The Spurs Twitter handle announced on Thursday that the matchday programme for their upcoming game against Crystal Palace is on sale, with a hyperlink to the online store warning that it will only be available to fans who would be placing a pre-order for it, that too without any guarantees of delivery.
The first ever @premierleague matchday programme at our new home. 👀
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) March 28, 2019
Spurs fans on Twitter, quite fairly, were not happy with the price listed as £10 as well:
Do you have any loan finance options available to purchase this?
— Tottenham Funnies (@SpursFunnies) March 28, 2019
— Kerry 💙⚽️ (@KerryCOYS) March 28, 2019
— Tim (@CookPassTim) March 28, 2019
@jackcolegolf @THSTOfficial Now they are really taking the piss. Booking fee for CL, when they should have given it to ST as a good will gesture, and now this with the programme.. shocking taking us for a ride!
— Phil Kyriacou (@PhilKyriacou) March 28, 2019
£10 and £5 delivery, jeez
— A ⚡️ (@pochspurs) March 28, 2019
Defo gonna get, but £10 lads lol
— Cenk (@ForzaYids) March 28, 2019
Is that always going to be the price or is this one more expensive so you can take advantage of the fans even more.
— Andy Perry (@andyperry79) March 28, 2019
— Kevin (@KevinSpurs) March 29, 2019
They can shove it. Should get one free as we go through the turnstiles, make up for all the expense and hassle of going to poxy Wembley for the last 18 months.
— tony rumsey🏴 (@picklefork1965) March 28, 2019