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Old 03.07.2018, 12:58 PM
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Default Ticket sales dates for Seahawks v Raiders are now confirmed

The Tottenham Hotspur stadium is reaching an exciting stage with the installation of our football field, complete with NFL shield. We can now confirm on-sale dates for tickets for the Seattle Seahawks v Oakland Raiders game on 14 October, 2018.

Starting with Hospitality packages later this month, ticket sales will take place on the dates below. We will be offering all Wembley season ticket holders a priority window during which they will be able to purchase the same number of tickets as they purchased for Wembley – up to a maximum of four.

Hospitality Packages: A range of hospitality packages will go on sale from 10 a.m. on Tuesday, 17 July, 2018. Full package and pricing information will be confirmed on 12 July 2018.

Priority Wembley Season ticket holders sale: This will take place in early September to allow for the final confirmation of the seating inventory following the new stadium’s test events. This ensures that the NFL-specific seating configuration, e.g. allowing for additional camera positions requested by broadcasters, will not prevent us delivering the best possible fan experience

Wembley season ticket holders will have the benefit of a 48 hour priority sales window between 10 a.m. on Tuesday, 4 September and Thursday, 6 September, 2018. Tickets will be sold as ‘best available’ and Wembley season ticket holders will be eligible to purchase the same number of tickets as they purchased for Wembley – up to limit of four.

Any remaining tickets will go on sale after the priority season ticket holder sale in September.
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Old 03.07.2018, 01:29 PM
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Whay are we being ask to register an interest in tickets for games we like to go this year, with the pormise of being informed before anyone else only for us to find out at the same time as anybody else. What is the point of registering?
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Whay are we being ask to register an interest in tickets for games we like to go this year, with the pormise of being informed before anyone else only for us to find out at the same time as anybody else. What is the point of registering?
It's marketing
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And the Hospitality tickets go on sale SIX weeks before the Season ticket holders get the chance to get their (reduced) number of tickets.

I wonder which one of Ticketmasters 3rd parties will be allowing my new card details out on the internet this year?
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And the Hospitality tickets go on sale SIX weeks before the Season ticket holders get the chance to get their (reduced) number of tickets.

I wonder which one of Ticketmasters 3rd parties will be allowing my new card details out on the internet this year?
The hospitality area is finite. There wont be any camera positions in those areas to cause loss of seats. These amongst other logistical things, wont be known until they can position stuff on site.
If youre getting hospitality seats you either have the finances to not be burdened by the cost or you may support one of the 2 teams and want to make it a "one off" experience.
Also splits these x thousand ticket sales off from what will know doubt be a troublesome general seating window. Surely, having say 2-3000 less tickets to sell is better than everyone going at once. If im willing to part with the best part of £200 for a premium seat i wouldnt want to be in a queue for an hour or worse booted/timed out from seat queue.
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I like how you already have “best available” in quotation marks as these usually are in fact not the best seats.
Anyway, will there be under 16-pricing?
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Yeah I was wondering that, so not sold where you can choose your block then?
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what happened to the pricing announcement.Wasn't it supposed to be today?
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what happened to the pricing announcement.Wasn't it supposed to be today?
They have announced Hospitality via an email. At the foot of the email, its says prices for Season Tkt folks will be between £55 and £299!!

More detailed prices will be posted soon.

£55 lowest price ticket!? Thats terrible. Just one more nail in the coffin of not attending Sh!te Hart Lane.
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They have announced Hospitality via an email. At the foot of the email, its says prices for Season Tkt folks will be between £55 and £299!!

More detailed prices will be posted soon.

£55 lowest price ticket!? Thats terrible. Just one more nail in the coffin of not attending Sh!te Hart Lane.
Higher price was to be expected (unfortunately) due less capacity yet similar outlay to Wembley.
Also, £55 is still "cheap" compared to what some of the starting prices for single game tickets in the US are for some teams. Top tier of an endzone at Metlife is $100 (£75) Club level on the halfway line is $520 (£390) a game. Obviously there can be tickets much cheaper on ticket exchanges if the team is having a rough season *cough* 2017 *cough*

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Ticket prices are a factor as to why there arent games in Europe even a NFL hot bed like Germany. People are reluctant to pay that much for a sporting event (top flight soccer in Germany is €20-40)

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