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i was planning to take my little brother to see spurs v wba & man city.
but stupidly i didnt buy them straight away because i was waiting for monthly wages but more significantly i thought i had longer to buy them because the earlier games of west ham & newcastle will still on sale. but then i checked a few days later & the man city & wba matches were sold out but the hammers & newcastle games were still for sale despite them being earlier matches.
now all 4 are sold out.
im taking my little brother & his friend so il need 3 tickets, would it be way too risky buying from a tout on the day? or am i best off buying from an internet ticket site. the cheapest iv found is £90 per ticket for the wba game.
i may have to forget about the man city game & just go to wba.
iv taken my brother to home matches against wigan,hull, fulham & everton, all games i thought we would win barring everton.
but not only did we not win but my brother has still yet to see spurs score despite going to 4 games. which is why i badly want wba tickets, surely we wil win & score against them
There is a solution to this. The Spurs ticket site is very confusing as it says there are tickets on sale, but when you get to the stadium plan is shows them all sold out! However, if you are a member you are able to buy tickets put on sale by other members.
Underneath the stadium plan there is a small window titled 'Ticket Exchange' with the text: TicketExchange tickets may be available for this area - Click here. There you are able to buy spare tickets of people who cannot make the game. You may have to wait a while for 3 seats together, but I am sure it'll be worth the wait. Alternatively (and I don't know how old your little brother is) you can easily get seperate seats. I've never tried this method before, but it seems pretty straightforward.
Good luck and let me know how it goes!
According to the website they've still got some for the Man City game. I don't trust tout sites (or touts on the day), but you'd probably be alright... or there's that website that's been set up so tickets can be sold on legitimately (i.e. not through touts), but I can't remember what it's called.