SPURS are threatening to ban supporters trying to flog tickets for the first game at their new stadium.
Tottenham will finally play in the grand arena on April 3 against Crystal Palace.
But some fans are already attempting to sell their tickets for a huge profit.
They have appeared on social media being sold for up to £1,200 a pair.
But Spurs have promised to take severe action on those trying to make a quick buck.
A spokesperson told The Telegraph: “Season-ticket holders or anyone else selling their tickets on social media platforms and other unofficial websites are in breach of the club’s terms and conditions, therefore leaving themselves liable to having their accounts suspended.
“The only official way to transfer tickets is via Ticket Exchange or Ticket Share, which become operational on the date tickets go on sale.”
However, there is some good news for Spurs fans, with the club announcing a freeze on season-ticket prices for next term.
A statement read: “The club can announce that we shall be freezing the prices of all season tickets. We should like to thank our season-ticket holders for bearing with us and supporting the team at Wembley.
“We acknowledge the inconvenience caused by this unique set of circumstances. Season-ticket renewals will open on April 22 with the final deadline being May 17.”
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