- 0.1 Can you distribute Liverpool tickets to non members?
- 0.2 Can you buy Premier League tickets without being a member?
- 1 Are Liverpool tickets hard to get?
- 2 Can I give my Liverpool ticket to a friend?
- 3 How do non-transferable tickets work?
- 4 How to buy Premier League tickets as tourist?
- 5 Why are Premier League tickets so hard to get?
- 6 Can I buy 2 Liverpool tickets with one membership?
- 7 How do I get a Liverpool supporter ID?
- 8 How do you get on the Liverpool ballot?
- 9 Where is the best place to sit at Anfield?
- 10 Do they check ID at Anfield?
- 11 How many tickets do Liverpool give to away fans?
- 12 Why can’t I distribute my LFC ticket?
- 13 Can I give my FIFA ticket to someone?
Can you distribute Liverpool tickets to non members?
Ticket Forwarding and Ticket Exchange FAQ’s Is the Ticket Forwarding scheme the same for Premier League and cup competitions? Yes, the ticket forwarding facility is in place for both home Premier League and home Cup competitions. For season 22/23 cup credits will not be transferred or lost for home Cup games, they will stay with the supporter who purchased them.
- for full details on ticket forwarding for Premier League home games for season 22/23.
- What happens to match credits on tickets that are forwarded to other supporters?
- Premier League Home Games
A season ticket holder who forwards their ticket to another supporter will not lose the match credit. The match credit will not be transferred to the supporter the ticket has been forwarded to. A member who forwards their ticket to another supporter will lose the match credit.
- The match credit will be transferred to the supporter it has been forwarded to.
- For full details.
- Home Cup Games A season ticket holder or member who forwards their ticket to another supporter will retain the match credit.
- The match credit will not be transferred to the supporter the ticket has been forwarded to.
Auto Cup Scheme Tickets A season ticket holder or member enrolled into the Auto Cup Scheme who then forwards their ticket to another supporter, will retain the match credit. The match credit will not be transferred to the supporter the ticket has been forwarded to.
- However, if your auto cup scheme payment fails and you do not purchase a ticket against the supporter ID number you enrolled into the scheme with, but are forwarded a ticket by another supporter, you will not receive a match credit for that ticket.
- The match credit will remain with the person who forwarded you the ticket.
You will also be removed from the relevant Auto Cup Scheme.
- If I am purchasing a ticket during a late availability sale for Premier League home games, how will I know if it has been returned by a Season Ticket Holder or Official Member?
- This will be marked on the Ticketing site when making your purchase.
- If using ‘Choose Seats For Me’ please check prior to processing through your transaction that you have selected the correct type of ticket you require.
- Season Ticket seats will be marked with a ‘ST’.
- Season Ticket Wheelchair Bays will be marked with a ‘SWC’.
- Season Ticket Wheelchair PA seats will be marked with a ‘SPA’.
- Any Season Ticket seats you have purchased will also be identified on your confirmation email.
- Does my Friends/Family member need a Membership in order for me to forward my ticket to them?
- Supporters do not require an Official Membership in order for a ticket to be forwarded to them, however they will need to download a General Admission NFC Pass once at the start of the season.
- Please note, if the supporter who has been forwarded the ticket intends on using their ticket credit in future seasons, they will require an Official Membership*.
- *No credit will be applied if the seat forwarded was originally a Season Ticket Holders seat.
- Can I forward an adult ticket to a concession and vice versa?
We are currently not charging the difference in price for tickets that are forwarded to or from a concessionary ticket. During the season, there will be the introduction of a mechanism to facilitate this.
- I have purchased more than one ticket in my transaction, can I forward my Friends/Family members seat to someone else on their behalf?
- No, it will only be possible to forward your own tickets to your Friends/Family.
- I have purchased more than one ticket in my transaction, can I return my Friend/Family members seat via the Ticket Exchange?
- No, it will only be possible to return your own tickets via the Ticket Exchange.
- Can I update my friends & family list during the season?
No, your friends and family list must have been updated by the 5 August 2022. Amendments during the season are not permitted.
- If I have bought a membership after 5 August 2022, can I link friends & family to my account?
- Yes, you will be given a 2 week period from the date of your membership purchase to link Friends and Family to your account, after which no amendments can be made for the remainder of the season.
