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Rev John Ripsher

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Wooowoooo.... 25,001 - 40,000 on the waiting list are being served now, getting closer..... I am at 42,293...

http://m.tottenhamhotspur.com/renewals/season-tickets/

Upgrade opportunity for Bronze Members
We are delighted to announce an additional season tickets are being released for Wembley and our New Stadium. These are being offered to One Hotspur Bronze Members based on their position on the Season Ticket Waiting List.

Season Tickets have been on sale for the last two weeks to the top section of the Season Ticket Waiting List. This initial sales window has now closed and we have recognised during this process that many of our Bronze Members eligible to purchase are waiting to buy with friends and family further down the list. This week we have been offering the opportunity to additional groups of eligible Bronze Members in quick succession. From 10am this morning (Thursday 29 June),One Hotspur Bronze Members who are between position 25,001 and 40,000 on the Season Ticket Waiting List can purchase a Season Ticket.

Please ensure we have accurate and up-to-date contact details for you and regularly check your email to ensure you don’t miss out. Click here to check and update and your details.

Upgrading this Season will guarantee you a Season Ticket at our New Stadium and you will be consulted on your seat location at our new home. If you choose not to upgrade this season, you will retain your position on the Season Ticket Waiting List, however, you will only be offered a Season Ticket in our New Stadium should any of our 2017/2018 Season Ticket Holders choose not to renew their Season Ticket for the first season in our new home. In the event of any Season Tickets becoming available at that time, these will be offered in waiting list order.

For further details on the benefits of Season Tickets please click here

Please note, that in this late stage of the process, tickets are not guaranteed and are subject to availability. Below are some questions and answers to help guide you through the process.
 
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Glenjamin

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Jeez sounds like first come first serve for the waiting list?!
Spose in reality if you are way back on the list chances are you only have membership to try and help get the odd ticket, so probably won't fork out for an ST. Personally I was glad it went back to 30000 as my reason for not getting over is different. Last minute flights are brutal.
 
Rev John Ripsher

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Right, I have just had my email saying I can get a season ticket tomorrow, BUT it may be in blocks 532-547, which is way behind the goal, in a position I absolutely hate...............

Bollox.....:mad:

Let's see what happens when I click on tomorrow.
 
The Cryptkeeper

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Guys, I have also received the email and want to take up the option. Given I am in Australia though and would only get to a couple of games a year (until I move back on day, fingers crossed) , can someone please enlighten me as to how the ticket exchange system works? Is it easy to distribute tickets from Australia (I obviously would only even want face value, this is not a money making venture for me).
 
Finchbee

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Guys, I have also received the email and want to take up the option. Given I am in Australia though and would only get to a couple of games a year (until I move back on day, fingers crossed) , can someone please enlighten me as to how the ticket exchange system works? Is it easy to distribute tickets from Australia (I obviously would only even want face value, this is not a money making venture for me).
I am hoping its a question of just saying you want to sell it.!! I am going to have sell a few of mine
 
Glenjamin

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Guys, I have also received the email and want to take up the option. Given I am in Australia though and would only get to a couple of games a year (until I move back on day, fingers crossed) , can someone please enlighten me as to how the ticket exchange system works? Is it easy to distribute tickets from Australia (I obviously would only even want face value, this is not a money making venture for me).
I believe you just go into your members area and push the ticket into general sale and a paper ticket collected on the day by the individual. Money making won't be an option now as stub hub has been kicked to the curb so tickets must go to cost price. Might be more advanced than that but I don't think where you are located will make any difference. Only thing is id guess you will lose out on a few quid this year as 90,000 seats will take alot to fill. I've basically written off this season in terms of any return but once we are in the new WHL then I reckon most games you can't make will sell.
 
Don Diaz

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You might find a huge number of tickets on the resale platform next season, on the basis that tickets will be easy to get with a capacity of 80k+ so it will depend where buyers want to sit. I have 2 mates, one a Leeds fan and one a Saints fan, both of whom are buying Lilywhite memberships for next season to come and watch Spurs at Wembley. It's literally 20 minutes down the road.
 
Flump

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Any games I don't want I've got plenty of mates who will pay me face value for the odd game here and there. Any games you put up for resale have to be sold at face value or lower next season and the money you receive will either be available for transfer into your bank or saved and deducted from your ticket price for the season after. But as others have already said, there will be plenty knocking about.

