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Season Ticket prices for the 2023/24 season will be frozen.

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Due to global economic events we, like all other sectors, are not immune to rising costs and disruption to supply chains, along with higher energy prices. We are, however, acutely aware that everyone is also currently impacted by the rising cost of living. With this in mind, and following consultation with the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust, we can confirm that Season Ticket prices for the 2023/24 season will be frozen.

We recognise and greatly appreciate the ongoing commitment our fans continue to make in showing support for the team.

IMPORTANT: Please retain your existing Digital Season Pass

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mil1lion

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May 7, 2004
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I mean this is actually a good thing but they couldn't increase them in the current situation on the pitch.
 

southlondonyiddo

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Nov 8, 2004
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As a mark of respect and in light of resent decisions & results they should be reduced next season

10% would be a nice gesture
 

SirHarryHotspur

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£2,367 for an 1882 season ticket , hope the foods decent.

I see they have held releasing 22/23 financial accounts until after announcing this increase.
 
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southlondonyiddo

My eyes have seen some of the glory..
Nov 8, 2004
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The cost of living crisis is real, isn’t it?

All those poor bastards who’ve had a ST forever, will soon have zero concessions!!

Thanks for your support, loyalty and years of service 👍🏼
 

marion52

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Dec 10, 2006
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The cost of living crisis is real, isn’t it?

All those poor bastards who’ve had a ST forever, will soon have zero concessions!!

Thanks for your support, loyalty and years of service 👍🏼

there will still be a concession for people of state pension age, it’s just being gradually reduced from 50% to 25% and the age going up in line with the state pension
 

SirHarryHotspur

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Aug 9, 2017
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No need to worry about ST senior citizens , one sitting next to me might have to reduce his usual four cruises a year down to three and a half to pay for his season ticket , on the other side of me they might have to reduce three trips a year to their Italian holiday home down to just two, hard life for some.
 

southlondonyiddo

My eyes have seen some of the glory..
Nov 8, 2004
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No need to worry about ST senior citizens , one sitting next to me might have to reduce his usual four cruises a year down to three and a half to pay for his season ticket , on the other side of me they might have to reduce three trips a year to their Italian holiday home down to just two, hard life for some.
All true but many many more nowhere near living that type of lifestyle. They will have no choice but to give up their ST due to financial issues
 

southlondonyiddo

My eyes have seen some of the glory..
Nov 8, 2004
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there will still be a concession for people of state pension age, it’s just being gradually reduced from 50% to 25% and the age going up in line with the state pension
25/26 season complete removal of new senior concessions
 

CantSmileWithoutYou

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Wtf! My dad's concession in the south stand has been removed!

Fucking livid

He's 75 with onset of Alzheimer's.
 

southlondonyiddo

My eyes have seen some of the glory..
Nov 8, 2004
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Someone got to pay for the extra costs to fill up Joe’s Yacht - and it ain’t gonna be him
 

SirHarryHotspur

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Aug 9, 2017
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Wtf! My dad's concession in the south stand has been removed!

Fucking livid

He's 75 with onset of Alzheimer's.
Not being removed for existing senior citizen ST holders but percentage discounts on full adult price are being lowered over the next five seasons starting 25/26 season.

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.
 
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Dougal

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Nice of them to point out there’s only been one rise of 1.5% since we moved in. Plus this 6% rise. And what was the percentage rise in tickets between the old ground and the new one? I must have missed that bit.
 
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