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Season Ticket Renewal Talk

Discussion in 'Spurs News & Views' started by billyiddo, 12 Mar 2018.

  1. minnow

    minnow Andy Turner

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    I think that's what they are suggesting a bit with the 1882 package. Guess they hope it becomes a kind of superfan club and they've positioned those blocks as cheerleaders. Slightly ironic as the 1882 group's habit was more hoovering up cheaper cup tickets and making the atmosphere when it might otherwise be flat. I liked the idea until I saw the price.
     
  2. minnow

    minnow Andy Turner

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    Weird. A good friend has 12 years and low points and is phase 3. Until you said this I hadn't thought the points were making much difference if you had lots of years. I'd contact the club if I was you.
     
  3. SpurMeUp

    SpurMeUp Ian Walker

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    While its a big increase on Wembley it's not as big an increase on old WHL pricing. It should be worth it, with decent facilities, a little closer to the pitch than other stadiums (less than WHL) and a better atmosphere than the likes of Wembley and Emirates. It will change things, it won't be a rough round the edges working mans stadium anymore. This is a modern more glossy form of entertainment, but its still affordable to most. We'll miss the old times but nothing stays the same.
     
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  4. SteveAWOL

    SteveAWOL Christian Ziege

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    Will this be located on the same hallowed ground where Valentino’s used to be?!
     
  5. Bullet

    Bullet Paul Walsh

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    Strange that people are mentioning Wembley prices, it has nowt to do with that. And in fact it has little to do with Old WHL prices, since it is a totally different product, like upgrading your 20 year old car for a shiny new one with all the trimmings.

    The ticket resale scheme sounds promising, plenty of people could buy a season ticket and then resell a lot of the games to make it more affordable, no???
     
  6. P.D.

    P.D. Jermaine Jenas

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    I didn't realise 3 stands were 7.9 metres from the pitch, I thought it was only 2 stands that were the full distance away. Anyway looks fantastic, can't wait for the 65m bar. I'll never end up with a season ticket again but will definitely get to a few games a season.
     
  7. P.D.

    P.D. Jermaine Jenas

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    I hope not, they should limit it to 4/5 games per season ticket otherwise it will get abused. I'm sure there will be some restrictions on it like they can only be passed on to members and only a certain amount of games can be passed on per season.
     
  8. Bedfordspurs

    Bedfordspurs Erik Thorstvedt

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    It’s not different and the club recognise that in that their using previous loyalty at the old ground here

    Is it twice as good as Wembley stadium as it’s twice the price then?
     
  9. Bedfordspurs

    Bedfordspurs Erik Thorstvedt

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    Its 40% like for like to the old WHL

    The clubby doing this IMO shave taken away every excuse not to pay the market rate in wages and fees as their charging the fans the highest fees in the world
     
  10. Gazza

    Gazza Dean Austin

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    But we are not charging the highest fees. The premier league is what it is, due to that influx on money and what it brings. How the club regulates this with ethics and morals is a different issue.

    Being in London and in the premier league you would expect to pay that going rate, it marginalises most people to consistently go see games, but there are opportunities to enjoy the beautiful game within your budget.

    I would love to have a box, I can't afford it; but I can afford a season ticket currently (it may change in the future). I say fair play to the people that can earn money and spend it accordingly.

    I work hard and with some luck can just about sit where I have wanted to all my life, having missed many games due to not being able to afford to go, no matter how cheap the price.

    I would pay to see this current football and growth that I can relate to. Probably would not pay or go to see a mourinho team.
     
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  11. mephitis

    mephitis Ronnie Rosenthal

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    Surprised he hasn't done that already tbf :D

    Less the marble, gold and privacy obvs:rolleyes:
     
  12. Bedfordspurs

    Bedfordspurs Erik Thorstvedt

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    Arsenal has the highest prices in the world and we have now over took them

    We will be charging the most in world Football yet as a club haven’t achieved anything yet of that level...

    I get the London argument and the premier league one but to have average tickets that works out about 3 times city’s who are in some people’s view the best side on the planet is crazy
     
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    mephitis Ronnie Rosenthal

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    Seems fair, although at 300 odd on the waiting list, I'm a bit p!ssed off at the other 9,700 fvckers being allowed to fight for first dibs on 5 april :mad:
     
  14. jabbathehut

    jabbathehut Luke Young

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    Time will tell if they have the pricing right.I will get a season ticket for next season after all that was mostly the point of getting one for wembley as tickets were always available for every game even nld .I would imagine the ticket exchange will be active for every game.Not sure how the partnership ticket works .Do you get the electronic ticket that you then sell on to who ever or does it get e-mailed to the e-mail of your choice.If it was only to sell to members then surely it would just go on there card.If its to fans known to the club they could just give them a card to put the games on so not clear how it will work seems ripe for abuse.
     
  15. Gazza

    Gazza Dean Austin

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    We have not overtaken them have we?
     
  16. CanberraSpur

    CanberraSpur David Kerslake

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    If you're just comparing the most expensive season ticket offered from each club, yes we're now the highest. Given our lowest is also one of the highest for each club's cheapest offering, our average season ticket is probably up there too.
     
  17. Bedfordspurs

    Bedfordspurs Erik Thorstvedt

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    Yes
    By some way
    They get all cup games and we’re getting nothing
    And the average price is more at the new Lane
     
  18. Bedfordspurs

    Bedfordspurs Erik Thorstvedt

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    Pretty sore our average is higher at £1400 (league only don’t forget, they get the first 7/8 cup games at home included)
    The kids seats are comparable
    Our most expensive like for like is higher
    Our cheapest is cheaper but we don’t have very many of them

    They were the most expensive sporting club in the world to attend ... but we’re higher now and arguably by some way
     
  19. billyiddo

    billyiddo Gary Stevens Staff Member

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    If Arsenals tickets are less and include 7 or 8 cup games then we are getting royally fleeced
     
  20. Daisuk

    Daisuk Paul Robinson

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    Quality over quantity, I guess. :p
     
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