CELTIC season ticket holders today discovered that they will have to pay £37 for the Europa League round of 32, 2nd leg on Thursday 27 February. Tickets have gone on sale today and season ticket holders have until the end of next moth to purchase their tickets and book their place in Paradise.
The club announced the prices this morning in the official Celtic website and we can confirm that season ticket holders will be charged as follows:-
Adults – £37
Concessions – £24
Under 13 – £20
“Tickets for this match are now on sale to Season Ticket holders only. The deadline for Season Ticket Holders to buy their tickets is 2pm on Friday, 31 January,” the club states.
The £37 price is obviously an increase on the Group stages when the club perhaps thought that after the Champions League fiasco back in August they needed to keep the cost down to fill the stadium. Now though after an exciting, at times exhilarating, even historic and ultimately hugely successful group stage, the prices are going up but it’s still cheaper that the League Cup Final tickets.
We paid £72 for the 3 match package in the group stages, which is £24 – great value when you think about it.
Copenhagen shouldn’t be taken lightly but looking at it objectively we have a much better chance of progressing against the Danes that in the two previous years at this stage when we lost out to Zenit and then Valencia. Those two opponents were seeded and this time the crucial difference is that Celtic are group winners are the seeded side.
Full ticket details are available to view HERE.