Spurs Game On Verge Of A Sell Out
Tuesday, 5th Mar 2019 09:52
After the low crowd for the visit of Fulham it seems that Saints supporters are ready to turn up on Saturday for the game against Tottenham Hotspur perhaps buoyed by two good performances.
It is no surprise that the visit of Tottenham Hotspur looks likely to sell out, a game against the big six is always a big attraction and after the win against Fulham and the good performance against Manchester United that should have yielded at least a point, some Saints supporters will also feel more hopeful about the rest of the season than they have done of late.
A look at the online ticket system shows that with four days to go there are are only a couple of hundred or so tickets still left.
Most areas of the ground have little or no availability and only the Kingsland/Northam corner has more than a couple of seats next to each other.
The usual selling pattern for games is one of the last couple of days prior to the matchday seeing a rush of tickets sold, so it is not expected that the last few tickets will last very long before being sold.
So if you are thinking of going I would get online fast otherwise the only option will be if season ticket holders unable to go resell their tickets on the clubs ticket exchange, that will only open after the game is sold out.
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