- What if no one on my friends & family list can attend?
- You can use the Clubs, and we will endeavour to sell the ticket for you.
- What is the cut off point for forwarding my ticket?
- One hour before kick-off.
- Is there a limit to how many home Premier League or Cup match tickets I can forward in a season?
- No, there is no limit however one seat can only be forwarded up to a maximum of 3 times per game.
- Is there a limit on the number of Friend/Family members I can be linked with for season 22/23?
- No, there is no limit however you must ensure that you were linked by 5 August 2022.
- Is there a limit on the number of times I can return my seat via the Ticket Exchange for season 22/23?
- No, there is no limit.
- What if I forward a ticket to someone and then they can’t attend?
The supporter can forward it back to you, or to another member of their Friends and Family. Please note, one seat can only be forwarded up to a maximum of 3 times per game.
- Alternatively, they can return the seat to the Club via the, and we will endeavour to sell for them.
- Does ticket forwarding work the same for iPhone and Android?
- I am ambulant disabled; can I forward my ticket in an accessible area to someone on my friends and family?
Yes, however, you can only forward your ticket to a supporter with the same requirements as yourself i.e. if you are ambulant disabled, you can only forward to another ambulant disabled supporter. I am a wheelchair user; can I forward my ticket to someone on my friends and family? Yes, however, you can only forward your ticket to a supporter with the same requirements as yourself i.e.
- If you are a wheelchair user, you can only forward to another wheelchair user.
- I am a Member with 13+ games recorded, why can I only distribute tickets for 2 games in season 22/23? We recognise the need to help as we bring in this new policy however, we also need to maintain the integrity of the overall ticket forwarding policy.
A game has been rearranged to mid-week at short notice; I can no longer attend the rescheduled game. Will I be penalised?
- Should the situation arise where a game is moved from a weekend to mid-week within 28 days of the game being played, all supporters will be able to use the ticket distribution option for that game.
- What is classed as a mid-week fixture?
- Mid-week fixtures are classed as games played Monday – Friday
- If I forward my ticket, am I then eligible to purchase a ticket in additional sales?
- Yes, if you have forwarded your ticket, you can purchase a new ticket in another sale, subject to eligibility and availability.
- I have tried to forward a ticket to a friend or family member, but the system won’t allow me to, why is this?
- There are 3 reasons:
- If the supporter you are trying to forward your ticket to already has a ticket for the match, they cannot be forwarded another one.
- If the ticket has already been forwarded 3 times, it will not be available to forward on again, and you must use the Ticket Exchange if you are unable to attend the game.
- If the supporter you are trying to forward your ticket to has not downloaded their Members NFC Pass or a General Admission NFC Pass to their smartphone.
: Ticket Forwarding and Ticket Exchange FAQ’s
Can you buy Premier League tickets without being a member?
Can you buy Premier League tickets at the GATE? – It is possible to buy premier league tickets at the gate on match day but only if the game is not sold out. The tickets are sold at the gate on a first-come, first-served basis and this is the cheapest option if you don’t have a club membership.
Do you have to be a member to get LFC tickets?
Official Outlets – The first option we recommend is to try to get officially for the Liverpool FC box Office, however most games are often sold out months in advance. In order to purchase tickets for Liverpool games, you first have to be a member which costs around £35.99 each.
Please note that when a limited number of tickets become available, it is almost impossible to get them due to the extremely high demand on the website.
Liverpool FC operates a loyalty scheme so to games to get tickets, official members have to have attended 12-13 games the season before. As the demand for all Liverpool tickets are high, even with memberships you are still unlikely to get tickets for the major games.
Are Liverpool tickets hard to get?
Tickets for Liverpool matches can be purchased across a number of sales channels, subject to the specific selling details advertised for each individual match. Selling details for all Premier League games and cup competitions will be advertised on our website All sales are subject to availability, with dates and times of kick-off subject to change.
Can I give my Liverpool ticket to a friend?
Season Ticket Holders and Official Members As announced here, Ticket Distribution has been replaced by Ticket Forwarding. This allows season ticket holders and official members * to use official club channels to share their match tickets in a secure way, while also making Anfield more accessible and safer for fans by knowing who is in the stadium.
