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Arsenal freezes prices on general admission and club level seats

Arsenal FC have announced that for the fifth successive season they will not raise ticket prices in general admission. Club level seats will continue at the same price next season as well.

For many years following the opening of the Emirates Stadium in 2006, Arsenal were criticised for excessive ticket prices. The club however makes a point of stating there have been no increases in the cost of general admission seating for 10 of the 14 seasons the club has played at the Emirates.

Managing director Vinai Venkatesham said: “We have fantastic support from our fans at Emirates Stadium, and are pleased to confirm that ticket prices will be held flat again for next season.”


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