Ticket Queue Tips

Pedro

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Does anyone know if it’s likely to be ok for my brother to use my Other halves one hotspur membership card for one match? It does say Mrs on the card. I know the access is generally automated, but last time I went there were people scanning the cards too. Cheers.
 

NinjaTuna

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Does anyone know if it’s likely to be ok for my brother to use my Other halves one hotspur membership card for one match? It does say Mrs on the card. I know the access is generally automated, but last time I went there were people scanning the cards too. Cheers.
I took my gf to the legends game, using my dad's membership card. When the fellas outside were scanning the cards, he looked at the name on my dad's card, laughed, looked at my gf and said "hello Mr *insert dad's name*". They let her in without hassle but for a moment I was a bit nervous.
The fellas to our right who were getting theirs scanned were having an argument with the steward - they had kids with them though, so I wonder if they were trying to get kids in on an adult membership....

Anyway, I'm going off on a tangent a bit but basically I guess it just comes down to whether or not you get a nice steward scanning your cards.
Unless anyone else has some more recent info than me on how they are now when scanning
 

Danny1

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Silly question here. I’m a one hotspur plus member and I tried to buy two tickets, one for me and one for dad but it wouldn’t let me. (This is for the Brighton game). Does the second person also need to be a member for me to buy them a ticket?
 

Tottenhamboy85

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Silly question here. I’m a one hotspur plus member and I tried to buy two tickets, one for me and one for dad but it wouldn’t let me. (This is for the Brighton game). Does the second person also need to be a member for me to buy them a ticket?
Yes 1 member = 1 ticket
 

M.I.B.

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Another painful experience trying to get 3 together for Brighton, once more released today and exchange kicked in.

Eventually got some, but had to pay 3 x adult prices where one of us is "young adult". Not given option of purchasing at lower rate.

Is this because of the stand/block we got tickets in? If so, can anyone tell me what stands/blocks are now designated "family" so we can actually try and get tickets in said block at the correct rate?
 

Tottenhamboy85

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Another painful experience trying to get 3 together for Brighton, once more released today and exchange kicked in.

Eventually got some, but had to pay 3 x adult prices where one of us is "young adult". Not given option of purchasing at lower rate.

Is this because of the stand/block we got tickets in? If so, can anyone tell me what stands/blocks are now designated "family" so we can actually try and get tickets in said block at the correct rate?
I think ticket Exchange only price at adults rate regardless of the stand you try
 

M.I.B.

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I think ticket Exchange only price at adults rate regardless of the stand you try
Yeh, am picking that up from previous answers (now I've bothered to read them).

So, under normal members sale periods, what stands/blocks allow "junior" rates then?
Is it like the old days of Paxton being the family stand?
 

Tottenhamboy85

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Yeh, am picking that up from previous answers (now I've bothered to read them).

So, under normal members sale periods, what stands/blocks allow "junior" rates then?
Is it like the old days of Paxton being the family stand?
Paxton definitely and I think there’s a couple blocks in south stand but can’t remember exactly of the top of my head
 

marion52

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I didn’t know that you couldn’t buy concessions on ticket exchange! Bit naughty by the club unless it’s in a stand where there are no concessions
 

waresy

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I didn’t know that you couldn’t buy concessions on ticket exchange! Bit naughty by the club unless it’s in a stand where there are no concessions
I got a consession ticket on exchange for the palace game for my son. There are definately blocks you cannot get lower price tickets.

Could be that the exchange of the ticket is from the originator. ie adult to adult and child to child?
 
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