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8 December 2017

Tickets for Brighton & Hove Albion’s Emirates FA Cup third round tie against Crystal Palace at the Amex go on sale to season-ticket holders from 10am on Monday.

Chris Hughton’s team will come up against the Eagles on Monday 8th January 2018, kick-off 7.45pm, for the second time at the Amex this season, after the first game finished 0-0 between the sides in the Premier League.

Beneath is information on ticket prices, seating areas and on-sale dates:


Adults £25
65+/Under-21 £18
Under-18 £12

Tickets purchased online using print at home will be exempt from booking fees. If you opt to book online and request your tickets are posted or held for collection, a £1 per ticket booking fee will be charged. All bookings over the telephone attract a £1.50 per ticket booking fee.

Seating Areas

Crystal Palace supporters will be situated in the South Stand.

The South Stand and block E1H will be kept sterile from home supporters.

As a result of the south stand being sterile for home supporters, those season-ticket holders (STH) based in S1G, S1H and S1I will not be able to purchase their own seats but will be given a 24-hour priority period to buy the best of the released seats across the stadium. If you are a STH situated in the south, you will be able to purchase from Monday 11th Dec at 10am any seat not occupied by a STH, however it is recommended that for the best availability choice, you wait for your priority purchase period that opens from 9am on 14th December until 9am on 15th December for the seats not taken up by STHs across the stadium.

On-sale dates:

Category On-sale online On-sale by phone
STHs (buying their own seats) Monday 11th December 10am Monday 11th December 2pm
STHs in S1G/S1H/S1I (released seats) Thursday 14th December 9am Thursday 14th December 9am
All STHs (released seats)
Friday 15th December 9am Friday 15th December 2pm
Bronze and YS+ Monday 18th December 9am Monday 18th December 2pm
Supporters with purchase history & STHs 1 guest ticket Wednesday 20th December 9am Wednesday 20th December 2pm

Tickets will be sold on the basis of one ticket per person. Subject to availability, STHs may purchase a guest ticket on Wednesday 20th December. If you are a STH and wish to sit with your guest, it is recommended you wait until 20th December to book your two tickets together as the Ticket Office can not relocate supporters to sit with guests after they have booked.

1901 members are reminded that their season cards will be active for this game as men’s first-team cup games are included within the 1901 package.

Tickets will come off sale on the day of the game at midday and no tickets can be sold after that time.

How to Buy

Please note the on-sale dates above. Supporters can then book:

Online at
By telephone on 0844 327 1901 (calls cost 7p per minute plus your network access rate)


The usual subsidised travel zone for league matches will be in operation for this match. Buses and trains within the travel zone will be covered by the match ticket. Park and ride is also in operation and full details of which sites are operational will follow.

Car Parking is also available to book at Sussex University and the Bridge car park, but will be on sale to seasonal parkers first. Seasonal parkers are advised that parking passes do not include this match (unless you have included parking as a 1901 member).


Any spectator (for the avoidance of doubt home or away) will not be permitted access to the Amex if they attempt to conceal their identity using hoods, scarves or any other clothing. Sussex Police have also confirmed, any supporter found to be in possession of pyrotechnics with the intention of bringing it to the stadium, will face arrest and prosecution.

Finally supporters are reminded that tickets are strictly non-transferable and any transfer or resale of tickets is illegal (under section 166 of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994, as amended by the Violent Crime Reduction Act 2006).

The club has a zero tolerance policy with regards to this and anyone found to be breaking the law is liable to face criminal prosecution and would be banned indefinitely from purchasing home and away match tickets. Season ticket holders are responsible for any guest they purchase a ticket for and risk the loss of their season ticket if their guest is found to break the Clubs ticket terms and conditions or ground regulations.

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