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FAQs: FA Cup fourth round tickets

16 January 2017

The club and Trust have worked together to answer some frequently asked questions ahead of tickets going on sale for the FA Cup fourth round.

Click here for the comprehensive guide to prices and on-sale dates.

Q) Why is there no priority window for non-season ticket holders who have attended a reasonable number of home fixtures?
A) The short time period available for sales meant that the club were keen to ensure season ticket holders, half season ticket holders, 500 Club members and Share Scheme investors have sufficient time to purchase their tickets. This meant it wasn’t feasible to include another phase in the buying process.

Q) When can Share Scheme investors buy tickets?
A) Share Scheme investors may purchase two tickets in phase 3 (if they have not already purchased a ticket by being season ticket holders / half-season ticket holders / 500 Club members in phases 1&2). An email sent by the club today (Monday) stated the incorrect on-sale date for Share Scheme investors.

Q) I'm a season ticket holder and a 500 Club member - does that mean I can get double the number of tickets?
A) No - supporters are only eligible for one phase, so if you purchase two tickets as a season ticket holder in phase 3, you cannot then purchase an additional one or two as a 500 Club member, for example.

Q) Can exceptions be made for supporters who are not eligible to purchase in the first three phases?

A) No – the club must be fair to all supporters.

Q) If I join the 500 Club or purchase a half-season ticket now, will I be able to purchase tickets in phases 2 or 3?
A) Yes – the priority status in phases 2&3 applies to new and existing 500 Club members and half-season ticket holders.

Q). How many season ticket holders, 500 Club members and half-season ticket holders are there?
A) The total figure is just over 2,000.

Q) How many tickets will be available on general sale?
A) The club anticipates that a minimum of 500 tickets will be available on general sale.

Q) Is seating allocated or unreserved?
A) Seating is allocated, which means supporters will be required to sit in the seat stated on their ticket.

Q) Did Wycombe Wanderers request a larger allocation than 4,035?
A) Yes – initially it was suggested to the club that it should take an allocation of 2,900, but the club requested the maximum allocation of 4,035. The capacity of White Hart Lane has been reduced due to building works and Tottenham have special dispensation from the FA to reduce the allocation given to away fans.

Q) Is there potential for Spurs to allocate more tickets to away fans if home areas are not full?
A) No – 4,035 will be the maximum number of tickets available to Wycombe fans.

Q) Can I have my ticket posted to me?
Yes. Fans booking in person at Adams Park will receive their ticket at the point of purchase. Fans booking over the phone can receive their ticket(s):

a) By post (if booked before lunchtime Wednesday 25th January)
b) Via collection from Adams Park the day after booking (10am-5pm) including from 9.30am to 11.30am on the morning of the game. If someone is collecting on your behalf, they will need your name and postcode.

Please direct any additional questions not answered here to media@wwfc.com and this page will be updated where possible.

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