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Lifelong

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Only when the team is doing well. Think the last third of last season plenty available?
I know the exchange didn’t sell so well end of last season.
Don’t I know it….the last time I had a season ticket, through various unforseen reasons could only make 3 games…the only ticket I got rid of was the nomads…..that was it for me…and the sad thing about it due to mourinho and conte I wasn’t bothered….now however, different story…..although part of me still thinks it could go bandy….but that’s the true Spurs fan in me…😂😂
 

YiddoInPoland

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Is there a way to buy tickets people are selling without being a member? Saw some on stubhub but have no clue if that is a legit route or you still need to be a member?

Flying over for easter and would love to take my 10 year old who i have given the spurs supporting curse too
 

Dzejkob

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SirHarryHotspur

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Membership it is then
Membership will give you the chance to buy on ticket exchange but don't forget you will both need memberships, another downside on ticket exchange is that are no concession prices so even a junior member has to pay full price.
If you check the website they are doing 50% off on memberships at the moment or so it says.
 

YiddoInPoland

You got some statistical evidence to back that up?
Aug 6, 2011
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Membership will give you the chance to buy on ticket exchange but don't forget you will both need memberships, another downside on ticket exchange is that are no concession prices so even a junior member has to pay full price.
If you check the website they are doing 50% off on memberships at the moment or so it says.

Yeah, its not something we will do often so paying full price is just going to be the way it is. Thanks for the heads up will check the website now.
 

THFCjosh

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Outrageous, but not surprising at all though. We had the second biggest matchday revenue just behind United. of £106.1m for the 21/22 season (not sure what the 22/23 season was) There is absolutely no need to increase the season tickets. Particularly when the average matchday revenue per seat is already over £1700 with this increase it takes it to over £1800 which is obscene. Levy and the board don't care about supporter loyalty they only care about lining their pockets.
 

C1w8

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Is there a way to buy tickets people are selling without being a member? Saw some on stubhub but have no clue if that is a legit route or you still need to be a member?

Flying over for easter and would love to take my 10 year old who i have given the spurs supporting curse too


The price of the membership plus retail ticket is probably cheaper than buying from stub hub once they whack on all their fees, definitely so if the membership is on sale like others have said.

Literally did this for a mate a few months back, alsmst bought from stubhub but realised membership ( on sale around black friday) + ticket was cheaper so signed them up instead.

Just have to spend a lot of time refreshing ticket exchange! If you're looking for more than two sat together will probably be difficult mind (2 is tough enough).
 

GioW

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Guys managed to get 2 together for Forest on exchange and should have a very excited 8 year old in the morning.

Just realised though , says both tickets are adult...is this a problem? Cheers
 
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SirHarryHotspur

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Guys managed to get 2 together for Forest on exchange and should have a very excited 8 year old in the morning.

Just realised though , says both tickets are adult...is this a problem? Cheers
It's not a problem , all exchange tickets are only available at Adult prices there are no concessions , it is normal.
 

Wig

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Not that this applies to me but it is pretty outrageous for the club to scrap season ticket concessions for OAPs from next season. I wonder how many seniors will give up their season tickets because of this.

 

SirHarryHotspur

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Not that this applies to me but it is pretty outrageous for the club to scrap season ticket concessions for OAPs from next season. I wonder how many seniors will give up their season tickets because of this.

I am not going to read whatever the Mail says as it's usually wrong , for existing senior citizen ST's they are not being scrapped but the 50% concession rate against the adult price will be reduced over the next few seasons to 25% so existing seniors will still get the ST cheaper.
They are however ceasing to issue any new senior ST's for those reaching pension age from 25/26


We have, therefore, reluctantly taken the decision not to make new senior concession Season Tickets available, starting from Season 2025/26 – however, matchday senior concession tickets will remain available.

- Existing Season Ticket Holders who become eligible for a discounted Season Ticket for the 2024/25 season, will still qualify for a senior concession Season Ticket at a discounted rate of 50 per cent – this applies only to those currently sat within a concession area. All currently held senior concession Season Tickets – prior to Season 2024/25 - are also unaffected next season and will have a 50 per cent discount applied.

