- 1 How much is an Arsenal season ticket?
- 2 What does Arsenal season ticket include?
- 3 How many Arsenal season ticket holders?
- 4 Can I buy 2 Arsenal tickets on one membership?
- 5 What happens if you lose Arsenal season ticket?
- 6 How much do season tickets cost Premier League?
- 7 Where do Arsenal season ticket holders sit?
- 8 What is gold membership Arsenal?
- 9 How many tickets can I buy Arsenal?
- 10 Which Premier League club has the cheapest season ticket?
How much is an Arsenal season ticket?
General Admission Season Ticket Pricing – 2023/24 Tickets & Membership 15 May 2023
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How hard is it to get Arsenal season tickets?
A mate of mine recently joined the Arsenal season ticket waiting list. His place in the queue? 94,495. With around 95,000 on the waiting list, my estimation is that is around a 20-year wait. Potentially more. I would be very surprised if more than 5,000 fans do not renew their season ticket each summer.
my estimation is you are looking at 2,000-3,000 a season. At 3k a season, it would take over 30-years for my pal to get a season ticket. In recent years, the club have also begun to allow a season ticket to be inherited when a loved one passes away. This further reducing the turnover of season tickets.
You often here about someone 10,000 on the waiting list being offered a season ticket, but this is not because 10,000 have failed to renew. If someone turns down the offer of a season ticket, it goes to the next person in the queue. So you could be in a scenario where 3,000 season tickets come available, but only 1 in 3 of those in the queue take them up. And that’s when you get someone in 5 figures on the waiting list being offered it.
There could be many reasons someone does not take up the offer. The first being finances. With season tickets costing upwards of £974, not everyone can find nearly a grand at short notice. Whereas season ticket holders know a year in advance that they will need to shell out ~£1,000 in 12 months time, those on the waiting list only find out after the renewal process has closed.
And they are usually only given a couple of weeks to come up with the money. If you do not take the clubs offer up of a season ticket, you do not lose your place in the queue. You keep it. Then you know in a years time you are likely to be offered one again so can start saving.
Arsenal’s most expensive non-hospitality option is £1,895.50. Whilst some might take up the offer of this to “get their foot in the door”, many will turn it down and wait to be offered a cheaper one in a years time. It is not easy to move seats, and the club have suspended moving applications in the last couple of years.
It 2018, the club had 6,000 fans request to move seat. For many, it is better to wait one more year to try and get a £974 ticket than be stuck with paying double that for the foreseeable. This year would have seen record season ticket renewals following our performances in 2022/23.
I would be surprised if more than 2% opted not to renew. When the club announce the figure, I expect it to be closer to 1%. That means there might only be 400-800 season tickets coming available to those on the waiting list this summer. ( Note: We have been informed that due to the increase in season ticket holders following Covid – all those who took a one-year season ticket during the pandemic were offered a permanent one – there will be no new season ticket holders this summer.
Any season ticket not renewed will go into the pot for silver and red members to purchase). The last time I looked into the season ticket waiting list was 2018 when I was moving my seat. Back then, there were 44,000 people on it. Despite Covid, despite us finishing 8th, the season ticket waiting list has more than doubled in the last 5 years.
Will there become a point where we close the waiting list like Liverpool have done? Or do the club keep it open, taking the one off payment of £50 from fans to sit on the list (the fee is refunded when you pay for your first season ticket). Should the club implement a rule that if you turn down a season ticket, you are out to the end of the queue? Maybe give them a one season grace? So you can turn it down the first time, but in 12 months time if you turn it down again you are bumped to the back of the queue.
All I know is any of you with kids, get them on the waiting list now. It is only £25 to join and by the time they are in their mid 20s, they will have their own Arsenal season ticket. Happy Father’s Day. Keenos
How much is the most expensive Arsenal season ticket?
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What does Arsenal season ticket include?
What Is Included In My Season Ticket? Modified on: Wed, 31 May, 2023 at 1:55 PM Your 2023/24 Season Ticket includes all 19 home Premier League fixtures and three UEFA champions league group stage home games. All fixtures are subject to match categorisation.
The 22 matches are predetermined as: Six category A, Eleven category B,Five category C matches. The category assigned to each specific game is determined by a number of factors, including previous levels of demand and interest. Match categorisation is necessary should the number and profile of matches played in a season result in a refund or additional cost to the price of your season ticket.
Please be advised as an Arsenal season ticket holder you do not pay the Match Day pricing, you pay slightly less and as detailed below. Please see attached below a breakdown of each seat by category Did you find it helpful? Yes No Sorry we couldn’t be helpful.
How long is the Arsenal season ticket waiting list?
Tuesday 11 July 2023 3:34 pm Arsenal debentures offer access to a season ticket but are trading at £12,500 Arsenal fans desperate for a season ticket at the resurgent club are shelling out more than £12,000 for debentures that allow them to bypass the waiting list for a seat. The Gunners’ return to Premier League title challenging form last season has seen demand swell for season tickets, even though prices range from £974 to £1,896,
- But some with deep enough pockets have skipped the queue by buying debentures that come with the guarantee of a seat at Emirates Stadium.
- And despite the hefty upfront cost, they are generating record levels of sales and enquiries via London-based Asset Match, the only platform for trading the Arsenal debentures.
Category A debentures have fetched £12,500 in recent months, an increase of more than 400 per cent on trades just a year ago. Some are now being listed with a reserve price of £21,000. They cost £1,500 when they were issued in the early 1990s. Arsenal debentures are not season tickets in themselves but give the holder the right to buy one at additional cost.
- But with the club estimating the waiting list for season tickets to be 5-10 years, it has proved an appealing option for some fans.
