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Arsenal v Southampton - Tickets £5 to £20.00 (League Cup Quarter Final)

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Ticket details announced for Arsenals league cup 4th round tie against Southampton on 30th Nov, League Cup Quarter Final Upper Tier: Adults £20, Children / OAP £10 Lower Tier: Adults £10, Childr… Read More
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Ticket details announced for Arsenals league cup 4th round tie against Southampton on 30th Nov, League Cup Quarter Final

Upper Tier: Adults £20, Children / OAP £10

Lower Tier: Adults £10, Children / OAP £5

almost guaranteed to go on general sale meaning anyone who wants a ticket will be able to get one, Cheap trip to one of best stadiums in the country, chance to maybe visit a new stadium or just to watch a game of football while in the area,

On General sale this Friday(11/11/16) if it doesn't sell out before then

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28 Likes
bro631
No point watching mid table teams lol


Yeah if mid table means joint top.
12 Likes
bro631
No point watching mid table teams lol
this is a deal for you
5 Likes
shabbird
good deal but as usual will be reserves vs reserves. :(

Dunno about Southampton, but Arsenal will probably put out Giroud, The Ox, Gabriel, Gibbs, Elneny, Iwobi, Jenkinson plus a couple of other fringe players and a couple of kids. So not exactly reserves or unknowns.

In the past Wenger would have put out a team almost entirely made up of kids in this Cup, that's not really the case now.

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1 Like #1
good deal but as usual will be reserves vs reserves. :(
1 Like #2
No point watching mid table teams lol

Edited By: bro631 on Oct 30, 2016 13:08
#3
Thanks op
2 Likes #4
Managed to get tickets to arsenal vs reading via general tickets when you posted the last deal
28 Likes #5
bro631
No point watching mid table teams lol


Yeah if mid table means joint top.
#6
i am not too sure if this will go on gen sale. their website says any remaining ticket will go on the friends and family sale.
#7
This isn't guaranteed to go to general sale. It is the Quarter-finals vs Southampton.
4 Likes #8
bro631
No point watching mid table teams lol

Jealous manchester united fan???
1 Like #9
Not a deal yet...once and if it goes general sale then I'll give you some heat
12 Likes #10
bro631
No point watching mid table teams lol
this is a deal for you
#11
Same fixture went on general sale two years ago (3rd round) so can't see why it wouldn't again. Heat.

BTW get there a bit early. Missed the first 20 minutes on Tuesday due to really long queues of 25 mins or more.

Edited By: stanno on Oct 30, 2016 18:08
1 Like #12
The queues were due to the new tag a bag scheme. We were an hour early getting in and even then it took 15 minutes instead of the previous 2. That said, security is a must and I'm sure it will be tweaked to help speed up entrance.
1 Like #13
Phoned up today and the young lady said friends and family will probably sell the tickets out.
#14
Where is it being played?
#15
gw3gon
Where is it being played?
Emirates, London.
1 Like #16
shabbird
good deal but as usual will be reserves vs reserves. :(

yep it was arsenal reserves against reading reserves last Tuesday. Not a bad game though for £10
#17
Raseo7
i am not too sure if this will go on gen sale. their website says any remaining ticket will go on the friends and family sale.

No chance, in the last round Arsenal reserves v Reading reserves was a sell out way before the match. Reading sold out in under an hour

Edited By: royals on Oct 30, 2016 20:04
5 Likes #18
shabbird
good deal but as usual will be reserves vs reserves. :(

Dunno about Southampton, but Arsenal will probably put out Giroud, The Ox, Gabriel, Gibbs, Elneny, Iwobi, Jenkinson plus a couple of other fringe players and a couple of kids. So not exactly reserves or unknowns.

In the past Wenger would have put out a team almost entirely made up of kids in this Cup, that's not really the case now.
#19
royals
Raseo7
i am not too sure if this will go on gen sale. their website says any remaining ticket will go on the friends and family sale.

No chance, in the last round Arsenal reserves v Reading reserves was a sell out way before the match. Reading sold out in under an hour


This went to General sale last time and was on general sale for weeks. This will be the same, Quarter final or not
#20
Raseo7
i am not too sure if this will go on gen sale. their website says any remaining ticket will go on the friends and family sale.


Said that last time it will do mate
#21
Hot from me I am a season ticket holder so always buy on the family and friends sale for my friends.

