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Old 17.01.2018, 10:28 PM
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Didnt say they hadnt increased the prices, just i hadnt paid more. It was implied that they increase the ticket price for all seats year on year.
Also have a better view (imo) now then i did back in 2013.
With the reduced capacity and therefore greater demand i expect WHL tix to have a 10-20% rise.
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Old 11.02.2018, 12:17 AM
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Spurs applied to Haringey council at the end of January to increase the capacity of the stadium to 62,000. An email to Spurs fans the other day confirmed this. If they have not finalised the capacity yet it stands to reason that they cannot sell seats.
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Old 28.02.2018, 07:39 AM
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some NFL stuff in here http://www.thstofficial.com/thst-new...-february-2018
eg In terms of the contract with the NFL, SB explained that the NFL owned all of the seats in the stadium for their events. They are effectively tenants.
The NFL take over ticketing and economics of all the seats in the ground.
THFC provides the catering operation for the NFL and may provide the merchandise operation.
The sponsorship inventory belongs to the NFL, not THFC.
While all hospitality areas are theirs, THFC will act as their agents as best placed to sell stadium inventory
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Old 28.02.2018, 08:55 AM
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Also in there

3.6 There are plans for an NFL fan zone. More details to follow on this in due course
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The stadium is really taking shape.

http://new-stadium.tottenhamhotspur.com/interact/
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Spurs have released a seating map for anyone interested

https://3ddigitalvenue.com/3dmap/cli...edium=referral
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Old 13.03.2018, 12:03 AM
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Haringey council approved the increase in capacity to just over 62,000.
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Old 13.03.2018, 07:30 PM
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Spurs have announced their new season ticket prices and they seems to be at least minimum 25% higher than old stadium.
They also have some super premium seating areas in the main stands, so outside the corporate areas which have access to their own bars and food service.

Given that pricing I think we can expect a significantly higher price than a single game Wembley ticket. Especially as NFLUK know they are guaranteed a sellout virtually whatever they price tickets at, given the novelty of a new stadium and popular well supported teams.
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Spurs have announced their new season ticket prices and they seems to be at least minimum 25% higher than old stadium.
They also have some super premium seating areas in the main stands, so outside the corporate areas which have access to their own bars and food service.

Given that pricing I think we can expect a significantly higher price than a single game Wembley ticket. Especially as NFLUK know they are guaranteed a sellout virtually whatever they price tickets at, given the novelty of a new stadium and popular well supported teams.
Looks like the Spurs season ticket holders don't get any presale access to NFL games or tickets included in their season pass. At least it's not listed as a benefit of signing up.
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Old 16.03.2018, 05:06 PM
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Season ticket sales end april19th so would expect nfl sale soon after that.
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