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Tottenham Hotspur vs. Gent (Europa League) £10.00 General Sale (£5 Members) @ Wembley Stadium

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£5.00pp for adult Spurs season tickets/members (+5 Loyalty points for attendance) £10.00pp for adult General Sale purchases Family Package (2 adults + 2 juniors) will cost the same price as 2 adult… Read More
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6m, 4d agoFound 6 months, 4 days ago
£5.00pp for adult Spurs season tickets/members (+5 Loyalty points for attendance)
£10.00pp for adult General Sale purchases
Family Package (2 adults + 2 juniors) will cost the same price as 2 adults.
£5.00pp for concessions (U18s and over 65s)

You can't really argue with that even if you're not a Spurs fanatic.
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3 Likes #1
Good price...I hope the big teams in London do the same.
7 Likes #2
A game Spurs may actually win 11 v 1
But who's the unlucky Gent and how did he manage to get into Europa - the same way as tel aviv?

Edited By: sowotsdis on Dec 22, 2016 00:03
#3
LOOOOOOOOOLLLLLLLL
#4
sowotsdis
A game Spurs may actually win 11 v 1
But who's the unlucky Gent and how did he manage to get into Europa - the same way as tel aviv?
So we havent done as well, as a couple of years gone by
#5
We know no one will attend. £5 is the club saying the same. In other news, taking the boy to WHL for his first game. Villa in FAC £5 too
#6
COYS!
4 Likes #7
I hope the gent wins, he sounds classy
#8
Voted Hot, posted by a Chelsea fan?
#9
This is what it takes for them to fill a big stadium. Joke of a club
3 Likes #10
Liam5170
This is what it takes for them to fill a big stadium. Joke of a club
Seems someone is not very clued up in the stats department. Go look up the record home attendance...google is your friend...
3 Likes #11
Heat added. All ticket prices should be affordable. A credit to the club!

A big LOL to those on a deals website slandering cheap tickets because it's not their club...pathetic!

Hopefully a lot of us who have been priced out of going to matches can go to see this one.

COYS!!
#12
"The deadest team in North London" - Chicken Connoisseur
1 Like #13
JoeSpur
Liam5170
This is what it takes for them to fill a big stadium. Joke of a club
Seems someone is not very clued up in the stats department. Go look up the record home attendance...google is your friend...


Even hull could fill Wembley with the deals spurs were throwing out. Small club
#14
It's a Europa League match against a poor team, all teams do this. Well worth going just to see Wembley Stadium, I strongly doubt you'd find a match held there cheaper.
1 Like #15
Not on sale yet and you have to pay admin charge on top. Bit rude!

I don't support spurs but as they are an english team playing a belgian one I hope they win. As far as a deal its not bad so stop hating just because you don't like Spurs.
1 Like #16
mocmocamoc
It's a Europa League match against a poor team, all teams do this. Well worth going just to see Wembley Stadium, I strongly doubt you'd find a match held there cheaper.
Exactly. A few years ago Manchester City were giving away tickets at this price for a home game against Juventus in the champions league. Smaller stadium, better opposition, more prestigious competition and they still had trouble selling tickets. I think this price says more about the Europa League and the opposition that in does about Spurs.
3 Likes #17
Can't stand the hate, refreshing that a club is pricing to fill a stadium rather than just relying on gouging the loyal fans.

FYI currently on sale for Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum Members. Not Lilywhite or General Admission yet.
#18
Clubs often put out a team of reserves in this competition, so would have no business charging a high price when their first team regulars are absent or on the bench. But a tenner or £20 for family of 4 for a night out at Wembley (as long as you don't go near the food and drink outlets) is a good deal.

Edited By: androoski on Jan 11, 2017 10:23
#19
Adult membership is currently in the January Sale at just £20
#20
Given Spurs woeful record of fielding weakened, poorly set up teams in EFL and Champions League competitions this season I'm not surprised they're reduced to having to buy a bit of goodwill with these prices-or is it a sign that they're not taking this competition seriously either and we can expect to see another team made up of bit part players and "ones for the future"?

