Club level doors open 2.5 hours prior to kick off, all matches.
No dress code.
Club level is a neutral seating area.
Available to away fans (no opposition shirts).
All vouchers for tour, museum, and merchandise will be included with match ticket in delivery envelope.
Sales to Non-UK consumers only.
*Please note: Match day not confirmed as yet, this can change according to TV scheduling up until 6 weeks prior to travel*
Match Date Per person sharing
Arsenal vs WBA 25 September 2017 R 4 859
Arsenal vs Brighton & Hove Albion 1 October 2017 R 6 131
Arsenal vs Swansea City 28 October 2017 R 6 825
Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur 19 November 2017 R 13 535
Arsenal vs Huddersfield Town 29 November 2017 R 5 325
Arsenal vs Manchester United 02 December 2017 R 14 692
Arsenal vs Newcastle United 16 December 2017 R 7 751
Arsenal vs Liverpool 23 December 2017 R 11 221
Arsenal vs Chelsea 01 January 2018 R 10 643
Arsenal vs Crystal Palace 20 January 2018 R 7 172
Arsenal vs Everton 03 February 2018 R 7 751
Arsenal vs Manchester City 24 February 2018 R 11 221
Arsenal vs Watford 10 March 2018 R 7 751
Arsenal vs Stoke City 31 March 2018 R 7 751
Arsenal vs Southampton 07 April 2018 R 7 751
Arsenal vs West Ham United 21 April 2018 R 7 751
Arsenal vs Burnley 5 May 2018 R 7 751
|R4,859 p.p. Land only|
|R6,131 p.p. Dependent on Date and Fixture|
Package prices unless indicated on the offer are per person sharing, for the full duration of stay & include accommodation & return resort transfers. Package offers exclude meals & drinks not indicated, items of a personal nature, medical & travel insurance. Peak season surcharges & block out dates may apply. Prices are correct at the time of publishing, however are subject to change due to currency fluctuations, rate increases & availability. Supplier terms & conditions may apply. These offers may be withdrawn at any time without notice. Service fees apply. Errors & omissions excepted.
Full Payment is required to secure a booking.100% cancellation fees apply
ENGLISH FOOTBALL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
A confirmed booking is NON-REFUNDABLE whatever the personal circumstances of the traveller may be. Do NOT confirm if you are unsure of you or your client’s intention to travel. If a weekend match date changes from Saturday to Sunday or vice versa, refunds are NOT possible. However, if an alternative match is required we will do our best to accommodate and deal with each case individually. If a weekend match changes to a midweek date the following options are available to travel agency/end consumer:
1/ Amend travel plans to cover new fixture date. United Europe and its suppliers will endeavour to use same hotel and maintain package price, but this cannot be guaranteed.
2/ Keep original travel plans and choose alternative Premiership or Championship match ticket, subject to availability. Any additional costs or partial refunds will be made clear at the time.
3/ Full refund of package price (subject to an administration charge of GBP50.00 per package regardless of package cost).
If a match is postponed at short notice due to poor weather conditions, industrial action, or any other reason not within the control of the football club or TV companies, the match ticket will remain valid for the re-scheduled date. Depending on availability alternative match may be offered. Group bookings - Terms and conditions will be agreed at time of booking.
MATCH DATE CONFIRMATION
United Europe will update booking system when dates have been confirmed by TV. However, there may be occasions when fixtures may be amended further. Normal (these) cancellations policy will apply.
TICKET DELIVERY (where applicable)
Delivery will be made to LEAD NAME on booking, by 6pm on Friday or midday on match day for midweek fixtures. All prices are based on per person sharing. Rates are correct and all packages are available at time of publication. Prices exclude flights, meals/touring and excursions not specified, visas, travel insurance and items of a personal nature. Rates are subject to change, exchange rates fluctuations and availability. Advance purchase, weekend/peak season surcharge, block out periods and minimum stay conditions may apply.
All enquiries & business conducted with ('the Company’) are done subject to Standard Terms & Conditions of Sale ('STC') of the Company as well as that of any third party suppliers ('the Suppliers'), a copy of which is available on request or can be found on the Company's website or that of the Suppliers used for each booking. Every enquirer & person engaging in a transaction with the Company & the Supplier is deemed to have read, understood & agreed to be bound by the STC. If any enquirer or person engaging in a transaction or contemplating to do so has any misapprehension about such transaction or implication thereof, such enquirer or person must contact the Company in person, telephonically or via e-mail indicating the misapprehension and requesting an explanation in terms of the 'Consumer Protection Act’
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