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Tottenham Hotspur responds to supporters outcries regarding ticketing

Tottenham Hotspur ticket office

Credit where credit is due. The club has made a couple of very welcome announcements regarding ticketing over the last couple of days.

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Stop StubHub campaign reaches Parliament

Protest against secondary ticketing platform StubHub reaches Parliament.

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Stop StubHub – an important update

Stop StubHub

The Stop StubHub group, in conjunction with the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust, have released a new statement regarding the Stop StubHub campaign.

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The free-for-all that is StubHub

StubHub free-for-all

Another StubHub loophole uncovered, yet some still don’t seem to see the problem.

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Join the protest. End the Stubhub deal at Tottenham Hotspur

Stop StubHub

The online community of Tottenham Hotspur supporters has joined forces to show its opposition against Spurs’ partnership with secondary ticket service StubHub.

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Stubhub – There’s a new kind of tout in town

With supporter protests regarding ticket prices on the rise, Stubhub is another symptom of an ever-growing problem in football.

Stubhub. I had never heard of it before recently. Now it has a growing number of Tottenham fans up in arms. The secondary ticketing service company – an eBay subsidiary – will replace the current Ticket Exchange system at Tottenham Hotspur, which enabled season ticket holders to sell their seat for games they couldn’t attend.

If Stubhub would work the same as Ticket Exchange, there would be little reason to question the new partnership between Tottenham Hotspur and Stubhub. However, the deal is another slap in the face to the average supporter in light of already rising ticket prices.

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Stubhub: Consumers welcome, supporters optional

Spurs fans in the stands

Last month the club confirmed the details of its partnership with Stubhub, an eBay-owned, secondary-market ticket broker. Total Tottenham’s Steve Maloney has examined the nature of this deal and its implications.

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