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Posted 18/6/2015 09:53
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Subject: Parking for Swans v Bournemouth game


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Hi guys
If any of you are driving down and want easy access to and from the M4, you can park at my house and then have a transfer down with direct access to the stadium and back (I have reserved parking a minute's walk from the stadium).
Maximum of three passengers. Total cost £5
PM me
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Posted 18/6/2015 10:26
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Could this not wait until October/go in the Match Travel thread?
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Posted 18/6/2015 10:27
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Posted 18/6/2015 11:33
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Earshot - 18/6/2015 10:26

Could this not wait until October/go in the Match Travel thread?

It could do, but as we have 20-odd games at the Liberty, leaving it all 'til the last minute would give me a headache!
Already selling tickets for two games I know I can't make !
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Posted 14/11/2015 13:01
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The suggestion seems to be use the Park & Ride at Swansea Vale for £6. Anybody used that?
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Posted 16/11/2015 12:13
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I used it a few years ago when we played there on a Friday night.

It's fine if you don't mind a quick getaway after the game because the Park and Ride buses are parked up against the away end and kept there until the locals and the roads have been cleared. It then takes you around the back of Swansea and by the time we got back to the car park it was empty. We never left Swansea until at least an hour after the game and wouldn't use it if there are other options.
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Posted 17/11/2015 22:10
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rgb - 14/11/2015 13:01

The suggestion seems to be use the Park & Ride at Swansea Vale for £6. Anybody used that?

TBH if your not in a rush then plenty of local places offering parking for about the same cost (Pentrehafod School, Landore Social Club and others all within easy 5 - 10 minutes walk)
Go for a bite to eat and then drive home no problem. The hour you spend in the local hostelry will otherwise be spent sitting in traffic queues.
Alternatively park in Swansea City Centre and get a taxi or bus to and from the Stadium
Most of the official Club parking is awful. Easy to get in but a nightmare to get away from
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