Celtic have announced details for the upcoming UEFA Champions League three-match package.
The Hoops are back in the group stage of the Champions League for the second year running. Last Thursday the side were drawn in to Group E of the competition alongside Feyenoord, Atletico Madrid and Lazio.
All three of our home matches are 8pm kick-offs with Lazio first to visit Celtic Park, followed by Atletico Madrid and then Feyenoord.
Adult season ticket holders can gain access to the three home matches for a total of £138. That works out at £46 per match. Concessions are £108 (£36 per match) while under-13s are priced at £96 (£32 per match). (Celtic)
Supporters on the Home Cup Ticket Scheme will have their package processed automatically, while other season ticket holders have until 2pm next Tuesday (12 September).
As we covered a fortnight ago, the club charged £129 for adults, £99 for concessions and £90 for under-13s this time last year. That’s between a 7% and 9% increase, depending on the price category.
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While many people will be keen to bring up yearly inflation and general rising costs, it surely would have been possible for the club to freeze prices from 12 months ago.
Regardless, the vast majority of supporters will stump up hard-earned cash to watch the team play in European football’s premier club competition. And it’s easy to see why.
There is also likely to be a general sale on remaining tickets. We wouldn’t like to speculate about the prices on show there.