- In 2023, 30 debentures have changed hands and another four deals are in the process of completion.
- That is already more than the 23 trades Asset Match facilitated last year.
“Prior to this year there were only a handful of enquiries a week,” Warren Won, analyst at Asset Match, told City A.M. “But since New Year we’ve had 50-80, which is very unusual.” “I think it speaks to a definite link to on-field performance,” said Asset Match founder and executive chairman Stuart Lucas.
How many Arsenal season ticket holders?
Arsenal season ticket renewals
- Like the majority of clubs across England, The Arsenal have yet to announce season ticket renewals for a campaign that begins this weekend with the traditional Community Shield opener.
- All clubs are awaiting answers from the government as to what restrictions will need to be in place.
- These range from:
- Reduced capacity to allow social distancing
- No food and drink to be sold to limit queuing and time spent on the concourse
- Fixed entry times to reduce crowding outside for the 14:55 rush
- Restrictions on standing and singing
Once clubs have the advice, they can then begin the process of designing their own criteria and measures for the forthcoming season. So what should Arsenal do?
- Season ticket opt-out
- With stadiums likely to be at limited capacity, the first thing clubs should do is offer fans the opportunity to opt-out for the season.
- This will allow them to freeze their season ticket for the year without losing it for the next season.
- Allowing fans to opt-out will mean season ticket holders who are vulnerable and those who are just not comfortable going to games are not punished.
- It also means that those fans who have been made redundant during COVID19 do not feel the pressure to get into debt renewing their season ticket.
- The advantage for Arsenal is it reduces how many fans have a season ticket when it comes to allocating tickets with lower capacity.
Arsenal have approximately 42,000 season ticket holders in a ground that holds just over 60,000. If grounds are only able to open with 1/3 capacity, that would be around 20,000 seats to be split between executive boxes, club level, gold, silver, purple, red, Junior Gunners and family enclosure members.
- If every season ticket was renewed, it would be fans going to every other game.
- But if 10,000 people took the option to opt-out, than those fans happy going would then get tickets for approximately 2 in every 3 games.
- But what about silver, red, purple, Junior Gunners and family enclosure members?
- Under normal circumstances, silver, red, etc members would be entitled to buy any remaining tickets after season ticket holders, away allocation and sponsors and cooperate tickets have been handed out.
- Under full capacity, this usually breaks down to approximately:
- 4,000 silver members (6% of all tickets)
- 3,000 Junior Gunners (5%)
- 2,000 red members (3%)
- Allocations can vary slightly if the visiting team do not take their full allocation.
- These ratios should be kept in place under restrictions.
- So if 20,000 fans can attend games, 1,200 should be silver members, 1,000 JGs/family and 600 red members.
- The remaining 17,200 would then be what is allocated to season ticket holders.
- How would season ticket holders be charged?
Throughout the season, we may well see capacity at stadia increase. It could also decrease or even end up with empty stadiums once more. This makes it impossible for clubs to come up with exactly how many games a season ticket holder will go to in 2020/21 and how much to charge them.
The only solution is to charge “pro-rata full price” upfront, with credits being issued for games fans were not “selected” for in the same way cup credits work. On the pro-rata full price, the first few games of the season are likely to be played behind closed doors. We can not see a situation where fans are in grounds before October.
This means fans would have already missed out on home games and should not be charged for games already gone. There are 19 home Premier League games, so if 4 have already been and gone before fans can enter a stadium, your season ticket price will be based on 15 games.
- The club could then give “credit windows” where they pay back fans for unused games (fans can also decide to just leave their credit “on account” to be used against their 2021/22 season ticket).
- This would allow fans to be refunded for games that have been and gone that they were not selected to attend.
- These windows could be:
- 1st – 6th December 2020 – Pre-Christmas payout
- 22nd – 28th March 2021 – pre-Easter
- End of season
This will give fans 3 opportunities to be refunded the games they have not been selected to attend. What about Ticket Exchange At the moment, if a season ticket holder is unable to go to a game, they are able to post it on the Ticket Exchange once the game has sold out. This enables red and silver members to buy tickets.
- Season ticket holders are not permitted to buy through the Ticket Exchange.
- For 2020/21, season ticket holders who were not selected for the corresponding game should also be able to purchase tickets through the Ticket Exchange if not selected.
- Logic dictates that unselected season ticket holders should get “priority” but the club can not control when tickets are put up on the ticket exchange by fans.
- The only logistical way to do it is to have a “free for all” where gold, silver, red, etc members all have the same opportunity to buy off the Ticket Exchange.
- Arsenal should also drop the requirement that the “game must be sold out” before fans can post up tickets.
- Cup Games
- Arsenal season tickets cover the 19 Premier League games and first 7 FA Cup / European games.
- For the 2020/21 season, Arsenal should change this to just the 19 Premier League games.
- This reduces the upfront payment fans will have to make for their season ticket.
- Season ticket holders can then “enter a ballot” for cup games, in the same way they do for cup finals.
They have to opt-in to the ballot, and then if they “win a ticket” they get the opportunity to purchase one for the corresponding cup game. Only those season ticket holders who have purchased their season ticket for 2020/21 should be allowed to enter the ballot.
- For cup games this season, Arsenal should also “standardise” ticket prices throughout the stadium so that ballot winners pay no more than they normally would for their own seat.
- It would be unfair on someone who usually pays £37 for their seat to then pay be asked to pay £115 for their ticket purely because their seat is covered for that game and their only option was upper tier on the half way line.
- Any tickets left over after the ballot first get offered to losing ballot entries, and then non-gold members.
- Scrap Categories
- Like a standardisation of ticket prices for cup games, Arsenal should scrap category pricing.
