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TottenhamMattSpur

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thats a pisser, bit stupid only letting members buy one ticket imo, dont really want to go on my own
At least you didn't buy a membership this evening then found out you can only go by yourself..... FFS!
I spent years not going because friends and family wouldn't pay the membership.
I ended up getting fed up with it, and started going on my own.
Now a season ticket holder, and, save for a few games a season where i can get family members tickets, I go on my own to every game.
Far better than not going because other people won't pay the membership.
 

TheBlueRooster

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I guess i won't actually be worried or think much of it, but still, why focus on a club you played 31 matches
for when you are at an event for a club you played 337 matches for that even brought you through the academy.
(match info from wikipedia)

It won't shape my view on anything, but stil weird

EDIT: Not to mention the huge rivalry between the clubs
But it was his first big managerial job and probably would have stayed longer had England not come calling. When he was there he turned that club around and was doing well. So I think he has fond memories and not ashamed of sharing them. I think everyone knows where his heart is (when it's beating) and probably had more well wishes from our fans than that lot in Fulham.

OK if it was a Spurs only event maybe it would have been better not to mention but it Just says "a night with..."

Plus it was good to see him at Watford over the weekend.
 

yankspurs

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If you want four tickets, you need four different accounts all with memberships.
That's the most ridiculous thing i've ever heard. If 1 person has a membership but wants to buy 2 tickets to a game, they have to hope for there to be a general sale, which probably wont be happening with only 7k tickets available after ST and corporate? Jesus.

Even if the 2nd person would become a member, they still wont be able to get the ticket because of the clubs stupid time frame of being a member to be able to buy the damn ticket. Because of course, people plan a year in advance that they want to go to a game:rolleyes:
 

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Not just season ticket holders, One Hotspur members as well-I got tickets for myself and my daughter today and we haven’t got season tickets
Yes but you are members. After season ticket holders they went out to members. Those who pay something and have some association with the club which they can track
 

thebenjamin

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Apologies if this has been asked and answered in the chat already.........I have 2 ST's one of which is a child ticket. For the midweek games it will be very difficult to take my 5 year old with me due to school the next day. I know I can legitimately transfer it to a member who is in my ticketing group BUT can i transfer it to an adult member and pay the difference in price or is this an no no???
I've got a similar issue but mine isn't a child ticket, I paid full whack for it. But my dad died in the summer so I transferred it to my kid's name -- and they've marked it as a child ticket. Bit of a cheek if you ask me. So now don't know if I can take other people without some kind of an alarm going off.
 

TottenhamMattSpur

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That's the most ridiculous thing i've ever heard. If 1 person has a membership but wants to buy 2 tickets to a game, they have to hope for there to be a general sale, which probably wont be happening with only 7k tickets available after ST and corporate? Jesus.

Even if the 2nd person would become a member, they still wont be able to get the ticket because of the clubs stupid time frame of being a member to be able to buy the damn ticket. Because of course, people plan a year in advance that they want to go to a game:rolleyes:
Why is it ridiculous? Why should 1 member be allowed to buy a ticket for a non member that ultimately prevents another paid member from buying it?
It's why there are windows. If members have to be needy and their mates won't pay for memberships they can wait until the general admin tickets go on sale.
 

kr1978

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That's the most ridiculous thing i've ever heard. If 1 person has a membership but wants to buy 2 tickets to a game, they have to hope for there to be a general sale, which probably wont be happening with only 7k tickets available after ST and corporate? Jesus.

Even if the 2nd person would become a member, they still wont be able to get the ticket because of the clubs stupid time frame of being a member to be able to buy the damn ticket. Because of course, people plan a year in advance that they want to go to a game:rolleyes:
Not really, I’ve been paying membership for me and my daughter for nearly 10 years now with the main reason being to try and get a little bit of an advantage when going for tickets (season ticket isn’t viable for various reasons).

We go regularly, but obviously not as much as a season ticket holder so I think it’s fair we get priority over people that hardly ever go but also less priority than people who go every week.
 
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But it was his first big managerial job and probably would have stayed longer had England not come calling. When he was there he turned that club around and was doing well. So I think he has fond memories and not ashamed of sharing them. I think everyone knows where his heart is (when it's beating) and probably had more well wishes from our fans than that lot in Fulham.

OK if it was a Spurs only event maybe it would have been better not to mention but it Just says "a night with..."

Plus it was good to see him at Watford over the weekend.
Very good points, and in context with it all, it seems like nothing (y)
 

southlondonyiddo

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I've got a similar issue but mine isn't a child ticket, I paid full whack for it. But my dad died in the summer so I transferred it to my kid's name -- and they've marked it as a child ticket. Bit of a cheek if you ask me. So now don't know if I can take other people without some kind of an alarm going off.
Bloody cheek!

Fuck em I say. Take who you like. Unless they are a hooligan or run onto the pitch and throw some cheese into Dan's box I’m sure you'll be fine

All these rules & regs have pretty much always been around. I think it’s only the new ST holders getting their knickers in a twist over all the small print

If I get any aggro from passing on my Test event 1 tickets onto my sister and my 84 year old dad and his 87 year old brother then the shit will hit the fan

Those old gits have been to more Tottenham games than there are grains of sand and spent more money on Spurs than Joe Lewis!!
 

spursgirls

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So not sure which bit you want to do. I'm not an ST holder or a member this season but I've got an ST holder giving me two tickets. He's going to have to take my Client Reference Number (and my mates) and add them to his "My Network". He can then transfer the tickets to me and my mate for the one game.

This from Nailsy should help.......
Thanks @JonnySpurs
 

southlondonyiddo

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I was more thinking of when using someone else's season ticket.
Whether it is your ST or someone elses when booking more than 1 ticket you can only do that by selecting someone from that ST's network so you have to search for the name of the person and put in there client reference number and then you get to send that person an email asking them if they are ok with you assigning or managing their ticket....
 
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What is all very strange about this ticket sale for test events is that even though members received emails about the sale there is no full explanation on the Spurs website about this current sales window or how long it is etc etc..
It may be buried in the website somewhere but it should be headline news, its very easy to miss an email or delete it.
May explain why both events have not sold out quickly.
 

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What is all very strange about this ticket sale for test events is that even though members received emails about the sale there is no full explanation on the Spurs website about this current sales window or how long it is etc etc..
It may be buried in the website somewhere but it should be headline news, its very easy to miss an email or delete it.
May explain why both events have not sold out quickly.
I think the uptake by season ticket holders has been a lot lower than they expected-they were initially talking about a ballot if oversubscribed and now its first come first served for one Hotspur members.
 

southlondonyiddo

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What is all very strange about this ticket sale for test events is that even though members received emails about the sale there is no full explanation on the Spurs website about this current sales window or how long it is etc etc..
It may be buried in the website somewhere but it should be headline news, its very easy to miss an email or delete it.
May explain why both events have not sold out quickly.
What’s also odd is that when you order your ST seat it doesn’t state the seat number or row etc on the ticket and I’ve had no email saying the tickets have been loaded onto my Stadium Access Card!!
 

mil1lion

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What’s also odd is that when you order your ST seat it doesn’t state the seat number or row etc on the ticket and I’ve had no email saying the tickets have been loaded onto my Stadium Access Card!!
I had the same issue. You have to log into your account and click on account history and then click to resend the email. The new email will show the seat details. It doesn't mention the access card in the email though so I guess we just hope it works ok on the day.
 
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