Since tickets went on sale at 10 o’clock there have been large queues across Supervalu and Centra stores throughout the morning.
Dublin and Mayo’s clash in Croke Park is expected to be a sell-out and fans from across the county have queued online for the first championship meeting of the sides since 2017.
Ballyhaunis Supervalu has a constant queue of 30 people since 10 o’clock this morning.
We have received pictures of substantial queues in Castlebar Supervalu and in Ballyhaunis Supervalu, where there has been a constant stream of 30 people since 10 this morning.
People trying to access tickets online have been having serious difficulty, with some people queuing online on Tickets.ie for more than two hours.
Tickets.ie took to their twitter account to apologise for the delays, saying:
“Tickets for both semi finals are still on sale - retail and online.
There are no issues with the listing however there is a queuing system in place to manage the very high volume of traffic on the website.
We do apologize for any inconvenience caused and hope you get your tickets.”
People have been taking to social media to complain about server errors as the website appears to struggle with the volume of ticket requests.
With the Dubs on a quest for five in-a-row, moral and expectation is still high across the county.