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How to buy Real Madrid tickets: Prices, membership, essential guide to cheap La Liga tickets 2023/24

Finding Real Madrid tickets can be as hard as finding a needle in a haystack. The most successful and most popular football club in the world hardly has a shortage of supporters. Tickets for the Santiago Bernabeu are usually sold out for many months ahead, so if you want to watch Los Blancos live you better plan ahead from now. 

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Real Madrid tickets & prices at Santiago Bernabeu

Real Madrid season tickets: Pricing, availability

Season tickets for the 23/24 season are of course sold out. Most season ticket holders renew every summer, so only a handful, if that, become available. For those, there is a very long waiting list for those so purchasing a season ticket without being on that waiting list for many years is virtually impossible. 

For the 2023/24 season, the cheapest season ticket option was €1,350, while the premier season ticket cost €4500

Real Madrid matchday tickets and single-match tickets: Pricing, availability

Real Madrid tickets for individual matches could be found on general sale from time to time, especially for games against smaller teams.

The prices are usually determined by the strength of the opposition and the seating area required. Real Madrid tickets for individual matchdays in La Liga begin from €70 for club members or €100 for non-members. 

On rare occasions tickets are available for the Grandstand but the starting price for those starts from €287 for members and €410 for non-members.

Do I need a membership to buy Real Madrid tickets?

You don't need a membership to buy Real Madrid tickets. That said, membership gives you substantial discount and priority for purchasing tickets when they come available. 

How to get a Real Madrid membership

This is a pretty straightforward process with Real Madrid’s website taking care of everything in a straightforward way. The main types of membership, turning you officially into a ‘Madridista’ are as follows:

  • Regular Membership: This has 1, 2 or 3-year duration plans. The longer the period you want to commit the cheaper the annual fee. The fee for this plan varies from €123 per year for 3 years, up to €153 for a single year 
  • Junior Membership: This is an option only for youngsters aged 14 or below. It can be purchased only in  conjunction with a regular membership and the cost varies from €30 to €37 per year.

Real Madrid ticket prices at the Santiago Bernabeu

The price of Real Madrid tickets for their home matches varies based on the opposition and competition. Very rarely  are there Real Madrid tickets available for general sale for Champions League matches. 

There's a much higher chance of finding a Santiago Bernabeu ticket for a La Liga fixture. Depending on the stand chosen and the popularity of the fixture the price of a single matchday ticket can vary from as low as €70, rising up to €410 for a premium seat. 

Real Madrid seating plan at Santiago Bernabeu

Santiago Bernabeu seating map

Real Madrid hospitality tickets

There are two main options for those – Season Real Madrid hospitality tickets and Matchday Real Madrid hospitality tickets. All hospitality tickets guarantee a 360º view of the pitch and also include gourmet catering, hostess services and cloakroom in annexed hospitality areas. 

The season, hospitality tickets are sold out, but usually come available in the summer for the following campaign. Matchday Real Madrid hospitality tickets are available in limited numbers for all home La Liga games and the price ranges from €295 for a game of low calibre to as much as €1600 for attending El Clásico.

Real Madrid FAQs

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How to get to Santiago Bernabeu at Real Madrid

Santiago Bernabeu is located in the centre of the Spanish capital Madrid, more specifically in the Chamartin district. Driving to the stadium could prove challenging and needless with so many public transport options. 

All of these bus lines – 14, 27, 43, 120, 147 and 150 – have a bus stop right by the stadium. Also, metro line 10 has a stop directly at Santiago Bernabeu which is named Estación Santiago Bernabéu, so very hard to miss. 

How can I get Real Madrid away tickets?

The away tickets are sold exclusively to Real Madrid season ticket holders. Almost, never a non-member can get their hands on such a ticket but often enough club members can get such tickets.  

How can I get cheap Real Madrid tickets?

There are not many ways to get cheap Real Madrid tickets simply because the demand for all matches of Los Blancos is always very high. Still, for games against smaller teams, one can find reasonably cheap tickets behind the goals, or in the upper stands. 

Looking for tickets well in advance of the game in question is also helpful as tickets tend to be on average 15-20% cheaper a month before most fixtures. 

Can I do a stadium tour of Santiago Bernabeu?

Santiago Bernabeu tours are available on most days of the week. There are 3 different types of stadium tours: 

Classic: €25 (€28 at the ticket office) per adult

Classic Flexible Time: €30 (€33 at the ticket office) 

Premium: €37 (€40 at the ticket office) 

How to watch Real Madrid at home

The main option to watch Real Madrid for most remains from home or in the pub with friends. Matches are available via ViaPlay or La Liga TV in the UK. 

Iskra Zecheva

For over 16 years now, Iskra had been a freelance sports writer. Football and scouting, being among the main fields of her expertise. She has dined with kings, queens and some of the most famous sports figures of the past and the present. Iskra is also a member of the largest independent union of investigative journalists. She has minority ownership at several sports clubs and knows first-hand the pains of supporting a 'small-scale' football club.

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