- Rather than Cat A, B & C depending on opponent, they should take an average price ticket price for every game.
So let’s say my season ticket is usually £1,100 for 27 games. Pro-rata Arsenal are set to play 15 league games. My season ticket cost would then be £611.11. That works out to £40.74 per game. Instead of me paying more if I get selected for a game against Manchester United, or less if it is against a smaller club like Burnley, I pay the same.
- Category pricing is done due to “supply and demand”, but with limited stadium capacity, demand is going to exceed supply regardless of who we play.
- Removing category pricing for a season is fair.
- Away Games
- We would be surprised if there are any away games this season.
- The lack of away fans will allow for more home fans in the stadium.
At Arsenal, away sides have around 3,600 tickets. That is an extra 1,200 home fans able to go to games.
- Away credits should be frozen for the season.
- Cup Finals
- Finally, what happens if we make a cup final?
- When it comes down to the ballot for season ticket holders, only those fans that opted-in to a season ticket should be allowed entry.
- It would be unfair if a fan who opted out of their season ticket because it was “unsafe” suddenly decided it was safe to go to games because we made a final, and then got a ticket ahead of a fan who has been going throughout the season.
- Any tickets remaining after the season ticket ballot should be offered to silver and red members based on how many games they had attended in 2020/21, rewarding those who have been to the most.
- Only after season ticket holders and silver/red members who have been to games have and their chance to buy tickets, should they be offered to opted-out season ticket holders and those members who have yet been to a game.
- Whilst we do not know exactly how the club are going to do things, we do know that when season ticket renewals come out fans will have not much more than a week to buy their ticket.
- Some fans will complain it’s “not enough time” but fans should really have the money put away for May/June renewals.
- The club are not really to blame if a fan has decided to spend that money, or not saved any.
- From what we can work out, this is the fairest way to allocate and manage tickets for 2020/21.
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Can I give my Arsenal season ticket to a friend?
Q. Who is eligible to use the Ticket Transfer service to transfer their seat(s)? A. Platinum and Gold Level Members only.Q. When can I transfer my seat for a game? A. Ticket Transfer will be enabled two calendar months before a fixture is played and will coincide with the Silver Members on sale, unless stated otherwise.
- Please check the ticket Information page on www.arsenal.com/tickets for up to date details or you can view it by entering your membership number & password into the online Box Office (ticket hub).Q.
- I am a Silver / Red Member can I transfer my ticket using this service? A.
- No, unfortunately you will not be able to transfer your tickets via this service.Q.
Is this service available over the telephone? A No, unfortunately due to the number of transfers that are likely to take place and the need for automation this is an online service only available through www.arsenal.com,Q. What happens if I want to transfer a ticket from a discounted under 24 ticket to someone over 24? A.
Young Adult and Cannon Season Ticket Holders can utilise Ticket Transfer to transfer their ticket to someone eligible for the sale concession discount. If you are a Young Adult or a Cannon Season Ticket Holder and wish to transfer your seat to an adult, please call Fan Services to upgrade your ticket on 0207 619 5000.
This can be done a maximum of two times per season, seat checks will be in operation to ensure there is no abuse of the concession discount at the Emirates. If you need to do this more than twice a season, we recommend upgrading your season ticket.Q. I am a Gold Level member in the Family Enclosure can I use the Ticket Transfer service? A.
Unfortunately you will not be able to use this facility online, however, please telephone our Fan Services Team on 020 7619 5000 opening hours (Monday-Friday 9:30am-5pm) for more details.Q. I am a Gold Level member in the Disabled Enclosure can I use the Ticket Transfer service? A. Unfortunately you will not be able to use this facility online, however, please contact the Disability Team on 020 7619 5000 (Option 2) for more details.Q.
How do I use the Ticket Transfer service? A. A full step-by-step guide to this new service is available here.Q. My friend does not have access to a computer can I transfer their ticket for them via the Ticket Transfer service? A. Yes, season ticket holders will also have the facility to transfer other members’ tickets as long they have already been added to level two of your Arsenal Network.Q.
- Is there a fee to transfer my season ticket? A.
- There is a small fee of £1 per ticket for Gold Members only to transfer their ticket(s) for each match.Q.
- What can I do if I have transferred my seat and then change my mind? A.
- If the recipient has not accepted your transfer offer then you will have the ability to cancel the pending offer.Q.
I have transferred my seat through the Ticket Transfer service which has been accepted and now wish to attend the fixture, is there anything I can do? A. Unfortunately no, once a transfer has been accepted your season card will be deactivated.Q. Is there a limit to how many times that I can transfer a seat in a season? A.
- Subject to Ticket Transfer being ‘live’ for a fixture, you can transfer for as many fixtures as you wish.Q.
- Are there any other ways that I can transfer my ticket? A.
- No, Ticket Transfer is the only official and legal way for Gold members to transfer their seats.Q.
- Can I check the status of my transferred seat(s) online? A.
Yes, you can view the status by entering your membership number & password into the online Box Office (ticket hub) and selecting My Account where you can view your booking history.Q. I have transferred my ticket to my friend but they have not accepted within the deadline, what will happen to my ticket, can i still go to the game? A.
Should your ticket not be accepted then your season card will remain active for the relevant game.Q. If the person I have transferred my ticket to has declined can I select another person to transfer to? A. Yes, you can select another person within your Arsenal network to transfer your ticket to which will cost Gold Members £1 per ticket.Q.
