Tickets for this weekend’s Dublin V Mayo All-Ireland football semi-final
The GAA has said that lessons will have to be learned from the outcry over the ticketing allocation for Saturday’s Dublin-Mayo All-Ireland football semi-final.
Tickets for the game went on sale Tuesday morning at 10am, a day later than usual due to the August Bank Holiday and many fans were left disappointed despite spending hours queuing in various outlets and/or the GAA’s online ticket outlet, tickets.ie.
…Virtual queues online were 20,000 long at a stage…
— Annie West (@anniewestdotcom) August 7, 2019