- All senior concession Season Tickets will then be phased to a 45 per cent discount in Season 2025/26, to a 40 per cent discount in Season 2026/27, to a 35 per cent discount in Season 2027/28, a 30 per cent discount in Season 2028/29 and a 25 per cent discount in 2029/30, bringing it in line with match day senior concessions and Young Adults. Junior concession Season Tickets will remain at 50 per cent.

- The allocation of senior concession matchday tickets will have a 25 per cent discount applied from Season 2025/26, in line with Young Adults. Matchday Junior concessions will continue to be discounted by 50 per cent.
 

ExpatFan

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I am not going to read whatever the Mail says as it's usually wrong , for existing senior citizen ST's they are not being scrapped but the 50% concession rate against the adult price will be reduced over the next few seasons to 25% so existing seniors will still get the ST cheaper.
They are however ceasing to issue any new senior ST's for those reaching pension age from 25/26


We have, therefore, reluctantly taken the decision not to make new senior concession Season Tickets available, starting from Season 2025/26 – however, matchday senior concession tickets will remain available.

- Existing Season Ticket Holders who become eligible for a discounted Season Ticket for the 2024/25 season, will still qualify for a senior concession Season Ticket at a discounted rate of 50 per cent – this applies only to those currently sat within a concession area. All currently held senior concession Season Tickets – prior to Season 2024/25 - are also unaffected next season and will have a 50 per cent discount applied.

- All senior concession Season Tickets will then be phased to a 45 per cent discount in Season 2025/26, to a 40 per cent discount in Season 2026/27, to a 35 per cent discount in Season 2027/28, a 30 per cent discount in Season 2028/29 and a 25 per cent discount in 2029/30, bringing it in line with match day senior concessions and Young Adults. Junior concession Season Tickets will remain at 50 per cent.

- The allocation of senior concession matchday tickets will have a 25 per cent discount applied from Season 2025/26, in line with Young Adults. Matchday Junior concessions will continue to be discounted by 50 per cent.
Well done Levy, squeezing a few extra quid out of us OAPs to help boost your multimillion pound bonus. Cumt.
 

mil1lion

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Guys managed to get 2 together for Forest on exchange and should have a very excited 8 year old in the morning.

Just realised though , says both tickets are adult...is this a problem? Cheers
Just slap a fake beard on your kid and it'll be fine
 

Dave1882

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Well done Levy, squeezing a few extra quid out of us OAPs to help boost your multimillion pound bonus. Cumt.

6% rise for me, I can accept. Costs have risen, they want to keep income from tickets stable. Ok, so be it. Every company does the same

But the cut to pensioner discount, after a lifetime of support is abhorrent. My Dads been going since late 60’s and this is the thanks he gets for the years of support he’s given and frankly tens of thousands he’s already pumped in
 

Rob

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6% rise for me, I can accept. Costs have risen, they want to keep income from tickets stable. Ok, so be it. Every company does the same

But the cut to pensioner discount, after a lifetime of support is abhorrent. My Dads been going since late 60’s and this is the thanks he gets for the years of support he’s given and frankly tens of thousands he’s already pumped in

I really don't get the economics of it.

It's what? Less than £4m a year. That's fuck all, e.g. Rodon's increase in value this season is more than double that.

Imagine the amazing PR if we'd have reduced season ticket prices as a "thank you" to the fans. That PR would have been cheaper than some of the actual PR campaigns we've launched and the good news story would have got "Tottenham Hotspur Stadium" all over the press again in a positive way. Come on Donna, do your job!

I'd love to know the stats for how many tickets are taken by Koreans. I think it's great they're here but when Sonny leaves they're likely not sticking around. Now is the time to build the next generation of fans.
 

mil1lion

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This is the trouble with demand so high. If they can afford to increase costs and still sell out the stadium they will do it. Gutting for those who have been going for so long. Loyalty should be rewarded. Nothing at all wrong with new fans coming in as well but the ones who have gone for many years should not be paying more year on year.
 
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