The club can confirm its matchday ticket pricing structure for the 2014/15 season and ticket information for the home Premier League matches against Crystal Palace, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur and Hull City.
As announced in December last year, there will be a three per cent increase across the board on match tickets, in line with inflation. This is only the third across the board ticket rise in the nine years the club has been at Emirates Stadium.
For next season, the club will once again be operating a categorised ticket policy, with matches at Emirates Stadium being graded A, B or C. This initiative, introduced in 2013, has enabled the club to offer 90,000 cheaper match tickets from £25 as part of its drive to provide more tickets at affordable prices.
The grading of FA Cup and European fixtures to be played at Emirates Stadium are determined by a number of factors, including the opposition and scheduled time of the match.
Tickets for the Crystal Palace fixture, a category B game, will range from £36.50 in the Lower Tier to £73.50 in the Upper Tier, as opposed to £35.50 and £71.50 last season. Category A fixtures against Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur will range from £64 in the Lower Tier to £127 in the Upper Tier. Hull City, a category C fixture, will have tickets priced from £26 to £51.50 in the Lower and Upper Tiers respective.
Prices within the Family Enclosure for Team JGs (four to 16 year-olds) and Young Guns Enclosure (12 to 16 year-olds) have been held for category B and C matches, which remain unchanged at £10 each. Introduced last season, the Young Guns Enclosure, which is in operation for weekend Premier League B and C matches, offers up to 1,000 tickets per game.
The club’s policy of offering lower-priced tickets for League Cup fixtures to be played at Emirates Stadium will continue for the 2014/15 season, which sees tickets priced from £10 for adults and £5 for children.
The Ticket Exchange and Ticket Transfer services continue to be in operation as a safe way for season ticket holders to sell or transfer their ticket if they are unable to attend a match at Emirates Stadium, once the fixture has sold out.
The Exchange and Transfer facilities provide members a secure and convenient service to resell tickets to fellow members. The club hopes this will assist in its objectives of eradicating the unauthorised and illegal sale of tickets through touts, while ensuring as many supporters as possible can get behind the team throughout the 2014/15 season, creating a fantastic atmosphere within Emirates Stadium.
Please note that the Premier League has announced the TV dates for matches up to and including the end of November. Ordinarily, fixtures up to this date will not now change. However, as ever, all fixtures remain subject to change and circumstances may yet arise which result in further fixture changes.
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