Is registered on their Family and Friends list; deadline for updating your list has now passed**. Has an active Membership for the season, or who has downloaded a General Admission NFC Pass for the season.
One seat can be forwarded up to a maximum of three times per game before they are locked. Once locked, tickets can then only be returned using the Ticket Exchange, * For Premier League home games, Official Members can only forward tickets purchased during the Bulk Members Sales.
- Click here for full details.
- Any supporters who purchase a membership after the cut-off date for linking friends and family (5 August 2022) will be given a 2 week period to register Family and Friends to their membership, after which no amendments can be made for the remainder of the season.
- How to use the LFC Ticket Forwarding Scheme Watch our handy how to use Ticket Forwarding video for more information.
Your existing NFC pass will remain active and should not be removed from your smartphone if you are:
A Season Ticket Holder. A Member who has renewed the same Membership that you had last season.
Your NFC pass will automatically update with the next match you are due to attend during the 2022/23 season. If your NFC pass is not showing in your wallet, please check expired passes to add back into your wallet. If you are a new Member or an existing Member who has changed Membership type this season, you can download your new Members NFC Pass in the Memberships section of My Account,
for an iPhone 6 or above, click here for an Andriod.Google phone click here
Ticket Forwarding is now live for the following games: Click here for FAQ’s
How do non-transferable tickets work?
By Bob Russo Special to the Times The summer concert season is in full swing. Artists such as Nine Inch Nails at Susquehanna Bank Center and The Black Keys at the Wells Fargo Center will be visiting South Jersey and Philadelphia in the coming weeks and months.
But before fans get ready to enjoy their favorite act, they should be aware of new developments in the ticket industry that are not so fan friendly. One of the biggest trends in the live-event industry is paperless tickets or what the Consumers League of New Jersey asserts should be called “restricted tickets.” This form of ticketing requires the consumer to purchase tickets with a credit card and then use that same credit card and photo identification at a venue as a means of entry.
In other instances, tickets may be deemed “will call only,” where fans are expected to meet that same threshold to gain entrance to an event. It seems simple enough, but the devil is in the details. When a ticket is tied to an individual’s credit card, it becomes non-transferable.
- This is when the trouble for consumers can begin.
- Imagine if you cannot attend an event as originally planned.
- Well, when tickets are non-transferable you can no longer resell them or give them away.
- You are stuck with the cost of the ticket.
- Sports fans with season tickets who sell a few tickets to reduce the cost of a multi-game package are simply out of luck.
Consumers who buy several tickets for family members to sit together may miss the show if they don’t arrive at the same time. No one wants to hear the sounds of their favorite act at the gate while waiting for the uncle who purchased the tickets because he is stuck at work.
- If you cannot sell a ticket, forget about giving it away as a gift.
- Restricted ticketing prevents you from purchasing seats for a birthday gift.
- You can’t even donate tickets for a PTA fundraiser, church raffle or other charitable purpose.
- Despite these problems, Ticketmaster and other ticket issuers are increasing the use of restrictedtickets.
Why, you ask? Restricted ticketing is another way for ticket issuers to make a buck. Now, the ticket issuers can charge fans another “convenience fee” when they want permission to transfer or resell a ticket. Even worse, restricted tickets force buyers into a closed-loop system.
- This shuts down the existing secondary ticket market, allowing the original ticket issuer the ability to dictate a price for all tickets for an event across the board.
- Sure, many tickets on secondary sites are at a price far too high for most consumers to afford, but sometimes they sell at less than face value.
A closed-loop system will only drive prices higher. Eventually consumers can say good-bye to seeing an event at a bargain price. If you are going to a concert this summer, please be sure to read the fine print. No one wants to miss a show due to a ticket issuer’s greed.
- Even better, take the time to call your local lawmaker.
- Last year, restricted tickets were nearly banned in New Jersey when a fan-friendly bill passed the Assembly only to be pushed aside in the Senate.
- The legislation has been reintroduced in the current session as S-676 (sponsored by Sens.
- Ray Lesniak, D-Union, and Robert Singer, R- Ocean) and A1253 (sponsored by Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto).
Ask your lawmakers to look out for fans and support legislation that would put an end to this frustrating practice. Bob Russo is president of Consumers League of New Jersey. Russo has previously served as head of the Lemon Law unit at the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs.
