Tottenham v Burnley Barclays Premier League Tickets from £8 (£20 for adults) @ Wembley Stadium Sunday 27th August
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Tottenham v Burnley Barclays Premier League Tickets from £8 (£20 for adults) @ Wembley Stadium Sunday 27th August

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Found 9th Aug 2017
Tickets for Tottenham Hotspur v Burnley go on general sale at 9:30am on Thursday 10th August, with prices starting from just £8 for under 18s and over 65s / £20 for adults (plus postage and booking fees)

Hardly a steal, (personally I still think they should generally be cheaper), but it's near impossible to find Premier League tickets this cheap usually - especially in London!
And £8 is very reasonable for concessions, and a perfect treat for footie mad kids to end their summer holidays!

Spurs are playing "Home" fixtures at Wembley Stadium whilst they are building their new stadium - due to be ready for next season.

Please note that these tickets will be in sections allocated for Spurs fans, so opposition fans' shirts would not be permitted.

Please try and resist the urge to turn this into a playground football argument and focus on the deal - though us Spurs fans are used to the abuse!

SPURS v BURNLEY
Premier League
Sunday 27 August
Kick-off: 4pm

Tickets can be purchased by visiting eticketing.com/tottenhamhotspur or by calling 0344 844 0102 option 1.
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Excellent deal.
No point wasting money on poor teams if it was the top teams like Chelsea, Man Utd and Man City then It's a good deal cold for me who wants to watch Burnley
19DembaBa1942 m ago

No point wasting money on poor teams if it was the top teams like Chelsea, …No point wasting money on poor teams if it was the top teams like Chelsea, Man Utd and Man City then It's a good deal cold for me who wants to watch Burnley


What a daft comment. If Spurs were playing any of the teams listed you a) would be unlikely to be able to get tickets and b) they wouldn't be available at this price!

Premiership football generally isn't affordable so what a great opportunity to take a family of 4 for around £60 especially to see some top talent like Kane, Alli, Eriksen, Son, Lloris etc.
19DembaBa1945 m ago

No point wasting money on poor teams if it was the top teams like Chelsea, …No point wasting money on poor teams if it was the top teams like Chelsea, Man Utd and Man City then It's a good deal cold for me who wants to watch Burnley


Lol poor teams.

Man city and Man United spent millions and millions in transfers last season and yet they both finished behind Tottenham.

Voted hot, premier league in games in London this cheap are extremely hard to find.
Edited by: "pedr0barbosa" 9th Aug 2017
... is it that time of year already, oh dear, how dull, this seems to go on for ever!
19DembaBa192 h, 18 m ago

No point wasting money on poor teams if it was the top teams like Chelsea, …No point wasting money on poor teams if it was the top teams like Chelsea, Man Utd and Man City then It's a good deal cold for me who wants to watch Burnley




Me; a Burnley fan living in London.
Edited by: "jblonde002" 9th Aug 2017
What is the point of going all the way to Wembley to watch a poor team play Burnley.
Great deal, but for those travelling into London don't forget all the engineering works that are happening alot of mainline train stations in London.
You'd of thought a "big team" would sell out Wembley, well atleast the first month they were there...
I went for the Charity Shield on Sunday and used this place to park:


wembley-central.co.uk/par…htm

About 10 mins walk and avoid all trains etc. as the queues were crazy!
It's like the 1980s again!
"Spurs are on their way to Wembley..."
Little did Ossie know that in 2017/18 it would be nothing special as they'd be on their way to Wembley at least 27 times during the season!
Edited by: "premierfella" 9th Aug 2017
Yids struggling already hahahaha 🤣🤣
great deal I will defo check this one out
Great deal wounder why the FA carnt do this price for semi finals etc
General Sale will be restricted, not actually open to general public as such.
If the Chelsea tickets were anything to go by, you will need to have been registered with Spurs before 1st July. To register you need to have bought a ticket previously.
toneok2 h, 21 m ago

What is the point of going all the way to Wembley to watch a poor team …What is the point of going all the way to Wembley to watch a poor team play Burnley.

If a 'poor' team finishes 2nd whats the point of going to watch any team play?!
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WalkerboyUK28 m ago

General Sale will be restricted, not actually open to general public as …General Sale will be restricted, not actually open to general public as such.If the Chelsea tickets were anything to go by, you will need to have been registered with Spurs before 1st July. To register you need to have bought a ticket previously.


From what I've seen, I believe they're just restricting sales for the category A / big games to prevent Chelsea fans (etc) from buying tickets in the Spurs end as that's obviously potentially problematic! I don't think it's so much of an issue for games like this.
bpanther1 h, 10 m ago

If a 'poor' team finishes 2nd whats the point of going to watch any team …If a 'poor' team finishes 2nd whats the point of going to watch any team play?!

To find out who finished first
premierfella4 h, 12 m ago

It's like the 1980s again!"Spurs are on their way to Wembley..."Little did …It's like the 1980s again!"Spurs are on their way to Wembley..."Little did Ossie know that in 2017/18 it would be nothing special as they'd be on their way to Wembley at least 27 times during the season!

And can't sell it out
Cold as it's a Tottenham game. If it was an arsenal game I'd vote hot
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