Although I realise that there has to be a priority in ticket allocation for some games, it comes down to opposition sides not wanting a big allocation of away fans to " out do" the home side in noise levels. I've been a season ticket holder for a few years now and I've never had an away membership so for those that buy that for the privilege on away priority, fair enough. However, when it gets to season ticket holders who have more away games under their belt having the next level of priority it can be argued that we should all be on a first come first served basis. The fact is that some people can afford to go to as many away games when and where they want, where as others have to select their away games carefully according to their personal budget. I travel as a couple so straight away that's double the price in our household. We try to go to games which are not to far away, i.e. Sheffield area, and Birmingham, distances that keep costs down on travel. Also we try to get to a ground we haven't been to yet, this season due to Mels generous subsidies we went to Reading and Man Utd. I sat in the home seats at Burton and Forest because I couldn't get a ticket for the Derby end and I didn't want to miss the games live,managed to get to Sheffield Utd game too . I went to both the last play off games at Brighton and Hull and on both occasions the atmosphere was fantastic so I'm pretty gutted I probably won't get to be at the Fulham game. I also have attended all the FA and league cup games at home, and away if possible, and all home play off games. I was at the 5-2 league cup game at Fulham a few years ago, I think that's still fresh in their memory and they're doing their damnest not to have a repeat of that night! Anyway fingers crossed come Saturday morning there might be a smidgeon of hope that there's some tickets left for me to fight for! To all who have tickets make sure you give the team all you've got in supporting them and sticking it to Fulham!