How to buy Premier League tickets as tourist?
How to buy Premier League tickets – The safest and most reliable method of buying tickets for Premier League matches is to go directly through the club you wish to see. So, that means visiting the club’s official website or contacting the club’s ticketing office directly to make enquiries. Getty When planning your vacation, have a look at the Premier League fixtures and see which games happen to coincide with your visit, then you can start the process of getting tickets. It is usually a good idea to seek tickets well in advance of a fixture, because they tend to sell out quickly.
See the Premier League fixture schedule here
Tickets can also sometimes be bought through re-sale sites, but you should note that prices may vary and you could be expected to pay extra, depending on the demand. The Premier League advises fans to be wary of purchasing tickets from ‘touts’ and if you are in doubt about the validity of a ticket to contact the clubs directly.
Why are Premier League tickets so hard to get?
Why are Premier League tickets so hard to get? – The most sought-after Premier League tickets are near-to-impossible to get because club members get first dibs on the stock. For end-of-season matches and intense rivalries, tickets are rarely available to the general public after they have been offered to club members.
Is it safe to buy Premier League tickets on Stubhub?
The critical thing to know is that all of these sites are illegal. It is against the law to resell football tickets in England, at any price.
Can I buy 2 Liverpool tickets with one membership?
- How many tickets can I purchase?
- Supporters can purchase one ticket per qualifying Member’s card and a maximum of FOUR per tickets per transaction, unless otherwise advertised.
- During a general sale, each supporter will be able to purchase up to 4 tickets each (please note this is the total number of tickets you can purchase, including any tickets bought in any earlier sale) unless otherwise advertised.
- During a local general sale, tickets can only be purchased online and supporters can purchase one ticket per person up to a maximum of 4 tickets per transaction, subject to availability, this includes any purchases made during any earlier sales.
- THE CLUB RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE ANY ADVERTISED SALE TO A CONTROLLED SALE IF GIVEN ADVICE FROM THE POLICE OR OTHER RELEVANT AUTHORITIES.
- Adult/junior Tickets
Family sections will be advertised accordingly. Juniors must be accompanied by an adult (minimum of 1 or maximum of 2 adults per junior is required, unless otherwise advertised). for examples of adult/junior ratio’s Young Adult Tickets Supporters aged 17-21 are eligible to purchase young adult tickets for Home Cup games.
- Priority on ticket sales for Cup games
- Any future European Cup, FA Cup, and Carabao Cup games will be sold based on attendance in this season’s competition.
- Refund Policy
- for full terms and conditions of our refund policy.
: Important Information
How do I get a Liverpool supporter ID?
To retrieve your Supporter ID, please enter your details below and click submit. If the details entered match then your Supporter ID will be displayed on screen.
How do you get on the Liverpool ballot?
A ballot will take place for Season Ticket Holders, *Official Members and Fan Card Holders who have recorded six UEFA Champions League Cup fixtures during Season 2018/2019. Supporters will be notified by email and SMS on Thursday 9 May if they are eligible to register for the ballot.
Notification will be sent to the email and mobile telephone number registered on the ticketing system. We urge supporters to register for the ballot ONLY if you are 100% committed to purchasing a ticket. This will help us to ensure we can accommodate as many supporters as possible during the ballot sales.
IT IS POSSIBLE THAT ONLY THE HIGHER PRICED TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE DURING ANY BALLOT SALES. Eligible supporters must register within one of the following categories.
Adult Ballot Adult/Junior combined Ballot Ambulant Disabled Ballot
Please ensure you register within the correct category as ballot registrations cannot be amended once complete. Once the registration period has ended the Electoral Reform Services will undertake the ballot. There are two potential outcomes;
Supporters who are successful in the ballot will be able to purchase tickets from 8.15am Friday 17 May until 8am Saturday 18 May.
Supporters who are not successful in the ballot will be added to the waiting list. Once the sale to supporters successful in the ballot has ended, any remaining tickets will be made available to supporters on the waiting list in numerical order. Supporters on the waiting list can check here to find out if they are eligible to purchase from 9am Saturday 18 May Supporters will be notified if they have been successful or added to the waiting list by email and SMS on the afternoon of Thursday 16 May.
