New Stadium Details And Discussions

nailsy

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Can you PM me how please? This will cover my arse if I can transfer the ticket to people in my network each time! (To those that are not members)
I think you normally just go to the ticket page and you should see the option to register when you go to buy tickets. There aren't any tickets on sale at the moment though so you might need to wait.

Edit. Just found this link when I looked at booking tickets for the Spurs Ladies game https://login.tottenhamhotspur.com/...Url=/tottenhamhotspur/checkout&tenantId=SPURS
 

Tiffers

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I think you normally just go to the ticket page and you should see the option to register when you go to buy tickets. There aren't any tickets on sale at the moment though so you might need to wait.

Edit. Just found this link when I looked at booking tickets for the Spurs Ladies game https://login.tottenhamhotspur.com/Identity/register.html?client_id=JcSx9fyL857K&redirect_uri=/Identity/?returnUrl=%2Ftottenhamhotspur%2F&response_type=code&scope=openid+ticketing&tenantId=SPURS&returnUrl=/tottenhamhotspur/checkout&tenantId=SPURS
looks as though between us we've got it sorted :)
 

mil1lion

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How many people look like their passport or driving license photos anyway? If you give your ticket to a Dad who is say 20 years older they're just going to think "damn this guy aged".

I wouldn't worry too much about lending out your ticket. How often do clubs talk about ticket touts for example? Then you turn up at Wembley and straight away guys are selling/buying tickets. There's literally cops strolling feet away from them.
 

TottenhamMattSpur

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Cant believe people are even debating whether you'll get checked on the way on.
There's gonna be 62k people coming and going. There's automatic turnstiles with no one on them. At best they have have a light system that flashes certain colours for certain age groups to alert the security staff. IE, flashes green for normal tickets and yellow for OAP and children. That's about it.
 

sherbornespurs

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He’s in his 50’s, it’s just a regular ticket no concessions.

I agree with what you said about monitoring people’s access. Wasn’t there a report about a London Stadium introducing AI with facial recognition scanning in the future. I just don’t think we are at that point just yet.
This.

I was lucky enough to attend the familiarisation event in December with a couple of friends, and after spending an hour or so checking out our seats in the South Stand and generally taking everything in, we made our way below stairs to the Beavertown brewery for a couple of jars of 'Neck oil'.

Purely out of curiosity, I asked one of the bar staff whether 'the boss' (meaning Logan Plant) was around to see how it was all going, but he thought I meant Daniel Levy. "Not seen him, but his brother's over there so why not ask him" - and just a few feet away, so it was.

Looked slightly younger, with similar features, and came across as a really nice bloke (despite admitting to being a West Ham fan).

He was monitoring the IT facilities on the day, although I'm not sure of his precise role within the stadium hierarchy, but as I was in IT Operations for almost 40yrs we spoke for 20mins about all things IT - one topic was volumetric testing (getting high volumes of spectators into the ground quickly) and the other was the introduction of facial recognition which was planned 'once things had settled down'.

(I also remarked that I had this vision of his brother up in the West Stand, behind smoked glass & stroking his cat, overseeing the days events - he just laughed and reckoned he was "up in the air, flying somewhere").
 
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buckley

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I am 75 years of age and the 6 or 7 night games I can't manage I give to my son and my other son who has a season ticket gives him his ticket when work stops him attending it may technically be wrong but I know of many that do the same kind of thing and if they clamp down on this there will be two outcomes no1. there is going to be lots of empty seats at some games .no2. would I want to pay £1500 for a ticket that is being underused bearing in mind I have been a loyal supporter who has attended matches since 1951.
I think a clampdown would have to make me think again about such a financial outlay and I would not be alone.
 

marion52

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I am 75 years of age and the 6 or 7 night games I can't manage I give to my son and my other son who has a season ticket gives him his ticket when work stops him attending it may technically be wrong but I know of many that do the same kind of thing and if they clamp down on this there will be two outcomes no1. there is going to be lots of empty seats at some games .no2. would I want to pay £1500 for a ticket that is being underused bearing in mind I have been a loyal supporter who has attended matches since 1951.
I think a clampdown would have to make me think again about such a financial outlay and I would not be alone.
Now you can do it ‘legally’ by just creating a network with all of you in it and just pass it on
 

spursfan77

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This.

I was lucky enough to attend the familiarisation event in December with a couple of friends, and after spending an hour or so checking out our seats in the South Stand and generally taking everything in, we made our way below stairs to the Beavertown brewery for a couple of jars of 'Neck oil'.

Purely out of curiosity, I asked one of the bar staff whether 'the boss' (meaning Logan Plant) was around to see how it was all going, but he thought I meant Daniel Levy. "Not seen him, but is brother's over there so why not ask him" - and just a few feet away, so it was.

Looked slightly younger, with similar features, and came across as a really nice bloke (despite admitting to being a West Ham fan).

He was monitoring the IT facilities on the day, although I'm not sure of his precise role within the stadium hierarchy, but as I was in IT Operations for almost 40yrs we spoke for 20mins about all things IT - one topic was volumetric testing (getting high volumes of spectators into the ground quickly) and the other was the introduction of facial recognition which was planned 'once things had settled down'.

(I also remarked that I had this vision of his brother up in the West Stand, behind smoked glass & stroking his cat, overseeing the days events - he just laughed and reckoned he was "up in the air, flying somewhere").
It’s been mooted in the media this would happen in a stadium in london but it wasn’t specified which one. Seems a strange thing to do. Security wise it seems a bit too much for a sports stadium but I guess you never know nowadays.
 

alexn_spurs

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In normal circumstances I would almost certainly not watch the Brighton game tomorrow. However, on this occasion I think I will
 
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longtimespur

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I'm a hotspur member and hoping to get tickets on Monday..
2 questions if someone can answer them please.
1.... can I buy 2 tickets one for my wife and one for myself?
2... is there parking availability near the ground nowadays? If so whereabouts?

I live in Boston Lincs and it'll be clatt trying to get there by train etc especially on Sunday, so have to drive down.

Thanks in advance for any info/help.
 

Spurs 1961

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I'm a hotspur member and hoping to get tickets on Monday..
2 questions if someone can answer them please.
1.... can I buy 2 tickets one for my wife and one for myself?
2... is there parking availability near the ground nowadays? If so whereabouts?

I live in Boston Lincs and it'll be clatt trying to get there by train etc especially on Sunday, so have to drive down.

Thanks in advance for any info/help.
You can only buy tickets for members so limited to one for yourself. Not sure about parking but I will need to find out about that myself and getting back from WHL after an evening game
 
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