I am not a member, how will I receive my ticket? A. As a non member you will receive a Ticketfast (print at home) ticket Q. I am a member, will my membership card be activated? A. No, a Ticket Transfer print at home ticket will be generated and sent to all recipients using this service, however there maybe occasions when paper tickets are printed and dispatched if a fixture is available via the Friends and Family service or on General sale.Q.
What is My Arsenal Network? A. Adding Arsenal members to your Arsenal Network will make it easier for you to use our online services. Click here for a full step by step guide.Q. What is the deadline set to transfer my seat(s) via the Ticket Transfer service? A. The Ticket Transfer service will be available up to 3 hours before the advertised kick off time, unless stated otherwise.
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Why Arsenal tickets are expensive?
Arsenal fans fume as season ticket prices rise to be Premier League’s most expensive
- fans have took to fume as their season ticket prices rise to be the ‘s most expensive when comparing with other clubs.
- Arsenal Supporters’ Trust has hit out at the club’s decision to raise season ticket prices – with it increasing for the first time in seven years following £100m loses.
- The Gunners will charge their spectators around four per cent more per season ticket to generate around £4m extra per year.
- This comes as the North London outfit prepare to announce staggering £100m losses for 2020-21 – a significant leap on the £53m deficit a season earlier.
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- Despite that, the Arsenal Supporters’ Trust (AST) has released a lengthy statement describing the decision to rise the cost of a season ticket as ‘unjustified’ – especially given the rising cost of living.
- It read: “The AST believes that the 4% ticket price increase is unjustified at a time Arsenal’s overall revenues are increasing and fans are experiencing other pressures on their disposable income.
- “When presented with news of the increase at the recent Arsenal Advisory Board and Fans Forum, the AST representatives present argued against the case for any increase.
- “Arsenal’s position is that in light of costs increasing much faster than revenues (and now consistently being in loss making territory) they need to develop all of their revenue streams to move the club back to financial sustainability.
- “They also pointed out this is the first across the board ticket price increase in seven seasons.
“This price increase is forecast to generate an extra £3.8m in the 2022-23 season.
- “We pointed out to the club that in recent years they have secured big increases to other commercial and broadcast revenue streams and that the Premier League have just announced further big increases to future broadcast revenues and Uefa forecasting further increases too.
- “Arsenal can also expect a significant increase in their ticketing revenues as a result of likely qualification for European competitions next season.”
- There will be an increase of £44 to £1,139 if they reach the Europa League, and an increase of £40 to £1,050 if they once again fail to qualify for European competition.
- The AST did however say they welcomed change to cut the cost of tickets for 19-21 year olds by 25 per cent on the basis they are likely still in full-time education.
- The trust claim Arsenal will likely now lose fewer young fans who would previously have been priced out.
- However, they added that Arsenal should have been more open about the impending price hike and consulted fans more.
- Arsenal felt the need to raise the cost of a season ticket after losing a huge amount of matchday revenue due to Covid.
- There were 28 home games played behind closed doors as a direct result of the pandemic last term, with each game costing the club in excess of £3million.
- The 2020-21 figures will also reflect an annual wage bill at its highest ever before a recent departures including the likes of Mesut Ozil, Willian, David Luiz and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Can I buy 2 Arsenal tickets on one membership?
New Ballot System for Arsenal Members – To ensure fairness and equal opportunity, tickets for home Premier League fixtures will be sold via a ballot system exclusively for Arsenal Members. For each match, Members have a designated window in which to register either individually or as a group (provided that all members in the group meet the necessary requirements for the relevant ballot).
Family Enclosure Ballot The Family Enclosure is designed for members who are Junior Gunners and Senior Citizen Members. To register in the Family Enclosure Ballot, Silver & Cannon Silver members must be accompanied by a Junior Gunner member with a maximum ratio of 2 adults to 1 junior. Please note Junior Gunners aged 13 and under must register with an adult member aged 18 and over.
Any ballot applications that do not meet these criteria will be deemed unsuccessful. Once the ballot process is complete, all applicants will be emailed, regardless of the outcome. Successful applicants will have a 24-hour window to purchase tickets specifically for the family enclosure.
It is important to complete the purchase within this timeframe to secure your tickets in the family area. Silver and Red Ballot To participate in the ballot for both Silver and Red tickets, Arsenal requires you to authorise a payment card. If your application is successful, the payment card you provided will be automatically charged, and tickets will be assigned to you.
The ballot page, when open, will display a range of available prices for your reference. Please keep in mind that successful applicants may be assigned seats from any available areas and prices. Once the ballot process is complete, both unsuccessful and successful applicants will be emailed It is important to note that booking fees will be applied to this service.
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In the event that a Member is unable to attend a match they were successful in the ballot for, and that match has sold out, they will have the option to post their ticket on our Ticket Exchange platform. This way, other fans can purchase the ticket and enjoy the match.
- Ticket purchasing limits are specific to each game.
- For most Premier League games, tickets are available on the basis of one ticket per valid membership.
- Please note that a maximum of four tickets per ballot registration can be made with valid memberships, subject to availability.
- Stay up to date with the latest ticket information and upcoming games by visiting each fixture’s Ticket Information page here,
All the relevant details, including ballot registration windows and the number of tickets each Member can purchase for a particular game, will be clearly advertised there.
What happens if you lose Arsenal season ticket?
If the Season Ticket is lost, stolen, defaced, damaged or destroyed, the Club may, subject to these Terms and Conditions, and in its discretion, issue a replacement season ticket to you, upon payment by you of a non-refundable fee of £10.00.
How many tickets per red membership Arsenal?
Arsenal Red Membership – With Arsenal’s Red Membership you have access to a range of exclusive benefits, from access to 3,500 official general admission matchday tickets to every Premier League game, to full access to our online video service Arsenal Player.