I can't imagine many lower tier being available on general sale though.
#22
matar
bro631
No point watching mid table teams lol
this is a deal for you
I think u need a pair
#23
Not a fan of either team, but wanted to throw out a question........ these sort of offers are probably indicative of a lack of demand at normal prices, so does that mean -
a) prices are generally too high for many premiership teams whatever the game
b) this is not the most popular competition unless it's the final
c) gooners might manage to get European football again next season, so fans are picking their games
d) money's tight everywhere
e) when stadiums get more capacity, there's often empty seats in certain games for a while

I think it's a bit of all of them, but be interested to hear opinions - many years ago this competition struggled to get good crowds anywhere as I remember, especially when fans were saving up for foreign trips, so perhaps nothing has changed much after all.
4 Likes #24
The only way I would go to the Emirates is if Piers Morgan was placed in a set of medieval stocks and there was a raffle for fans in the crowd to win the chance to throw 5kg weights at his smug smirking face.
#25
I probably already know the answer but this is just for Arsenal stands right? I'm a Saints supporter.
#26
kamenitzabrit
Not a fan of either team, but wanted to throw out a question........ these sort of offers are probably indicative of a lack of demand at normal prices, so does that mean -
a) prices are generally too high for many premiership teams whatever the game
b) this is not the most popular competition unless it's the final
c) gooners might manage to get European football again next season, so fans are picking their games
d) money's tight everywhere
e) when stadiums get more capacity, there's often empty seats in certain games for a while

I think it's a bit of all of them, but be interested to hear opinions - many years ago this competition struggled to get good crowds anywhere as I remember, especially when fans were saving up for foreign trips, so perhaps nothing has changed much after all.


No this competition are always these prices at Arsenal games as it's not a priority and if Arsenal won't put their strongest 11 out then they won't charge full price. Good chance for kids and non-season ticket holder to go
#27
bro631
matar
bro631
No point watching mid table teams lol
this is a deal for you
I think u need a pair
Says the one that called Arsenal a midtable team :D
1 Like #28
kamenitzabrit
Not a fan of either team, but wanted to throw out a question........ these sort of offers are probably indicative of a lack of demand at normal prices, so does that mean -
a) prices are generally too high for many premiership teams whatever the game
b) this is not the most popular competition unless it's the final
c) gooners might manage to get European football again next season, so fans are picking their games
d) money's tight everywhere
e) when stadiums get more capacity, there's often empty seats in certain games for a while
I think it's a bit of all of them, but be interested to hear opinions - many years ago this competition struggled to get good crowds anywhere as I remember, especially when fans were saving up for foreign trips, so perhaps nothing has changed much after all.

The majority of this competition is played at night during the winter months. Demand therefore will ease up on these games more than any other. As the extra game is not factored into the expected ticket sales, they can choose any price they like. Most clubs will stick to their normal pricing and just take a hit on the tickets sold whereas Arsenal prefer a full stadium so to give the fringe players more of an occasion/to give the youngsters a taste of what's to come. I also suspect it helps the club argue with the media for when it comes to being reported on as having the highest season ticket costs of any club, they can argue back as to having the cheapest ticket price too.
#29
"Same old Arsenal always cheap in"
#30
Any idea when general sale will be? (If at all)
banned 1 Like #31
shabbird
good deal but as usual will be reserves vs reserves. :(

Wenger doesnt do that anymore. He used to but not for 3 years
#32
ben5363
bro631
No point watching mid table teams lol


Yeah if mid table means joint top.


Joint top. Joint 1st place. Joint Champions. All phrases that don't make any sense.

However, good to see clubs making tickets affordable even though last time Spurs did this (at Wembley with an extra 30000 seats) they got slaughtered for it by Arsenal fans..
1 Like #33
kamenitzabrit
Not a fan of either team, but wanted to throw out a question........ these sort of offers are probably indicative of a lack of demand at normal prices, so does that mean -
a) prices are generally too high for many premiership teams whatever the game
b) this is not the most popular competition unless it's the final
c) gooners might manage to get European football again next season, so fans are picking their games
d) money's tight everywhere
e) when stadiums get more capacity, there's often empty seats in certain games for a while
I think it's a bit of all of them, but be interested to hear opinions - many years ago this competition struggled to get good crowds anywhere as I remember, especially when fans were saving up for foreign trips, so perhaps nothing has changed much after all.

League cup games aren't included within the season ticket (season tickets include 7 cup credits for first 7 CL and FA Cup games), so there are 60,000 seats to sell, instead of <15,000 for PL and CL/FA cup credit games.

Demand for the 15,000 seats to watch the first team play in the PL massively outstrips supply, so Silver members will buy the 11,500 tickets available to them (60-30 days pre-game) and Red members will buy their 3,500 guaranteed allocation in minutes (30 days pre-game). Nothing will ever go to general sale.

With the league cup, you have to factor in that both sides will field largely reserve teams and that the games are on Tuesday and Wednesday nights in winter, and you're going to struggle to sell 60,000 seats at usual Arsenal prices (Southampton would be Category B, so £50+ a seat for upper tier).

