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yawa

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How easy is it to get a ticket these days without a one hotspur membership?

I don’t get to many games these days as I live overseas.

I’m planning to come over and a mate who recently moved to London fancies going to a game. It’s probably the only game he’ll go to this year.

£50 + ticket price is quite a lot for 1 game.
 

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How easy is it to get a ticket these days without a one hotspur membership?

I don’t get to many games these days as I live overseas.

I’m planning to come over and a mate who recently moved to London fancies going to a game. It’s probably the only game he’ll go to this year.

£50 + ticket price is quite a lot for 1 game.
Yeah, I'd like to know also as I want to get tickets for me, my missus and our daughter for her birthday in November, aiming for the Bournemouth game. I'm looking forward to oiling my neck.😉
 

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How easy is it to get a ticket these days without a one hotspur membership?

I don’t get to many games these days as I live overseas.

I’m planning to come over and a mate who recently moved to London fancies going to a game. It’s probably the only game he’ll go to this year.

£50 + ticket price is quite a lot for 1 game.
That is going to be extremely difficult imho. It’s tough with a one plus membership, let alone with nothing.

Ticket exchange for a bad game is your only hope imho but you may even need one for that now, I’m not sure.
 

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You have really no chance, given the fact that all tickets purchased through the club are issued via membership cards, unless you lose the card or have forgotten it.
Otherwise tickets are got through their travel partners.
With regards to pricing, gone are the days when you could see a spurs game for less than £50, given the amount of these ticket compared to the rest.
The Ticket exchange is good, but it would be very hard to get three tickets together, but i think you should be able to use this for most matches. But expect to pay anything. Best to see what fixtures arent on 3pm on a Saturday and looking at these.
 
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How easy is it to get a ticket these days without a one hotspur membership?

I don’t get to many games these days as I live overseas.

I’m planning to come over and a mate who recently moved to London fancies going to a game. It’s probably the only game he’ll go to this year.

£50 + ticket price is quite a lot for 1 game.
I’ve just been told I’ve got two tickets for the Southhampton game (yippee). It does take a bit of planning and commitment though - current membership of Club and OzSpurs as a starter. Coming over with my 9-year-old daughter. Six of my children have been and now only the 3-year-old to come!
 
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yawa

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You basically have zero chance through official methods without membership, and even then your chances are slim.
Shame. I’ll have to tell him he’ll need to become a one hotspur member.

At least he gets a birthday card and a scarf out of it.
 

yawa

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£50+ a ticket is quite a lot for 19 games too. Try a domestic Cup game.
Does seem like a bit of a con. I’d rather they built the cost into the ticket. Then if you can’t get to many games you don’t pay as much.

This one match is already going to cost me plane ticket + trains + taxis etc. We better fucking win.
 

yawa

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I’ve just been told I’ve got two tickets for the Southhampton game (yippee). It does take a bit of planning and commitment though - current membership of Club and OzSpurs as a starter. Coming over with my 9-year-old daughter. Six of my children have been and now only the 3-year-old to come!
My son was 1 year old a couple of days ago. Got him his first spurs kit but probably a few years from going to a game.

I remember reading a post on here a while back about someone taking there kid to WHL and it lasted about 5 mins as they didn’t like the noise.

I’m really looking forward to taking him in a few years however.
 

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Have just been taking a look as I've told the Mrs I'm planning on dragging her up to London at some point, and have spotted that for the first batch of games you still need a membership to buy on the ticket exchange because they never made it to general sale. Seems a bit sneaky, but I'm tempted to pick up a membership and then try and get up to a couple of matches this season.

One question I do have though is if I were to get a membership, would I be able to buy more than one ticket via the exchange - and specifically, buy additional tickets for non-members? I really don't want to have to get two memberships, since the chances of the 2nd one getting used more than once are about zero given it'll have to be in the name of the Mrs!
 
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Not renewed this year. The price of memberships alone before you even buy a ticket is very pricey and it does not help that I'm a good 1hr 45 from Euston. I worked out a membership for me and my 7 year old, an adult ticket and a junior ticket to a tier 2 game and return train travel would be £270.

So i planned on getting him to see Spurs away when they play north of London. You'll never get a ticket away I hear you say. Well you won't....in the Spurs end.

Picked up 2 tickets on general sale this morning in the City end for Saturday. £110 for 2 tickets including return train travel. Obvs no singing or celebrating....but the seats are fantastic (half way up on half way line) and my lad will have a much better view of the game than being behind the goal. His first time seeing Spurs! He can't wait!
 
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Not renewed this year. The price of memberships alone before you even buy a ticket is very pricey and it does not help that I'm a good 1hr 45 from Euston. I worked out a membership for me and my 7 year old, an adult ticket and a junior ticket to a tier 2 game and return train travel would be £270.

So i planned on getting him to see Spurs away when they play north of London. You'll never get a ticket away I hear you say. Well you won't....in the Spurs end.

Picked up 2 tickets on general sale this morning in the City end for Saturday. £110 for 2 tickets including return train travel. Obvs no singing or celebrating....but the seats are fantastic (half way up on half way line) and my lad will have a much better view of the game than being behind the goal. His first time seeing Spurs! He can't wait!
There’s plenty of tickets going in the Spurs end on Saturday
 

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Not renewed this year. The price of memberships alone before you even buy a ticket is very pricey and it does not help that I'm a good 1hr 45 from Euston. I worked out a membership for me and my 7 year old, an adult ticket and a junior ticket to a tier 2 game and return train travel would be £270.

So i planned on getting him to see Spurs away when they play north of London. You'll never get a ticket away I hear you say. Well you won't....in the Spurs end.

Picked up 2 tickets on general sale this morning in the City end for Saturday. £110 for 2 tickets including return train travel. Obvs no singing or celebrating....but the seats are fantastic (half way up on half way line) and my lad will have a much better view of the game than being behind the goal. His first time seeing Spurs! He can't wait!
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Looking to come over from Australia for a game or two in March.

One Hotspur + member but the tickets for those games aren't on sale until 25th of November (Wolves) so I'll probably just have to spend $500+ AUD on one of those premium packages to make sure of it.
 
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