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    Ok so providing we beat milan. The draw for the quarter finals will take place on 18th march. For the last 16 draw against ac milan i imediately found flights for $65, but due to me not knowing if i would have enough loyalty points i didn't want to risk booking it. When i found out i had enough points the prices of flights had increase to $165. Was wondering if anyone can tell me the previous loyalty points needed for other games and wether you think its worth risking booking flights early as soon as the draw is made. I currently have 405 loyalty points. Cheers


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    When spurs release te tickets to the lucky buggers they post on the site the required loyalty point level.

    I think Milan away was around 450. I know I would have had enough on my previous membership if I was a season ticket holder

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    Oh I had 525 as a bronze member and was down to 1300 odd on the waiting list then working away from home I didn't renew my membership so lost the lot.

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    Yeah inter milan away required more points than AC Milan. I'm guessing this was because people had already been to the san siro a few weeks before. But luckily I had enough for AC milan away with 405 points . I'm just hoping we draw a side with a large away fans allocation so more people stand the chance of getting tickets. Also praying we don't get a english team. IMO I would rather play foreign teams and stand less of a chance of going through than play an english side we play every year.

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    They were all sold out to season ticket holders none went to members.

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    Book the flights. You can always go out and just soak up the atmosphere or, like me, trawl the internet until you find an agent selling tickets at a reasonable price and cosy up with the opposition fans.

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    I have two season tickets but only 190 loyalty points on one & 150 on the other managed to find flights for A C game 65 hotel 5 mins from san siro 30 per night match ticket 15 but you needed 275 loyalty points, can you get loyalty points transfered if so would willingly buy some,

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    Just out of curiousity, when we were in the uefa cup a few years back, was it still impossible to get tickets for away games unless you were a St holder with hundreds of points? As I can't remember! And the way things are going we could well be in the europa league next year :/ but would still love to get to an away game in europe to watch the spurs!

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    djspur - no, you can't transfer loyalty points. Would kinda make a mockery of the system if the points could be accrued by buying or transferring!

    Bristol-Yid - most, if not all, UEFA Cup games were ST holders only, although I never really paid that much attention after the ST allocations were made. Nijmegen, as an example needed more than 600 points. The usual stupid loophole existed - applications via Thomas Cook needed - generally - a lot less points than ticket-only applications.

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    Ah ok cheers for the info! Would love to try get to an away game in europe somewhere, looks like I got no chance at the moment unfortunately

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    Nijmegen was unusual though. Tiny ground. Our allocation was only a little over 600 tickets. Back then I didn't have enough points. Places like Seville, Eindhoven, Prague... weren't nearly as many points as that.

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