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Northumberland Development Project - Open For Business

Discussion in 'Spurs News & Views' started by Jordinho, 12 Feb 2013.

  1. SpurMeUp

    SpurMeUp Chris Perry

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    Would think the margins are around 40-50%. Beer is priced competitively so will have a lower margin, but if its brewed onsite the long term costs must be lower. Saving something on transportation. Maybe £1-£1.50 on a pint is profit the rest tax? Others will know. Food is where the profit is. A £4-5 pie costs less than £1, with staffing of course the major cost of sale. All in, with the volumes the club is doing, I recon 40 to 70% margin is doable.

    So circa half a million a game.

    Whether people will continue to spend as much once the novelty wears off I don't know. There is definitely potential to open more food places that do things like Pizza in other areas of the stadium. In the opening games, if there was more catering capacity, I think we could have literally doubled what was sold. Club needs to look at how catering outlets in the pleb areas can be pit stop crews...
     
  2. Jordinho

    Jordinho John White Staff Member

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    They could make more if things were more efficient.
     
  3. Jordinho

    Jordinho John White Staff Member

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    I noticed the front row above the away fans was left empty today.
     
  4. Bullet

    Bullet Jimmy McCormick

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    Oh yeah. People said it was all gonna kick off in the stands today with Sperm v Spam fisticuffs, and Spam smashing up the facilities, did anything happen
     
  5. Jordinho

    Jordinho John White Staff Member

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    No, they're a bunch of pussies.
     
  6. SteveAWOL

    SteveAWOL John Lacy

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  7. Bedfordspurs

    Bedfordspurs Nayim

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    That’s footage of the ground being set up and used for the pre match corporate yours they do before the game
     
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  8. Gazza Dazzla

    Gazza Dazzla Justin Edinburgh

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    Has the dj got a playlist as well then? Your not west ham anymore and Yids all sounded pretty loud yesterday, did he play those?!

    Honestly some people need to use their brains! (Not directed at you Steve)

     
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  9. Jordinho

    Jordinho John White Staff Member

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    Seems like a simple c+p from a Sun article, but I'd rather link to this.

     
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  10. FatBloke

    FatBloke Milenko Acimovic

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    Most real ale around the 5% mark works out comfortably under £1.50 a pint total (ex. VAT) if you're buying single casks, so I'd be surprised if Amstel and so on cost the club more than £1.20/pint, with the Beavertown stuff a little more. Factor in costs and I'd be very surprised if the club was making less than 50% margin on the beer, given the throughput. Probably closer to 70%.
     
  11. milo

    milo Vivian Woodward Staff Member

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  12. Kandi1977

    Kandi1977 Paul Walsh

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    I am a (passive) co-owner of a small pub, and we make our own beer. We could have sold the beer for about 1£ a pint and made a profit (excluding taxes on alcohol, which are outrageous here in Norway). It's really cheap to make beer.
     
  13. Danishfurniturelover

    Danishfurniturelover Cecil Poynton

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    Who the hell is this popbitch?

    Also I am all for disabled people being treated better but do they have to stay with the dog? What happens if they need the loo who guides them.

    Like that the club is being inclusive I just don't get how it works.
     
  14. markysimmo

    markysimmo Johnny nice-tits

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    I'm gender fluid and there are no toilet facilities for me
     
  15. milo

    milo Vivian Woodward Staff Member

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    I've read the poo and guff thread, that doesn't appear to be a problem that is related to how you identify or is unique to NWHL.
     
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  16. Danishfurniturelover

    Danishfurniturelover Cecil Poynton

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    More like you want my gender fluids in you. Bumder.
     
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    Rorschach Erik Thorstvedt

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    When we win the CL you can invite us all over for a massive tinkle-up (tax free of course)
     
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  18. LemonadeMoney

    LemonadeMoney Jimmy Neighbour

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    I see what you did there.
     
  19. Daisuk

    Daisuk Frederic Kanoute

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    Steevied over at SkyscraperCity posted a review of the Tunnel Club, in case anyone's interested. I'm just gonna copy and paste it in here. Here's the link:
    https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=549397&page=4370

    Tunnel Club - Photos and "Review

    Corporate Hospitality at the new Tottenham Stadium

    Spurs have divided their corporate hospitality offerings into six distinct offerings;

    Chairmans' Suite - I know very little about this as the club keep prices and benefits under wraps for this lounge. Safe to say, it's orders of magnitude more expensive than even The H Club and comes with some rather incredible benefits.
    On Four - The H Club is the top lounge that us mere mortals can gain access to. It offers five distinct dining experiences, including Chefs Table (not to be confused with the Chefs Table upgrade restaurant for Premium Seat holders...) where chefs such as Michel Roux will be cooking for you. The seats are on level four of the West Stand, immediately above the Directors' lounge seats. The Loges on Four are semi-private dining spaces with seats outside in the stadium bowl. You get the same table each game, which is partitioned off from other tables. Food is "sharing platters" per table. The Suites on Four are what normal people would call "boxes". They're private suites (US terminology), which seat up to 21 people and can be individually styled to your needs.
    Premium Suites - As above, these are boxes. The only difference being the ones not on level four are slightly lower specification, although you'd not really notice...
    Premium Loges - As above, these are semi-private dining spaces.
    Premium Lounges - These consist of The Tunnel Club (more on that below) and The Stratus. The Stratus lounges are located on level 9 of the East and West stands (you cannot transfer between the two). They offer stunning views both into and out of the stadium, seats towards the front of the East/West stand upper tiers and complimentary bowl food.
    Premium Seats - The cheapest of the hospitality offerings, but in my opinion the best value! You get access to a "Club Wembley" style lounge, but with far superior facilities and fit out. At half time you get a free drink and there is bowl food and sandwiches on offer throughout. There are also a number of upgrade restaurants if you want more formal dining for the game, ranging from a buffet at the Chefs Table to Galvin fine dining.

    I've shown some photos below of the various lounges and food on offer at Spurs. Apologies for the quality of some of the photos, they were all shot rapidly on an iPhone and I may have consumed "some" alcohol prior to some of them...


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    Daisuk Frederic Kanoute

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