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Advice on Purchasing Tottenham Tickets

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helper_monkeyhelper_monkey Members  237WRX Points: 96Handicap: 6.7Posts: 237 Fairways
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Hoping some of the UK members on here can help me out. My wife and I are in the process of planning a trip to London in April-May 2020. One of the things I would like to do while there is go to a Spurs game (and as luck would have it they are playing Arsenal on April 25). I went on the Spurs website and it looks like the only way to buy tickets directly from the Club is to join their One Hotspur Club (maybe)?
Anyone on here have experience buying these? Are there better sources if I am just looking to go to one game? I have used Stubhub and Seatgeek for events here in the states, are those reliable sources for EPL tickets?

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  • jadams13jadams13 Poulsbo, WAMembers  52WRX Points: 37Handicap: 13Posts: 52 Bunkers
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    Cant help you, but COYS!

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  • scruffynickscruffynick manchester, UKMembers  1657WRX Points: 198Handicap: 5....soon to be 6 I think Posts: 1,657 Platinum Tees
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    All pl clubs require you to be a member in order to purchase tickets. That's after the season tickets have theirs. Can't see many remaining considering spurs holds 60k and the away allocation will be around 3k.... And if its arsenal you're really struggling. But you might get lucky, get a membership and just apply through the ballot.... Then hope, if its just you you might get lucky.
    On the other hand, go to a pub packed full of spuds and gooners and enjoy the game.... Brilliant atmosphere a Derby game in a UK pub. Good luck pal

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  • helper_monkeyhelper_monkey Members  237WRX Points: 96Handicap: 6.7Posts: 237 Fairways
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    On -, @scruffynick said:

    All pl clubs require you to be a member in order to purchase tickets. That's after the season tickets have theirs. Can't see many remaining considering spurs holds 60k and the away allocation will be around 3k.... And if its arsenal you're really struggling. But you might get lucky, get a membership and just apply through the ballot.... Then hope, if its just you you might get lucky.
    On the other hand, go to a pub packed full of spuds and gooners and enjoy the game.... Brilliant atmosphere a Derby game in a UK pub. Good luck pal

    Appreciate the information. Sounds like I just have to get lucky.
    I wish they were still playing at White Hart Lane. The new stadium looks pretty sterile (at least on TV).

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  • Texas1Texas1 Members  427WRX Points: 121Handicap: 5.3Posts: 427 Greens
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    A lot of time you can buy hospitality tickets
    These will normally run at £300-1000 depending on the opposition/meal/seat etc etc

    I know most clubs you don’t need to be a member for this, but it’s a lot more expensive and you have to be smart.

    Or failing that do as nick said and go to a local pub near the ground and enjoy

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