Lyon or Nice: Away Semi Final

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Re: Lyon or Nice: Away Semi Final

Postby Dundalk 1 » April 4th, 2017, 5:44 pm

mtleinster wrote:Cant find anything good value at all

Looking to travel Saturday Morning until monday evening,

DUB -> CDG is €232 and the TGV is €146 on top of that

Ryanair flights are €350 Rtn direct, but leave pretty much straight after the game

Anyone having more luck than me?



People that live in Dublin need to be a bit more imaginative

Belfast Lyon Belfast
Saturday to Monday
Out direct with EasyJet
Back via Birmingham with Flybe - still only just over 4 hrs
212 euro

Mind you Belfast is a fair trek from Mount Leinster
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Re: Lyon or Nice: Away Semi Final

Postby VGE » April 6th, 2017, 5:59 pm

22000 seats already sold to Clermont fans yesterday and today, 10000 others tickets will be sold Monday. Including ERC and Leinster quotas, it will be more than 40000 people and probably sold out.


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