Tickets for Brighton & Hove Albion’s play-off semi-final home leg tie against Derby County on Thursday (kick-off 7.45pm) are now on general sale.
Fans who wish to buy for the play-off home leg can do so now without any restriction and should log onto the club’s online ticket system to buy online now.
Online purchasers are strongly advised to use the print-at-home option – as we expect a large number of collections and a long queuing time this Thursday.
Those fans who are unable to print at home, are advised to collect from the Amex this afternoon, tomorrow or on Thursday morning, with the ticket office open from 9am until 7pm on each day.
Fans can also book on the phone by calling the Albion Booking Line on 0844 327 1901. Please note print-at-home option is not available for telephone bookings.
You can buy up to four tickets but WE STRONGLY ADVISE that you book your ticket online where possible, to avoid queuing time.
Please note tickets will not be available to book in person, all bookings must be made online or by telephone
Please read all the following information carefully.
Brighton & Hove Albion v Derby County on Thursday 8th May at the Amex
North & South
Family Areas in East
East & West
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All prices include subsidised travel. Additional booking fees of £1.50 per ticket apply for telephone bookings and £1 per ticket for online bookings when opting to ‘collect’ tickets. Tickets purchased online and loaded to smartcard or printed at home are excluded from booking fees.
• Call the Albion Booking Line on 0844 327 1901 (option 2)
Loading Smartcards / Printing At Home / Collections:
In light of the incredibly short turnaround times there will be NO postage available for the home leg
If you are a season-ticket holder purchasing your own seat your ticket will be loaded to your smartcard. If you opt to sit in alternative seats you will not be able to load to smartcard and will be given the option to print at home or collect.
Print At Home
Supporters who are not season-ticket holders are very strongly advised to book online and print their tickets at home. This method also means no booking fees are charged. Click here for a video guide of how to do this. Print at home tickets are delivered as a PDF document attached to the confirmation email. This PDF must be printed as it features the entry barcode. Failure to print the ticket will mean you will need to join a queue to have your ticket(s) reprinted at a cost of £1.50 per ticket. Print at home tickets must be printed on the basis of one ticket per A4 sheet of paper and the barcode must be printed clearly (please ensure your printer is in good working order).
If you are unable to print your ticket at home you may opt to collect your ticket(s) from the Amex Stadium. Please note that extremely long queues are expected. Supporters are encouraged to collect as early as possible and not wait for the evening of the match; supporters are however asked to leave at least three hours since the time of placing your order for it to be printed and ready.
There could be as many as 8,000 collections which will result in extensive queues ahead of the match and could mean a waiting time of up to 90 minutes. The Ticket Office will be open for collections from 9am to 7pm on Tuesday 6th May to Thursday 8th May.