How much does LFC membership cost?
1. Become a Liverpool FC member – Liverpool encourages fans to join its membership scheme to be in with a chance of getting tickets to home matches. The club says a minimum of 10,000 tickets for every home game go to members. Membership costs £35.99 for UK-based fans, £39.99 for those based in Europe and £43.00 for the rest of the world.
What do I need to know before going to Anfield?
Restricted parking at Anfield – Anfield is situated within a residential area of Liverpool with residential parking restrictions in place on matchdays. Liverpool FC strongly advise the use of public transport on a matchday. A limited number of official car parking spaces are available within walking distance of Anfield and all spaces must be pre-booked in advance.
Where is the best place to sit at Anfield?
The Kop – The Kop is the most famous stand at the ground and, arguably, the best-known grandstand in world football. This is where the die-hard Liverpool fans sit and it is also where the atmosphere tends to be generated from. In days of yore it was believed that, if the Reds needed a goal, The Kop could suck the ball into the back of the net.
Opposition players find it an intimidating stand with a life of its own, whilst Liverpool players find strength and that extra ounce of energy from the noise created by it. The Kop stands behind the Southern goal at Anfield. As such whether you like your seats and the view you get from them depends on what you think of viewing football head-on, if you will.
There’s no question that tickets in Blocks 204-206 are probably the best combination of view and atmosphere. You’re far back enough to get a sense of what’s going on there and you’ll be right in amongst the noisiest supporters.304-306 are also good, though if you’re right at the back then you’ll find your view slightly restricted if the ball is up in the air for too long.
At the front of The Kop you’ll still have a reasonably view in Blocks 104-106, but you’ll be much closer to the action and if you’re right at the front then your view may well be impeded by the goal itself, especially in 105. Your view from 102, 108 and 109 will be restricted by the two stand either side of The Kop and you may only be able to see some of the pitch depending on how far over you are.
All in all, though, The Kop is an excellent place to sit and promises the opportunity to spend a game in English football’s most iconic grandstand.
Do they check ID at Anfield?
Leave yourself plenty of time – Preparing for returning to Anfield is essential and please arrive early in plenty of time before the match starts to allow for ID checks and search procedures. Queues may be likely the closer to kick-off you arrive. You are also reminded to plan your journey and view the updated travel map.
Can I have 2 Liverpool tickets on my phone?
3. CAN I HAVE MULTIPLE TICKETS ON 1 PHONE? We recommend all fans download their ticket to their own phone. If one of your F&F members within your booking does not have a smartphone, you can download their ticket from your MyAccount.
How many tickets do Liverpool give to away fans?
There are less than 10 days until Liverpool open their season at Norwich, when fans will be allowed back in their thousands – and the travelling Kop can finally make plans. There is growing anticipation for the season ahead, with fans to return to stadiums in their tens of thousands following the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions in the UK.
It has been 17 months since stadiums across the country were able to freely open their turnstiles, but normality and our much-loved matchday routines are drawing ever closer. Two Anfield friendlies will provide a taster with 75 percent capacity crowds, but Carrow Road is expected to host a full capacity of 27,244 on August 14.
Away supporters are to be welcomed back in 2020/21, expected to be in line with the rules stating that clubs are entitled to 3,000 tickets per game, or 10 percent of stadium capacity if under 30,000 seats. In this case, Reds have access to 2,669 tickets against Norwich, with an update on the sale process finally coming on Tuesday evening, less than 11 days until the fixture. Thankfully, the price of a ticket did not come as a shock with a £30 cap on away tickets still in place for the upcoming season – with sales to start on Thursday. As with home tickets, credits will not be accrued this season for away games but credits from 2018/19 and 2019/20 will be used to determine eligibility for tickets throughout the campaign.
The mooted vaccination evidence will not be required until October, if agreed upon, but fans are being urged not to travel if not in possession of a ticket. The late announcement is far from ideal, more so when you consider the need for fans from Liverpool to travel cross country and book the means to do so for the 5.30pm (BST) kickoff.
It again overlooked the needs of supporters, whose importance to the game was as clear as ever following their total absence from stadiums over the last year and a half and yet the same issues remain. Liverpool fans last attended an away match in the Premier League at Watford on February 29 2020, and we need not remind you of that result.
