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All Season Ticket and Premium Seat Holders: Monday 15 November, 2pm (one per person)
Seats will be reserved until 3pm on Thursday 18 November.

My Bees Members with a high amount of TAPs (threshold to be confirmed): Friday 19 November, 3pm (one per person - six per transaction)

My Bees Members with a lower TAPs threshold (lower TAPs threshold TBC dependant on demand): Monday 22 November, 2pm (one per person, subject to availability, six per transaction)

All My Bees Members: Tuesday 23 November, 3pm (one per person, subject to availability, six per transaction)

100 of these Match Tickets will be available to purchase at the Box Office only. 100 Match Tickets will be offered in pairs via an under 18 Lucky Dip (similar to the process we successfully operated at the 2021 Championship Play-Off Final and our home Arsenal fixture). Successful Members will be contacted by the Box Office to buy two Match Tickets (including one for a parent/guardian Member).
 

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All Season Ticket and Premium Seat Holders: Monday 15 November, 2pm (one per person)
Seats will be reserved until 3pm on Thursday 18 November.

My Bees Members with a high amount of TAPs (threshold to be confirmed): Friday 19 November, 3pm (one per person - six per transaction)

My Bees Members with a lower TAPs threshold (lower TAPs threshold TBC dependant on demand): Monday 22 November, 2pm (one per person, subject to availability, six per transaction)

All My Bees Members: Tuesday 23 November, 3pm (one per person, subject to availability, six per transaction)

100 of these Match Tickets will be available to purchase at the Box Office only. 100 Match Tickets will be offered in pairs via an under 18 Lucky Dip (similar to the process we successfully operated at the 2021 Championship Play-Off Final and our home Arsenal fixture). Successful Members will be contacted by the Box Office to buy two Match Tickets (including one for a parent/guardian Member).

Will season ticket holders be able to buy on Friday 19 November if they fancy 'sampling' another area. S106 awaits!
 
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Yes that is usually the case

As long as you haven't bought your own seat you should be able to buy another same time as Members with high TAPs
 

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Needs clarifying though. Don't want the club to erroneously apply a simple TAPs threshold...
 
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Why would they ??

The Club only expects to have 19 (or 23 when we were in the Championship) Home Games

Everything else is unplanned for
 

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Why would they ??

The Club only expects to have 19 (or 23 when we were in the Championship) Home Games

Everything else is unplanned for
PSHers get the first 3 cup games at home included in their package (up to a particular round) - don't have the precise details

That's why questions are being asked...
 

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PSHers get the first 3 cup games at home included in their package (up to a particular round) - don't have the precise details

That's why questions are being asked...
I don't believe there is any other definition or restriction about which cup, apart from European Cup, or which round, just Inclusive access to first three home Cup matches (excluding European Cup games).
 

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PSHers get the first 3 cup games at home included in their package (up to a particular round) - don't have the precise details

That's why questions are being asked...

I don't think it's the first three, just any three. I remember when we were discussing the FGR match with the club they said "we've chosen to make this one of the PSH matches"
 

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I don't think it's the first three, just any three. I remember when we were discussing the FGR match with the club they said "we've chosen to make this one of the PSH matches"
You've made me dig out the agreement.... "Inclusive access to first three home Cup matches (excluding European Cup games)". So yes, it appears this is included.
 

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Won't Chelsea be entitled to a lager % of tickets than for the league fixture ? Therefore the whole of the East stand. Will also apply to FA cup massages.
 

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Won't Chelsea be entitled to a lager % of tickets than for the league fixture ? Therefore the whole of the East stand. Will also apply to FA cup massages.
Not for League Cup games, only FA Cup.
 

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How much are these please and can you buy today in a different part of the ground and escape the family stand for the night?
 

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£40 to purchase my own seat as a senior in the North Stand. Bloody hell! ☹️
 

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£40 it’s abit of a joke just before Christmas! Will be 7 season ticket holder tickets that won’t be purchased in west stand
 

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how does it work if i dont buy my DO seat ? am i still guaranteed a ticket somewhere else please ?
 