How much do season tickets cost Premier League?
Loyal Premier League football fans have been forced to pay more for their season tickets despite the cost-of-living crisis – with some hit with 20 per cent price rises.14 of the 20 top-flight clubs announced hikes in the cost of an adult season ticket for 2023-24, with just four freezing prices.
- Despite the Premier League being awash with sponsorship and television revenues, several clubs claimed the raised costs of putting on matches left them with no choice but to charge supporters more.
- Nottingham Forest fans have most cause to be aggrieved with some season ticket costs rocketing by 20 per cent – with a new price structure penalising younger fans – despite the club only just avoiding relegation.
Fulham have jacked up season ticket costs by 18 per cent in some areas of Craven Cottage, which now has the league’s most expensive seat at an eye-watering £3,000 or £158 a match. Nottingham Forest fans are facing price hikes of up to 20 per cent for season tickets in 2023-24, with the majority of Premier League clubs raising prices despite the cost-of-living crisis Fulham owner Shahid Khan has been criticised for a sharp 18 per cent increase in ticket costs Chelsea are one of just a handful of top clubs who have committed to a ticket price freeze Aston Villa, Everton and Wolves were among the other Premier League clubs putting admission prices up by double digit amounts in some cases.
- The rises will cause many fans, especially those supporting families, to seriously consider whether they can afford to attend games.
- The latest UK inflation figure was 8.7 per cent in the 12 months to April, but it was as much as 11.1 per cent late last year, pushing food costs and interest rates up.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine forced up energy prices with households seeing their bills rise by hundreds of pounds over the winter, putting immense strain on budgets. While many of the clubs acknowledged the effects of the cost-of-living crisis on their fanbase, only Brentford, Chelsea, Sheffield United and Tottenham Hotspur either froze ticket costs or showed a negligible increase.
- Despite pocketing millions from European football prize funds and commercial revenue, big clubs such as Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United all put up prices.
- Season tickets also cover just home league games in most cases, forcing fans to shell out more to watch cup and European fixtures.
They also don’t cover away games or other matchday costs such as food, drinks and souvenirs. Mail Sport breaks down the 2023-24 season ticket costs for all 20 Premier League clubs below. Going to the match remains a ritual for many but the cost of doing so isn’t getting any cheaper Arsenal Arsenal have increased season ticket prices by five per cent for next season – and the package will include four games fewer than in 2022-23.
- Gunners season-ticket holders currently get 26 home games included (all 19 Premier League, plus two in the FA Cup and five in European competition) but that is being cut just as they return to the Champions League.
- The switch to 19 home league games plus three European fixtures did follow a consultation with supporters who, according to the club, wanted ‘more flexibility around attending matches.’ The club said removing the cup credits would allow up to 150,000 extra match tickets to become available for members.
The cheapest Arsenal season ticket will now be £973.50 and the most expensive non-hospitality option is £1,895.50, taking into account the increase. Aston Villa Aston Villa announced that the majority of their adult season tickets will go up in price by 15 per cent.
By means of explanation, they said raising prices would ‘help bring our revenues more in line with the costs of competing in the upper reaches of the Premier League’. Aston Villa fans can look forward to European football next season but ticket costs are rising They added: ‘The club are acutely aware of how everybody is experiencing the effects of the cost of living and inflation increases, however the club itself is not immune to those economic pressures.’ It comes after Unai Emery led the side into Europe for the first time since 2010-11.
Based on the 15 per cent average increase, the cheapest adult season ticket will rise from £531 to £610, and the most expensive from £752 to £864. Bournemouth The Cherries’ second season back in the Premier League will see an average 9.7 per cent increase in ticket costs, with three-quarters of fans seeing a rise of 8 per cent.
The cheapest adult season ticket at the Vitality Stadium in 2022/23 was £550 and the most expensive was £760. For next season, the lowest priced is £594 and the highest comes to £821. Brentford Brentford took the decision to freeze season ticket prices at the Gtech Community Stadium for next season. Chief executive Jon Varney said: ‘We are very mindful that the cost-of-living crisis is biting hard for people across the country and within our communities.
‘Ensuring that football remains affordable and accessible is really important for us and our fans.’ The cheapest adult season ticket at Brentford came in at £419 and the most expensive was £549 – which was the lowest price point in the league for top level season tickets.
- Brentford fans will be happy after the club froze season ticket prices for the 2023-24 campaign Brighton Brighton announced a ‘slight increase’ of about 4 per cent in their season ticket prices ahead of a campaign that will see them compete in the Europa League.
- They explained they ‘are seeing costs rise right across the business.’ It means their cheapest season ticket will go up from £545 last season to £565, while the most expensive rises from £860 to £895.
Burnley Burnley successfully returned to the Premier League at the first time of asking with Vincent Kompany’s side playing some slick football en route to winning the Championship. The club announced a rise of 8 per cent on ‘early bird’ season ticket renewals back in January, pointing out it was the first increase since 2014-15.
- ‘This is due to the significant increase in costs the club has sustained during this period,’ the club said.
- At the time it wasn’t known they would be back in the top-flight, of course.
- Last season’s range for adult season tickets in the ‘early bird’ window at Turf Moor was £319 to £455.
- Now it is £335 up to £500.
These naturally do increase after that early purchase window. Burnley celebrate their return to the Premier League at the first time of asking last month Chelsea Chelsea moved to freeze their season ticket prices in an acknowledgement the first year under Todd Boehly’s ownership has been a disappointment.
The Blues finished 12th in the Premier League standings, their first bottom half finish since 1996. It is actually the 12th consecutive year that Stamford Bridge season tickets have remained the same and they range from £595 up to £940. In a statement announcing their season ticket plans for next season, the club said: ‘This season has not produced the results that any of us want.
