There is nothing better than watching Tottenham live at White Hart Lane. The electricity of the crowd, the passion of the fans, the exciting, free-flowing, attacking football experienced by the likes of Luka Modric, Gareth Bale and Rafael Van der Vaart is un-rivalled in the Premier League. However, with a club like Spurs, and White Hart Lane with a maximum capacity of only 36,000, obtaining tickets for any match is always going to be a tricky one.
Their sternest tests come in the next few weeks and will have fans scrambling to get Tottenham tickets.
A 20,000 strong waiting list for season tickets and demand high to see the North London giants, some perceive seeing Spurs in the foreseeable future as an impossible task, at least until the new stadium is completed around the 2016 mark. But, all hope is not lost for seeing Harry Redknapp’s blue and white army can no longer be considered a dream, but rather a reality. At TicketBis fans are but a few clicks away from purchasing tickets to their favourite team in the Premiership.
No longer will fans be forced to read match reports in order to feel as though they were part of the action, watch the highlights of any encounter on the television or be forced to view any match by any means necessary. Instead, spend a few minutes of your day finding your friends on Facebook or Twitter to go to the game with, organise the day and purchase the tickets in time for the big game.
For Spurs fans, the next home game is Aston Villa in a little over two weeks time. Desperate to be part of the frenzied fan base when the North London side come up against Alex McLeish’s team? Then simply head over to TicketBis and purchase your tickets, it takes minutes to do and the rewards are simply breathtaking.
Even if you are unavailable until the end of the season, your needs are covered. TicketBis has all the bases covered and any trip to White Hart Lane, Carrow Road, Etihad Stadium or Anfield can be booked well in advance. Heck, if you enjoyed the heart-pounding 3-1 win over Fulham at the weekend, why not book tickets to the return fixture at the end of the season?
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