You can buy Bayern Munich tickets online on the official website but the ticketing section is only in German, so it’s up to you whether you’d like to try such a feat in case you know German or with the assistance of an online translator. Tickets will be shipped abroad by DHL Europlus. Shipping fees are as following:
Across Europe: 10,00 EUR
Worldwide: 20,00 EUR
You can also get Bayern Munich tickets available for general sale (tickets that were not sold out to Bayern Munich club members; mostly tickets for matches of low and medium importance) from Allianz Arena’s ticket offices on weekdays from 13:00, on Saturday from 09:00 and on Sunday from 12:00 local time. Bayern Munich tickets on general sale are also available at the ServiceCenter that’s open from Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 18:00 local time. Ticket prices are available on the official site (again, only in German).
In case you bring a child with you then you must also purchase a valid ticket for him “for regulatory, safety and insurance related reasons”.
In case you’d like to address the club on any ticketing issues you can contact them using the following methods:
FC Bayern München AG, Ticketing, Säbener Str. 51-57, 81547 München
089 – 699 31 333
089 – 699 31 8333
Given the lack of official information on how to get Bayern Munich tickets, the above mentioned contact details can prove very useful.
Online – Ticket Exchanges
Buying Bayern Munich tickets online through ticket exchanges is easier, but a tad more expensive.
There are several websites that focus on selling Bayern Munich tickets online. These sites 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 place we like most. They are a Dutch company that buys and sells tickets to various events, including Bayern Munich tickets. Here’s a summary of the Bayern Munich 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 an objective 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 game and they also cover more obscure soccer matches and teams. Click here to check out their full stock of Bayern Munich tickets.
StubHub is an American ticket exchange where users can buy and sell tickets freely, by event, in their online marketplace. It is an excellent alternative for Bayern Munich matches played in the United States, especially the summer friendlies, and also for US based Bayern Munich fans. To check their Bayern Munich tickets, click here.
Viagogo is Europe’s largest ticket exchange and basically StubHub’s European equivalent. They are also Bayern Munich’s official online ticketing partner. You can check their Bayern Munich stock of tickets here.
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