Can I transfer my ticket to someone?
Does it cost to transfer an airline ticket? – Yes, although every airline’s policy is different, it will almost always cost to transfer an airline ticket to another person. Sometimes, the cost of transferring a flight ticket to someone else can actually be more expensive than purchasing an entirely new ticket. So, it’s worth looking into the price of a new flight and picking the cheaper option.
Can my ticket be transferred to another person?
IRCTC news: A passenger can transfer his confirmed ticket in the name of any other member of his family such as father, mother, brother, sister, son, daughter, husband, and wife. There are a lot of cases where you might have a confirmed train reservation but are unable to travel due to an emergency.
Rather than your ticket going to waste, Indian Railways now gives you the option of transferring your ticket to someone else. Passengers often face this situation where even after having a confirmed train ticket they are unable to travel to their destination. In such a case, Railways has started this facility to transfer the ticket to someone who needs it if you cannot travel.
A passenger can transfer his confirmed ticket in the name of any other member of his family such as father, mother, brother, sister, son, daughter, husband, and wife. READ | From Gare Du Nord in Paris to Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus in Mumbai, a look at world’s most beautiful train stations The only requirement is that the passenger has to put in a request for the same 24 hours before the departure of the train.
- After this, the name of the passenger is cut off on the ticket and the name of the member to whose name the ticket has been transferred is put.
- Indian Railways says that the transfer of tickets can be done only once.
- Here is a step-by-step process to transfer a confirmed train ticket Step 1: Take a printout of the ticket.
Step 2: Visit the reservation counter at the nearest railway station. READ | RRB Recruitment 2023: Additional panel released for paramedical, technician and JE posts, check direct link Step 3: Carry the ID proof of the person to whom you want to transfer the ticket, like an Aadhar or Voter’s ID card.
Can you transfer a ticket to someone else?
What is a Transferable Airline Ticket? – A transferable airline ticket can be transferred from one person to another after a booking has been made. Such transferable air tickets are usually offered by domestic or low-cost airlines with a small fee attached to them.
If you’ve booked a flight and either you or one of your group members is unable to travel, the air ticket can be given to someone else to travel on your or your friend’s behalf. Consecutively, a non-transferable airline ticket cannot be transferred. Most long-haul and outbound airlines are non-transferable; hence, one needs to bear this in mind.
Aer Lingus, Air Arabia, Easy Jet, Ryanair, Vueling, West Jet, Wizz Air, Transavia, Flybe are some of the airlines overseas that offer transferable air tickets.
Why can’t I distribute my LFC ticket?
If you purchased a ticket in either the Additional Members sale, Local Members sale or Local General sale then these tickets are strictly non-transferable and are not available to forward to other supporters. These tickets are also non-refundable.
How do I send LFC tickets to friends and Family?
Friends & Family
Below is a guide on how to update your list of Friends and Family members.To add friends & family members to your supporter ID account, you must have your supporter ID and the supporter ID and postcode for the person you are adding to your friends & family list.If you would like to add someone who doesn’t already have a supporter ID, they will need to,Log into Select Personal Details
Any friends & family already linked to your account will show in the My Friends & Family section To add a new friend & family, click Manage my Friends & Family A pop up will appear, click Add Friends & Family Enter the supporter ID and Postcode of the person you wish to add then click Search Click the drop down arrow and choose the Friend/Family field then click OK Repeat the process for each person you wish to add If you wish to remove someone, click on Delete next to the relevant supporter Click OK to confirm the removal of the person from your friends & family list Once all supporters have been added as friends & family, click Close Any Friends and Family members you have added will now show in the My Friends & Family section of My Account, and anyone you have deleted will be removed. : Friends & Family
Can I give my FIFA ticket to someone?
As the ticket purchaser, you cannot send any tickets allocated to your use to a different person. You are only entitled to send the ticket(s) from your original guest(s) to another guest(s). Suppose you cannot attend a match for which you have purchased tickets.
How do I distribute my LFC season ticket?
Ticket Forwarding and Ticket Exchange As announced, the Club have introduced a new and improved system called Ticket Forwarding. This will allow season ticket holders and official members to use official club channels to share their match tickets in a secure way, while also making Anfield more accessible and safer for fans by knowing who is in the stadium.