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yido_number1

Spurs supporter, unlike some.
Joined
Jun 8, 2004
Messages
5,199
#64
I've always wondered, how do these guys not get told off by the police? Do they just shut up when the police are about?!
Always get's me aswell it's so obvious. I guess in reality they have more important things to do on the day like prevent violence and drunk and disorderly behaviour.
 

NinjaTuna

Active Member
Joined
Jul 9, 2017
Messages
773
#72
Thank you, you bastards had me worried :confused::eek:
It's fine, you would have only needed your membership pass if the ticket was loaded onto it. Because you have a paper ticket, there is no reason for you to have your pass (y) enjoy the game mate, gutted i can't go
 

homer hotspur

Active Member
Joined
Dec 7, 2014
Messages
560
#74
I am a Lilywhite member as are my 2 sons and we go to a few games per season. I met up with a friend the other day who I used to go to lots of games with and he asked about going to a game this season with me. Looking at the remaining fixtures I think most likely candidates are Watford, Leicester and Huddersfield- can't see guest tickets becoming available for Man City or any further FA Cup or CL games. I just wanted to check my understanding of the guest tickets system. I am assuming that none of the above matches will be classified as 'restricted games'. I haven't quite worked out how you 'register on the club's database' anyway as a non-member? Once tickets go to Guest sale day I assume I am allowed to apply for the extra tickets but do they have to sit with us. What I am getting at here is could I secure our tickets first ,in the main members window, and then go back and get their tickets on the guest sale day. My problem is I don't want to risk not getting our tickets first - my friend and his son will not mind sitting elsewhere from us. I hope this rambled question is clear enough to be understood
 

southlondonyiddo

My eyes have seen some of the glory..
Joined
Nov 8, 2004
Messages
7,523
#75
Missed out by 14 points for a trip to Turin

Just got an email from the club saying I’ve been successful in my application to Spotlands on Sunday

Not much difference really and you only needed 51 loyalty points which is just about the lowest number I’ve ever seen
 

fingersinc

Active Member
Joined
Jul 28, 2006
Messages
136
#77
Missed out by 14 points for a trip to Turin

Just got an email from the club saying I’ve been successful in my application to Spotlands on Sunday

Not much difference really and you only needed 51 loyalty points which is just about the lowest number I’ve ever seen
It's only 51 points because the allocation is 3,500. Still sold out for a game with 10 days notice. Great away support yet again.
 
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