Spurs Summer Tour 2017

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I have not seen ticket prices for these matches - but I suspect they will be quite a bit higher than an average ticket to WHL. So, there is some expectation that the quality of football will be more than just going through the motions.
I am still waiting for ticket prices for Spurs matches - but to give you an example of what the organizers of this International Champions Cup are doing:

Thursday morning, I went to StubHub to check out ticket prices for the Barcelona and Real Madrid exhibition game taking place this July in Miami.

The most affordable ticket was $540 for the nosebleed section.

Seats behind the goals started at $900 while midfield tickets averaged $1,500.

Ticketmaster, meantime, had a $350 "standing room only" ticket on the upper deck. There was another $450 ticket for an alcohol-free "supporter's section," also on that same level, which is reserved for Barca and Real fans.


Football organizers are using the US as a cash machine right now - and they did the same thing in the COPA last summer.

Spurs matches won't be as expensive as the fake El Clasico, but I suspect the tickets will be outrageously expensive. I would have rather seen Spurs do another MLS tour, where at least the ticket prices would have been reasonable.
 
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I am still waiting for ticket prices for Spurs matches - but to give you an example of what the organizers of this International Champions Cup are doing:

Thursday morning, I went to StubHub to check out ticket prices for the Barcelona and Real Madrid exhibition game taking place this July in Miami.

The most affordable ticket was $540 for the nosebleed section.

Seats behind the goals started at $900 while midfield tickets averaged $1,500.

Ticketmaster, meantime, had a $350 "standing room only" ticket on the upper deck. There was another $450 ticket for an alcohol-free "supporter's section," also on that same level, which is reserved for Barca and Real fans.


Football organizers are using the US as a cash machine right now - and they did the same thing in the COPA last summer.

Spurs matches won't be as expensive as the fake El Clasico, but I suspect the tickets will be outrageously expensive. I would have rather seen Spurs do another MLS tour, where at least the ticket prices would have been reasonable.
Not going to be that bad here in NJ. $40-$150.

Also, the organizers aren't selling tickets through stubhub. That game sold out so it's brokers and other people selling at those prices.
 

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I am still waiting for ticket prices for Spurs matches - but to give you an example of what the organizers of this International Champions Cup are doing:

Thursday morning, I went to StubHub to check out ticket prices for the Barcelona and Real Madrid exhibition game taking place this July in Miami.

The most affordable ticket was $540 for the nosebleed section.

Seats behind the goals started at $900 while midfield tickets averaged $1,500.

Ticketmaster, meantime, had a $350 "standing room only" ticket on the upper deck. There was another $450 ticket for an alcohol-free "supporter's section," also on that same level, which is reserved for Barca and Real fans.


Football organizers are using the US as a cash machine right now - and they did the same thing in the COPA last summer.

Spurs matches won't be as expensive as the fake El Clasico, but I suspect the tickets will be outrageously expensive. I would have rather seen Spurs do another MLS tour, where at least the ticket prices would have been reasonable.

I am staggered that any fan is even writing this stuff?

Why would two filthy rich teams go to Miami during a 90 degree heat soaked month, with close to 80 percent humidity to play a game of football?


Go figure.
 
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@SandroClegane how are the seats in RBA? Anything I should look to avoid when ordering tickets?
Not a bad seat in the house, honestly. Spurs supporter sections now stretch through 101, 102, & 133. We have over 600 official supporters club members seated so should be a good time.

There's not really any sections I'd avoid, I just know Roma support will be opposite us in section 118 (although not sure how much Roma support there will be).
 

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Not a bad seat in the house, honestly. Spurs supporter sections now stretch through 101, 102, & 133. We have over 600 official supporters club members seated so should be a good time.

There's not really any sections I'd avoid, I just know Roma support will be opposite us in section 118 (although not sure how much Roma support there will be).
I was able to get tickets for section 114. I couldn't really figure out how to pick a specific section and had it search a couple times but I was buying 8 tickets and didn't want to mess with it too much. Appreciate the help, can't wait to go!
 

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I get my pre-sale code tomorrow and will be booking the same section!!
Use code TITANSICC - and try now - Spurs Supporters Sections are 122-125 rows A-S - I think most are gone in those sections - but there are still plenty available a little further up and also around the stadium
 

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Not a bad seat in the house, honestly. Spurs supporter sections now stretch through 101, 102, & 133. We have over 600 official supporters club members seated so should be a good time.

There's not really any sections I'd avoid, I just know Roma support will be opposite us in section 118 (although not sure how much Roma support there will be).
Yeah, no italians in New York ;)
 

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There are two pre-sale dates - at least for Nashville - the one that everyone signed up for starts tomorrow. But the local Spurs Supporter Club and the NFL season-ticket holders had a pre-sale code that started today.

The other code to try is SPUR17
 

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Thanks all, got through with the ICC code but then it wouldn't let me use my UK ticketmaster account or set one up. Gonna try again later
 

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I am staggered that any fan is even writing this stuff?

Why would two filthy rich teams go to Miami during a 90 degree heat soaked month, with close to 80 percent humidity to play a game of football?


Go figure.
tons of latinos in south florida. basically every kid from the rio grande to tierra del fuego grows up supporting real or barca.
 
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Not a bad seat in the house, honestly. Spurs supporter sections now stretch through 101, 102, & 133. We have over 600 official supporters club members seated so should be a good time.

There's not really any sections I'd avoid, I just know Roma support will be opposite us in section 118 (although not sure how much Roma support there will be).
Have the supporter sections increased any further? Looks like those 3 are all full. Where would be the next best/fun seating? Are the ones near the corner flags good? (like 104,105,106 or on the other side 129,132?)

Thanks for the help! Really excited. Gonna be my first game ever.
 
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Use code TITANSICC - and try now - Spurs Supporters Sections are 122-125 rows A-S - I think most are gone in those sections - but there are still plenty available a little further up and also around the stadium
Thanks for the code. I got my tickets in the Supporters Section this morning. I never thought I would see the day where I only had to drive 1.5 hours to see the team play.
 
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Have the supporter sections increased any further? Looks like those 3 are all full. Where would be the next best/fun seating? Are the ones near the corner flags good? (like 104,105,106 or on the other side 129,132?)

Thanks for the help! Really excited. Gonna be my first game ever.
Try 132 & 103 first, and if not you should be fine in any of the sections near the corner flags.