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How to buy Burnley tickets: Prices, membership, essential guide to cheap Premier League tickets 2023/24

Burnley bounced back to the Premier League at the first time of asking with their stunning 2022/23 Championship success.

Vincent Kompany was the figurehead to galvanise the Clarets on and off the pitch, with an attractive brand of football that proved too hot to handle in the second tier. Now the challenge for the Belgian is to consolidate his team's hard-won position.

Fans at Turf Moor are hoping to see football of an equal quality in the Premier League, but Kompany is struggling to achieve that. Still, it's a fine ground and an historic place to watch football, so getting Burnley tickets will be the goal of many a fan and here is all you need to know and more on buying Burnley tickets at Turf Moor.

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Burnley tickets & prices at Turf Moor

Burnley season tickets: Pricing, availability 

As we approach the end of the calendar year, season tickets are no longer available at the Lancashire club after they were snapped up by supporters eager to cheer on the team in the Premier League once again.

The fans stepped up to support their club with Burnley launching their ‘early bird' incentive in January, at the mid-way point of the season. This meant that fans had two months to secure their seat for the following season – not knowing what division they would be playing in – as well as to benefit from the discounted price, compared to any later general sale.

Season tickets were available to existing holders from £335.00 to £500.00 for adults, with three different concessions offered (Over65s, Under 22s, U18s).

Kids (Under 12s) season tickets were available inn the Jimmy McIlroy Stand for just £55.00

Burnley matchday tickets and single-match tickets: Pricing, availability

With season tickets sold out, thankfully there is a limited number of single-game tickets available to see live Premier League action at Turf Moor.

As is standard across the board, the club puts different opponents into categories with a pricing structure to match.

For an upcoming Premier League game at the time of writing, Burnley tickets are available with adult tickets in different stands costing from £25.00 to £55.00

The latest information on home tickets is always available on the club website.

Do I need a membership to buy Burnley tickets?

A club membership is not required to obtain general admission tickets but it will help to secure your spot in the stadium quicker and, usually, at a cheaper price.

Given the limited availability of single-game tickets, you will have a much better chance of obtaining Burnley tickets with a club membership, as well as the priority access that it brings.

How to get a Burnley membership

Memberships are available online from the club website.

The price for Adults ‘Claret Membership' is £35 whilst the ‘Junior Clarets Membership' fee is £25. There is also a ‘Clarets Premium Membership' which comes with a hefty £250.00 cost.

As part of the full standard package, members will receive benefits including a priority sales window for home matchday tickets, first refusal on available season tickets for the 2024/25 season, access window for away tickets after season ticket holders as well as incentives on in-store retail purchases.

Burnley ticket prices at Turf Moor

Burnley ticket prices are not the cheapest in the league, but they are certainly not the most expensive either, generally fluctuating between £60 at the top end for the Bob Lord Stand, down to the cheapest seats in the North Lower.

Prices are always subject to change and the latest information is provided on the club website.

Burnley seating plan at Turf Moor

Turf Moor seating plan | Burnley FC seating plan

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Burnley hospitality tickets

Burnley's hospitality offerings start at a very inclusive £75.00 price up to an exclusive level, whilst the information on the website states:

“From premium seats to luxury dining experiences, enjoy an unforgettable day of VIP hospitality and live entertainment.”

Hospitality areas include the 1882 Lounge, the Jimmy McIlroy Lounge, and the Clearly Interiors Longside Lounge with further information available here.

Burnley tickets FAQs

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How to get to Turf Moor at Burnley

The stadium address is Turf Moor, 52-56 Harry Potts Way, Burnley BB10 4BX.

Public transport is always advisable to get to the stadium with Burnley Manchester Road as the nearest station.

By Train

As stated above, the nearest station is Burnley Manchester Road. From here, exit the station and walk down Centenary Way, from where Turf Moor is clearly visible. When you reach the roundabout at the end of the road, turn right onto Yorkshire Street, which becomes Harry Potts Way. The ground is on your left-hand side.

From Burnley Central, follow signs for the town centre and then head left towards the Bingo Hall. You will see the bus station, take the underground footpath and then head under the aqueduct onto Yorkshire Street and towards Harry Potts Way and you can see the stadium directly in front of you on the left.

By Bus

The Bus Station is situated relatively close to the ground, just off Centenary Way. Leave the station and head towards the Bingo Hall opposite. Use the underground footpath and then head under the aqueduct onto Yorkshire Street and follow the instructions from above and you will see Turf Moor right in front of you on the left.

How can I get Burnley away tickets?

Burnley away tickets are available primarily to season ticket holders and those with club memberships.

One interesting feature of the Premium Membership is that it includes access to 5% of away tickets before everyone else.

Away tickets are not easily accessible and limited in numbers, dependent on the allocations at the relevant home stadium.

An alternative exists, with ‘touts' often on the streets at the stadium in what is effectively a black market as well as resale sites online. Some of these are more reputable than others, you will often pay well over face value and you should always be alert for scammers.

How can I get cheap Burnley tickets?

Burnley tickets are amongst some of the cheapest in the Premier League, so the best method is to go for single-match tickets in the standard way, as detailed above.

A club membership will make obtaining tickets easier but do keep an eye out for any games that make it to general admission. In general, the earlier you buy tickets and the ‘smaller' the opposition, the cheaper they'll be.

Can I do a stadium tour of Turf Moor?

At present, there is no easily accessible information on the club website regarding Burnley stadium tours at Turf Moor but they do run tours during the week and at the weekend on non-matchdays.

A behind-the-scenes visit includes a look at the dressing room, executive and hospitality areas, as well as the media centre and the approach to the pitch.

To book and enquire further, call the club on +441282700001.

How to watch Burnley at home

If you are unable to purchase Burnley tickets or make the trip to Lancashire, you can watch the Premier League action unfold at home.

Selected Burnley Premier League games will be live on Sky Sports or TNT Sports throughout the season as well as a limited broadcast by Amazon Prime, whilst any live FA Cup coverage involving the Clarets will be screened on BBC or ITV.

Burnley tickets give you the chance to watch some high quality Premier League football
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Graeme Hanna

A long-term Rangers season-ticket holder and switched-on football writer with a passion for fan culture, Graeme Hanna is a freelance writer who has featured in titles such as The Rangers Review, Glasgow Evening News and Give Me Sport, as well as having a long association with Follow Follow fanzine. He joined Football Ground Guide in September 2023 and stated that Juan Roman Riquelme is the best opposition player that he has seen at Ibrox. Graeme experienced a 36 hour supporters bus journey from Glasgow to Florence for the 2008 UEFA Cup semi-final and has attended games in several European counties with a particular interest in German fan culture.

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