Discussion in 'Molineux Mix' started by MattyWWFC, Oct 26, 2018.
Got mine, see you all there! A rare Saturday 3pm kick off!
Looking at Spurs v Southampton match at Wembley now on MOTD ..There are thousands of empty seats around the ground..
Wembley doesn't even look half full .. They should give Wolves fans a quota of at least 5 to 10 thousand tickets
Heard on the radio on way home attendance was 33000 tonight
That's not that much more than our attendance tonight. With Wembley holding max 90,000 that's just over a third full?
Just heard a Spurs fan on Radio TalkSport say.. The reason why there was only 33,000 at Wembley last night, was because they got the ticket category pricing wrong for Southampton match??
£45 in the home end for spurs last night
Good coz they shouldn't be playing there in the first place
My point is they got it wrong for the away Southhampton support? Putting tickets in a hgher price category..
Will they do the same for the Wolves supporters? Having to pay more than they should?
Away tickets are capped at £30 for away games aren’t they?
You cant charge more than £30 for an away ticket
My ticket is purchased. Cost £30
My pal paid £18 for a 65 and over ticket.
Nice that they look after the old guys. Heard on the radio it was £45 for adult tickets.
It does depend upon where they sit but he sits at the corner flag area. It isn't a prime spot but it's cheaper on the top tier, when open, and behind the goal.
Looking forward to the game, my young son is going too.....looking forward to it
29th is the day this year's lads Christmas gathering happens back home so will be giving this a miss, will watch on a stream before I head to the pub!
Pull a sickie.....
Will be unable to get tickets in away end so looking to go in home end wih family. Any tips as to best place - right next to Wolves fans or will that put me in with Spurs neanderthals?
Don’t you need spurs ticket history to buy in home end
I shouldn't think it's THFC in charge of selling tickets at Wembley Stadium? The FA still own the Stadium and get the profits surely?
Pretty sure spurs pay flat rate and spurs entitled to ticket revenue
Would be good to hear if anybody does know about getting tickets in the Spur seats. The only way some of us are going to be able to go, and it sure as hell isn't going to sell out. We could end up with a few thousand wolves fans spread around the stadium
Don't think so, they pay a fee for the venue and then use it.
Registered just to see and could buy a Burnley ticket easy as you like, not on sale to casual members for our game yet though.
Spurs are only allowed a capacity of around 51,000
Just btw. 11th Dec they go on general sale for 'home fans who have registered (no fee needed).
Odds of getting to 1030?
I’ll be on 1040 after Newcastle but fear that may be too late.
Someone hasn't told them this
Tottenham Attendance Figures 2018-19 Home Games | Spurs Wembley Crowds 18-19 season
They won't sell the seats for some games to non-members (e.g. London derbies) for segregation issues.
They can only have the max capacity a certain number of times per year as decreed by Brent council. My pal thinks the max for our fixture will be 51,000 because it's a category C game.
Well 27 at 90k so I guess it depends if they are thinking of moving out any time soon.
Tottenham granted permission to play home games at Wembley at full 90,000 capacity next season
I take your point about it being Cat C for them, but it is over the holiday period of traditionally big attendances. I think they'd look how sales are going.
I think that info has been revised. I did hear from another source a while ago that Spurs were capped for the number of max capacity games they could have and my pal was talking about the same thing re us and the 51,000 limit on Wednesday.
We'd fill our quota and more but interest under the current circumstances is slackening off from them so they're closing the top level for several games.
I understand that they're hoping to move at some point in the New Year but who knows?
They hope it maybe as early as Manchester United on Jan 13th, but they'd have to announce something very soon and from watching Chris Cowlin's weekly Stadium updates, there still many Panels to be put in!
I might as well register for Membership, so I can nab one on Monday and thus have the experience of sitting on my hands!
Yeah all games post Chelsea have been capped at 51k by Brent council.
Regarding the attendance the other night it’s hardly surprising, the whole situation is a farce and the fans have been treated awfully. They have 48k season ticket holders for the new ground, every game that is played at Wembley they receive a 1/19th refund and have to buy a match ticket if they want to go. Apperantly for the cat a and b games the match ticket is more than the refund!
That's what I'm doing, KH. My pal can get me a ticket for £19 (concession price) on Tuesday whereas I can only try to get one via Wolves a week on Monday (1000 points) for the same price if there are any left.
Plus Newcastle isn’t added to spurs loyalty points
Full price list if peeps decide to try to nab a home ticket.
NOTE: If anyone decides to get a Club Wembley ticket which are directly sold via Spurs site, no Club Colours are permitted
To be fair I don’t really want this to be my first experience ‘watching Wolves at Wembley’ so won’t be devastated.
That’s the plan. Still a question as to where to sit though...
What blocks do we have
113-118 currently on sale - not sure if that's it
Has anyone had there tickets by post yet?
That’s is all we get
Already 700 left 5mins into first sale after AST
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