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3500 Free SFC (Soccer) tickets to this fridays game for QFF

Discussion in 'Qantas Frequent Flyer Program' started by danielh, Jan 27, 2006.

  1. danielh

    danielh Member

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    If you are a Qantas Frequent Flyer, they are giving away 3500 free tickets to Next Friday Nights (3rd Feb) game against Adelaide (League Leaders). It is also the final game of the season!

    http://fans.sydneyfc.com/qantasff/

    Regards
    Daniel
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  2. Yada Yada

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    Re: 3500 Free SFC (Soccer) tickets to this fridays game for

    I registered for this and received the auto-response email with the link to the voucher. Have never been to the soccer, so looking forward to it. :D
     


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    good find mate!
     
  4. kpc

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    Opportunity for an AFF meet?

    I registered and got 2 tickets as well :D maybe an opportunity for an AFF meet :?:
     
  5. QF WP

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    Definitely an AFF meet opportunity, kpc.

    Pity I'm going to miss it. Was hoping to go to the Roar v Mariners game next weekend (depending on results, may be a decider for who makes the semi-finals), then found that my Social Director had boked us in to getting together with friends down the Gold Coast.

    Oh well, will be on the turps that night with this couple, so that'll have to do 8)
     


  6. Mal

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    Pity it's in Syd, otherwise I would have liked to attend.

    Oh well. Maybe they'll offer a similar promo one day in my home town!
     
  7. BlacKnox

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    Re: 3500 Free SFC (Soccer) tickets to this fridays game for

    Solid find danielh. Can't use it this time but hopefully others can enjoy :idea: . Cheers
     
  8. JohnK

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    Tickets didn't last long. Tried to get 2 tickets for a friend and... :(

     
  9. Yada Yada

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    I picked up my football tickets yesterday afternoon from the local Ticketek outlet. All I had to do was hand over the web page voucher and show my QFF card. The tickets were for general admission to bays 39-41 at Aussie Stadium.

    Mrs YY was not interested in going so I took a friend. My friend's wife and kids came over and the Mrs drank margheritas while the combined group of kids amused themsleves with the playstation, scooters and various toys. :shock:

    We drove into Moore Park, arriving approx 6:45pm and went across the road to the Olympic Hotel to have a few beers and something to eat. After a pizza each ($10.00) and two Stella Artois (my friend payed), we went back across to the stadium, entered via Gate H, and found two seats in bay 39 - under cover, which was good because it had begun to drizzle. Our seats were on the western side of the stadium, about 3 metres north of the southern goal line.

    It was a big crowd - 25,557 - bigger than I expected. Before the kickoff, the Minor Premiership trophy was presented to the Adelaide United captain by Frank Lowey.

    What a great match! It was 0-0 in the first half but Sydney FC really put the pressure on with a number of shots at goal, all of which happened at our end of the ground, so we had a great view.

    After the usual half-time activities (including another beer for my mate, and water for me as I was driving), the second half began. It was drizzling quite steadily at this point so we were appreciative of our under-cover seats. Sydney FC was awarded a penalty early in the second half and scored. The sound from the crowd was deafening. Not long after Adelaide United equalised with a brilliant goal.

    After a long period where both sides had some exciting chances, Sydney FC were awarded a free kick quite deep in the Adelaide United half. Adelaide put up a wall but Sydney played an exciting set move, resulting in a scorching shot that went into the top corner of the net. The crowd went nuts.

    There was 5 mins of injury time, but Sydney FC managed to hold out the minor premiers until full time, winning 2-1.

    Thanks to QFF for the tickets. I had a great time. The crowd atmosphere seemed a lot like the UK Premier League matches, with constant chanting, singing and a steady flow of beer! :D
     
  10. Yada Yada

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    Oops.. double post. :oops:
     
  11. JohnK

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    Great report Peter. :lol:

    Although it feels like I read it twice. :?
     
  12. QF WP

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    Agree that's a great football report Yada Yada, but like JohnK, I was hearing an echo...
     
  13. serfty

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    Reminded me of TV new's item I was watching on 10 last night about the actual annual event the movie "Groundhog Day" is based on.

    Sort of an interesting item; then what do you know... it was being played again :shock: .

    Maybe a stuff up in the TV Studio? No, the TV news presenter smiled. Then she calmly said something like: "No you were not seiing things ... Goodnight."

    Is than an Echo?
     
  14. Yada Yada

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    Thanks guys - bad connection this morning. I've fixed it now. :wink:
     
  15. serfty

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    BTW, Nice report 8)
     
  16. sydney_kings

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    I've always wanted to watch an A-league match, especially between the top two teams. The free QFF tickets were a huge bonus! It was a great game, fantastic crowd atmosphere.

    I've been too many AFL, NRL and Rugby Union matches and I must admit the 25000 fans equalled many larger crowds in the other codes. The Paddington end (where the Sydney FC cheer squad were) were absolutely fabulous!

    Great night out enjoyed by all :D
     
  17. Yada Yada

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    Thanks serfty. :D
     
  18. thadocta

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    I hope you aren't including AFL in that, where 25,000 would be considered a fairly small crowd (last match I went to was SYD-BNE at Homebush, and had 43,000 in attendance).

    All, apart from the Adelaide supporters. :p

    Dave
     
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