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Vikor
18 Nov 09 18:40
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I am going to Cape Town for the Test match in the New Year. Does anyone on here know how I order tickets? Alternatively, would it be better to buy them from the ground when I get there a day before the game starts?

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By:
michael knight
When: 18 Nov 09 18:54
www.computicket.com


Can't help as to whether tickets are cheaper on the day or in advance.

No doubt someone else on here can though.
By:
Nowthenyagga - Alright eh
When: 19 Nov 09 18:16
You can get in for cherrybobs when you get there, test crowds are very sparse.
By:
DashMCFC
When: 19 Nov 09 19:42
you can order beforehand and collect at the ground - stay in newlands itself - absolutely top class- taxis are in short supply however the v & a wharf is a top notch night out
By:
Innocent Bystander
When: 19 Nov 09 19:44
Order beforehand from computicket and pick the tickets up in the kiosk in the V&A shopping centre (enter next to the pub, go past the grub outlets then check a map in the centre)

Dont wait til you get to the ground to pick them up - every chance it will take about a month with queues moving very slowly as everyone leaves it til 5 minutes to the start
By:
GrimReaper
When: 19 Nov 09 20:18
And make sure you visit Nelson's Eye restaurant as well. Top quality meat at reasonable prices. When I was in there in March, (Sir) Geoffrey Boycott was a fellow diner :O
By:
Vikor
When: 20 Nov 09 13:54
Thanks for the advice, folks.
By:
BigMig
When: 20 Nov 09 13:57
If you want to splash out (tbh, it is still cheap when converted into pounds), go to Le Colombe restaurant - currently No.38 in the world.
By:
Innocent Bystander
When: 20 Nov 09 14:00
was no 37 before Big Mig last went :p
By:
shrood mug
When: 25 Nov 09 12:54
Find the Waterfront a bit of an overrated tourist trap tbh, though Quay 4 is worth visiting for the rib burgers and 3.5 litre Castle kegs.

If you're looking for carnage head to springboks on the other side of the railway from the ground then stumble to Tiger Tiger for some high jinx.

If you're looking for something a bit more sedate then The Forresters in Newlands is about a 15 minute walk. Awesome beer garden.

Plenty of Taxi's in Claremont (5 mins walk) too so wouldnt worry on that front.

Depending on where you are staying I'd buy the tickets online and pick up on the wednesday.
By:
Innocent Bystander
When: 30 Dec 09 06:19
ttt
By:
ramone
When: 30 Dec 09 08:07
There's a great Italian at the waterfront too but I don't recall its name. We never ate there mind you as Grim had a major row with the owner before we sat down and we left :D :D
By:
GrimReaper
When: 30 Dec 09 08:09
As I recall you were equally voluble at the obnoxious twát....
By:
ramone
When: 30 Dec 09 08:11
Didn't he shout out at his customers "You're all stupid"??
By:
GrimReaper
When: 30 Dec 09 08:12
"You're all**", I think it was :^0
By:
GrimReaper
When: 30 Dec 09 08:12
scúm
By:
Max and Paddy
When: 30 Dec 09 11:06
Great story from ramone :^0
By:
Big.Alf
When: 31 Dec 09 09:28
If anyone is over for the test get yourselves to The Slug & Lettuce in Green Point (Opposite the stadium) and I'll make sure you're well fed and watered. Abuse optional :)
By:
loper
When: 01 Jan 10 09:45
Wrong stadium!
By:
fronter
When: 01 Jan 10 11:08
:O
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