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Plymouth advance train tickets

The cheapest advance singles are £20.50 [£13.50 railcard]
There are still some tickets on the 07.06 from Paddington arrives Plymouth 10.27 or 09.06 arrives Plymouth 12.25.
Return trains depart 17.54 arrive Paddington 21.29 or 19.18 arrive Paddington 22.32
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  • Cheers Clive on the 9.06 out and 19.18 back.
  • Thanks, definitely won't do that game as a day trip though! Plenty of space it seems

    http://www.footballgroundguide.com/leagues/england/league-one/home-park-plymouth-argyle.html#awhat-is-it-like-for-away-supporters
    The normal allocation for visiting supporters in this area is 1,300 seats, although this can be increased to 2,022, if demand requires it.
  • Thanks, definitely won't do that game as a day trip though! Plenty of space it seems

    http://www.footballgroundguide.com/leagues/england/league-one/home-park-plymouth-argyle.html#awhat-is-it-like-for-away-supporters

    The normal allocation for visiting supporters in this area is 1,300 seats, although this can be increased to 2,022, if demand requires it.
    see edit above mate - Im a twat it would seem.
  • Tickets look like they have gone up loads within day, i paid 41 return now looking at over 150 from what i can see.

    Ignore me, my search had still had the via Donny I had in searching for Rotherham.

    Are you Elfsborg in disguise
  • clb74 said:

    Tickets look like they have gone up loads within day, i paid 41 return now looking at over 150 from what i can see.

    Ignore me, my search had still had the via Donny I had in searching for Rotherham.

    Are you Elfsborg in disguise
    I was tempted to flag that.
  • clb74 said:

    Tickets look like they have gone up loads within day, i paid 41 return now looking at over 150 from what i can see.

    Ignore me, my search had still had the via Donny I had in searching for Rotherham.

    Are you Elfsborg in disguise
    I was tempted to flag that.
    Just don t recommend any pubs rose
  • Thanks, definitely won't do that game as a day trip though! Plenty of space it seems

    http://www.footballgroundguide.com/leagues/england/league-one/home-park-plymouth-argyle.html#awhat-is-it-like-for-away-supporters

    The normal allocation for visiting supporters in this area is 1,300 seats, although this can be increased to 2,022, if demand requires it.
    see edit above mate - Im a twat it would seem.

    Goes without saying.
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  • Tickets look like they have gone up loads within day, i paid 41 return now looking at over 150 from what i can see.

    Ignore me, my search had still had the via Donny I had in searching for Rotherham.

    I followed your 'help', I'm setting off now hoping to make it for 1/2 time.
  • Tickets look like they have gone up loads within day, i paid 41 return now looking at over 150 from what i can see.

    Ignore me, my search had still had the via Donny I had in searching for Rotherham.

    I followed your 'help', I'm setting off now hoping to make it for 1/2 time.
    That's wise with your little legs taking them pigeon steps
  • It may help but when i go to Plymouth i get a ticket from Waterloo to Exeter then one to Plymouth. Usually works out a lot cheaper.
  • It may help but when i go to Plymouth i get a ticket from Waterloo to Exeter then one to Plymouth. Usually works out a lot cheaper.

    NSE Card return to Exeter.

    Would make for a good weekend staying in Exeter, then going to the game from there. I think Plymouth is a toilet in all honesty.
  • It may help but when i go to Plymouth i get a ticket from Waterloo to Exeter then one to Plymouth. Usually works out a lot cheaper.

    NSE Card return to Exeter.

    Would make for a good weekend staying in Exeter, then going to the game from there. I think Plymouth is a toilet in all honesty.
    probably what we'll do.
  • edited June 21

    It may help but when i go to Plymouth i get a ticket from Waterloo to Exeter then one to Plymouth. Usually works out a lot cheaper.

    NSE Card return to Exeter.

    Would make for a good weekend staying in Exeter, then going to the game from there. I think Plymouth is a toilet in all honesty.
    Never works the nse to Exeter
  • finally booked the trains, 9.06 down from paddington on the 17.54 back, means a 7am departure from greenhithe, things you do for football ey.
  • edited June 29

    finally booked the trains, 9.06 down from paddington on the 17.54 back, means a 7am departure from greenhithe, things you do for football ey.

    There's engineering works into London that day.

    ............................only joking!
  • @ElfsborgAddick wouldn't put it past them shower of c***s
  • 3 of us booked on the 7:06 out of paddington, night out, then back on the Sunday
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  • fuck me 7.06
  • fuck me 7.06

    Not a lightweight like you!
  • fuck me 7.06

    Not a lightweight like you!
    This
  • fuck me 7.06

    Not a lightweight like you!
    what train you on??
  • It may help but when i go to Plymouth i get a ticket from Waterloo to Exeter then one to Plymouth. Usually works out a lot cheaper.

    NSE Card return to Exeter.

    Would make for a good weekend staying in Exeter, then going to the game from there. I think Plymouth is a toilet in all honesty.
    Royal William Yard is very nice, so is the harbour near the Barbican. Also the Hoe is nice on a sunny day but not sure of pubs up there. Stoke (and I imagine its pubs/eateries) is a bit trendy and closer to the ground.

    The city shopping area is on the whole a toilet though.
  • Avoid Union st unless you like brawling with Marines.
  • Anyone one know the distances between ground and town centre?
  • J BLOCK said:

    Anyone one know the distances between ground and town centre?

    About a 25min walk.
  • It may help but when i go to Plymouth i get a ticket from Waterloo to Exeter then one to Plymouth. Usually works out a lot cheaper.

    NSE Card return to Exeter.

    Would make for a good weekend staying in Exeter, then going to the game from there. I think Plymouth is a toilet in all honesty.
    Royal William Yard is very nice, so is the harbour near the Barbican. Also the Hoe is nice on a sunny day but not sure of pubs up there. Stoke (and I imagine its pubs/eateries) is a bit trendy and closer to the ground.

    The city shopping area is on the whole a toilet though.
    Royal William Yard is very nice, great for getting some breakfast or lunch before the game. If anyone wants some advice on nightlife/pubs then give me a shout. Lived there for 3 years during Uni and still go down there now quite a bit.
  • J BLOCK said:

    Anyone one know the distances between ground and town centre?

    About a 25min walk.
    But keep walking to the bits I mentioned above for another 20+. there is a 'spoons about 5 mins from the ground.
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