Report: Spurs announce 2021/22 ticket prices for categories A, B and C

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Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed the ticket prices and sales process for all Premier League home matches for the upcoming 2021/2022 season on their official website.

As in 2019/2020, all matches will be sold individually and not through packages. There will be seven windows throughout the season in which supporters can purchase tickets to two or three matches in bulk.

Spurs stated on their website that this process is an attempt to reduce the time Tottenham fans would have to sacrifice to purchase tickets for home fixtures.

Games have been divided into three categories based on demand. For example, Manchester City, the opening game of the season, is Category A. The following home match against Watford is Category B and Brentford on 1 December is Category C.

Category A prices range from £26 to £98, while Category B ranges from £22 to £95 and Category C ranges from £15 to £80.

On July 6 the Government announced that sports events in England will be able to operate at full capacity commencing from July 19 after coronavirus restrictions begin to ease.

It will be the first time the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will be full since the Covid-19 pandemic that forced the Premier League to play behind closed doors for the entirety of the 2020/2021 campaign.

SpursWeb Opinion 

Ticket prices are one part of football that makes you fall out of love with the game. The new stadium has made the demand for Spurs games very high.

As a fan, it is now very hard to get a ticket. But many fans will be very eager to get in no matter the price to support the team again.

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