Ticket Exchange/Ticket Share - Brighton
Mon 15 April 2019, 13:38|Tottenham Hotspur
Season Ticket Holders who are unable to attend our Premier League game against Brighton & Hove Albion on Tuesday night are now able to make use of our Ticket Exchange or Ticket Share systems.
Ticket Exchange allows our Season Ticket Holders to list their seat for sale for individual home Premier League matches. These seats will then be made available to other One Hotspur members at adult face value (plus a £4.50 admin fee to be paid by the purchaser).
Ticket Share gives Season Ticket Holders the ability to electronically transfer their ticket for a specific match they cannot attend to a family member or friend via their online account.
Please note, tickets for our match against Brighton & Hove Albion are now sold out. Ticket Exchange and Ticket Share are the only authorised methods still available to secure General Admission tickets at our new stadium for this fixture.
One Hotspur members who purchase a ticket via Ticket Exchange or have a ticket shared with them, and non-members allocated a ticket via Ticket Share, will have an e-ticket sent to them. The Stadium Access Card of Season Ticket Holders who share their ticket will have their access card deactivated for this fixture.
Supporters are reminded that tickets purchased or sold on unofficial websites/agencies, social media sites or from touts are in breach of the Club’s terms and conditions. Season Ticket Holders, therefore, leave themselves liable to having their accounts suspended, while tickets purchased via unofficial means will be invalid and you will be refused entry or ejected from the stadium.
We have already issued several bans to those who have been identified as selling their new stadium tickets on unofficial sites and we shall continue to take similar action going forward.