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Newcastle United confirm Premier League ticket prices – Roll up Roll up!

2 months ago

Newcastle United have revealed their matchday Premier League prices for the 2021/22 season.

This summer has seen a massive knockback in terms of Newcastle fans willing to buy season tickets, with widespread reporting of over 13,000 left unsold.

So what about single match attenders, will they be taking up the slack, filling the massive gaps surrounding Mike Ashley’s shop adverts?

In terms of enticing fans, difficult to know what else Mike Ashley could do to put people off buying a ticket for the West Ham match in 11 days time.

Day 57 of the transfer window and not a single signing, Newcastle the only one of twenty Premier League clubs not to sign a single player, with the other nineteen having collectively brought in well over fifty players with more than half a billion pounds laid out.

Overall, we have seen a poor level of performance and results in the pre-season friendlies, with Steve Bruce looking and sounding as depressing as ever in terms of his suitability to be in charge of our team.

Whilst Mike Ashley and his minions continue, as always, to treat the fans with total contempt, communication a four letter word for them when it comes to updating supporters on pretty much anything of importance at the club.

Prices will no doubt be higher when Newcastle play the likes of Man Utd and Liverpool but for West Ham in our opening game, the cheapest price for an adult (unless you take kids and want to sit up in the clouds in level 7) is £36.

Good to see that at least in one area, Mike Ashley is willing to compete and indeed beat most of our rivals, when it comes to how much he will charge NUFC fans to watch their team (which has had zero investment this season and actually far weaker with Joe Willock not here now).

Newcastle United Official Announcement:

Supporters can now buy tickets for Newcastle United’s opening game of the 2021/22 Premier League season, against West Ham United at St. James’ Park.

The Hammers travel to Tyneside for a 2pm (BST) kick-off on Sunday, 15th August – and while David Moyes’ men enjoyed an excellent campaign last time out, Steve Bruce’s side completed the double over them with a 2-0 win at the London Stadium on the opening weekend before a thrilling 3-2 victory at St. James’ in April.

Tickets went on general sale and Members sale at 10am on Wednesday, 4th August, with prices for this category B fixture remaining the same as in 2019/20, before the pandemic.

Prices are:

Family Area

Adults: £25 (Members £25)

Juniors: £13 (Members £12)

Seniors: £21 (Members £20)

Category 2 – Behind goals/corners

Adults: £36 (Members £35)

Juniors: £18 (Members £17)

Seniors: £28 (Members £26)

18-21s: £20 (Members £19)

Platinum Club

Adults: £61 (Members £58)

Juniors: £30 (Members £28)

Seniors: £48 (Members £45)

Tickets can be printed at home – which is the preferred method – but where this is not possible, paper tickets will be sent out.

Supporters should only attend the fixture if they are free of any Covid-19 symptoms, and are also encouraged to maintain good hand hygiene and wear face coverings in crowded areas unless exempt.

To purchase tickets, visit


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