Arsenal game now sold out

Ticket Exchange now open for visit of the Gunners.

By Bruce Talbot • 15 December 2020

By Paul Hazlewood

Tickets for Albion's Premier League game against Arsenal on Tuesday 29th December have now sold out.

The ticket exchange is now open and in the event that any of the 2000 tickets are listed for resale; in line with usual exchange rules all prices will be at adult prices.

Season-ticket holders and 1901 Club members will be able to buy at the pro-rata season-ticket price for the area in which you buy until 9am on 24 December.

Season-ticket holders and 1901 Club members may purchase across all seating areas.   

MyAlbion+ members will be able to buy from 9am on 24 December. Please note pricing from this point will be the usual 2020/21 adult matchday ticket price.  

Season Ticket Holders and 1901 Members credit balances cannot be used for these purchases, so payment must be made by credit/debit card.

To conform with the government's test-and-trace rules, booking a ticket for this match requires you to ensure your personal and contact details are up to date and that you have provided the club with a current working mobile phone number.

If you live in a tier-3 or tier-4 area, you must not purchase a ticket or attend the fixture. If you have done so, you should list on the exchange for resale. 

If a supporter has already bought a ticket and is unfortunate and their tier level moves between buying and the date of the match, then please list your ticket on the exchange at your earliest opportunity. If you have also purchased parking please contact Supporter Services for a refund. 

Finally, to comply with Premier League protocols, fans are advised that a health declaration must be completed by every attendee within 72 hours of the game being played.  

A personal declaration will be emailed to each individual attendee, so please ensure your details are up to date and that the club's email address is added to your email account's safe senders list. 

NB: Failure to complete the declaration will result in the ticket being blocked.

If you have had issues receiving emails in the past, please ensure our communications email: is saved as a contact within your email server. By doing so, your emails will be received through your primary inbox and avoid the risk of important information being sent into your spam/junk folder.

Fans attending the match against Arsenal are asked to familiarise themselves with everything they need to know before heading to the Amex by clicking here.

Living in a Tier-3 or tier-4 Covid area?

Further to the announcement that certain areas are moving into tier-3 or tier-4 in relation to Covid-19, the following information clarifies the situation.

Those living in a tier-3 or tier-4 area are not permitted to travel to the stadium. In line with the regulations they won’t be able to use your ticket to access the stadium and attend the game.

We apologise for the inconvenience but we are asking those who have bought a ticket in good faith, to list their ticket for sale on the ticket exchange.

This means you’ll receive a reimbursement for the seat, in the very likely event the ticket is sold via the exchange; and this will mean a fellow supporter can attend the game, and allow us to maximise the support for the team.

To do this you’ll need to login into your My Albion ticket account by clicking this link and follow the onscreen instructions.

If you have already booked parking for this match please contact us as soon as possible to request a refund.

Apologies once again for the inconvenience, and we appreciate your ongoing support. 

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