How Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham’s Premier League ticket prices compare to Man Utd and Liverpool
A look at how Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham’s home ticket prices compare to their Premier League rivals.
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The Premier League campaign is now up and running, but not every fan has had the chance to see their team in home action just yet.
Ahead of the second weekend of action, we have taken a look at how much each Premier League club, including the London sides, charge fans for home tickets.
Here we look at the adult prices, which do not include any fees involved in the booking process.
Arsenal only advertise ticket prices for members, and they vary significantly.
Fixtures are placed into three categories, based on the opponent, and ticket prices also vary by stand.
Category A varies from £66 to £99 for an adult, category B from £38 to £57.50 and category C from £27 to £40.
Villa split ticket prices into two categories.
Adult tickets vary from £41.50 to £59 in catergory A and £35 to £44 in category B.
AFC Bournemouth tickets vary from £32 to £38 in standard seating areas for adults.
Executive tickets cost £55 per adult.
Brentford tickets are priced between £35 and £65 for adults in category A matches.
Category B fixtures will set fans back between £30 and £65.
Brighton tickets are priced at £30 to £42 for category C, £35 to £52 for category B fixtures and £45 to £65 for category C.
Chelsea’s general sale tickets vary from £30 per adult to £76 depending on where you sit in the stadium.
Members receive a £5 discount per ticket.
Palace fans have been vocal about ticket prices over the years.
Currently, the Eagles have five categories of tickets.
Standard adult ticket prices from categories 1-5 are £58, £55, £52, £50 and £48.
There is a slight discount on restricted view tickets.
Everton’s tickets are based on two categories.
Category one tickets are £50 in all areas for adults, while category two tickets are £40 in all areas.
Fulham have three ticket categories, along with a special family pricing of £30 per adult ticket.
Category A rangers from £35 to £50 per adult, category B from £30 to £45 and category C from £25 to £40.
Leeds tickets are particularly difficult to get, with members usually snapping them up quickly.
In any case, adults can expect to pay £39 to £52 for category A+ matches, £35 to £47 for category A and £32 to £45 to category B.
Adult tickets at the King Power Stadium cost between £35 and £58 for category A fixtures and £30 to £55 for category B.
Liverpool ticket prices usually range from £37 to £59, but there is a scheme where all supporters can pay £9 per fixture for a seat in the Main Stand Upper.
City ticket prices vary from game to game, and there is no set of prices available.
What we can see is that the lower category tickets start at around £40, while the highest category tickets are available from £63.
United tickets are not readily available to the public.
For non-season ticket holders, you have to buy a membership worth £20-£35 per adult to get into a ballet for home tickets.
Newcastle tickets vary from £25 to £36 for standard adult tickets.
Forest tickets cost between £35 and £40 for adults.
At St Mary’s category A prices cost between £40 to £60, while catergory B cost between £35 and £50.
Category C cost between £30 and £4, and category D cost between £15 and £30.
At the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, category A tickets cost between £52 and £98.
Category B tickets are available between £43 and £72, for standard tickets, while category C tickets vary from £30 to £60.
West Ham United
The Hammers charge £65 to £95 for category AA fixtures, £55 to £80 for category A, £35 to £65 for category B and £30 to £45 for category C.
Wolves tickets for category A fixtures vary from £35 to £60, while category B tickets cost £33 to £50.
Category tickets cost from £25 to £37.50.