The members currently being offered a ST who are in the 40 and 50k on the waiting list, are you guaranteed a ST in the new ground with that?
 
Don Diaz

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Any games I don't want I've got plenty of mates who will pay me face value for the odd game here and there. Any games you put up for resale have to be sold at face value or lower next season and the money you receive will either be available for transfer into your bank or saved and deducted from your ticket price for the season after. But as others have already said, there will be plenty knocking about.

The members currently being offered a ST who are in the 40 and 50k on the waiting list, are you guaranteed a ST in the new ground with that?
Yes I think you are......? It's interesting because this is proving the acid test (in a way) of whether you bought Bronze membership for the ST waiting list or the advantage of earlier access to getting 'normal' match tickets. I reckon for most games both at Wembley and New WHL, that if you have a bronze membership with a reasonable number of loyalty points say 170+ then you'll get a ticket for almost every game of choice.
 
Flump

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Yes I think you are......? It's interesting because this is proving the acid test (in a way) of whether you bought Bronze membership for the ST waiting list or the advantage of earlier access to getting 'normal' match tickets. I reckon for most games both at Wembley and New WHL, that if you have a bronze membership with a reasonable number of loyalty points say 170+ then you'll get a ticket for almost every game of choice.
I hope so. I've got mates who got their seats today, one was over 50k on the list. I can't believe it's gone that far down the list given they only released just over 18k.
 
Flump

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Plenty of new ST holders on here now so it will be good to get a meet up organised
 
Rev John Ripsher

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OK I have gotten confused.com, Question...at which point can you get the ST on credit?
 
Don Diaz

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OK I have gotten confused.com, Question...at which point can you get the ST on credit?
You apply for the season ticket and it all goes through with an email confirmation but £0.00 and then the following day it debits your account. At some stage between those two events you select the finance option and pay monthly. Check who has done it on this thread- they'll tell you.
 
Finchbee

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OK I have gotten confused.com, Question...at which point can you get the ST on credit?
When you have chosen seat and checked out 1st time you have only reserved, after 24 hours you need to go and complete the transaction. At this stage you have the choice pay by card or v12 finance, clicking on the finance you then apply. After that you get mail from finance company to complete electronically

Takes about 10 mins but remember to put a space in the postcode
 
Glenjamin

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Green Man, beer, food, sing song, garden and close to the stadium. What's not to like....plus several of us know it.
Great bar! Plenty of room to which is brilliant! Bollocks to get a drink though in full flow!
 
Dorset

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Yes I think you are......? It's interesting because this is proving the acid test (in a way) of whether you bought Bronze membership for the ST waiting list or the advantage of earlier access to getting 'normal' match tickets. I reckon for most games both at Wembley and New WHL, that if you have a bronze membership with a reasonable number of loyalty points say 170+ then you'll get a ticket for almost every game of choice.
Yep, I've got a Bronze membership for early ticket access, it has worked fine and I have got all the tickets I wanted, except for last season of course. I got the ST offer email a while back but it wouldn't be any use to me cos I can't go to evening or late kick off games - no trains home, and the travel cost is pushing £100 now. Add that to a minimum £700 season ticket and I can't be having that! I did some maffamattics and worked out that I would be paying £100 per ticket even if I went to 6 games because there will probably be a lot of unpopular games that won't sell on the resale market due to the humungous amount of folks who don't want to go and see us mullah Huddersfield on a Monday night.

So I'll be going back to 3 or 4 games a season (if the boss lets me!). I think I should be OK getting the tickets I want as I don't give a fuck where I sit and there's only one of me.
 
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Dorset

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Mate, you aren't on my list, but you might be on someone else's list. I would be so pissed off if someone on my list made it that easy that I'd move them up to the top, spoils all the fun when list members stand on a box wearing a fluorescent yellow jacket with a a target on their backs waving a flag and holding up a sign saying 'here I am'. I'd delete this if I were you, because there's some seriously mental folks around, some of them are not even mental but have a list, that is with them always, waiting for an opportunity......
 
Finchbee

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Oh and forgot the best bit....in our member pack we will get an exclusive money cant buy keyring with blades of grass from WHL
 

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