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dagraham

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Probably asked a thousand times but here i go since i can't find it on the official site.
How can i see how much credit i have towards next seasons season ticket?

Thanks
Go to tickets, then ticket account, then access my account. Sign in, look in drop down account menu and it’s there under “account cash back”.
 
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Go to tickets, then ticket account, then access my account. Sign in, look in drop down account menu and it’s there under “account cash back”.
Thank dagraham, that wasn't so hard to find. Guess my eyes where in the way when trying to figure it out earlier.
Hopefully i will be able to figure out how to press my pin to pay for my groceries later today :unsure:
If not i will pm you for help :facepalm:o_O
 

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I always get charged a booking fee but have not had any credit back for it. Anyone else in the same boat as me?
It should be going directly to the payment card you use to book rather than the Tottenham eticketing account - have you checked that?
 

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Just out of interest guys.....

I bought an 1882 season ticket for the new stadium but next year im unsure if i can fork out so much. Am i able to downgrade/ move elsewhere to a cheaper seat? Or not? Hows it usually work on renewal? It was my first ever season ticket!
 

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Just out of interest guys.....

I bought an 1882 season ticket for the new stadium but next year im unsure if i can fork out so much. Am i able to downgrade/ move elsewhere to a cheaper seat? Or not? Hows it usually work on renewal? It was my first ever season ticket!
I’d assume you’d have to give up that ticket then go back on the list waiting for another to come up but you’ll likely be low down due to loyalty points.

You could always get it and then sell a few games to help out lower the cost overall
 

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Just out of interest guys.....

I bought an 1882 season ticket for the new stadium but next year im unsure if i can fork out so much. Am i able to downgrade/ move elsewhere to a cheaper seat? Or not? Hows it usually work on renewal? It was my first ever season ticket!
Normally you will get the opportunity to move seats if anything is available due to others wanting to move etc but this is not a normal season so not sure how it will work

No more than the 42k ST will be issued again so it is possible you may be able to move

I would phone the ticket office and seak advise sooner rather than later

As said above the ground will be an absolute sell out for a few years probably so you'll have no problem selling the tickets on if you can afford to renew
 

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Have to say, now I've seen the prices for food and drink in the new stadium, the 1882 ticket doesn't look to be the value it was perceived to be when I bought it. Will have to give serious consideration at renewal time.
 

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Have to say, now I've seen the prices for food and drink in the new stadium, the 1882 ticket doesn't look to be the value it was perceived to be when I bought it. Will have to give serious consideration at renewal time.
didn't think the club are letting people change location, are you allowed to downgrade location?
 

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didn't think the club are letting people change location, are you allowed to downgrade location?
Then they will need to upgrade the offer then. Small amount over 19 games won’t cost the club much. Perceptions. Mind you, a patron who doesn’t take up some of the offers may not be the right person to ask. All in all, I reckon everything needs to settle down. *Wasn’t especially referring to yourself 48K.
 

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Have to say, now I've seen the prices for food and drink in the new stadium, the 1882 ticket doesn't look to be the value it was perceived to be when I bought it. Will have to give serious consideration at renewal time.
didn't think the club are letting people change location, are you allowed to downgrade location?
They told the Trust in their last meeting that you won't be able to this summer:

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  • There would be no option to change ST seats in the first season back. It was felt a season was needed for people to settle in. So it will not be possible to move seats until the summer of 2020
  • Any exceptional cases will be handled as one offs by the ticket office
  • Communication will be going out to ST holders clearly stating there will be no moves this summer"
 

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Then they will need to upgrade the offer then. Small amount over 19 games won’t cost the club much. Perceptions. Mind you, a patron who doesn’t take up some of the offers may not be the right person to ask. All in all, I reckon everything needs to settle down. *Wasn’t especially referring to yourself 48K.
how would they upgrade the offer?

they get a free pint and also a program? for a lot more £ paid than those around them.
what could they offer to make someone whose had the first seasons end games who doesn't want to pay again that would make them change their mind?

The club knew who would want to be where and priced accordingly, 1882 in the middle of the park lane and east stand next to the park lane (where they sing shelf side)….
 

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how would they upgrade the offer?

they get a free pint and also a program? for a lot more £ paid than those around them.
what could they offer to make someone whose had the first seasons end games who doesn't want to pay again that would make them change their mind?
Free blood pressure tablets for life?
 

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how would they upgrade the offer?

they get a free pint and also a program? for a lot more £ paid than those around them.
what could they offer to make someone whose had the first seasons end games who doesn't want to pay again that would make them change their mind?
It's a free drink (£5) and food (£~5) and programme (£5).
We get domestic cup games included. They budget on that being a total of 24 games based on their %age refunded to my account this year, so 24*15 = £360 of "freebies" plus (24-19) 5 cup games at say average £75 a game = £375 so £735 in total on top of the comparable £1200 season ticket giving (2200-1935) £265 of "difference" to being an 1882 member. ie. having a private bar and having your name on a sign outside the door. I'm not really seeing a compelling reason for sticking with the 1882 ticket at this point.

the club knew who would want to be where and priced accordingly, 1882 in the middle of the park lane and east stand next to the park lane (where they sing shelf side)….
Some of us 1882 seat holders are in the east stand and were singing Shelf Side yesterday :)
 

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It's a free drink (£5) and food (£~5) and programme (£5).
We get domestic cup games included. They budget on that being a total of 24 games based on their %age refunded to my account this year, so 24*15 = £360 of "freebies" plus (24-19) 5 cup games at say average £75 a game = £375 so £735 in total on top of the comparable £1200 season ticket giving (2200-1935) £265 of "difference" to being an 1882 member. ie. having a private bar and having your name on a sign outside the door. I'm not really seeing a compelling reason for sticking with the 1882 ticket at this point.



Some of us 1882 seat holders are in the east stand and were singing Shelf Side yesterday :)
No way are those cup games worth £75 each. It's domestic cups - really hard to see them being any more than £30 if we've got any intention of filling the ground.
 

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Some of us 1882 seat holders are in the east stand and were singing Shelf Side yesterday :)
thank you, being the sentimental old fool I am at 48, I nearly cried the first time we sang it at the U18s game (i'm in the park lane).
missed the lane so much, wasn't the same at wembley
 

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I was hoping to move as I feel too far away, do you feel the same @48K ? Your view is the same as mine pretty much as you're right by me (at a cost of a grand more)
guess I'll have to be patient and wait until next year.
 
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