According to the official site, the price of Barcelona tickets varies depending on the category of each match. Barcelona assigns each match with a category ranging from D to A+, depending on importance. The fixtures with their respective categories are listed each season on the official site. For example, FC Barcelona – Real Madrid tickets are A+ while FC Barcelona Numancia tickets are D.
As with most well-supported clubs, FC Barcelona members have priority over non-members when purchasing Barcelona tickets. Members can buy La Liga tickets from the start of the season with discounts of up to 25 EUR off the regular ticket price. The general public must settle for what is left over. Not only that, but Barcelona members get several distribution channels when purchasing European Barcelona tickets while non-member are reduced to only one distribution channel, the stadium’s ticket offices. You can find full information on how to become a member here.
Barcelona tickets for home league matches for non-members, if any of them have remained, are sold one month prior to kickoff time on the Internet and 15 days before through the other distribution channels. Each person can buy a maximum of 6 Barcelona tickets for La Liga games. Champions League and Cup matches ticket sales conditions vary depending on season and match and will be announced on the official site.
As for ticket availability, FC Barcelona has a special scheme dedicated to season ticket holders named Seient Lliure whereby season ticket holders can free up Barcelona tickets for matches that they cannot attend and make them available to the general public. Thus there can be several occurrences where Barcelona tickets are unavailable at times and available at other times prior to a certain match.
Barcelona tickets can be bought using the following distribution channels:
• through the Internet, using the official Barcelona website here
• by phone, calling 902 1899 00 (from Spain) or +34 93 496 36 00 (from outside Spain)
• through Servicaixa’s website and ATM’s (only from Spain)
• through FNAC and Carrefour Spanish stores
Barcelona tickets can also be bought using Barcelona’s official offline ticket offices:
FC Barcelona General Ticket Office (access 14)
Monday to Thursday from 09:00 to 13:30 and from 15:30 to 18:00 Spanish time
Friday from 09:00 to 14:30 Spanish time
Saturday from 09:00 to 13:30 during the weekends where matches are played on Camp Nou
FC Barcelona Boulevard Ticket Office (access 7/9):
Monday to Thursday from 10:00 to 18:00 Spanish time
Sunday from 10:00 to 14:15 Spanish time
FC Barcelona Gol Nord and Gol Sud Ticket Offices:
Only on matchdays from 11:00 until kickoff
If you purchase Barcelona tickets online you have the option of printing them yourself so you won’t have to pick them up from some offline location or have them delivered to you by post and incur the related charges. If not, you can still collect them from the club’s ticket offices, Servicaixa ATMs and the ticket terminals located on Camp Nou boulevard.
Online – Ticket Exchanges
Buying Barcelona tickets online through ticket exchanges is somewhat easier, but slightly more expensive.
There are several websites that focus on selling Barcelona tickets on the Internet. These websites have replaced offline scalpers, offering both a much more varied ticketing offer and a marketplace where ticket supply and demand meet in order to better price the underlying product, namely soccer tickets. They are also legitimate businesses with safe methods in place for online ordering.
WorldTicketShop is the site we like the most. They are a Dutch company that buys and sells tickets to various events, including Barcelona tickets. Here’s a summary of the Barcelona tickets they currently have for sale:
They ship internationally at reasonable rates. Refunds are offered if matches get cancelled for any particular reason. They also offer a 120% refund in case they fail to deliver your tickets on time and you miss the match.
SeatWave is a UK company with a goal similar to those already mentioned here: buying and selling soccer tickets. Their most important quality though is the fact that while WorldTicketShop is running out of stock quite fast and provide tickets usually only for the more important matches, SeatWave has plenty of stock, even a couple of days before the match and they also cover more obscure soccer matches and teams. Click here to check out their full stock of Barcelona tickets.
StubHub is an American ticket exchange operated by eBay where users can buy and sell tickets freely, by event, in their online marketplace. It is an excellent alternative for Barcelona matches played in the United States, especially the summer friendlies, and also for US based Barcelona fans. To check their Barcelona tickets, click here.
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