There are Newcastle United tickets now on sale for the next four matches.

Rafa Benitez and his side facing three tough Premier League matches against Chelsea, Man City & Arsenal, as well as an away trip to Forest in the League Cup.

Three of the games are now on sale to the general public (although Arsenal is restricted to only online sales at the minute), whilst Man City away is currently only on sale to members and season ticket holders.

The club revealed that there were still thousands of season tickets left unsold at the start of the season and the Tottenham game failed to sell out (last season’s opening game v Spurs sold out two and a half weeks before the match).

Now with only a few days before Chelsea are at St James Park, tickets are still on sale, with potentially another home game not selling out, even though once again against attractive opposition.

With a serious lack of investment in the NUFC squad and Mike Ashley raising season ticket prices by up to 20% this summer compared to last season, little wonder many Newcastle fans have been sickened by the actions of the Newcastle United owner.

Hundreds of tickets were left unsold for the Cardiff trip but little surprise with the 12.30pm kick-off making it as difficult as possible to get to the game from the north east.

Interesting to see what happens with Manchester City in 10 days time, a daunting away game that is also live on TV, not for the faint hearted!

Newcastle United matches currently on sale:

Sun 26 August 2018 4pm

Newcastle v Chelsea

General public sale now (Live on Sky Sports)

Wednesday 29 August 2018 7.45pm

Nottingham Forest v Newcastle

General public sale now (League Cup Second Round – Live on Sky Sports)

Saturday 1 September 2018 5.30pm

Man City v Newcastle

On sale to season ticket holders and members at minute, no loyalty points needed (Live on BT Sport)

Saturday 15 September 2018 3pm

Newcastle v Arsenal

General public sale now if buying online and then on sale by phone and at ticket office for everybody from Tuesday 28 August at 10am.

  • Monkseaton Magpies

    Spurs sold out a week before the match for the normal part of the ground. The only tickets left were expensive corporate one. We could have sold a few thousand more at the prices of £38.00 and £48.00 so loads turned away. My daughter was in the box office the Friday before the game and loads turned away as no tickets available except for Corporate. For Chelsea we have 207 single seats available in the normal part of the ground that is all. For Arsenal which has not even gone on full general sale only a handful of seats together. Yet more poison and lies from the Mag.
    Forest we have sold a thousand all ready and Man City round two thousand five hundred that’s despite them being three days apart.
    Also no tickets were left for the Cardiff game as the last ones the club put on sale went on the Tuesday as I tried to get some more so more lies.

    • Kenny

      Wait until next season when Rafas gone and another puppets in place the Fat vermin won’t be able to give tickets away, the tides turning

    • Brian Standen

      Actually on this occasion you are right!
      I’m in peppers about 2.30 on Sunday if your about!

      • Monkseaton Magpies

        Be in Bulls at ten but might take a walk down to see these protesters as do not have to be in the ground by half two. I do not like protesters.

      • Monkseaton Magpies

        The Bulls at ten in the ground by half two.

        • Brian Standen

          Why go in so early it’s 4pm kick off!

          • Monkseaton Magpies

            To drink with my associates will explain one day when we have a pint.

  • relaxed

    The fans have had enough of TFCB

  • Kenny

    target Penfold at the matches, make his life not worth living, the vermin owner will never show his face again in Newcastle as there`d be riots.

  • Monkseaton Magpies

    For those who think the garden was rosy before Ashley came they were not. We finished five points off relegation, the average crowds were 50,686 and attendances such as 48,145, 48,642, 48,743, 48,142 , 49,231 and 49,201 were examples of crowds we were getting. So Ashley has actually brought more fans back to the club not the other way round like this article suggests. Now 196 single seats left in the normal part of the ground for Sunday.

    • Kenny


      • Monkseaton Magpies

        Might not disagree with your comments about being a nutter my wife and kids agree but I would die for Newcastle United they are my life.
        With all due respect the protests will do more harm than good sad but true.

    • Superdooperhooper

      How do you know there’s only 196 seats left in the ‘normal’ part of the ground? And as opposed to what ? The abnormal part ?

      • Monkseaton Magpies

        The normal part of the ground excludes the Platinum Club and the Family Enclosure . We are top supporters full stop hate the protesters with a passion and their parents,

        • Superdooperhooper

          So you hate my dead mother for giving birth to me? Bit extreme

        • Will In Despair!

          Unhinged, without a doubt you need professional help, or a new job 😉

    • drc74

      SPXNKSTER, CXCK WOMBLEY DO, 5 Points off relegatiin is better being actually relegated

  • Ashley-out

    ticket office looks busy

  • Monkseaton Magpies

    One hundred and forty eight singles left in the normal part of the ground four days till the match. Jackie you know nothing about tickets.