As evidence that many people can't be bothered to go to mid-week games, compare Met Police attendance stats (fans through turnstiles) for CL group games to Arsenal attendance stats (tickets sold). There are always 60,000 tickets sold, but in general only 50,000 through the turnstiles for the 'less fashionable' CL group games. They should put their tickets on the TicketExchange, but probably can't be bothered, either. That's London for you!
#34
mk3
"Same old Arsenal always cheap in"


What you on about, they have their most expensive tickets in the premier league.
#35
kaplonk
ben5363
bro631
No point watching mid table teams lol


Yeah if mid table means joint top.


Joint top. Joint 1st place. Joint Champions. All phrases that don't make any sense.

However, good to see clubs making tickets affordable even though last time Spurs did this (at Wembley with an extra 30000 seats) they got slaughtered for it by Arsenal fans..


Joint top means same points, goal differnce and everything else. I dont think they do joint champions, where did you get that from?
#36
Hmmm, cold! ;)
#37
Cold, sounds about the sort of price you should pay for those teams
#38
Immoraliste
kamenitzabrit
Not a fan of either team, but wanted to throw out a question........ these sort of offers are probably indicative of a lack of demand at normal prices, so does that mean -
a) prices are generally too high for many premiership teams whatever the game
b) this is not the most popular competition unless it's the final
c) gooners might manage to get European football again next season, so fans are picking their games
d) money's tight everywhere
e) when stadiums get more capacity, there's often empty seats in certain games for a while
I think it's a bit of all of them, but be interested to hear opinions - many years ago this competition struggled to get good crowds anywhere as I remember, especially when fans were saving up for foreign trips, so perhaps nothing has changed much after all.
League cup games aren't included within the season ticket (season tickets include 7 cup credits for first 7 CL and FA Cup games), so there are 60,000 seats to sell, instead of <15,000 for PL and CL/FA cup credit games.
Demand for the 15,000 seats to watch the first team play in the PL massively outstrips supply, so Silver members will buy the 11,500 tickets available to them (60-30 days pre-game) and Red members will buy their 3,500 guaranteed allocation in minutes (30 days pre-game). Nothing will ever go to general sale.
With the league cup, you have to factor in that both sides will field largely reserve teams and that the games are on Tuesday and Wednesday nights in winter, and you're going to struggle to sell 60,000 seats at usual Arsenal prices (Southampton would be Category B, so £50+ a seat for upper tier).
As evidence that many people can't be bothered to go to mid-week games, compare Met Police attendance stats (fans through turnstiles) for CL group games to Arsenal attendance stats (tickets sold). There are always 60,000 tickets sold, but in general only 50,000 through the turnstiles for the 'less fashionable' CL group games. They should put their tickets on the TicketExchange, but probably can't be bothered, either. That's London for you!
Thanks for the detailed reply - it makes it all easily understood at a glance !
I suppose also, that some season ticket holders will live outside London, and so don't always travel to mid week games, neither can they sell their tickets easily or safely to avoid losing it through disorder.
When I was travelling home and away to a London team many years ago, including pre-season foreign trips (those were the days, no children and spare cash only for me), it amazed me that some fans were also doing friendlies to places like Hong Kong, and they were not city stockbrokers, so how they could afford it ? Most said they loved the camaraderie on away trips, as it was usually smallish groups of friends who used to stand on terraces together, without the muppets who only went to the biggest games or never travelled away.
I know some went to Thailand and financed the trip by bringing back clothing to sell, in the days before ebay of course, but I could never get my head around the seemingly vast difference in 'spending money' between London and other parts of the UK, not just deprived areas either.
Anyway, thanks again for the information, and I hope everyone enjoys the game.
1 Like #39
kaplonk
ben5363
bro631
No point watching mid table teams lol


Yeah if mid table means joint top.


Joint top. Joint 1st place. Joint Champions. All phrases that don't make any sense.

However, good to see clubs making tickets affordable even though last time Spurs did this (at Wembley with an extra 30000 seats) they got slaughtered for it by Arsenal fans..


It is because Spurs couldn't fill Wembley in the CL so it's a bit different as Arsenal always charge this price for the League Cup. CL football is supposed to be the pinnacle and yet Tottenham, who have made a big deal about building the biggest club ground in London, can't fill Wembley with normal prices for the CL. Arsenal CL home prices start from £36.50 cheapest adult seat compared to the £20 Spurs were charging. If you can't see the difference then I don't think anyone can help with that...
1 Like #40
Great deal to see quality football, good chance for families to go at great prices. From ahem.... a toon fan.

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