Arsenal Tickets: Pricing, How To Buy & More
As one of the so-called ‘Big Six’ clubs in the Premier League, it is little wonder that Arsenal tickets at always highly sought after by fans.
Despite having a capacity of more than 60,000, tickets can sometimes be difficult to find for home games at the Emirates Stadium.
However, with a little bit of pre-planning, it is perfectly feasible for supporters to buy Arsenal tickets. Here are the best options.
Arsenal Ticket Prices
The cheapest Arsenal tickets cost £26 for Category C matches. Prices rise to £95.50 for Category A games in the best seats.
Arsenal season tickets start at around £900, rising to more than £2,000 in the most expensive areas of the Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal Premier League Fixtures
Arsenal’s official website is the best place to buy tickets, although you will need to purchase an annual membership package to be given priority status.
Available from around £29, these offer an array of additional benefits including the opportunity to win signed merchandise, join virtual events and more.
As a Red Member, you have access to 3,500 tickets for every full capacity Premier League game at the Emirates Stadium, access to Ticket Exchange and several other ticketing benefits.
Fixtures are split into categories based on the level of opponent and prices vary dependent on where you choose to sit in the stadium.
Any remaining tickets for any games are placed on general sale to non-members and generally cost around five percent more than the membership price.
Domestic Cup & European Home Fixtures
Season ticket holders are given priority to secure their seats for cup competitions before the remaining tickets are made available to members.
If there are any tickets left unsold, these are placed on general sale. Prices for domestic cup matches and UEFA competitions are similar to the Premier League rates.
Arsenal Tickets Exchange
The Arsenal Ticket Exchange service offers season ticket holders the opportunity to sell their tickets to members, family or friends if they are unable to attend a game.
The credit for the sale is deducted from the cost of your season ticket renewal less a 10 percent administrative charge.
Funds may also be withdrawn during allotted timeslots using the cashback service. There are generally six or seven cashback windows during the season.
The scheme is designed to ensure season tickets holders do not lose out if they are unable to attend a game and offer other fans a better chance of watching Arsenal matches.
The Ticket Transfer service allows Gold and Platinum members to transfer tickets to a family member or friend once that fixture has sold out.
After accepting the transfer, the recipient prints a coupon which provides them with access to the stadium on matchday.
This helps the club keep a lid on unauthorised and illegal ticket sales, and ensures that the original ticket holder does not have to hand over their membership card to someone else.
Watch Arsenal Live
If you are unable to buy tickets for an upcoming Arsenal fixture, you can still watch it live online. Read here for more information on how to watch Arsenal games live online, or how to find any football streams quickly.
More Premier League Tickets Information
If you have any issues with tickets that you have bought for any Premier League game, you should contact the Premier League or the home club directly.
Read here for more information on how to buy Premier League tickets, whether it’s one-off games or season tickets for your favourite team.
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