Arsenal v Reading - Tickets £5 to £20
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Arsenal v Reading - Tickets £5 to £20

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Found 27th Sep 2016
Ticket details announced for Arsenals league cup 4th round tie against Reading on 25th Oct,

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.

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One of the best stadiums?

Is it being played at Reading

Good prices OP

Hopefully it will be as entertaining as the 7-5 romp last time out.

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Treboeth

One of the best stadiums?Is it being played at Reading ;)Good prices OP



Hahaah dont get me wrong the atmosphere is **** and I would go back to Highbury in a shot but in reality it is one of the best in the country even if the football isn't always.

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SpeedyG

Hopefully it will be as entertaining as the 7-5 romp last time out.



Hahaha, I was at that, was an absolutly mental game

Any reason that they are so expensive?

They're not on general sale yet are they? or do I have to register first?

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jg213

They're not on general sale yet are they? or do I have to register first?



not yet, they will go through the memberships first Gold (season ticket holders) Silver, Red and then will go on general sale, It wont be a game that sells out so will deffo be available for people who want a ticket,

You will need to register before hand and get a free membership number to buy even on general sale but that doesn't cost.

I hope you enjoy the game should you decide to attend,

arsenalmorris

Hahaah dont get me wrong the atmosphere is **** and I would go back to … Hahaah dont get me wrong the atmosphere is **** and I would go back to Highbury in a shot but in reality it is one of the best in the country even if the football isn't always.



Assume you didn't see Arsenal v Chelsea then? Football played was on point

Come on reading!

kelsbels12

Come on reading!


I also enjoy books! Go reading!

Libraries are usually free?

Was going to post this myself :-( Good find, heat added!

Aaron_QPR

Libraries are usually free?



Library? I little unfair. They boo their own manager very loudly. Raucously at times.

Istanbul_Kop

Library? I little unfair. They boo their own manager very loudly. … Library? I little unfair. They boo their own manager very loudly. Raucously at times.



Good word, Raucously

URZZ!!!!!!

Hot

Do we know when they will be on general sale?

COME ON READING FC - URRRZZ!!

blawford

Do we know when they will be on general sale?



​i saw one site saying 3rd Oct.

Lower Tier (closer to action) sounds better but is cheaper than the upper tier?

edit: sounds wasn't meant to indicate atmosphere/crowd
Edited by: "LBPMAN1" 27th Sep 2016

Why the hell do OAPs get in for half price? Some of these baby boomers own a hell of a lot more than the adults who are paying double to subsidise them.

Disgusting. I'll tell you another disgusting thing about baby boomers, the fact that they sneer down their snotty noses at today's young saying "They expect everything for nothing" When the baby boomers got free university education, stable well paying jobs for life with a whopping pension at the end of it, they snapped up their houses for an absolute pittance which are now worth a fortune, and after they grabbed all that, they pulled up the ladder to screw the future generations.

pbayanon1

Why the hell do OAPs get in for half price? Some of these baby boomers … Why the hell do OAPs get in for half price? Some of these baby boomers own a hell of a lot more than the adults who are paying double to subsidise them.Disgusting. I'll tell you another disgusting thing about baby boomers, the fact that they sneer down their snotty noses at today's young saying "They expect everything for nothing" When the baby boomers got free university education, stable well paying jobs for life with a whopping pension at the end of it, they snapped up their houses for an absolute pittance which are now worth a fortune, and after they grabbed all that, they pulled up the ladder to screw the future generations.



​Its just some arsenal tickets, jeez

Reading at the Library!

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mikiedizzy

Assume you didn't see Arsenal v Chelsea then? Football played was on point



I said "it isn't always" not never

pbayanon1

Why the hell do OAPs get in for half price? Some of these baby boomers … Why the hell do OAPs get in for half price? Some of these baby boomers own a hell of a lot more than the adults who are paying double to subsidise them.Disgusting. I'll tell you another disgusting thing about baby boomers, the fact that they sneer down their snotty noses at today's young saying "They expect everything for nothing" When the baby boomers got free university education, stable well paying jobs for life with a whopping pension at the end of it, they snapped up their houses for an absolute pittance which are now worth a fortune, and after they grabbed all that, they pulled up the ladder to screw the future generations.



I have same opinion about Students getting reductions on things everywhere these days.
The reason everything is expensive for the rest of us is because we're having to subsidise the discount given to Students.

Anyway, with regards to this.... Gooner fans mocked Spurs for selling tickets for Monaco at Wembley for £20 at their cheapest, yet their own club are dropping prices to £5!

I'd rather have herpes than watch Arsenal, at least it would keep me awake.

can I have direct link please?

srk76

can I have direct link please?



Erm....
http://static.onemansblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Slow-Loading.gif

Heat for pic of Arsene Wenger smiling.:)

Perfect - will definitely be heading to this as soon as it goes on to General Release

why are Arsenal against reading? Everyone should know how to read.

LBPMAN1

Lower Tier (closer to action) sounds better but is cheaper than the upper … Lower Tier (closer to action) sounds better but is cheaper than the upper tier?edit: sounds wasn't meant to indicate atmosphere/crowd


I've been in both, upper once and lower many times and prefer lower. Upper gives you a better view of the overall action and width of the game, lower is generally more fun as you are closer to the game.
Sections 12,13 are best for League games as there's the most noise and everyone usually stands for the whole game. Closest to the halfway line is usually best for League Cup games as it's a different crowd and gives the best view,, atmosphere's not going to be the best on League Cup nights but it's well worth a tenner!

anyone know the usual booking fee, and any other fee on top of the ticket price

LBPMAN1

anyone know the usual booking fee, and any other fee on top of the ticket … anyone know the usual booking fee, and any other fee on top of the ticket price


Members Booking Fees (applicable during Members Booking Period):
Online booking fee - £1.65 per ticket
Telephone booking fee - £1.85 per ticket
Friends and Family, General Sale Booking Fees:
Online booking fee - £2.10 per ticket
Telephone booking fee - £2.30 per ticket
Postage fee - £2.20

Ticketfast fee per booking - £2.00
Ticket Transfer fee per ticket- £1.00


Edited by: "lukeo44" 27th Sep 2016

Cheaper than a baby sitter

Holeinone

Any reason that they are so expensive?


I guess you haven't been to a football match in 10s of years?

Best stadium in the country? If Ikea did flat packed stadiums this would be it, no character, no atmosphere, just a soulless bowl!

andykapa

Erm....




So have you got a link?

For some reason I just see a loading image X) X)
Edited by: "Treboeth" 27th Sep 2016

Treboeth

One of the best stadiums?Is it being played at Reading ;)Good prices OP


It should be reading v Arsenal if arsenal was playing away

fifafootball

It should be reading v Arsenal if arsenal was playing away


No really?

Nice to see you understood the joke

OP understood it though
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