Wembley Season Ticket Prices

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  1. JollyHappy

    JollyHappy Well-Known Member

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    Now comes the fun once the club announces prices for the rest of the tickets. Chelsea may be fairly priced but I wonder how much for a Burnley ticket!
     
  2. Saoirse

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    Personally I reckon it'll be starting from £25 for Cat C games, with those seats being high in the upper tier
     
  3. luRRka

    luRRka Well-Known Member

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    With the cheapest season ticket being £35 odd per match, it would be a bit of an insult to he able to buy tickets cheaper
     
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  4. Lee82

    Lee82 New Member

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    Surely the club should still offer season tickets for Wembley now they've reached the magical 40k number but just make it clear that new purchases will no longer be eligible for automatic season ticket at the new stadium?
     
  5. Phischy

    Phischy The Spursy One

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    The noises are that will be happening. There will be 1 year only tickets and 4 game multi-game package tickets, which tend to be a range of attractiveness of games with one Cat A in there to retain the appeal.
     
  6. Sandros Shiny Head

    Sandros Shiny Head Well-Known Member

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    Why? it would mean you pay £10 over the going rate for less important games with better seats and getting the big games for well under market value
     
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  7. Saoirse

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    I'd be thinking around £25 Cat C, £30 Cat B, £40 Cat A. Going to every game that would cost £642.75 including the booking fees, which would be only slightly below the lowest season ticket prices for worse seats. Probably the best balance between trying to sell out games and not pissing off ST holders.
     
  8. Phischy

    Phischy The Spursy One

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    The only way a Season Ticket holder won't be upset is if they are not paying more than a General Sale person sat next to them at each game. Imagine buying a multipack of Coke and it costing more than buying 6 individual cans?! A season ticket should be less than the cost of 19 games.
     
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  9. Saoirse

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    Obviously not sat next to them! I'm talking about the higher rows of the Upper Tier where season tickets weren't offered and the view is worse.
     
  10. DiscoD1882

    DiscoD1882 SC Supporter

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    Good Work Season Ticket buddies. we got there in the end :)
     
  11. WalkerboyUK

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    5000 season tickets apparently being made available to residents of the Wembley area.
     
  12. RicOfPeace

    RicOfPeace Active Member

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    Why? It it's our home ground should only be selling to spurs supporters
     
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  13. SandroClegane

    SandroClegane BSoDL

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    gotta grow the fanbase, that's a good way to do it.
     
  14. Pimp_Spur

    Pimp_Spur Active Member

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    Fuck them. What about us fans that just missed out on a ST and have been and will continue to support spurs forever and not just for 1 season because we live near Wembley stadium.
     
  15. Speedy

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    Surely only a Spurs supporter would buy one?
    We offered almost the entire season ticket waiting list. If you just missed a season ticket you can't have been on the list very long - I mean no offence by this, ive been on the wrong end in the past as well. But the system does reward loyalty

    *clarity - ten years from 2005 on waiting list for a st
     
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  16. Saoirse

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    The quota for local residents is a pretty standard planning condition. Remember we needed the council on our side, else we'd have been limited to a 50,000 capacity for all our home games. It doesn't seem like there'll even be 5,000 people wanting them anyway - how many people are willing to spend the best part of a grand or more on a season ticket, but aren't Bronze members?
     
  17. SandroClegane

    SandroClegane BSoDL

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    They're not getting access once we move back to WHL. It's literally for one year in a stadium that seats 90,000 people, and outside of the Cat A games won't sell out every match this season.
     
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    nicdic Official SC Padre Admin

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  20. Lighty64

    Lighty64 Glory Glory

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    oh well was told to phone up towards end of the month, but once I saw the ST holders had ended, thought id give them a try to see if any where still available for disabled section.

    nope:(:cry::cry:
     

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