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For the first time since March, we are selling Premier League tickets — in this case, Crystal Palace tickets as part of a hospitality package.

(Update December 14, 2020: Not anymore! London is back in Covid Tier 3, so once again no supporters can attend games at all in the Capital. Stay tuned here and/or subscribe to our newsletter to keep up with the latest.)

Our Crystal Palace hospitality package (that’s the view above) consists of seats outside a private box behind a goal with a pregame buffet meal, free beer/wine/soft drinks, and a match program. And one of our brokers has just confirmed availability for all remaining 2020-21 Crystal Palace fixtures.

How Does Covid Affect These Crystal Palace Tickets?

What is different from the usual English football ticket packages is that these seats are available only as pairs, and they are socially distanced from one another. We have only six available per game. Also, “Covid compliance documents” must be signed by all guests, and away fans are strictly prohibited.

Crystal Palace fan in EPL ticket seats at Selhurst Park

A happy groundhopper in our suite at Selhurst Park in London.

What Do These Premier League Tickets Cost?

Here are current prices for the next 10 Crystal Palace games. Note that these are not final prices; for an official quote, just fill out the form at the bottom of this post.

Prices are in US Dollars for a pair of tickets. Game days and times beyond December are TBD. All purchases include a copy of The Groundhopper Guide to Soccer in England.

December 13 vs Tottenham: $550

December 19 vs Liverpool: $1,200

December 28 vs Leicester City: $400

January 2 vs Sheffield United: $400

January 26 vs West Ham: $300

January 30 vs Wolverhampton: $400

February 13 vs Burnley: $300

February 27 vs Fulham: $400

March 13 vs West Bromwich Albion: $400

March 20 vs Manchester United: $1,000

April 10 vs Chelsea: $700

What Are the Prospects for More EPL Tickets?

No one else has announced anything, but the sense we get is that as clubs move into tier 1 — that’s the point where they can have up to 4,000 people or 50% of capacity, whichever is smaller — they will begin to have availability.

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