Yes I'll be there but being a Spurs supporter doesn't half make you cynical at times.
#21
Liam5170
JoeSpur
Liam5170
This is what it takes for them to fill a big stadium. Joke of a club
Seems someone is not very clued up in the stats department. Go look up the record home attendance...google is your friend...
Even hull could fill Wembley with the deals spurs were throwing out. Small club
Bore off!
1 Like #22
Never been to Wembley. Gonna take my lad down. Booked hotel Wembley (Travelodge though)2 adults with breakfast £38. Hope can get tickets general admission tickets now though.
#23
Gordinho
Given Spurs woeful record of fielding weakened, poorly set up teams in EFL and Champions League competitions this season I'm not surprised they're reduced to having to buy a bit of goodwill with these prices-or is it a sign that they're not taking this competition seriously either and we can expect to see another team made up of bit part players and "ones for the future"?

Yes I'll be there but being a Spurs supporter doesn't half make you cynical at times.
But being a Spurs supporter, we are always crying out to see these players! Maybe not all at the same time, but still... our 2nd team is still as good or better than half the premier league, which is still the toughest league in Europe. Sure I'd like to see Kane et al, but for £20 I'd be happy seeing whoever we put out, so long as we play well and the atmosphere is good. Also it gives the team (and us fans) a chance to get ready for when we play the FA Cup final here :D

COYS!!
1 Like #24
JoeSpur
Gordinho
Given Spurs woeful record of fielding weakened, poorly set up teams in EFL and Champions League competitions this season I'm not surprised they're reduced to having to buy a bit of goodwill with these prices-or is it a sign that they're not taking this competition seriously either and we can expect to see another team made up of bit part players and "ones for the future"?
Yes I'll be there but being a Spurs supporter doesn't half make you cynical at times.
But being a Spurs supporter, we are always crying out to see these players! Maybe not all at the same time, but still... our 2nd team is still as good or better than half the premier league, which is still the toughest league in Europe. Sure I'd like to see Kane et al, but for £20 I'd be happy seeing whoever we put out, so long as we play well and the atmosphere is good. Also it gives the team (and us fans) a chance to get ready for when we play the FA Cup final here :D
COYS!!
Call me sad, call me old fashioned but rather than prioritising competitions I think if we enter one we should go all out to win it, we should have been playing there next month in the League Cup rather than sending a development squad to 'Pool and sacrificing the tournament.

Wrong place for this conversation though! :)

COYS
#25
You couldn't pay me to go to this, not because it's Spurs (I support West Ham) but getting home from an evening game and Wembley is awful. Our infrastructure around the national stadium is awful. Go to Real Madrid or Barcelona and with 90k fans you'll be back in the city centre in 15 minutes.
#26
Mada06
You couldn't pay me to go to this, not because it's Spurs (I support West Ham) but getting home from an evening game and Wembley is awful. Our infrastructure around the national stadium is awful. Go to Real Madrid or Barcelona and with 90k fans you'll be back in the city centre in 15 minutes.
I have heard about that... that's the only thing that worries me, but I would like to experience New Wembley at least once...
1 Like #27
Gordinho
JoeSpur
Gordinho
Given Spurs woeful record of fielding weakened, poorly set up teams in EFL and Champions League competitions this season I'm not surprised they're reduced to having to buy a bit of goodwill with these prices-or is it a sign that they're not taking this competition seriously either and we can expect to see another team made up of bit part players and "ones for the future"?
Yes I'll be there but being a Spurs supporter doesn't half make you cynical at times.
But being a Spurs supporter, we are always crying out to see these players! Maybe not all at the same time, but still... our 2nd team is still as good or better than half the premier league, which is still the toughest league in Europe. Sure I'd like to see Kane et al, but for £20 I'd be happy seeing whoever we put out, so long as we play well and the atmosphere is good. Also it gives the team (and us fans) a chance to get ready for when we play the FA Cup final here :D
COYS!!
Call me sad, call me old fashioned but rather than prioritising competitions I think if we enter one we should go all out to win it, we should have been playing there next month in the League Cup rather than sending a development squad to 'Pool and sacrificing the tournament.

Wrong place for this conversation though! :)

COYS
Agree 100%

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