We know what we are working towards, but equally we know that will require hard work, determination and commitment. We all want to see Chelsea back where we belong and to share many more winning moments together at Stamford Bridge. ‘Adult general admission (GA) season tickets have been frozen since 2011/12, meaning since 2005, season ticket prices have fallen in real terms by 32%.
- Like many industries, our costs have also risen significantly.
- Operating Stamford Bridge and delivering matchdays have been particularly subjected to inflationary pressures – up 31% since 2018.
- ‘Equally, we are acutely aware of the rise in cost of living and the impact that has on our supporters.
- ‘Looking at all of these factors, the Board has decided to freeze GA season tickets for the 2023/24 season.’ Crystal Palace Season ticket prices at Selhurst Park have seen a small increase of five per cent.
In 2022/23, the cheapest price came in at £520 but that has now risen to £545 for the cheapest section of the ground and that’s if you buy during the first phase. Crystal Palace fans can be relied upon to generate a vibrant atmosphere at Selhurst Park The most expensive seat in the house has gone up from £850 to a maximum of £895, although that is £790 if you get organised and renew early.
Palace also offer a Season Ticket+ upgrade for an extra £50 which allows you to share tickets with others if you can’t make a game. Everton Prices at Goodison Park have gone up by roughly 10 per cent despite Everton’s brush with relegation from the Premier League this season. Prices for 2022/23 ranged from £465 up to £625, but now that is £515 for the cheapest seats in the family enclosure to £690 in the Park End.
The cheapest non-family stand seat is £600. Fulham Fulham have upset plenty of their fans by jacking up season ticket prices by as much as 18 per cent for their second season back in the top-flight. The most expensive adult renewal prices of 18 per cent were for the Hammersmith and Putney Ends behind each goal.
Those in the Johnny Haynes Stand have increase by 16 per cent. The Fulham Supporters’ Trust, who said they were not consulted on the rises, wrote an open letter to owner Shahid Khan calling it ‘draconian’. Fulham will have some of the most expensive seats in the league in the new Riverside Stand ‘The pricing structure has caused distress, anxiety, anger and disillusionment among a significant proportion of our loyal fan base.’ It came as Fulham also seek to cash in on their new Riverside Stand, with one premium season ticket available for an eye-watering £3,000.
Prices had a range of between £385 and £1,050 in 2022-23, but renewal costs for next season now start at £455. Liverpool Liverpool said no more than £17 will be added onto the price of a season ticket for next season. The small two per cent increase will also be applied to general admission tickets at Anfield and represents the first price rise for nine years.
The club froze junior prices. Liverpool announced a small increase to the price of tickets – the first rise for some nine years Liverpool said: ‘The rise is a result of significant rising costs across the club. In the past five years, annual operating costs for Anfield have increased by nearly 40 per cent, and utility costs have gone up by 100 per cent this season.
‘LFC carefully considered all aspects of these ticketing changes and did not take the decision lightly to increase prices.’ It means the range of season ticket costs at Anfield will alter from £685-£869 in 2022-23 to £699-£886 next season. Luton Town It was a historic season for Luton Town, who returned to top-flight football for the first time in 31 years following a dramatic penalty shoot-out win over Coventry in the Championship play-off final.
Much has been made about Kenilworth Road’s idiosyncrasies and the small capacity surely means everyone who already has a season ticket will be renewing. That may explain the lack of information online about prices for the new campaign. Based on last season in the Championship, early bird renewals ranged from £430-£480, with new applications £500.
Those who bought one last season saw history being made and are certainly in for a treat next season as some of the biggest names in world football drop by. Much has been made of the idiosyncrasies of Luton Town’s Kenilworth Road home Manchester City History beckons for Manchester City as they chase a Treble of Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League in the final weeks of the season.
But it will cost more to watch them at the Etihad next season with supporters charged an average of five per cent more. No reasoning was given and a fan group called City Matters proclaimed themselves ‘extremely disappointed’ with the rises. They added: ‘We are particularly shocked that the largest percentage rise has been imposed on supporters in lower-priced areas of the stadium.
‘With revenues increasing significantly in hospitality, sponsorship and broadcast, we asked the club to consider a price freeze for fans during a cost-of-living crisis. It’s a shame they decided to ignore fan representatives on this important issue.’ The situation is made more complex because City have two types of season ticket.
- The Gold tier enables access to all 19 Premier League home games and prices for non-premium, non-family seats range from £385 to £1,030.
- The Silver tier season ticket covers 14 home games but not the ones against the so-called ‘big six’.
- They range from £225 up to £620.
- Manchester City won the Premier League title and are chasing a historic Treble Manchester United Manchester United revealed a five per cent rise in season ticket costs back in February – the first increase in 11 years.
A club statement said: ‘We know fans are facing a tough time too with the increased cost of living, so it is important for us that we don’t just pass that increase directly on to you. ‘We are covering as much of the cost as possible and keeping the increase to season ticket prices to an absolute minimum.’ The increase will see the range of season tickets costs change from £532-£950 in 2022-23 to £559 to £998 next season.
Newcastle United Newcastle season tickets will be difficult to come by after the club reached the Champions League for the first time in 20 years. It’ll be a lengthy waiting list and that maybe explains why there isn’t any information out there on the subject aside from notifications about a new digital ticketing system coming in.
For the season just passed, the range of costs was from £417 in the family section at St James’ Park up to £811 in the premium category. Newcastle United fans can look forward to Champions League football next season Nottingham Forest Nottingham Forest may have secured a second season in the Premier League but the club hierarchy have infuriated fans by jacking up prices by as much as 20 per cent.
