Fan frustration as Northern Ireland v Germany tickets sell out in two minutes on general sale
As predicted by one accurate tweeter, today is the day that frustration reigns after tickets for Northern Ireland v Germany sell-out mega-quickly.
Demand for tickets to a Northern Ireland home game are possibly at an all-time high and so it's not any surprise that plenty have been left disappointed.
After all, @ChrisHamilton80 warned us this would happen:
The Irish FA confirmed to the Belfast Telegraph that tickets to see NI host the world champions sold out in just two minutes after they went on general sale at 2pm on Wednesday afternoon.
And fans who missed out have taken to twitter to voice their disappointment:
That left people to ask the obvious question:
Well the answer, Aaron, is that there is the odd success story poking through:
Tickets were priced between £45 and £85 and first went on members' pre-sale at 10am this morning. Tickets were limited to two per person, per transaction, per household, per credit card.
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