Filed: Wednesday, 30th May 2012
By: Staff Writer
Tottenham Hotspur have slashed the price of a Champions League commemorative mug after the north Londoners were denied entry to the competition courtesy of Chelsea's win against Bayern Munich.
In the second most important game played on Saturday, 19th May, Chelsea's Champions League win in Germany meant that Tottenham - who had previously qualified for the competition by virtue of finishing fourth in last season's Premier League - were relegated to the Europa Cup.
And that meant that hapless Spurs, who endured a wretched end to the 2011/12 campaign were left with a surplus of specially-made commemorative mugs that celebrated their qualification for the tournament.
Fans of the club managed by Harry Redknapp are now able to buy a Champions League-embossed mug for a bargain £1 - an 80 PER CENT reduction on their original price of £5 each.
As an extra bonus, Spurs fans can purchase three mugs for the bargain price of just £2 thanks to a special offer on the club's website.
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE, YOU'RE HAVING A LAUGH: Discounted mugs on sale now
* Want to treat that special Spurs fan in your life to a commemorative Champions League mug? Hold your nose and visit Tottenham's online store here.
* Please note that since we brought you this story a note had been added to the above link stating "Sold Out, Last Sold December 2010". As you can see from our screenshot above, this text was not present when we took our screenshot at 5pm on Wednesday 30th May!
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