- The cheapest available season ticket at the City Ground has risen from £385 to £465 and the club has scrapped its 18-23 concession band.
- That means supporters are now charged the full adult rate from the age of 20 rather than 24, meaning a costly increase of hundreds for some young fans.
- Next season’s season tickets range from £465 up to £660.
Andy Caddell, chair of the Forest Supporters Trust, told the BBC back in March: ‘The price increase of 20 per cent for older season tickets like my own is a great deal of money, especially during the cost-of-living crisis. ‘But the ones that concerned us most were those younger age groups, as they’re the future of the club.’ In response, Forest chairman Nicholas Randall pointed to the club’s ‘historic pricing record, which has often involved price reductions.’ Sheffield United Those Blades fans who got in nice and early to renew will feel they for a bargain after promotion was secured back to the Premier League.
- The first phase of renewals, up until April 5, saw a price range of £380.50 for a seat on The Kop to £490.50 in the most expensive seats.
- Those who waited until the second phase will pay between £418.50 to £528.50 for the same seats.
- The range for the season just passed was £404 to £515, meaning there’s only a slight increase and it’s less anyway if you were an ‘early bird’.
Sheffield United fans celebrate their return to the Premier League from the Championship Tottenham Hotspur Tottenham have endured a shocking season as they finished eighth and missed out on European football. One consolation for fans came when the club announced season ticket prices for 2023-24 wouldn’t be going up.
- In fairness, Spurs already had some of the league’s most expensive tickets at their state-of-the-art stadium, with the cheapest adult one at £807 and the priciest at a whopping £2,015.
- West Ham United The cost of a season ticket at the London Stadium will go up by between four and eight per cent depending on where you sit.
In 2022-23, when West Ham flirted with relegation from the Premier League, they boasted the cheapest 19-game ticket in the division at £299. At the pricier end of the range, the most expensive was £1,025. For next season, the cheapest ‘band six’ adult ticket costs £310, while a ‘band one’ will set you back £1,105.
- More luxury options are available at £1,620 for the 1966 West area and £1,360 for the 1966 Billy Bonds Stand.
- West Ham’s London Stadium witnessed a relegation fight and a European run this season Wolverhampton Wanderers Wolves have kept coy about publicising next season’s prices online but fans on forums are reporting rises of between five and 11 per cent.
They did shout about their cheapest rate of £525 in the Graham Hughes Stand, which is a reduction on the lowest 2022-23 cost of £590. However, many fans were unhappy at being quoted price rises sometimes into double digits with one higher band seat going up from £786 to £833.
|£926.50 / £1,839
|£973.50 / £1,895.50
|£531 / £752
|£610 / £864
|£550 / £760
|£594 / £821
|£419 / £549
|£419 / £549
|£545 / £860
|£565 / £895
|£319 / £455
|£335 / £500*
|£595 / £940
|£595 / £940
|£520 / £850
|£545 / £895
|£465 / £625
|£515 / £690
|£385 / £1,050
|£455 / £3,000
|£685 / £869
|£699 / £886
|£430 / £500
|£350 / £980
|£225 / £1,030
|£532 / £950
|£559 / £998
|£417 / £811
|£385 / £550
|£465 / £660
|£404 / £515
|£380.50 / £490.50*
|£807 / £2,015
|£807 / £2,015
|WEST HAM UNITED
|£299 / £1,025
|£310 / £1,105
|£590 / £786
|£525 / £833
|Based on adult prices and not including hospitality tickets. *Includes some ‘early bird’ renewal windows.
How much does Arsenal cost?
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Premium Premium statistics Industry-specific and extensively researched technical data (partially from exclusive partnerships). A paid subscription is required for full access. In 2023, Arsenal FC’s enterprise value amounted to 2.301 billion euros, representing an increase of around 45 percent on the previous year.
What is the dress code for Arsenal VIP?
If you are seated club level, you may wear your arsenal football shirts and dress casual; however, you are expected to dress with style and sophistication for your VIP hospitality package guests. To maintain the formal environment, all men are required to wear smart attire. This includes: Button-up shirt.
Is Arsenal Red membership worth it?
Is Arsenal Red Membership Right for You? – Arsenal Red Membership is a unique offering for the die-hard Arsenal fans. If you’re the kind of person who lives and breathes everything Arsenal, then Red Membership is definitely worth taking a closer look at. The benefits of becoming a Red Member are many, and they’re designed to enhance your matchday experience and bring you closer to the club you love.
- One of the most significant benefits of Red Membership is priority access to match tickets.
- No more stress and frustration of trying to get your hands on tickets for the big games.
- As a Red Member, you’ll be given priority over non-members, which means you’ll have a much better chance of securing your desired seats.
So, if you’re a regular match-goer, this benefit alone makes Red Membership worth considering. Another perk of Red Membership is the exclusive experiences and merchandise discounts. From behind-the-scenes tours of the stadium to meet and greets with players, Red Members get the chance to experience Arsenal in a whole new way.
- You’ll also have access to special merchandise discounts, so you can show your support for the club and look good doing it.
- Whether it’s a new shirt, a scarf, or a cap, you’ll be able to get your Arsenal gear for less.
- Finally, as a Red Member, you’ll become part of a community of like-minded Arsenal fans.
This is a fantastic opportunity to meet new people and make new friends, all while supporting the team you love. You’ll have access to online forums, where you can chat with other fans and share your thoughts and opinions. And, of course, you’ll receive regular updates on everything that’s happening at the club, so you’ll always be in the know.
Where do Arsenal season ticket holders sit?