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£40?!?!? Is that what hobbsy meant by Category A. Wow. Big club. Hmm.
 

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Looking forward to this one, but prices are a bit steep!

I think so too but it's all about supply and demand and the club will have no problem selling this game out in very quick time; if a number of ST holders opt out members will move in to attend a big game under the lights. I can see why the prices have been set as they are.
 

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I think so too but it's all about supply and demand and the club will have no problem selling this game out in very quick time; if a number of ST holders opt out members will move in to attend a big game under the lights. I can see why the prices have been set as they are.
Also everything is aligned with Ticket access. So if you want Category B prices, then it goes members free for all straight away.
Category F is the only one were the club have scope to do what they want, which isn't going to happen for the LCQF.
 

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£40?!?!? Is that what hobbsy meant by Category A. Wow. Big club. Hmm.

I think this is where we begin to understand the value of our current cut price season tickets. £60 for my own seat in the Dug Out feels quite shocking - it'll be the most I've ever paid for a match ticket in the UK - and yet in reality that's the value we get week in week out.
 

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£50 for mine in the North Stand. Sod that, really think I'm likely to give it a miss as have shelled out for 3 away games in the last couple of weeks as well. Wonder what the season ticket prices will be like next year?
 

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What is Band A+, A, B? I'm in south stand and my dad is in north.
I can honestly see a lot of fans ditching this game, and dependent on future pricing of season tickets and lot will decide they have had enough. We all know Premier League was a rip off, and we are now part of this. Another way to get rid of the loyals who were there when times were hard. My 85 year old dad will probably say we are only having chicken drumsticks this year as the money put aside for the turkey has gone.
 

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I think this is where we begin to understand the value of our current cut price season tickets. £60 for my own seat in the Dug Out feels quite shocking - it'll be the most I've ever paid for a match ticket in the UK - and yet in reality that's the value we get week in week out.
Agree , the ST has been incredible value and we got the ifollow games on top, but already doing six games in December and changed holiday dates once so we would be back for Man City game, so not too disappointed we have to miss this one and "save" £160-£180 ++
 

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I think this is where we begin to understand the value of our current cut price season tickets. £60 for my own seat in the Dug Out feels quite shocking - it'll be the most I've ever paid for a match ticket in the UK - and yet in reality that's the value we get week in week out.
It's a joke of a price. You can keep your samosas for this one! I'm in with the WSA!
 

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£65 for our two tickets in the North Stand - I can swallow the cost but it does seem excessive and can see people swerving it this close to Christmas. I mentioned (over Whatsapp) to one of my mates (a senior) who sits in the Dugout that his seat would be £50 - I think he feinted at the shock as not heard back :ROFLMAO:
 

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I'm a senior but Mrs PB isn't. She's not coming to this game, so I want to allocate her ticket to someone else who is a senior. Any idea if I'll be able to do this when buying online?
I've phoned the ticket office to enquire - 22 minutes and counting on hold ...
 

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how does it work if i dont buy my DO seat ? am i still guaranteed a ticket somewhere else please ?

Season Ticket Holders have until Thursday 18 November, 3pm to book their own seat. After this time, seat reservations will be removed, and tickets will no longer be guaranteed. These will become available to Members with a selected amount of TAPs (Ticket Access Points to be confirmed) on Friday 19 November, 3pm.


Don't know if this is helpful from the clubs Twitter
 

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I got told off elsewhere when I expressed some doubt about my enthusiasm for this match but £50 a pop for a ticket?! Orly?
 

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I think this is where we begin to understand the value of our current cut price season tickets. £60 for my own seat in the Dug Out feels quite shocking - it'll be the most I've ever paid for a match ticket in the UK - and yet in reality that's the value we get week in week out.
No football match is worth £60
 

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Probably been asked before, but is it on tv?
 

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£50 for mine in the North Stand. Sod that, really think I'm likely to give it a miss as have shelled out for 3 away games in the last couple of weeks as well. Wonder what the season ticket prices will be like next year?
Next year they will be well And truly making up for the freezing deal and getting this season on a championship price
 
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