Spurs will be moving into their new stadium in April.
Tottenham Hotspur have announced that they will be freezing the prices of all of their season tickets for the 2019-20 season.
After almost two full terms at Wembley Stadium amid a number of delays, Spurs are set to return to N17 and next campaign will be the first full one at the new stadium.
As reported in the Daily Mail last year, Spurs had hiked up their season ticket prices for 2018-19 in anticipation for their move away from Wembley.
Given the move was expected to take place earlier in the season but for the delays, Tottenham thanked their ST holders for "bearing with us and supporting the team at Wembley Stadium during what has been a challenging time" and acknowledged the inconvenience.
The announcement was made on Tottenham’s official website and social media platforms on Monday:
The Club can announce that we shall be freezing the prices of all Season Tickets for the 2019/20 season.— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) March 18, 2019
Some fans took to Twitter to express their thoughts, with some fairly positive comments, albeit tinged with a bit of cynicism:
wow u done something good for once— LP ✈️ (@thfcIp) March 18, 2019
Thank goodness for that. I don’t think the Twitter servers could have coped with the reaction to any sort of increase.— Jane Sparrow (@spurs_sparrow) March 18, 2019
First time in a year we haven’t been mugged off. Cheers @SpursOfficial xx— Soph (@soph_thfc) March 18, 2019
The way you have treated the fans this season this is the least you could do— James Caulfield ✌️ (@jrcaulf) March 18, 2019
Good news— The Spurs Web ⚽️ (@thespursweb) March 18, 2019
Some fans, meanwhile, remained fairly critical:
Its crazy that we now consider a price freeze a “win” when many of us had a massive 50% hike on our season tickets. I have a lesser seat & less games. With so much money made through TV & sponsorship, I am still deeply disappointed in the clubs treatment of us if Im honest ♂️— Benny V (@BennyVDC) March 18, 2019
That's nice to know.... any good gestures for season ticket holders? Maybe a free shirt to compensate fans for disruption. Gutted as well the first game is midweek meaning a very limited opening on the new ground. But appriciate all the effort the club have put in. COYS— Sam Ellis (@BLACKHORSEGAFFA) March 18, 2019
Everyone saying fair play. U know how much they are now? If they didn’t freeze them it would be a disgrace— Daniel Kingsley (@Dankingsley1999) March 18, 2019
What about giving us our cup games back on our season ticket.— tony newman (@tonyn63) March 18, 2019
Is the transfer budget frozen too...— Arjan (@Arjan98Atwal) March 18, 2019
Tottenham also stated that renewals will open on Tuesday 22 April with the final deadline for renewals being Friday 17 May, with full details on payment options to be communicated nearer the time.
Spurs will face Crystal Palace in their first game at the new stadium on 3 April.