16 August 2013|Tottenham Hotspur
This season, in place of the ticket exchange system that was previously operated by the Club, we have entered into an agreement with StubHub to manage this service to fans.
So far, we have opened up the StubHub service for the first three Premier League home matches.
Tickets for the matches against Swansea City, Norwich City and Chelsea were sold out after reaching General Sale status, meaning that ALL One Hotspur Members that wanted to purchase a ticket had been able to do so directly from the Club at face value.
Only at this point did the StubHub service become ‘live’ and enabled those Season Ticket Holders not able to attend the game to make their tickets available to other fans.
The majority of tickets that have sold to date for the first two matches via StubHub have been sold around or below face value (plus StubHub admin fees) and tickets listed by Season Ticket Holders at greatly inflated prices have not sold.
We should like to thank those Season Ticket Holders who have listed their tickets at sensible pricing levels and would once again ask for pricing to stay at sensible levels when listing them for sale due to being unable to attend a match.
As with all supporter related activity, we have and will continue to monitor activity on the StubHub platform.