What are Club Level Seats? – Club Level seats are located on the Club Level tier at Emirates Stadium. Platinum Members hold a Club Level Season Ticket for all competitive men’s first-team home games and enjoy all the action from the best seats in the house. Hospitality guests also enjoy match seats on Club Level as part of their Matchday Experience package. Back to top
What is gold membership Arsenal?
Gold Membership Print – Modified on: Wed, 31 May, 2023 at 11:42 AM Gold Membership is a General Admission Season ticket that includes 19 Home Premier League games and 3 Home Champions League Group Stage fixtures. If you are interested in becoming a gold member then you first must join the season ticket waiting list and increase your chances of watching Arsenal play every week.
If a Gold level member decides not to renew their season ticket/s then this will be made available to those on the season ticket waiting list Price: £50 for adults and £25 for juniors (redeemable against your first season ticket purchase) Please note the season ticket waiting list is separate to The Arsenal Official Membership Scheme and as such no membership benefits are offered to those on the season ticket waiting list.
As a Gold member you will receive the following membership benefits
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How many tickets can I buy Arsenal?
How do I buy a ticket? Modified on: Thu, 15 Jun, 2023 at 11:53 AM
- The best way to buy a ticket is to become a member.
- Tickets will be made available to Members for Premier League, FA Cup and European matches will be sold via a ballot
- For more information on our membership options please click
- How can members buy tickets?
Red Membership ticket ballots for home fixtures will be held approximately 4-6 weeks prior to each fixture. Please note, timings may be condensed around cup games and matches at the start of the season. If you are a parent or guardian and you’d like to attend a fixture with a Junior Gunner member, you will be able to enter a dedicated ballot for tickets in the Family Enclosure.
- The ballot for each match will be run independently and open to all members who choose to register.
- For more information on the ballot process please click
- How do I find out when tickets go on sale?
- To view when ballot dates are confirmed please click, Silver, Red and Disabled Access members can now download the dates of when your priority ticket window opens into your own email calendar by clicking,
- How many tickets can I buy?
Members are able to purchase one ticket each, subject to availability. In the event of a “Friends & Family” sale, it is usually possible to purchase an additional three tickets, thought this may change from fixture to fixture.
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- Can Members buy tickets in a group?
- You can register for ticket ballots, purchase match tickets for selected matches and check ticket availability on Ticket Exchange via your Online Box Office Account.
- Members wishing to attend with their friends and family will be able to register to be balloted together, as a group as long as all members are added to your network.
- Where the number of ballot registrations for a match does not exceed the number of available tickets, all Red Members who have entered will be successful.
- There will also be increased ticket availability next season for FA Cup and European knock-out matches which are no longer included in our General Admission Season Ticket.
- How do I set up a network?
- Please click for full details on how to set up a network.
- If I buy a Membership, am I guaranteed a ticket?
Please note as a member you are not guaranteed a ticket as all tickets are subject to availability. If you are unsuccessful in the ballot then please note ticket exchange will then be activated.
- What is Ticket Exchange?
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- I am having no luck buying a Ticket on the Ticket Exchange?
- If you are looking for a ticket on the exchange our advice would be to login to your account as often as you can to check for availability.
There may be occasions. especially for popular fixtures where you may receive error messages online due to other members purchasing seat(s) that you are attempting to buy. For more information on error messages, please click, Official Tickets Tickets to all our home fixtures should be purchased directly though us.
Even if a fixture has sold out, new listings will often become available on the “Ticket Exchange”, so members are encouraged to check back regularly. We also have a handful of official sellers who are authorised by the club to sell ticket packages. Please note that tickets purchased from unofficial websites, agencies, social media sites, or from touts will be invalid and you are likely to be refused entry or ejected from the stadium.
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Can you sell Arsenal tickets?
Ticket Exchange Any Arsenal Member that is unable to attend a game can sell their tickets to fellow Arsenal members or transfer them to family or friends. From the star. Wed, 12 Jul, 2023 at 8:29 AM Season ticket holders unable to attend a game can make their ticket available once the match is sold out via the Ticket Exchange Service.
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- Sun, 22 May, 2022 at 1:38 PM The Cashback service will be available throughout each season during designated periods.
- Cashback can be used by Platinum and Gold members and provides,
- Sun, 6 Mar, 2022 at 7:49 AM From the start of the 2022/23 season, if a Gold or Platinum member uses Ticket Exchange for a particular game, this will count towards them earning the rele.
Thu, 4 Aug, 2022 at 9:22 PM Once the Silver ballot has been run, Ticket Exchange will open to give Season Ticket Holders the opportunity to post their ticket for sale and to give Silve. Sun, 28 May, 2023 at 8:12 AM From the start of the 23/24 season, any Member who purchases a ticket for a game will be able to sell their ticket on Ticket Exchange to another Arsenal Mem.
How much on average are Arsenal tickets?
Arsenal Ticket Prices for Relevant Competitions – Tickets for Arsenal FC matches are hard to get hold of, but by using SeatPick, you’ll maximize your chances of success. Below you’ll see an idea of the kind of prices you should expect when it comes to Arsenal tickets online in the relevant competitions they’ll be playing in.
- For 2023/24 link, these competitions include the Premier League, FA Cup, EFL Carabao Cup, and the Champions League.
- Tickets for these games, especially for a local North London derby like the one that sees Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur do battle, will be more expensive than most other matches.
- Similarly, Arsenal VIP tickets are expensive and any matches against big Premier League teams will not be cheap.
Another factor to take into account when it comes to Arsenal FC tickets is the location within the stadium itself. For instance, club-level seats are more expensive than those in other areas of the Emirates Stadium.
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Which Premier League club has the cheapest season ticket?
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