 2015/16 academy members and supporters on the priority list after the 9 am 9 May deadline for season ticket holders to book their seats.

The club added: “Please note any Season Ticket Holder wishing to purchase online must activate their account at eticketing.co.uk/whufc before purchasing their ticket.”


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One comment on “Juve tickets on sale at lunchtime!

  1. I booked my tickets for the Juventus game this morning and learned a few lessons along the way which I will share with the Claret & Hugh mob to save them from the grief that I had.

    Firstly, the last line in the WHUFC.COM article is important – you have to go on to the new Ticketmaster site – eticketing.co.uk/whufc/ and activate your ‘new’ client reference number and create a new password.

    Where do you get this ‘new’ client reference number from I hear you cry! Well West Ham are keeping this a secret. I’m told they sent out an email last week, but I didn’t receive it and I doubt if I’m the only one.

    How I found out my ‘new’ client reference number was to phone the Ticketmaster – West Ham Call Centre (0871 529 1966) and quote my postcode and surname, the operator can then give your new number. I originally tried to log on to the new Ticketmaster site with my current client reference number/password and soon learned the error of my ways – it doesn’t work!

    The new client reference numbers are a little curious, my existing number is six digits, my ‘new’ client reference is eight digits and bears no relation to my old one. My brothers existing client reference number is five digits, his ‘new’ client reference number has a leading zero but then is the same as his old number but now of course six digits – no, I don’t understand it either.

    Armed with your ‘new’ Client Reference number you can now go into the new Ticketmaster site – eticketing.co.uk/whufc/ and activate your new account and create a new password and amend your details.

    I bought my Juve tickets over the phone and then went into the Ticketmaster site and activated our accounts. I also called the West Ham Box Office (0303 131 1966) and sorted out some of my other queries. Firstly, I should have received an email last week explaining this stuff, I told the girl I hadn’t and she told me that quite a lot of people had already been on with the same query. Secondly, any credit I’ve got from my Ticket Trader Account is supposed to be transferred over to the new account at the end of the season – good luck with that! Lastly, the balance of next seasons Season Ticket is supposed to be paid by June 5th.

    I hope this helps – good luck!

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