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Luton Town sealed their place in the Premier League for the current season thanks to a dramatic and hard-fought Championship playoff success, beating Coventry City at Wembley on penalties in the decider last May.
That glory day resulted in the Hatters taking their place in the top flight for the first time since the 1991/92 campaign, the season before the Premier League came into existence. As a result, Luton Town tickets are harder than ever to source, hence plans at the club for a move to Power Court, a larger site. In our regularly updated, fan-led guide, we take you through the essential information on getting your hands on some tickets.
Luton Town tickets & prices at Kenilworth Road
Luton Town season tickets: Pricing, availability
At this stage, season tickets are no longer available and as expected, the briefs have been in high demand to see Luton compete against the elite clubs at Kenilworth Road.
The pricing structure at a smaller club like Luton is very competitive and certainly more affordable than the majority of bigger clubs in and around London, on the doorstep of the Hatters.
Adult tickets were available from £450 whilst a child ticket, accompanied, were up for grabs for just £75 making it within the means of a parent to take one or two of their children along to the stadium to follow their team.
Luton Town matchday tickets and single-match tickets: Pricing, availability
Single matchday tickets are not always readily available in the Premier League and they are scarce at the ‘Kenny' due to the limited capacity of just under 11,000.
Season-ticket holders, members and long-standing fans are in a position of priority but you can snap up tickets to see Luton on general sale.
The club website provides the latest information on Luton Town tickets in terms of single-game access for upcoming fixtures. The club membership gives priority but as long as availability remains, general sale tickets will be put on sale.
Do I need a membership to buy Luton Town tickets?
A membership is not required to obtain general sale tickets but it will help for obvious reasons. Given the limited availability, you will have a much better chance (with priority) of buying Luton Town tickets with a club membership but in your first year on the scheme, you are not guaranteed priority status if you haven't previously bought Luton tickets.
How to get a Luton Town membership
Memberships are available online from the club website.
The price for Adults is £50 whilst the Junior fee is £10.
As part of the full package, members will receive benefits including: A priority window on home and away tickets, free access to reserve and youth games at Kenilworth Road, monthly prize draws for merchandise as well as regular ticket giveaways.
Luton Town ticket prices at Kenilworth Road
As stated previously, Luton Town tickets at Kenilworth Road are affordable.
Individual games are put into Categories of A, B, and C, with respective adult prices of £36, £33 and £30. The equivalent U10 Junior tickets are just £15, £12, and £9.
This is an excellent offering for the Hatters' first-ever Premier League campaign and as much as they are up against it on the pitch, they haven't been found wanting in rewarding their loyal fanbase and make it inclusive for supporters to buy their tickets.
Prices are always subject to change and the latest information is provided on the club website.
Luton Town seating plan at Kenilworth Road
Luton Town hospitality tickets
Luton's hospitality offerings include The Boot Room, the Phoenix Suite, the Eric Morecambe Lounge, the John Moore Lounge, and the Millenium Suite.
These areas have a varied theme, decor and offering, as reflected in the different dress codes required.
Interested parties are asked to contact [email protected] to learn of availability and pricing.
Luton Town tickets FAQs
How to get to Kenilworth Road at Luton Town
The ground address is Kenilworth Road Stadium, 1 Maple Road, Luton LU4 8AW.
Public transport is always advisable to get to the stadium with Luton Railway Station not too far away from Kenilworth Road.
The walking distance is approximately 15 minutes from the station to the ground whilst there are also bus services on offer.
Using the Luton – Dunstable Busway, simply take a bus from Luton Station towards Dunstable and get off at the first stop for Clifton Road. From there it is a short, two-minute walk to the Maple Road turnstiles or a three to four minute walk to the Kenilworth Road end via Beech Path.
How can I get Luton Town away tickets?
Luton Town away tickets are available primarily to season ticket holders and members of the club.
As is the case across the board, availability is limited and they are not easy to come by.
The club website details the latest info on away tickets, whilst an ‘away season ticket' scheme is in operation whilst effectively reserves your priority to purchase certain tickets during the season.
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 Luton Town tickets?
In this instance, you couldn't reasonably expect Luton Town tickets to be any cheaper than what they are at face value.
The downside is that due to the small capacity at Kenilworth Road, there aren't too many up for grabs.
A club membership will make obtaining tickets easier but do keep an eye out for any games that make it to public sale when there is no pre-requisite to buy.
Can I do a stadium tour of Kenilworth Road?
At present, there is no stadium tour offered at Luton Town FC's Kenilworth Road.
Over the summer, a frantic operation was planned and executed to get the ground up to Premier League requirements, which meant the Bobbers had to be knocked down and rebuilt.
A new gantry was required for TV coverage, a new media centre was installed, as well as upgrades for the floodlights and VAR cameras.
For these reasons and more in the compact, old stadium, there is no provision for organised tours just now – they are on hold.
At the same time, plans are well underway for a new home at Power Court so get on the tour to see this famous old venue before it is gone for good.
How to watch Luton Town at home
If you are unable to obtain Luton Town tickets, you can watch the Premier League action unfold at home.
Selected Luton games will be live on Sky Sports or TNT Sports through the season, whilst any live FA Cup coverage involving the Hatters will be screened on BBC or ITV.