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Old 13.07.2018, 03:59 AM
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I am surprised that ticket prices will be as low as £55 at WHL. They know they can sell the game out many times over so you would have thought they could have tried for more. Remember Arsenal are charging similar for football.

Also interesting to see the £299 hospitality ticket doesn’t really get you much more than Club Wembley although it implies a better seat closer to the pitch on the sidelines. Although they are calling it hospitality it’s only a voucher for pre game and then snacks once play starts. So not the unlimited inclusive food and drink most would associate with hospitality. That’s at the £499 price point.
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Do we have to create an acc with Spurs for the gen sale tickets in Sep or will we login through the acc we use for Wembley tickets and do it like when Twickenham was used?
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Do we have to create an acc with Spurs for the gen sale tickets in Sep or will we login through the acc we use for Wembley tickets and do it like when Twickenham was used?
That's yet to be confirmed, but seeing as Hospitality need to create an account, I would imagine Season / General Admission ticket folks will need to as well.

Bring back Twickenham, all is forgiven...
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That's yet to be confirmed, but seeing as Hospitality need to create an account, I would imagine Season / General Admission ticket folks will need to as well.

Bring back Twickenham, all is forgiven...
I loved twickenham. Not many people did for some reason though.

I’ve created a spurs account (not fun as an arsenal fan) to be on the safe side.
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I loved twickenham. Not many people did for some reason though.

I’ve created a spurs account (not fun as an arsenal fan) to be on the safe side.
Tell me about it (arsenal fan too). This is the only time i'd consider going to their ground to see my beloved Raiders.
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Did anyone buy hospitality then? I did and it’s gonna involve a lot of sucking up to the wife. Probably until the next time the Raiders come over.
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