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This is slightly off topic for us, except that I know many HfP readers like to redeem their miles and points for VIP Premier League hospitality.

The two obvious routes for this are (click for our articles):

Marriott is taking bids for Manchester United games via the Marriott Bonvoy Moments site. Arsenal VIP seats are also available as we covered here.

Very cheap Premier League VIP hospitality seating available

Unsurprisingly, the corporate hospitality market has fallen off a cliff. This means that, as we saw at Wimbledon, there are grounds with plenty of VIP seats available and no customers.

Travelzoo has launched a new part of its website where Premier League clubs can dump their unsold hospitality packages. These are exceptionally cheap.

We first covered these back in July and September and they were hugely popular with readers, so I thought I’d fill a quiet Saturday by mentioning some more.

Games for November have just been added.

Prices start from £36 and go up from there. What you get varies by what you pay but it’s difficult to argue that these tickets don’t offer great value. As it happens, the £36 Tottenham tickets below do include “a grazing menu buffet served pre-match in the stadium lounge, and a complimentary half-time drink”.

Packages currently available as of last night included:

  • Tottenham vs Manchester United (30th October) – £250
  • Manchester City vs Crystal Palace (30th October) – £75
  • Watford vs Southampton (30th October) – £79
  • Manchester City vs Club Brugge (3rd November) – £72
  • Liverpool vs Atletico Madrid (3rd November) – £393
  • Tottenham vs Vitesse (4th November) – £36
  • Manchester United vs Manchester City (6th November) – £286
  • Chelsea vs Burnley (6th November) – £165
  • Crystal Palace vs Wolverhampton (6th November) – £179
  • Leeds vs Leicester (7th November) – £215
  • Arsenal vs Watford (7th November) – £119
  • Liverpool vs Arsenal (20th November) – £536
  • Tottenham vs Leeds (21st November) – £179
  • Manchester City vs Everton (21st November) – £86
  • Chelsea vs Juventus (23rd November) – £279
  • Manchester United vs Liverpool (24th October) – £286
  • Arsenal vs Newcastle (27th November) – £193
  • Liverpool vs Southampton (27th November) – £322
  • Manchester City vs West Ham (28th November) – £100
  • Tottenham vs Manchester United (30th November) – £286
  • Tottenham vs Brentford (1st December) – £108
  • Tottenham vs Rennes (9th December) – £36

You can buy here.

Comments (32)

  • Memesweeper says:

    Despite the JV Finnair codeshare prices on the same BA flights can be more or less expensive. Pays to check and shop around!

  • AndyGWP says:

    I suspect they’ve got a wildcard SSL cert, but they’ve just not configured it for that sub domain 🙈

    • AndyGWP says:

      (In fact, it’s a while since I’ve dabbled but I don’t think they need configuring for the sub domain. Probably just needed installing on the webserver)

    • RussellH says:

      If that sub-domain is completely restricted to what is, effectively a magazine with all content in the public domain, is there actually any need for SSL?
      Always assuming, of course, that it does not provide a backdoor into BA’s personal data stores and booking engine etc.

      • Rob says:

        Google deranks sites without one. I’d also imagine there are competitions etc on there which require you to submit personal info.

        • TGLoyalty says:

          The competitions usually go to a proper BA site.

          • colm says:

            Although this month, the Madhu’s competition goes to Madhus’ own website, where they ask for your BAEC number. There’s no obvious reason why this should be, and it stopped me entering the competition.

            And the lack of SSL on theclub is nothing to do with a wildcart cert – there is no SSL configured on the site.

            There’s no excuse for BA not to have an SSL Cert for The Club. You can get one for free from letsencrypt. They really need a a new CTO.

      • Andrew (@andrewseftel) says:

        SSL mitigates the risk of a man in the middle attack. E.g. someone in control injects a fake BA login button onto that site to capture your credentials.

  • Roger says:

    Can I upgrade finnair economyto business classusing avios?

  • Roger says:

    Can I upgrade AY flight using Avios?

  • Ben says:

    I just got my Amex Plat through yesterday but have no offers showing in my account yet. Anyone know how long they take to show?

  • CarpalTravel says:

    I love how they clearly embrace what you do Rob, I find it refreshing.

  • Ernie says:

    What is the relevance of the Wembley photograph?

  • RussellH says:

    The profile below Rob is of Amanda Hyndman, who claims her last flight was from Zürich to Lake Lucerne – WTF? About 20 mins on the train!

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