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Arsenal vs Crystal Palace tickets 20th January 2024

The Emirates plays host to another London derby as Arsenal welcome Crystal Palace to their home in this Premier League clash on January 20, 2024.

The pair come into this fixture in less-than-ideal form, with both sides winning just once in five attempts in the competition. The key difference being that while Palace's win came in their most recent match, a 3-1 victory against Brentford, the Gunners have lost two on the bounce and have slipped from first to fourth in the Premier League table.

The game kicks off at 12.30 GMT, and this article will outline exactly how to get tickets for what will likely be another entertaining match between the two.

Arsenal vs Crystal Palace buying guide

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The Emirates will play host as Arsenal welcome Crystal Palace to North London / Photo by IconSport

Is Arsenal vs Crystal Palace sold out?

Unfortunately, tickets for this fixture are currently sold out on the official Arsenal website. However, that does not mean you will be unable to attend this game with plenty of alternative methods available to help fans acquire those much-needed tickets.

Where can I get tickets?

The first of those alternative methods is via the Arsenal ticket exchange. This is a platform within the Arsenal website that allows both season ticket holders and members who are unable to attend the game to sell their tickets to other fans safely and conveniently.

At the time of writing, there are currently no available tickets to purchase using this method, but it is worth checking this platform up until matchday as tickets can get listed at any time.

Another option is to purchase tickets for the match via reputable resale websites such as Viagogo. Outlets such as these act as secondary marketplaces – essentially functioning as a middleman that allows a safe sale and purchase of tickets between fans.

When did tickets first go on sale?

Ballots for both Red and Silver Arsenal members went live on November 24, 2023, while tickets were available to purchase for the family enclosure and seats which grant disabled access on November 29.

These ballots allowed fans of both membership types to enter into a raffle-type purchasing system, with Silver members finding out their outcomes by November 30, and Red members a week later on December 6.

How to purchase hospitality tickets

Arsenal are offering a total of 11 hospitality packages for the fixture, although at the time of writing six of them have sold out, leaving five with tickets still available to purchase.

The first of those five is The Academy Package, which includes a pre-match dining experience and is also the cheapest with prices starting at £325 per person.

There are then three different Executive Box packages (N1, N5 and N7) – each with its own perks, which can include being able to take away your own official replica shirt after the game depending on which package you purchase. Prices for these Executive boxes start at £8,520.

Finally, there is the Club Woolwich package – marketed as a traditional hospitality experience on club level. This package includes champagne on arrival and a private table in the Woolwich restaurant. Prices for this package begin at £1,300 per pair.

Buying away end tickets

In a similar vein to buying home tickets for this match, your first port of call for away-end tickets should be the official website of the team you support, in this case, Crystal Palace. This is easily the safest and most secure way of ensuring you can experience this fixture live and in the flesh.

However, should that option fail you, then, as mentioned above, reputable resale websites are the next best bet and in most cases, should be able to provide you with tickets to purchase.

Of course, there are always groups on Facebook and other social media outlets designed to help fans easily swap and sell tickets, although the safety and security of these groups is incredibly difficult to regulate and therefore caution is always advised.


Harry Dowsett

Freelance football writer with experience writing for multiple digital platforms, such as GIVEMESPORT. Recently graduated from Portsmouth University with a media studies degree - completing a dissertation on the evolution of sports journalism in the process. He has a love for Arsenal Football Club and a passion for football as a whole.

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